Artis are looking for performing arts specialists to
join our team in London and the Home Counties, the Midlands, West
Yorkshire and Greater Manchester from September 2015
Find out more about what Artis does, what you gain from joining
our talented team of Specialists and how to apply below.
What do we do?
Artis helps children achieve at school by integrating the
performing arts throughout their learning. Artis creates a very
different experience from a typical classroom by linking music,
drama, dance and filmmaking to curriculum learning as facilitated
by performing arts specialists (Artis Specialists). Working as an
Artis Specialist gives practitioners a platform to use their
creativity within an educational context, offering training and
support along the way. We attract the best practitioners because we
respect and nourish artistic talent.
What are we looking for?
Artis Specialists to join our thriving team: highly skilled,
imaginative and versatile performing arts specialists who can
commit to delivering our creative curriculum on an ongoing basis
(weekly - term time) across the course of the forthcoming academic
year in primary schools. Artis Specialists deliver anything from
half a day to 4 days a week, returning to the same school(s) each
week throughout the academic year.
The ideal candidate will have experience and a passion for
working with children in an educational setting and be open to
delivering holistically. We're looking for practitioners with a
flair for communication, who are open to new challenges and are
inspired to nurture creativity in children.
It is essential that candidates are available to commit to
ongoing, regular work in order to be considered for this role. Work
is based in and around London and the Home Counties, the Midlands,
Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire - a willingness to travel
within your region is essential.
What do you gain?
Access to our award winning training and development programme,
delivered by experts in their field and experienced Artis
Specialists alike. Our training covers all aspects of the
performing arts - music, drama and dance as well as filmmaking and
language development for EAL learners.
Access to an accredited Postgraduate Diploma in performing arts
leadership at a subsidised cost. This two year part-time course is
optional for Artis Specialists and provides them with an
opportunity to develop and hone their leadership and performing
arts teaching skills alongside their work with us.
Support through our excellent mentoring system to advise on
every aspect of planning and delivery. Our Mentors meet with Artis
Specialists regularly and support them throughout the academic
Competitive daily rates: starting at £100 in the first year of
How to apply
Complete the relevant online application form below, depending
on the area that you would like to be considered for work in. Note
that all our Specialists live within reasonable travelling distance
of one the areas stated below.
London and the Home Counties
West Yorkshire and Greater Manchester
Click here further information about the Artis
Specialist role and requirements
Deadline for applications: Tuesday 5 May at
9am. Applications received after this time will not be
For information on shortlisting dates please refer to the first
page of your application form. If you are unable to attend the
specified Round 1, 2 and training dates please contact the Artis
office before completing your application form.
For any enquiries contact Tess Shrubsall (Schools Administrator)
Tel: 0207 324
9880; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org