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Instrumental Tutor Vacancies; Brass, Violin, Woodwind, Percussion, Vocal, Music Group & Music Curriculum

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The Community Music Service is seeking to appoint experienced, innovative and committed musicians to join our highly talented teaching team. If you would enjoy the challenge of working for a successful music service and are passionate about teaching music then please contact us. Our current teaching vacancy is for both primary and secondary teaching from September 2017.

We have several vacancies for instrumental tutors to join our talented teaching team and wider opportunities teams (whole class instrumental and vocal programmes at KS2) to develop their skills through apprenticeship roles and to lead. We welcome applications from musicians seeking their first teaching experience.

These posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and a comprehensive screening process will be undertaken on the successful applicant including a Disclosure check (Applicant Declaration must be completed and returned with application).

Employer
Barking & Dagenham Community Music Service
Location
Greater London
Contract Type
Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
23rd June 2017

Brass Tutor up to 30 hours per week & Woodwind Tutor up to 16 hours per week; both are contracted roles with a salary range of £20,701 to £46,829 and are also available with an hourly paid salary; £22.97 and/or £30.64 lead role tutor, with a sessional contract of varying hours on an annual basis.

Part Time Roles: Brass (up to 14 hours per week), Percussion (up to 27.5 hours per week), Violin (up to 7 hours per week), Vocal (17 hours per week) and Music Group Tutors (1.5 hours per week); available with an hourly paid salary; £22.97 and/or £30.64 for lead role tutor, with a sessional contract of varying hours on an annual basis.

Music Curriculum Support Tutor – Hours: 0.8 or Full Time – Salary Range: £28,098-£46,829; to cover maternity leave for a curriculum music specialist to start in September 2017 covering until at least January 2018. Tutor will deliver music teaching in KS1 & 2 settings across the local authority and also contribute towards the CMS vocal strategy.

How to Apply

Applications can be made online by visiting www.lbbd.gov.uk go to council jobs – view vacancies – application form is at the bottom left of each vacancy.

For an informal discussion regarding the above vacancies, contact Digby Hunt on 020 8270 6690.

Please note Music Centre office is open weekdays during term-time only.

Closing Date:
23rd June 2017
Interviews:
Week beginning 3rd July 2017
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