JobSearch International™ (JSI) is the Royal Academy of Dance’s online listing that advertises dance-related opportunities around the globe.
It is accessed by over 14,000 members via our exclusive Members' Area. Advertising is free and provides you with direct access to your ideal target audience: RAD members who are actively seeking employment.
JobSearch International™ provides five advert categories:
- Dance related job vacancies
- Job seekers
- Schools for sale
- Schools for purchase
- Studios for hire
If you would like your advert to appear in our JSI online listings, fill in our online form.
You must be a fully paid RAD member to view Jobsearch International™. Become a member today and enjoy JSI as well as other fantastic benefits.
Members residing in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and the USA can obtain the login details to view JobSearch International™ by contacting their local office.
If you need further information, or have any questions, contact the Membership Team at email@example.com or call +44 (0)207 326 8069.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Please read our Terms & Conditions below before submitting your advert. These can also be downloaded here .
All entries submitted to JSI will be published within 14 days. All adverts remain in JSI for two months or until closing date (if specified). We respectfully request that your advert is kept to a maximum of 150 words. The Royal Academy of Dance may edit your advert as appropriate.
Please note that the Academy is committed to promoting equal opportunities and diversity and as such will not accept adverts that could be construed as discriminatory on the grounds of gender, race or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, age, religion/belief and/or sexual orientation. As an equal opportunities employer we will be happy to provide guidance on the appropriate wording for your advert. The Academy reserves the right to make amendments to an advert as we feel appropriate.
JSI is accessed via our exclusive password protected Members’ Area at www.rad.org.uk The RAD cannot regulate whether access is passed to non-members by our members and therefore we take no responsibly for unsolicited responses. The RAD cannot be held responsible for the quality, accuracy and conduct of any applicants.