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English National Ballet in rehearsals for Manon © Laurent Liotardo.

Who you are
A passionate, committed and caring individual with a wide knowledge and experience of the artform. You will need to have previous experience of coaching both classical and contemporary repertoire, assisting choreographers in creations, setting existing works, teaching classes, and mentoring and supporting dancers through their careers. 

Purpose of the role
To mentor and support dancers’ wellbeing – both physical and pastoral. To support the maintenance of dancers’ technique by providing general training (class) to an outstanding level. To assist choreographers in the creation of new works, and to rehearse and maintain standards of existing repertoire. To mentor an allocated group of dancers in the Company, and to monitor individual dancers’ professional standards in rehearsal and performance, providing feedback and guidance as appropriate. To work with other members of the Artistic Team on casting of all performances.

Desirable

  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft office

Place of work
English National Ballet, Markova House, Jay Mews, London
In 2019, ENB will move to a new purpose-built home at London City Island in Canning Town. 

Hours of work
Normal company hours during rehearsal weeks are Monday to Friday 10.15am – 6.30pm and Saturdays 10.15am to 2.30pm with suitable breaks.
During performance weeks, hours are variable and evening working, and weekend working will be required from time to time. Extensive travel within the UK and further afield will be necessary.

Salary: Starting at £35,000 per annum

Deadline for applications: Monday 31 December 2018

Interviews: Interviews will take place in early January

How to apply : Download the full job description, then please send your CV and covering letter providing evidence of your ability and experience, and the names of two referees to hr_recruitment@ballet.org.uk