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Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama attracts the best creative talent from across the globe. As Wales’ national conservatoire, we fire imagination and drive innovation, offering training to more than 800 actors, musicians, designers, technicians and arts managers from more than 40 countries.

As a ‘Disability Confident’ employer, we guarantee that all disabled candidates who meet all the key criteria for the job vacancy they are applying for are offered an interview.

If you would enjoy working with a group of diverse and talented faculty and staff in a vibrant and welcoming community, we welcome you to apply to work with us.

We are committed to creating a workforce that is representative of society. Currently, people from ethnically diverse communities, those who self-identify as disabled, neurodiverse and transgender, and Welsh speaking individuals are under-represented, so we are keen to hear from candidates from these under-represented groups.

We have an ongoing commitment to the principles and practices of diversity and inclusiveness throughout the College community. Our strategy and equal opportunities policy sets out our commitment to promote equality and diversity for all staff. To find out more about some of the specific initiatives we have in place to support staff equality, diversity, please read our Strategic Equality Plan.

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