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Instrumental Tutors

The Halton & Warrington Music Support Service LLP is recruiting to its team of professional tutors with skills across all instrumental, vocal and classroom music disciplines.

Employer
Halton & Warrington Music Support Service LLP
Closing Date
26th January 2018

Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children and young people?

Do you believe in the power of music?

Do you want to work with a team of likeminded tutors who put pupils at the heart of everything that they do?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to these questions, then we would like to hear from you!

The Halton & Warrington Music Support Service LLP is recruiting to its team of professional tutors with skills across all instrumental, vocal and classroom music disciplines. Successful applicants will have experience of, and will be required to deliver, either small group instrumental tuition/whole class Wider Opportunities programmes at KS 1-4 and/or KS1/2 class music programmes.

Halton & Warrington Music Support Service are the commissioned delivery partner of the Accent Music Education Hub and work with Schools and a range of education and music industry partners to deliver, coordinate and support access to a wide range of musical opportunities for young people up to the age of 18 in a wide variety of formal and informal settings. The Music Service provides instrumental and vocal tuition on an individual, paired, small group and whole class basis to school-aged children across the age and ability range in Halton and Warrington, Cheshire, through delivery in Primary, Secondary and Special schools; local area Music Centres and wider contexts.

We also run an extensive range of ensembles across the Boroughs, for beginner to advanced musicians. We support and deliver a full schedule of concerts and large-scale performances throughout the year, and a wide variety of local, national and school festivals.
A relevant musical qualification and teaching experience are essential and a teaching qualification is desirable.
Some evening and weekend work will be required and the ability to travel between schools and other venues is essential.

HWMSS is constantly receiving requests from schools for tuition. The successful candidates will join a team of like-minded, self-employed musicians to cover growing demand from schools – teaching hours will be offered in response to demand from schools.

Hours: As required to fulfil the service level teaching commitments of the Music Service.

The Halton & Warrington Music Support Service is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all tutors to share this commitment. The posts are subject to the relevant Disclosure and Barring Service checks.

 

How to Apply

If you are interested, then please submit your CV and a short covering letter, to: enquiries@hwmss.org

We look forward to hearing from you.

Closing Date:
26th January 2018
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