Director of Performing Arts
- Build on PLC’s outstanding reputation in performing arts
- Lead an exciting, ambitious and varied performing arts programme
- Be part of a vibrant and progressive environment
The Presbyterian Ladies’ College (PLC) in Perth is seeking to appoint a highly accomplished and progressive performing arts practitioner to become its Director of Performing Arts. This is a newly created position in a school that offers an outstanding performing arts programme, one that is exciting, ambitious and varied.
Reporting to the Deputy Principal, the Director of Performing Arts will be responsible for providing the overall leadership of Music, Drama and Dance curricular and co-curricular programs, ensuring that they are highly engaging and innovative. The Director of Performing Arts will also provide oversight of instrumental timetabling, allocation of teaching loads for staff, coordination of resources for key College events, preparation and management of budgets, management of the College performance calendar and arrangements for visiting artists.
Equipped with professional experience at a high level as a musician, the Director of Performing Arts will have experience with the Kodály and Suzuki methodologies. The Director will also have proven leadership and management skills as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Modelling exemplary pedagogical and performance practices, the successful candidate will be a lifelong learner who possesses high energy and is passionate about developing inspirational, exciting, imaginative and creative experiences across music, dance and drama.
Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Perth
Presbyterian Ladies’ College (PLC) in Perth, WA is a Uniting Church day and boarding school for students ranging from Pre-Kindergarten through to Year 12. PLC is committed to an excellent well-rounded educational experience that gives every girl confidence and empowers her to lead a principled life and make an active contribution to the Community.
PLC provides all students the opportunity to access an ambitious and varied performing arts programme, delivered within the academic curriculum as well as within the House system and co-curricular programmes.
For more information visit: https://www.plc.wa.edu.au/.
To apply – please use the reference PLCdpa1117, addressing your cover letter including your response to the key selection criteria and resume to Deborah Komesaroff, of Fisher Leadership, or call 1300 FISHER (347 437) for further information.