MoOne Drama is focused on all types of Drama Education with a fresh perspective for the education community. We supply drama learning through courses, classes, workshops and theatrical experience which includes both practical and analytical study. We embrace the nostalgia of learning with passion and invite teachers, coaches, facilitators, freelancers, lecturers and professors who either wish to offer one-off workshops or full-length courses of learning that will profoundly benefit the arts community.
1. Freelance Teachers
Are you a Drama teacher, facilitator or coach who is looking for a venue to run classes?
Are you a specialist trainer who teaches any drama related subject?
We are interested to hear from you.
2. Part-Time Teachers
Are you experienced in the Trinity College London Drama syllabuses or willing to train for the Associate Diploma in order to teach with us part-time?
Are you experienced in any other theatre roles, such as stage management, directing, designing, or technical and wish to train as a drama facilitator part-time?
3. Guest Teachers
Are you an experienced teacher, director, actor or celebrated personality with years of experience who wishes to offer a specialist focus class or workshop?
Teachers will be evaluated on their level of teaching, years of experience and related qualifications.
4. Part-Time Administration Assistants
Are you an experienced administration assistant who is interested in training as a teacher of drama subjects part-time?
Are you experienced in administration assistant and have a keen interest in theatre?
Are you experienced in social media management and have an interest to work in education?
Part-time Administration Assistant Job brief
We are looking for responsible Administrative Assistants to perform a variety of administrative and clerical tasks. Duties of the Administrative Assistants include providing support to our managers and employees, assisting in daily office needs and managing our company’s general administrative activities.
Answer and direct phone calls
Organise and schedule appointments
Plan meetings and take detailed minutes
Write and distribute email, correspondence memos, letters and forms
Assist in the preparation of regularly scheduled reports
Develop and maintain a filing system
Update and maintain office policies and procedures
Order office supplies and research new deals and suppliers
Maintain contact lists
Book travel arrangements
Submit and reconcile expense reports
Provide general support to visitors
Act as the point of contact for internal and external clients
Handle requests and queries from senior managers
Social media management
Proven experience as an administrative assistant, virtual assistant or office admin assistant
Knowledge of office management systems and procedures
Working knowledge of office equipment
Proficiency in MS Office (MS Excel and MS PowerPoint, in particular)
Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritise work
Attention to detail and problem solving skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
Strong organisational skills with the ability to multi-task
SPM or other High School Certificates; additional qualification as an Administrative assistant or Secretary will be a plus
An interest in theatre and / or drama education
Our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Policy
We will take active steps to fulfil our responsibilities / promote good practice by:
Developing / publishing our equality, diversity and inclusion ("EDI") objectives.
Assessing the impact of policies, content, and working practices to identify, remove or mitigate any disadvantage to underrepresented groups or recognise any cultural or religious sensitivity or differences.
Taking action to redress any gender, racial or other imbalance highlighted.
Promoting awareness and understanding of EDI matters among staff, mentors, teachers, students and participants through policies, training and guidance.
Ensuring that staff, mentors, teachers, students and participants are treated fairly and judged solely on merit and by reference to their skills and abilities.
Raising awareness of our policies and commitment to EDI with external partners and encouraging them to follow similar good practice.
Ensuring that our classes, workshops, platforms are as far as reasonably possible, welcoming and accessible.
Making sure reasonable adjustments are made, as appropriate, to enable staff, mentors, teachers, students and participants with disabilities or additional needs to overcome barriers in the working, learning and social environment.
Requiring that our content, where practical, includes positive and diverse material that is sensitive and relevant to our cultural communities.
Dealing with potential and actual acts of discrimination, harassment and bullying appropriately and by taking appropriate action where necessary.
(In full support and practice of Trinity College London's EDI policies, as reflected above)
We want a safe and happy place for all.