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Music Tutor

£17 - £27 p/h

Purpose: To promote, provide and support instrumental, curriculum and dance delivery to learners in a variety of schools and communities.

Employer
Entrust Music Service Staffordshire
Location
Stafford
Contract Type
Full-Time Permanent
Closing Date
26th January 2018

Salary: Hourly Rates: £17-£27 per hour depending on skills, qualifications and experience.

Following probation, and when regular hours are established, permanent part-time contracts are available within the following salary range:

Salary Range: £21,000 – £31,000 depending on skills, qualification and experience.

The Purpose:

To promote, provide and support instrumental, curriculum and dance delivery to learners in a variety of schools and communities.

Key Responsibilities:

The key responsibilities include but are not limited to;

  • Ensuring the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people
  • Inspiring learners to aim for the highest standards of achievement
  • Motivating and securing the best possible progress for all learners
  • Delivering a broad and rich curriculum
  • Enabling and promoting the widest access for young people to instrumental and ensemble activities
  • Delivering high quality, well-planned teaching to individuals, groups and whole classes
  • Assessing the progress of learners at regular intervals including, where appropriate, encouraging and facilitating the entry of external examinations
  • Encouraging and facilitating attendance to ensemble provision by as many pupils as possible and appropriate
  • Supplying accurate and timely information and data as required by Entrust Music Service Staffordshire, schools and a variety of education and business stakeholders
  • Engaging in focussed Continuing Professional Development through Entrusts Performance Management framework
  • Attending meetings, events and concerts as required
  • Undertaking any other duties that may arise commensurate with the grade as directed by the Head of Music Service.

SKILLS & ATTRIBUTES:

  • Suitability to work with children and young people
  • Specialist music degree or equivalent and qualified teacher status
  • Experience of teaching in a variety of settings and situations
  • Excellent planning and delivery skills
  • Excellent ICT skills
  • Operate as part of a team & support other team members
  • Flexibility in supporting the overall business and customers’ needs including the introduction of new processes and their underpinning technologies
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Work to deadlines and targets where defined
  • Follow processes and procedures
  • Honest, reliable and motivated in approach
  • Respond positively to and support change
  • Flexible approach in order to be able to respond to the needs of the team and the overall unit

How to Apply

More information about the post can be obtained by contacting the Music Service Teaching and Learning Manager, David Smalley: david.smalley@entrust-ed.co.uk

To apply, please follow the link below and complete the Application Form to be returned to david.smalley@entrust-ed.co.uk by 5pm on Friday 26 January 2018.

Closing Date:
26th January 2018
Interviews:
w/c Monday 29th January 2018
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