At the Royal Academy of Music, you will be working among talented and enthusiastic people in a fast-moving yet friendly environment.
We offer attractive career prospects as well as competitive benefits to those who join us.
The Academy undertakes comprehensive pre-employment checks for all employees, including:
- documents confirming the right to work in the UK
- qualification certificates
- employment and academic references
- For certain posts we also undertake DBS and financial checks. Details of the checks to be undertaken for each post will be provided during the interview process.
Please note, it is a condition of employment that all one-to-one teaching is conducted at the Academy.
The Academy is committed to equality and diversity in employment and all our activities. We ensure that the successful candidate is selected on the basis of their relevant merits and that people are given equal opportunities in the Academy. See also Equality.
All staff are required to adhere to our Safeguarding Policy, which has been devised in partnership with the NSPCC and outlines our commitment to protecting young persons throughout the Academy. Additionally, staff must also demonstrate the highest levels of professional personal conduct, as outlined in our Ethics & Conduct Policy and Whistleblowing Policy. We support the ISM/MU Code of Practice: a set of principles to tackle and prevent bullying, harassment and discrimination for all those working in the music sector. The Academy is a member of Conservatoires UK; its principles of best practice in conservatoire teaching can be found here. Should you require any vacancy details in an alternative format for reasons of disability access, please contact us either by emailing email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning 020 7873 7478.
We encourage applications from disabled candidates. You will be invited to interview if you have declared a disability on your equality monitoring form and you can demonstrate you meet the essential criteria for the job.