Learning & Participation Co-ordinator (Full-time Permanent role) - NSCD

Learning & Participation Co-ordinator

Hours of work: Minimum of 37 hours per week, including evenings and weekends

Remuneration: £20,273 to £22,823

Contract: Full time permanent

Closing date: Friday 20th November 2020 (noon)

Interviews will take place: week commencing 30th November 2020

Based in Chapeltown, Leeds, Northern School of Contemporary Dance (NSCD) is a leading centre for contemporary dance in the UK and one of six world-leading schools forming the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama (CDD). NSCD is currently the only institution to offer conservatoire-level professional dance training in the North of England.

The School’s programmes at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels nurture versatile and independent dance artists with highly tuned technical, creative and performance skills, ready for entry into the profession.

NSCD is committed to widening access and recruits the most talented students, regardless of personal circumstance; the School’s mission is to provide inspirational learning, enabling aspiring dance artists of all backgrounds to shape the future of dance.

The School is seeking to appoint a:

Learning and Participation Co-ordinator (L&P Co-ordinator)

The L&P Co-ordinator will work in close partnership with all areas of NSCD to meet shared strategic objectives. They will work closely with the Head of L&P to administrate, co-ordinate, promote and evaluate NSCD’s community-facing provision.

This is an integral role within the team and is the customer-facing role within the department. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, and dynamic arts co-ordinator with excellent communication and organisational skills.


Applicants can download a job pack and application form here:


Learning & Participation Co-ordinator - Job pack October 2020

Application guidance notes

Information to prospective applicants


Please choose the best format for you:

NSCD Staff Recruitment Application Form - Interactive

NSCD Staff Recruitment Application Form - Word Doc


EO Monitoring Form - Complete online


For any further information, please contact Tracy Witney on 0113 2193006 or email tracy.witney@nscd.ac.uk.

To apply for this role, please send a completed application form to Geraldine McDowall, HR Manager at Geraldine.mcdowall@nscd.ac.uk and complete the equal opportunities form online.

Applicants are welcome to submit a CV alongside their completed application form and online monitoring form, but unaccompanied CVs will not be considered.


The School is committed to providing non-discriminatory and harassment-free working environment for our employees. All School employees are expected to have due regard for those policies when carrying out their duties.


NSCD is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff (permanent or freelance and volunteers) to demonstrate this commitment in every aspect of their work.  NSCD follows Safeguarding provision and all staff require a full DBS check.


All employees will maintain a positive attitude to Health and Safety in carrying out personal responsibilities and co-operate with Health and Safety policy/local rules/codes of practice relating to Health and Safety.

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