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Dance Practitioner/ Assistant

NewsPosted by Anna 17 Oct, 2013 22:52:34

Dance Practitioner and/ or Dance Assistance needed ASAP.

uC Grace is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic dance practitioner and/ or assistant for one of their after school dance clubs in Guildford, Surrey (Onslow Infant School) for reception - year 2 children.

We are keen on training, so if you are not sure whether you are suitable but are keen to learn and grow in new skills, still apply as you may be just the person.

Creativity is central to the work uC Grace does, it seeks to encourage, grow and release children, young people and adults. Our classes encompass a variety of different styles but are predominantly contemporary or ballet based, with an emphasis on fun, energy and creativity. We run our work with a Christian foundation, so an understanding of the faith is useful. For more information on our work please visit www.ucgrace.co.uk.

Essential -
Highly motivated
Team player
Experience of interacting with children
Manage delivery and interaction within the session
New style DBS check (if you don't have one this can be obtained at a cost through uC Grace)
Profficiant dance skills including choreography

Desirable -
Experience teaching dance to children
Strong behavioural management skills
Public liability insurance

Details of post -
Day - THURSDAYS
Time - 2.45pm - 4pm (club runs 3pm - 4pm)
10 - 12 weeks per term
Start date ASAP
Pay between £12 - £18 dependant on experience

To apply please send a CV (no more than 2 sides) along with covering letter to info@ucgrace.co.uk.

Closing Date - Thursday 31st October
Interview TBC but likely Thursday 7th November. There will be an informal interview followed by an interaction and observation with children.

For more information contact Anna Gilderson on 07920 495512.



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