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LIPA, Head of Management

Head of Management

Music, Entertainment, Theatre and Events (MMETE)

£46,336 – £52,132 p.a.

You’ll be working in one of the UK’s leading performing arts institutions.  We enjoy a global reputation for the quality of our teaching, our world class facilities and an enviable track record of graduate employment.

We are looking for someone with substantial experience of management in the arts and/or public events who wants to facilitate the learning of others at undergraduate and, potentially, postgraduate level.  A commitment to preparing students for sustained employment is essential.

You will have strong industry/professional links and a successful track record of collaborative leadership and management of others.  You’ll be able to evidence a commitment to education and the preparation of students for the world of work.

The MMETE programme was recently re-validated in line with all our other HE programmes focusing on current developments in the industry and subject pedagogy.  This is a rare opportunity to take the lead on the further development and enhancement of this provision and to work closely with our other disciplines.

You will be responsible for providing not only the detailed vision and leadership for our Management provision, but also for curriculum development, enhancement of teaching, learning and assessment, quality assurance and operational management.  You will be supported by a MMETE team currently comprising six members of staff (4.2 FTE) as well as a number of Visiting Professionals.

You can download or request a hard copy of the application form and further details for this post from our website>Working Here>Staff Vacancies.   CV’s will not be accepted.

Closing date for this post:  4.00 pm on Friday 16th February 2018.

LIPA – a registered charity No. 1001565 is committed to diversity and has policies and development programmes in place to promote equality of opportunity.  We accordingly welcome applications from both disabled and ethnic minority candidates.