- £27.13 per hour for standard small group instrumental tuition and Music Makers sessions.
- £30.74 for Wider Opportunities (WCET) sessions.
- Teachers are paid via PAYE and are eligible to join the Teachers Pension Scheme.
We are currently recruiting for Teachers of the following instruments:
- Strings (violin/viola/cello)
- Woodwind (flute/clarinet/saxophone)
Teachers should preferably have taught, and be happy to teach, group and individual lessons to pupils from across the age range (ie academic years 2-13) and whose abilities range from beginner to grade 8. Experience of group teaching (max four per group) in a school environment and teaching on Wider Opportunities programmes is beneficial.
Teachers must be able to commit to working for 30 weeks per year (10 weeks per academic term). We employ well organised, reliable, flexible and committed individuals who are good at communicating with both children and adults. All teachers will be subject to DBS checks.
Richmond Music Trust aims to employ reliable, flexible and committed individuals who are good at communicating with both children and adults. Successful applicants will be subject to DBS checks. Applicants must be able to commit to working for 10 weeks per academic term.
Richmond Music Trust is an equal opportunities employer. Its policy is to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment because of race, colour or nationality, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, religion or disability, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.
How to Apply
Apply now for any of the specific roles listed above, or apply at any time so we have your details for future vacancies.