The Institute of the Arts Barcelona (IAB) is one of Europe’s most innovative and exciting Higher Education institutions for the Performing Arts. The IAB delivers UK validated Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees to students from over 35 different countries.

Full time posts are advertised on this page when they become available. If you live locally and have a performing arts education background and would like to be considered for part time work, we would like to hear from you.

To apply for a job, download the job specification posted on this page as well as this job application form.

The Institute only accepts job applications via email. Send your completed application form and CV to:

All activities of the IAB are undertaken in English.

Open Positions


The part time post is based at IAB, Sitges, Barcelona.
The role is to assist the Voice Lecturer in delivery of voice across BA (Hons) in Acting and Musical Theatre programmes.
The tutor will be an experienced and committed voice practitioner with a specialised interest in teaching accents and dialects.


• Experience of teaching accents with reference to International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)
• Minimum of three years teaching experience within a drama school or equivalent setting
• Qualified to BA (Hons) level as a minimum
• Experience of teaching RP and Standard American accents
• Able to work with students interested in accent reduction
• Has previous experience of working in an educational environment
• Able to support productions when needed

For more information please contact:

Olivia Owens –


(Part-time 22 hrs per week – Fixed Term 9 month)

The IAB is one of Europe´s most innovative and exciting Higher Educations institutions for the performing arts. The IAB delivers UK validated Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees to students from over 35 different countries.

The IAB is seeking to appoint versatile, talented and professionally experienced contemporary dance tutor to take a role in the delivery of our programmes at both BA and MA. We are looking for an artist and teacher who has

• A record of sustained professional performance practice
• Experience of, teaching and training the leading performers of the future

The post-holder will be expected to teach up to 15 hours of classes each week (averaged over the year) specifically in the areas of

• Contemporary Dance Technique (Graham, Cunningham etc)
• Contemporary Dance Performance and Choreography

In addition to teaching the post-holder will be required to contribute 7 hours of academic administration and contribute to the operation of the dance programmes as an active part of the dance team.

Closing Date for Application – 18th August 2017

See document below for more information:
Teaching Fellow Contemporary Dance