Post:                          LECTURER – PERFORMING ARTS

Salary:                       £23,596 – £36,685 FTE

Hours:                       9 hours per week plus desk duty (Tues, Wed, Thurs)

Ref No:                      J3/19

Contract:                   Fixed term until 12 July 2019

Closing Date:            12 Noon on 18 January 2019     

Interviews:                22 January 2019

Download:                 CQ17 Lecturer JD WVR     


Warrington & Vale Royal College is seeking to appoint a part time Lecturer in Performing Arts with a specialism in vocal/singing techniques and acting, on a fixed term contract until 12 July 2019.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and professional individual who can teach vocal techniques and drama/acting across a range of L2 to L5 Performing Arts courses. You will guide students to achieve excellent results through a variety of teaching and learning strategies and have the ability to course lead. You will have experience of teaching at both FE and HE level and use your own practice as a Performing Arts practitioner to enable student progress and prepare students for entering into the Performing Arts industry.

This post offers an opportunity for passionate teachers, with the skills and enthusiasm to motivate students and to work as part of a very successful department within the College.

You will be educated to Degree level in Performing Arts or a related subject and have experience in industry practice. Candidates should also have a recognised teaching qualification. Applicants should possess excellent teamwork and organisational skills.

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Please note that it is college policy that referees of short-listed candidates will automatically be approached prior to interview. One reference should be from your current or most recent employer.

The College operates on 3 campuses – Warrington, Hartford and Winsford.

Please download our job application form here and email to


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