Shakespeare’s Globe is currently seeking Globe Education Practitioners.
Globe Education Practitioners (GEPs) deliver Shakespeare’s Globe’s extensive Education programme. Working with thousands of school age students, teachers, informal learning and community groups every year, they champion Shakespeare for all. They are highly skilled and creative facilitators, empowering students to overcome obstacles to accessing Shakespeare. This role is a freelance position.
Our GEPs are highly skilled actors, directors, storytellers, drama teachers and theatre makers, all with diverse portfolios of work experience, and bring with them a wealth of skillsets. An ideal candidate for joining this pool will have 3+ years experience in their relevant field.
What links them all is a strong passion for working with school age children and diverse groups of learners and having relevant practical experience creating and delivering theatre-based workshops in an education setting. Enthusiasm, a genuine willingness to learn and being open to feedback enable our GEPs to really get the most out of the comprehensive in-house learning and development offered by Shakespeare’s Globe Education programme.
As a freelance position, the salary for work delivered will vary depending on size and nature of the project. For example, a Lively Action session (90 minutes delivery, on-site) is paid at £80.
To apply, please completed the online Diversity and Equality Monitoring Form from shakespearesglobe.com/jobs and submit a CV and covering statement outlining your relevant experience to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9am on Monday 10th October. We will not be accepting Spotlight links.
We are committed to improving diversity and inclusion across our organisation. Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of colour are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet every single specification. If you’re excited about the role but your experience or qualifications don’t perfectly align, we encourage you to apply anyway. We particularly encourage applications from underrepresented groups such as the global majority, LGBTQA+, those with a disability and neurodiverse conditions.