Please see below for our current vacancies and our Recruitment Statement:
1. Youth and Community Dance Manager
We are seeking a passionate and committed individual to lead our youth and community team. This person will coordinate a dance development programme that makes connections with people and communities across Yorkshire who are least likely to engage with dance.This exciting role is based in the city centre of Leeds with options to occasionally work remotely.
Salary: £23k – £25k per annum
Hours of work: 37.5hrs per week
Annual Leave: 25 days plus statutory holidays
Deadline to apply: Monday 16th August, 5.00pm
Interviews: Thursday 19th and Friday. 20th August
Interview panel TBC.
2. Front of House Team Members
Do you enjoy meeting people, solving problems on the move and making sure everything runs smoothly? Would you like to boost your CV with hands-on experience of event and facilities support?
If yes, then we would love you to become part of Yorkshire Dance’s team of professional front of house staff that make our busy, cultural venue a fun place to meet and work. Based at our venue in Leeds city centre, you will have some experience in providing excellent customer service and you need to be able to commit to regular evening and/or weekend working hours. Full training in our reception, box office and facilities procedures will be given.
Location: Leeds city centre
Rate of pay: £9.50 per hour (the real living wage)
Hours: Evenings and weekends. Flexible dependant on the requirements of the period
Contract: Casual (zero hours)
To apply, please send your CV and a short covering letter which outlines how you meet the person specification to Lauren Clarke, Facilities Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also include a completed Equality and Diversity Form along with your application. Please note that this form is separate from your application and is not part of the shortlisting process.
Deadline to apply: Friday 13th August at 10.00am.
Interview date and panel. TBC
Our jobs are open to all.
We recognise the positive values of diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.
Our jobs are open to all and we particularly welcome applications from people with a disability, people of African or Caribbean heritage and people of South, East and South East Asian heritage and people who experience racism, as they are currently under-represented at Yorkshire Dance.
We will commit to interviewing people who are ethnically diverse or have a disability who can demonstrate they meet the essential criteria of for the role.
We operate a transparent scoring system, applying a score against each response the candidate gives to the essential skills and experience required by this role. If you would like more information about the scoring system please contact us on:email@example.com.
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Please tick this box if relevant to you. We will never ask for clarifying or supporting information at application stage. Information collected within the equal opportunities form is kept separately and anonymously and does not form part of the selection process.
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