Things to consider when applying for a job

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Our recruitment & probation process

We recommend that you use your supporting statement to outline how you feel your skills and experience meet the requirements of the job description and person specification. The Shortlisting Panel will use the criteria of the person specification to assess your application. Candidates who are not shortlisted for interview will be notified however we do not provide feedback at this stage. Shortlisted candidates invited to interview will receive confirmation by email including details, where applicable, of any tasks or presentations that form part of the interview process. 

All candidates invited to interview will be required to bring original documents proving their legal right to work in the UK.

All appointments are subject to a probationary period of six months for administrative staff and 12 months for academic appointments/ Directorate.

Right to work in the UK & visas

If you have the right to work in the UK i.e. you are a UK/EU citizen, have Indefinite Leave to Remain or hold a visa such as Tier 1 which allows you to work in the UK you will be asked to provide evidence at the interview stage.

If you do not currently have the right to work in the UK please check the Applicant Information Pack for confirmation of whether this is a role for which the RCM would consider acting as the sponsor for a Tier 2 / Tier 5 visa.


If you would like to speak to us about working at the Royal College of Music in general or about a particullar vacancy, please feel free to contact our Human Recource team, who will be very happy to help you.


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