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Instrumental Tutors

Redbridge Music Service is looking to recruit inspiring and experienced teachers to deliver individual and small group tuition throughout the Borough.

Vision Redbridge Culture & Leisure
Closing Date
12th February 2018

Redbridge Music Service is looking to recruit inspiring and experienced teachers to deliver individual and small group tuition throughout the Borough:

  • Brass Teachers (preferably first study trombone)
  • Primary Curriculum Music and Whole Class Ensemble Teachers
  • Clarinet/Saxophone Teachers
  • Recorder Specialist Teachers
  • Lower Strings Teachers
  • Guitar / Ukulele Teachers
  • Vocal / Choral Teachers

Teachers Pay and Conditions

Permanent Contract (Full-time / part-time)

Applications are invited from Qualified and Unqualified Teachers

Redbridge Music Service (now part of the wider Vision Redbridge & Culture Leisure Charitable Trust) is the lead organisation of the North East London Music Education Hub and enjoys a reputation for very high quality music education. Our pupils present over 50 concerts per year; recent concert venues have included the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican, Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.

The successful applicants will be motivated team players with experience of delivering Whole Class Ensemble tuition and a proven success record of teaching across a range of ages and abilities.  Experience of conducting an ensemble would also be an advantage.

We are keen to recruit outstanding teachers and musicians that can help us maintain the quality of our provision and contribute to innovation.  We believe in investing in our teachers and in return we expect a high level of engagement.  If successful you will work with team of teachers dedicated to providing the best opportunities for our young musicians.

You will be based at our well-resourced Music Centre which is home to Redbridge Music School and numerous bands, orchestras and clubs and will work in schools around the London Borough of Redbridge.

As part of our pre-employment checks, applicants must be willing to undergo safeguarding screening, which will include checks with past employers and the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).

How to Apply

For a copy of the Job Description and an application form, please access the link below:

Please send your completed application form with a covering letter outlining your relevant experience to  If you would like to discuss the role in more detail, please call Helen Mason, Head of Performing Arts on 020 8 708 5153.

Dependant upon the level of applications received, this post may close earlier than advertised.   Early applications are therefore advised.

Closing Date:
12th February 2018
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