Royal Shakespeare Company

Education Programme Developer (International)

Location: The role is based in Stratford-upon-Avon with overseas travelling to various venues.

Shakespeare’s work belongs to everyone. It is both part of our cultural inheritance and a curriculum requirement. The RSC plays a leading role in ensuring that this very special inheritance is shared with current and future generations in ways that make it more likely that lifelong relationships with Shakespeare’s work and live theatre are nurtured and developed.

This wonderful opportunity requires significant experience of working with schools, designing and managing new programmes of work

As Education Programme Developer (International), you will be reporting directly to the Director of Education where your responsibilities will be creating, designing and managing all international RSC Education school partnerships in the US and China as well as developing new relationships with educational institutions in those territories.

This wonderful opportunity requires someone with significant experience of working with schools, specifically around designing and managing new programmes of work.  Working closely with our Development department you will provide reports to partner schools designing the programme of activity against agreed outcomes. The ideal candidate must be willing to travel overseas, primarily in the US and China. Part of this role centres around quality assurance of delivery and evaluation of the aims and objectives, you must therefore be outcome focused, adept at monitoring budgets and income targets, with the ability to confidently evaluate the projects that you are responsible for.

We are looking for someone with experience in creating arts-based learning programmes in schools and a knowledge and understanding of teacher professional development, including the important role it plays in embedding arts practices in schools. To carry out this role, you must be highly organised, solutions driven and able to easily build rapport and good working relationships with the team and wider stakeholders, demonstrating ambassadorial qualities for the department’s work.

We are looking for someone with either a strong interest in or appreciation of Shakespeare’s plays.

This is a permanent position and the hours of work are 40 hours per week (9am – 6pm) Monday to Friday. The role is based in Stratford-upon-Avon with overseas travelling to various venues.

To Apply:

To apply, please visit: www.rsc.org.uk/jobs-and-careers/current-vacancies

Closing date: Sunday 24th June 2018.

We are committed to building a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all individuals.

The Royal Shakespeare Company (no. 212481) is a publicly funded registered charity.