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Music education job vacancies from across the UK

Associate Teacher (Vocal)

£24.60 - £28.28 per hour
  • Richmond Music Trust
  • London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
  • Closing Date: 1st June 2020
  • Part-Time Permanent

RMT is looking for an additional Vocal Teacher to join us from September 2020 as follows:
Maternity cover – 2 schools (approximately 2.5 days)
Permanent – 2 schools (currently 4-5 hours total).

Guitar, Keyboard and Drum Kit Teachers

£21.63 – £27.81 per hour based on experience
  • East Sussex Music, Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival
  • Eastbourne, Hastings, Lewes, Crowborough, Wealden, Hailsham, Seaford & Brighton and Hove
  • Closing Date: 4th June 2020

Are you a committed and energetic musician, keen to share your skills and passion for music?
Would you like to join our vibrant team of music educators and take part in our varied programme of high-quality music activity for children and young people across East Sussex and Brighton and Hove?
We are looking for dynamic and inspiring instrumental teachers to join our teaching panel!

First Access and Curriculum Music Coordinator

£31,548 – £33,291
  • Hillingdon Music Hub
  • Civic Centre, High Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1UW
  • Closing Date: 4th June 2020
  • Part-Time Permanent

Hillingdon Music Hub is a thriving and expanding hub, working as part of Hillingdon Council, delivering music to the second-largest London Borough. In this role you will be responsible for expanding our whole class provision through face-to-face lessons and the development of online resources. You will run performance and music education projects, taking responsibility for budgets, school liaison and evaluation.

Freelance Comms and Marketing Consultant Advisor

£4,200 plus reasonable travel Consultancy Fee
  • Music Mark
  • (Applicant need not be London based)
  • Closing Date: 8th June 2020
  • Freelance

Music Mark’s Comms and Marketing (C&M) Manager is about to go on Maternity Leave (est. for end of September 2020), and the Board and CEO have developed a plan for the cover of her role whilst she is on leave. This plan includes promoting the Finance and Admin Assistant to carry out much of the day-to-day work of the C&M Manager (re-titled to being the Comms and Marketing Officer, but maintaining some specific Finance and Admin tasks during this period); appointing an intern or freelance administrator (depending on whether Music Mark can safely reopen its London office); and engaging a freelance Comms and Marketing (C&M) Consultant.

The freelance C&M Consultant will provide strategic advice and support to the Music Mark team, to ensure the ongoing delivery of clear comms and marketing to the Membership and the wider sector.