We are currently recruiting for:

Performance and Outreach Coordinator

35 hours per week / 52 weeks per year

Core hours 9-5 (hours may be altered on occasions according to the needs of the curriculum and organisation)

Salary: £22,450 per annum

We are currently seeking a Performance and Outreach Coordinator to join our Development team.  This role requires the post holder to work across the College to ensure that Orpheus outreach activities are run smoothly, cost effectively and develop links and partnerships with other organisations. You will also oversee the successful staging of Orpheus Centre theatrical productions both at Orpheus and in other locations.

 This includes:

  • Working across teams to coordinate logistics, administration, marketing and front-of-house, for up to five productions a year, liaising with the production Director to ensure they are delivered exactly to their requirements.
  • Working with the learning team to ensure that outreach activities are coordinated and meet the needs and interests of students and support the learning team to achieve its strategic aims.
  • Working with the development team to ensure that outreach activities and productions are promoted effectively to Orpheus stakeholders, and the wider community.

 Please click here for full job description and to apply.


An exciting opportunity to join our wonderful team of Tutors has arisen.

Music Tutor

21 hours per week (over 3 days)/ 44 weeks per year

Salary : £13,269.60 - £15,694.80 pro rata dependent on qualifications (FTE £22,116 - £26,158)

Film and Media Tutor

14 hours per week (over 2 days) / 44 weeks per year

Salary : £8,846.40 - £10,463.20 pro rata dependent on qualifications (FTE £22,116 - £26,158)

Note: Hours for the above roles may be altered on occasions according to the needs of the curriculum and organisation, some evening and off site work will be involved.

An exciting opportunity to join our wonderful team of Tutors has arisen.

Are you an experienced tutor with a passion for supporting students with special educational needs? Do you have a Degree in a related arts performance subject? Have a minimum or 2 years’ experience working with young people in an arts setting including SEN? Proven ability to participate and lead performances to a high standard with enthusiasm and expertise?

As a Tutor you will work with curriculum and wider staff to create innovative approaches to education and the arts; deliver and produce the dance aspects of Orpheus performances in the Autumn and Summer terms and contribute to intensive weeks and Outreaches.

We'd love to hear from you.

Please click on the job title for full job description and to apply.


Learning Support Care Assistant

35 hours per week / 44 weeks per year

Permanent, Part-Time and bank roles considered - please indicate preference at time of application.

Salary : £19,624 per annum pro rata

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Learning Support Care Assistant (LSCA) at our SEN College located in rural Godstone, Surrey (car driver preferable due to location).

LSCAs will be uniquely positioned to consistently support students to achieve their personal developmental goals in all settings and throughout the full week. Following a two week rota of early and late shifts, with the opportunity to earn extra cash through sleeping night shifts, the LSCA role will be worked over 44 weeks of the year, with holidays taken outside of term times. Flexibility may be needed to cover night shifts.

Do you have minimum or two years’ experience of working with young people or adults with a range of severe, complex and moderate learning difficulties and/or disabilities? Have experience of supporting students with their personal hygiene and intimate care needs in a respectful and dignified manner and able support them to complete out of session work and provide evidence for their education programme?

We can offer:

  • Competitive pay
  • A consistent rolling shift pattern so you can plan your life
  • Term-time only work across 44 weeks of the year
  • Training
  • Supervision and support

Experience working in further education with young adults with learning and/or physical disabilities is desirable.

We'd love to hear from you.

Please click here for full job description and to apply.

Applicants will be reviewed as we receive them and if a suitable candidate is identified, we reserve the right to close our advert sooner.


Orpheus is committed to safeguarding and promotes the welfare of all service users. We are committed to the promotion of equal opportunities.

These posts are classed as having a high degree of contact with vulnerable adults and are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. They are therefore subject to an Enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure Barring Service.