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Instrumental Music Teachers

£25.40 - £26.42 per hour

Are you committed to helping ensure that young people from all backgrounds receive music education that is high quality, wide ranging, sustainable and accessible to all? Surrey Arts is currently looking for Instrumental Music Teachers with specialist musical knowledge in a range of instruments.

Employer
Surrey Arts (Surrey County Council)
Location
Surrey-wide
Contract Type
Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
6th January 2022

Based at various schools in Surrey, the starting salary for this role is £25.40 – £26.42 per hour.

Surrey Arts, part of Surrey County Council, is the lead partner for Surrey Music Education Hub. Our aim is to work in partnership to ensure that children and young people from all backgrounds receive music education that is high quality, wide ranging, sustainable and accessible to all.

The Role

We are looking for motivated and committed music leaders to join our thriving team of teaching staff. Staff are expected to be available during the school academic terms and there are opportunities for additional work during the holiday periods.

We are currently looking for teachers with skills and availability to teach the following:

  • Percussion: 1-2 days (Farnham, Guildford and Camberley) daytime and after school teaching as well as Saturday morning. 1:1 and small group teaching; drum kit and orchestral percussion
  • Classical and Contemporary Guitar: 1-2 days (West Surrey, Mid-Surrey or North Surrey) daytime and after school teaching. 1:1 and small group teaching
  • Whole class instrumental teaching: 1-3 days (County-wide) daytime teaching of whole class instrumental learning in ukulele, recorder or orchestral instruments
  • Cello, and some Double Bass: 1-2 days (East Surrey) daytime and after school teaching. Mostly 1:1 with some small group teaching
  • Piano: 1-2 days (East Surrey) daytime and after school teaching. Mostly 1:1 with some small group teaching.

If you are applying for more than one post, please make this clear in your application.

About You

We are looking for individuals who:

  • Hold a recognised music diploma, degree, or who can demonstrate an equivalent level of achievement in their own field of practice
  • Possess specialist musical knowledge related to their instrument or field of practice, and are able to perform or create music to a high standard
  • Are reflective practitioners with a passion for continued learning and development
  • Have experience of working with children from a range of social backgrounds
  • Are aware of current initiatives in the UK music education system.

How to Apply

For more information and to apply please click here: https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/jobs/search/details?id=18818

Closing Date:
6th January 2022
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