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Managing Director

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36,000
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27 February 2023

Over the past forty years The Showroom has grown into an internationally renowned arts organisation, recognised for its innovative and experimental programme, and for a focused engagement with its local community.

We are currently looking to appoint a Managing Director. This is an exceptional opportunity for a dynamic individual with experience in leading fundraising strategies and expertise on operational and business management preferably in an arts organisation, to support the Director at the pivotal time of The Showroom 40th anniversary celebrations.

As an equal opportunities employer we welcome enquiries from everyone and encourage diversity in our workforce.

For further details on this role and how to apply please download the application pack at the bottom of this page.

Deadline for applications:
Midnight on Monday 27 February 2023.

Interviews will take place in the week commencing 13 March 2023.

Kids Chess Teacher / Coach

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Enjoy playing chess?

We are a team of passionate individuals that run extracurricular chess clubs for children aged 5 - 13. We are looking for some additional people that love chess to join our team.  

The clubs take place at schools premises across London - Each person gets to teach the sessions closest to where they live. 

Key Info

  • Sessions run on a weekly basis during school term time.

  • Sessions take place either at lunchtime (starting at between 12 and12:30pm) or after school (starting between 3 and 3:30pm). Private lessons either take place after school or on weekends.

  • We have shared teaching resources and you can also structure your own lessons if you wish. 

  • We offer training where you get to come and shadow other teachers.

Requirements

  • You must be able to commit to teaching at least 1 weekly hourly session (during term time).

  • You need to be reliable to ensure you turn up on time. 

  • No teaching qualification is required and we can apply for a DBS if you don't have one.

Sessions pay £35-£40 ph session. 

Virtual Reality Teacher For Children’s After School Club

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Interested in technology?

Potentially interested in teaching children how to create their own Virtual & Augmented Reality worlds based on anything from their imagination? (No prior experience is required - Training is provided)

We are a team of designers, artists, actors and coders that are on a mission to inspire children with innovative ways of using technology to explore creativity.

We run lunchtime and after school clubs for children aged 5 - 12.

We are looking for some additional people that would like to get involved in running our lunch time and after school Virtual & Augmented Reality clubs.

Virtual & Augmented Reality Club
Students get to jump into the developer seat, designing, developing and building their very own digital environments. From 3D Tree House's and Interactive Mazes, to creating 3D works of art or even an entire solar system, the clubs provide students with opportunities to explore their creativity in a totally new way. 

Key Info

  • Full training is provided

  • All teaching materials and lesson plans are provided

  • We have a community of teachers to share teaching tips and ideas with

  • Sessions are generally 1 hour and run on a weekly basis during term time from either 12:30 - 1:30 or 3:30 - 4:30pm. At some schools we run 2 sessions in succession

  • There are additional paid opportunities to design your own lessons and challenges

  • Sessions happen at different schools across London - To minimise travel, each club leader teaches at schools closest to them

  • Sessions pay between £35 - £45 ph session (£35 in first term, £40 in second and then £45 after 3 terms. Travel costs are also covered. 

  • Job Requirements

  • Must be confident working with children

  • Must be able to commit to teaching at least 1 weekly hour-long session

  • No teaching qualification is required and we can apply for a DBS if you don't have one.

Actors Wanted For After School Kids Club

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Are you an actor or have studied drama and would be interested in getting paid a few hours a week to inspire children? 

(Sessions pay between £35 - £45 per hour and full training is provided.)

 

We run after school and lunchtime clubs that provide children with opportunities to explore their creativity.

Two of our club leaders have previously studied drama and been able to bring an element of theatre to our teaching which the children have loved. We find including an element of drama into the lessons, adds to students engagement, enjoyment and greatly increases the amount they learn. Hence we are posting this job ad, looking for more people who have a background or interest in acting!

We have three different types of clubs. Building Blocks (Lego), Programmable Robotics (Coding & Robotics) and Virtual and Augmented Reality Design.
 

We are currently looking for two additional people to join our team. 

Key Info

  • Full training is provided

  • All teaching materials and lesson plans are provided

  • We have a community of teachers to share teaching tips and ideas with

  • Sessions are generally 1 hour and run on a weekly basis during term time from either 12:30 - 1:30 or 3:30 - 4:30pm. At some schools we run 2 sessions in succession

  • There are additional paid opportunities to design your own lessons and challenges

  • Sessions happen at different schools across London - To minimise travel, each club leader teaches at schools closest to them

  • Sessions pay £35 in first term, £40 in second and then £45 after 3 terms. Travel costs are also covered. 

 

Job Requirements

  • Must be confident working with children

  • Must be able to commit to teaching at least 1 weekly hour-long session

  • No teaching qualification is required and we can apply for a DBS if you don't have one.

Robotics After School Club Leader

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Interested in Robotics? 

Potentially interested in learning to teach Coding & Robotics to children?

We are a team of designers, artists, actors and coders that are on a mission to inspire children with innovative ways of using technology to explore creativity.

We run lunchtime and after school clubs for students aged 5 - 12.

Examples of some of the bots we currently work with, are Ozobots (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zm_H8HXWFZ4) and Sphero's (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxFNCRYbMe4)

We are also starting to work with Micro:Bit, Virtual Reality, Scratch, Arduino and a number of block coding platforms.
 

 

Key Info

  • Full training is provided

  • All teaching materials and lesson plans are provided

  • We have a community of teachers to share teaching tips and ideas with

  • Sessions are generally 1 hour and run on a weekly basis during term time from either 12:30 - 1:30 or 3:30 - 4:30pm. At some schools we run 2 sessions in succession

  • There are additional paid opportunities to design your own lessons and challenges

  • Sessions happen at different schools across London - To minimise travel, each club leader teaches at schools closest to them

  • Sessions pay between £35 - £45 ph session (£35 in first term, £40 in second and then £45 after 3 terms. Travel costs are also covered. 

 

Job Requirements

  • Must be confident working with children

  • Must be able to commit to teaching at least 1 weekly hour-long session

  • No teaching qualification is required and we can apply for a DBS if you don't have one.

Lego Club After School Teacher

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Love Lego? 

Building Imagination is a team of passionate individuals that run after-school clubs and holiday workshops which focus on teaching students about design & technology. We use Lego as a teaching tool and introduce other technologies as students progress.

Examples of a few sessions are:

Bridge Building // Wind Powered Machines // Zip Line Challenges // Treehouses & Marble Runs.

We are now looking for an additional team member to join our team. 

Key Info

  • Full training is provided

  • All teaching materials and lesson plans are provided

  • We have a community of teachers to share teaching tips and ideas with

  • Sessions are generally 1 hour and run on a weekly basis during term time from either 12:30 - 1:30 or 3:30 - 4:30pm. At some schools we run 2 sessions in succession

  • There are additional paid opportunities to design your own lessons and challenges

  • Sessions happen at different schools across London - To minimise travel, each club leader teaches at schools closest to them

  • Sessions pay between £35 - £45 ph session (£35 in first term, £40 in second and then £45 after 3 terms. Travel costs are also covered. 

 

Job Requirements

  • Must be confident working with children

  • Must be able to commit to teaching at least 1 weekly hour-long session

  • No teaching qualification is required and we can apply for a DBS if you don't have one.

 

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