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Instrumental Teacher

£19.08 to £24.86 per hour

We are looking for enthusiastic and committed piano, clarinet/ saxophone, drums, guitar and ukulele teachers (First Access) across Hertfordshire in schools and Music Centres. We are also looking for voice teachers for Bishop’s Stortford. These posts will involve one to one teaching, some small group work in both Primary and Secondary schools and possibly First Access.

Employer
Hertfordshire Music Service
Location
Hertfordshire
Contract Type
Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
7th March 2018

As part of Children’s Services, Hertfordshire Music Service offers first class musical opportunities to all young people in the county. We are an award winning service, recognised for our innovative and successful approach to holistic music education.

Piano, clarinet/saxophone, guitar, drums and ukulele teachers, as well as a voice teacher for Bishop’s Stortford.

Hertfordshire Music Service Pay Scale for new appointments
These are part-time hourly paid posts (£19.08 to £24.86)

We are looking for enthusiastic and committed piano, clarinet/ saxophone, drums, guitar and ukulele teachers (First Access) across Hertfordshire in schools and Music Centres. These posts will involve one to one teaching, some small group work in both Primary and Secondary schools and possibly First Access.

Progression up the pay scale is through successful performance management.

 

 

How to Apply

To apply, please complete this Application Form & Personal Statement  and email it to musichr@hertfordshire.gov.uk.

Closing date: Midnight on Wednesday 7th March 2018.

Appointments are only made once all employment checks have been successfully completed including references and an enhanced DBS.

Closing Date:
7th March 2018
Interviews:
Interviews will take place week beginning Monday 12th March 2018 at Mid Herts Centre for Music & Arts in Hatfield.
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