At ArtsEd, our highly skilled staff share their expertise and their passion for performance with Day School pupils, Sixth Formers, undergraduates, postgraduates and performing arts enthusiasts, young and old. We do this with energy, commitment and joy in a uniquely warm and friendly atmosphere.

Current Vacancies

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Senior Editor
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Thank you for your interest in joining the ArtsEd team!  You can find details of our current vacancies by clicking on the relevant link above. Applications should be made using our online application form below. You can find out more about working at ArtsEd and details about our application process below. We hope to meet you soon!

Why join us?

ArtsEd is an energetic, creative space in which highly talented young people are supported to achieve to the best of their abilities in both vocational and academic studies. Our mission is to create outstanding and innovative young performers equipped for the constantly evolving demands of today’s performing arts industry.

We employ around 170 people in a variety of teaching and support roles, as well as many more on a freelance basis.  The commitment and motivation of all of our staff is tangible, creating a workplace where people feel comfortable to be creative, open and able to give their best.

In 2023 we were awarded TEF Gold, the highest rating from the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework and, for the third year running, we were ranked in the top-five drama schools for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey.  ArtsEd Day School & Sixth Form enjoys a consistent position as the most academically successful performing arts school in the UK.  All pupils are inspired by a strong sense of family and shared purpose to achieve their full potential right across the curriculum.  And outside of school hours, we offer a wide range of evening, weekend and holiday courses for all ages and abilities.

We constantly strive to ensure that inclusivity and diversity sit at the heart of everything we do. We are a founding partner of the Diversity School Initiative, which addresses under-representation and the lack of diversity in performing arts education, and we recently won an Industry Minds award for our approach to mental health awareness, support and action.

We are more than just a school, more than just a college, more than just a place to work.  We revel in allowing creativity to shine, we work hard and we laugh a lot!


What do we offer?

We are a small, close-knit team, committed to supporting our students and colleagues to achieve their best. We offer competitive salaries, and our size means that we are able to provide tailored opportunities for staff to develop their skills and experience through internal and external programmes.

The health & well-being of our staff is a key focus and we have teamed up with Simply Health to offer a family-wide health plan that includes:

  • a full Employee Assistance Programme, including face-to-face counselling and unlimited telephone support
  • A cash health care plan (contributions towards a range of therapies, including physiotherapy, and chiropractic appointments, dental and optical checks plus loads more)
  • 24/7 GP appointments via telephone/webcam
  • Lifestyle Discounts including gym memberships

In addition, staff are eligible for the following:

  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • A 5% matched pension (after the relevant qualifying period)
  • Death in Service benefit
  • 2 free tickets for you and one guest for each production
  • Complete school closure for one week during the summer and two weeks over Christmas, in addition to bank holidays
  • Subsided breakfast and hot meals at lunch
  • 66% off school fees for children of employee’s who wish to study at ArtsEd
  • Free Annual flu vaccinations
  • Access to school library with a wide range of books/DVD’S/ Plays and sheet music etc.

Is the prospect of being part of a motivated team full of creativity and ambition appealing? Then come and join us!

Application Advice

Please use the online application form at the top of the page to apply for any of the advertised positions. Use the job description to guide your responses, making sure to include any relevant skills and experience.

Please Note: We will not be accepting CVs submitted on their own. To be considered for a role you must complete the online application form.

Applications should be submitted no later than 9am on the closing date.

If you have any questions prior to applying, please do not hesitate to contact our HR department at

Thank you for your interest in working at ArtsEd!

Before applying for a post, please familiarise yourself with the following documents:

ArtsEd is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. The successful candidates will be checked at the Enhanced DBS level and should be able to provide the names and addresses of two professional referees.