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Administrator - Centre for Advanced Training, Swindon Dance

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Swindon Dance is seeking an experienced administrator to join their dedicated team. The position requires an enthusiastic, motivated, responsible self-starter to support the smooth running of the Swindon Dance Centre for Advanced Training. The job is varied and would suit a person who is well organised and can prioritise their workload.

The position is part-time starting 10thSeptember 2018 on a permanent PAYE contract, with a salary of between £20,000 and £24,999 pro rata, per annum dependant on experience. Working hours will be 15 per week, which will include occasional weekends and evenings.

Candidates will have excellent communication and IT skills including experience of Microsoft Office and social media platforms and an interest in working within the arts industry.

The Swindon Dance Centre for Advanced Training is one of nine across the country and offers specialist pre-vocational training for exceptionally talented young dancers aged 11-18.  This position is funded through the Department for Education (DfE), Music & Dance Scheme and is dependent on continued funding from the DfE.

CLOSING DATE: 15th August 2018 (5pm)

INTERVIEW DATE:  23rd August 2018 at Swindon Dance

For an application pack please contact the Programme Manager (CAT) or go online:

Programme Manager, CAT, Swindon Dance, Town Hall Studios, Regent Circus, Swindon, SN1 1QF

Tel: 01793 601 700 opt: 3

E-mail: sarah.ferris@swindondance.org.uk

Online: www.swindondance.org.uk

Swindon Dance is committed to equal opportunities and diversity and to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

Swindon Dance is a registered charity limited by guarantee
Registered in England & Wales no. 5467343
Registered Charity No. 1111476

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