Beauty and Retail Sales Assistants in Luxury Department Stores
Senior Lecturer, Actor Training and Coaching
- Grade 7: £48,041 per annum, including London Weighting
Lecturer in Production Arts for Screen (area of Technical Arts for Performance)
- 38,010 to £45,603 pro rata per annum
- Egham, Surrey
- 25,000-£30,000 dependent on qualifications and experience
Casting Director and Development Associate
- Competitive, dependent on experience
Technical Instructors in lighting - with Duty Responsibility
- 26,666 inclusive
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