Job opportunities

Senior Teaching Fellow in Acting

Full time. Salary £51,034 to £60,905 per annum.

We are seeking to appoint a Senior Teaching Fellow in Acting to join the Acting Department. This is an exciting opportunity to play a pivotal role in the development and delivery of the school’s curriculum and actor training ethos. We are particularly keen to continue the development of our training programmes to include perspectives and practices that represent the diverse global community of the contemporary industry and would expect the successful candidate for this post to be able to contribute to this ongoing progress. More information and details of how to apply

Apply by 4 July

Tech Jazz Teacher

Part time (classes run 1pm-5.30pm on Saturday afternoons with a total of 4 hours teaching). Pay £30 per hour

GSA Junior Conservatoire are looking for a highly experienced, enthusiastic technical jazz teacher to teach students, selected through auditions, wanting a career in Musical Theatre. Performance experience is preferable and experience in teaching senior students is essential. Students are aged 11-18 years.

The Junior Conservatoire, which runs alongside the popular GSA Saturday School, is a pre-vocational training for students who show talent and potential, commitment and passion in either Musical Theatre or Acting. These specialised and focused programmes are designed for students who are considering higher education, or a career, in the performing arts. Both the Musical Theatre and Acting programmes are split by age group and ability.

To apply, please send CV and cover letter to

Apply by 21 June


At GSA and the University of Surrey, we are committed to working together to create an inclusive environment that offers equitable opportunities for all, pursuing our vision to be a leading global University.  We place great value on diversity and welcome applicants from all backgrounds. We are seeking to increase the diversity within our community and would particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups, people with disabilities and those identifying as female, non-binary or trans. Appointments will always be made on merit.