The post holder will be asked to contribute to the delivery of acting techniques through scene study. The position would be fixed term for five weeks teaching approximately 8 hours per week.


It is expected that the successful applicant will have undergone formal actor training (minimum of 3 years duration) and have had a substantial performance career. The successful applicant will have a detailed knowledge of Stanislavsky technique and its application in a vocational training environment.

Future Prospects

The IAB is going through a period of substantial growth. It is expected that the successful applicant will become part of the actor training team and as such additional work may become available.

How to apply

There are no closing dates for the above posts. Those interested in applying should send a full CV and covering letter to

 It is important that the CV includes details of the following

·         Full Contact details

·         Academic and Professional Training (Qualification achieved, Dates and Institution)

·         Professional Performance Experience (Dates, Projects etc – last Seven years only)

·         Professional Teaching Experience (Subject, Level, Institution, Dates)

 It is important that the covering letter includes

·         Availability (days of week – periods of year etc)

·         Teaching area of interest (e.g Voice, actor movement etc…)

·         Reason for applying to the IAB

* Please note the IAB can only consider applicants with current right to work in the EU. For these posts we will not consider applying for work permits / visa.  All successful candidates will be required to undergo police criminal records checks. 

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