At Irish Pole Dance Academy, we are always on the lookout for awesome people to come and join our team in Dublin and grow with us.
We are currently looking for pole dance and flexibility instructors to work with us on permanent basis or a part-time freelance basis.
Interested? Awesome! Well, we’re very glad you’re here reading this. If you think you’d like to join our team and contribute to our awesome community that we have been building since 2011, please read on and read carefully…
As a pole dance instructor at IPDA it is your mission to provide nothing less than top-class pole dance training and coaching to a wide range of clients to ensure safety and facilitate performance towards their planned goals using our Core Values. It is also your responsibility to uphold IPDA’s worldwide reputation as one of the best pole dance studios in Ireland.
The Bare Minimum:
To be eligible to work with us, there’s 3 things that we need from you as an absolute bare minimum (if do not have these please do not apply):
You also need to have the following Core Competencies:
If you have all of the above and you want to take the next step, write an email to Arlene@IrishPoleDanceAcademy.com with the title “I want to work as a badass Pole Dance Instructor with Irish Pole Dance Academy”.
In this email, please write a short paragraph telling Arlene about yourself and why you want to work with IPDA and attach your CV outlining your experience and certificates / qualifications, and some references from previous employers (so that Arlene can call them and verify that you are indeed as awesome as you say you are). Please include all of the above info in your email to ensure that your application does not end up in the trash!
After Arlene receives your application, be patient, she will contact you and arrange a meeting with you to tell you more about what she has to offer in working with IPDA and to see if you have a good fit.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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