21 February 2024 09:02

RAD Examiner Recruitment open for Asia Pacific based residents only.

The Royal Academy of Dance is looking to recruit examiners to service its worldwide market. This recruitment campaign is open to Asia Pacific based residents only.*

If you would like to be an RAD Examiner you will need to be a well presented professional who is discreet and impartial. You should have an in-depth knowledge of the Academy’s work with the potential to understand, demonstrate and apply the RAD examination marking criteria and definitions as stated in the Specifications.

You will hold a qualification at Level 4 or higher in dance or dance education with a substantial ballet component.

You need to be competent in written English and fluent in spoken English, with excellent communication and effective interpersonal skills, and the ability to work independently and use judgement and initiative in challenging situations. You will also need to have proficient IT skills including email and word processing, and be willing to learn how to examine using the RAD’s iPad-based marking app.

Examining can be demanding physically and mentally, but is also extremely rewarding, and provides opportunities for travel nationally and internationally.

 To apply for this role please contact office@rad.org.nz for an application pack which includes the Job Description, Person Specification and Application Guidelines and will provide you with additional information regarding the application process and role itself.

Please send your video application and completed application form to The Panel of Examiners Officer via examinerrecruitment@rad.org.uk by 8 April 2024 6.00pm (GMT time)


 Shortlisted applicants will be notified by early May 2024 and will be invited to attend a two day in-person audition in either: Singapore, Singapore – 1 & 2 August 2024 or Sydney, Australia – 5 & 6 August 2024. Auditions dates are subject to change and additional audition dates may be added. Shortlisted applicants may choose their preferred audition location.

 Applicants successful at the audition stage will be invited to attend a six-week training programme scheduled to take place in either London or Sydney in 2025 or 2026.


* Applicants should have permanent residency status in one of the Asia Pacific countries.