Salary, Grade 6: £40,705 - £45,182 per annum, including London Weighting
Permanent, Full-time (1.0FTE)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dedicated and enthusiastic individual who is passionate about working collaboratively with staff and students to achieve a culture that is fully inclusive for all.
The role will support the development and advancement of Central’s equality, diversity and inclusive practices and projects. The role holder will also offer advice, guidance and training to staff and students across the School. In the first instance, the primary focus will be to drive forward the Anti-Racism Action Plan.
Experience of initiating and/or leading equality and inclusion work/projects is essential. Experience of advising and supporting organisations that have actively changed their culture and/or are undergoing a culture change programme is desirable. You will have a relevant degree qualification and/or equivalent professional experience. An understanding of the Equality Act 2010 and how it must be applied within an organisation is also essential. It will be important for you to be able to work in partnership with a variety of people, listening carefully to people’s views and opinions before advising on the best course of action. The successful candidate will have the ability to handle sensitive situations with tact and diplomacy, while maintaining confidentiality at all times.
Central values, embraces and is dedicated to equity, diversity and inclusion. Our mission is contingent on a diverse and inclusive student and staff body, bringing richness, knowledge, innovation, new understandings and skills. We especially welcome people to apply from backgrounds historically underrepresented in the drama Conservatoire and Higher Education sector, and who are committed to building and sustaining a diverse, inclusive and equitable environment and industry.