Current Vacancies


Posted 17th April 2024

Lecturer opportunity: £40 - £45,000 pro rata

Part-time 0.8, remote or hybrid working.

We are looking for qualified lecturers to deliver a range of modules on our MA Voice Pedagogy. 

You will work with our Canvas VLE for the duration of the module, actively engaging with the students to create a responsive teacher presence. The course operates remotely, and our postgraduate students have busy schedules with demanding professional roles. They require flexibility whilst at the same time needing a sense of community and group cohesion.

We offer a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning, fusing group tutorials, visiting live lecturers, and one-to-one supervision. Your responsibilities include:

  • Providing group tutorials to enable all students to sign up and connect in small groups.
  • Hosting and chairing visiting lecturers.
  • Teaching material relevant to the module within your area of specialism.
  • Provide guidance to students on all matters relating to the module. Examples include:
    - Assisting with the design of a research question.
    - Signposting relevant materials/research areas.
    - Marking a draft excerpt in accordance with our regulations.
    - Mentoring, encouraging and stimulating ideas, either one-to-one or within a group setting.
  • Assess the assignments through Turnitin and collaborate with the rest of the VSC team.
  • Assist the team in other relevant work, workload permitting.

If you're interested in this exciting role, please contact with a copy of your CV and a cover letter.


Posted 21st February 2024

Experienced, highly qualified SEN tutor/s required £40.00 per hour

We are seeking flexible SEN tutors to work online with our postgraduate students. You must be educated to Masters level with a qualification specialising in SEN. You will need an advanced understanding of neurodiversity and know how to tailor one-to-one support to the needs of the individual. We are a postgraduate centre specialising in voice pedagogy. Many of our entrants require formal recognition of their neurodiversity. We access a rapid evaluation through the transformative education platform ‘doit,’ enabling tailor-made individual support where necessary. Our student population is diverse, remote, and many are international with busy professional lives. We are seeking online tutors who can schedule around hectic timetables and work remotely with our student populace.

If you're interested, please email your CV to