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Music Practitioners (Guitar, Drum Kit & Piano)

£35 - £37 per hour

Kingston Music Service is looking to add talented and enthusiastic tutors to their Freelance Music Practitioner Panel to start work in September 2024, especially looking for practitioners to teach drum kit, guitar and/or piano at their Hook Music Centre on a Saturday.

Employer
Kingston Music Service (Royal Borough of Kingston)
Location
Various venues across the borough
Contract Type
Self-Employed
Start Date
September 2024
Closing Date
2nd June 2024

The friendly team at Kingston Music Service, is looking to add talented and enthusiastic tutors to their Freelance Music Practitioner Panel to start work in September 2024. We are especially looking for freelance practitioners to teach drum kit, guitar and/or piano at their Hook Music Centre on a Saturday, teaching individually, in small groups and possibly to larger groups. Other work could also be available to the right candidate at our other centres and local schools.

We are looking for gifted and committed musicians, with a passion for music education who are able to nurture a love of music in all they teach through the use of varied repertoire and pedagogy. In turn, KMS offers all practitioners INSET throughout the year, continued support and encouragement to expand their teaching experience through shadowing, training and a range of growth opportunities.

About Kingston Music Service

Kingston Music Service (KMS) offers a range of music activities for young people and adult learners at home, in school and at four music centres across the borough. KMS is a Local Authority service which receives core funding from Arts Council England. It is the lead organisation of the Kingston Music Education Hub that work with various partners to create joined up music education provision in the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames. Further details of our activities can be found on our website.

Selection Process

The Royal Borough of Kingston is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and have made a vision commitment to delivering a variety of diverse and cultural musical experiences that are reflective of the children and young people we serve.

We believe that representation matters and actively seek to diversify our freelance workforce at all levels of the organisation. We warmly encourage applications from historically under-represented groups, including but not limited to; members of the global majority; members of the LGBTQ+ community; people who identify as non-binary or gender queer; people with a disability; and people who are neurodivergent.

Decision to appoint will be made solely based on candidate merit and business need.

How to Apply

Application is by application form and video performance.

Kingston Music Service reserves the right to interview and recruit before this date as candidates apply.

Closing Date:
2nd June 2024
Interviews:
Week beginning 10th June 2024

About the Provider

Kingston Music Service

Kingston Music Service (KMS) offers a range of music activities for young people and adult learners at home, in school and at four music centres. KMS is a Local Authority service that work with partners to create joined up music education provision.

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