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People Dancing provides the fullest list of jobs in the community dance sector. Here you can browse the current list of vacancies.

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Creative People and Places
Deadline: 03 December 2020
We are seeking a researcher / writer to explore the correlation between the diversity of the Creative People and Places (CPP) teams; composition of programmes and artists; and the impact on local communities in terms of engagement, and cohesion. In essence, we want to understand and explore how diverse are we really?
The Work Room & Tramway
Deadline: 07 December 2020
The Work Room & Tramway are seeking a dance artist at an early stage of their career, to join them.
Dancefest
Deadline: 10 December 2020
Dancefest has a business plan for 2020-2030 (available on request). We are looking for a critical friend and visionary to: work with us to test the plan (including in light of the pandemic); create a fundraising strategy to sit alongside it; develop and write long term funding bid(s) to support our organisational development, which in turn enables us to successfully deliver our plan.
Dancefest
Deadline: 10 December 2020
Dancefest has been pleased to receive investment from the Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund, the result being we are in a strong position to have ambitious plans for the future. Whilst our Executive Producer is on maternity leave, we are looking for a skilled and motivated person, or organisation, to work with us on income generation.
South East Dance
Deadline: 11 December 2020
We are seeking someone with experience in planning and preparing for the opening of a new building who can work with us on an ad-hoc freelance basis from January 2021 for approximately five months to prepare for the safe and compliant opening of The Dance Space.
WigLe Dance
Deadline: 11 December 2020
20 hours per week working in schools, community settings and from the WigLe Dance studios in Leigh.
Greenwich Dance
Deadline: 11 December 2020
We are seeking an experienced accountant/financial manager to support the delivery of a large, innovative creation project funded by the Culture Recovery Fund in addition to supporting the organisation to review and develop its financial operations and business model to better equip the organisation for growth.
Greenwich Dance
Deadline: 11 December 2020
We are seeking an experienced PR consultant or specialist arts PR agency to plan and carry out a national and local press and media campaign to launch an innovative new digital dance project and raise the profile generally of Greenwich Dance.
Dance Umbrella
Deadline: 04 January 2021
Dance Umbrella, London’s international dance festival, is seeking its next Artistic Director and Chief Executive.
Dance Consortium
Deadline: 08 January 2021
Dance Consortium is looking to appoint a freelance Programme Coordinator to work with Consortium members to develop a major programme of work to start in 2021 for a 12 month contract with the possibility of an extension until 2023.
The Centre for Dance Research at Coventry University, Midlands4Cities and People Dancing
Deadline: 13 January 2021
The Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) at Coventry University is inviting applications for a Midlands4Cities (M4C) Collaborative Doctoral Award project, supervised by Professor Sarah Whatley in collaboration with People Dancing. This project will explore the formation of  ‘Living Well Hubs’ on a national level, which will be able to supercharge the contribution of dance to those living with long-term health conditions, by situating dance as art at the forefront of discourse and practice, to explore what changes/influences could be achieved.