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Instrumental tutors and Vocal leaders

£23.10 – £28.51 per hour

Wandsworth Schools’ Music Service is looking for highly talented and experienced instrumental and vocal tutors to work as required as part of our enthusiastic and dynamic team.

Employer
Wandsworth Music Service
Location
Wandsworth – London
Closing Date
19th October 2018

Wandsworth Schools’ Music:

String tutors – particularly viola
Woodwind tutors – specifically double reed/bassoon
Piano tutors
Djembe tutors
Orchestral percussion tutors with drum kit skills and experience
Vocal leaders
Early Years specialists

Hourly paid tutors: £23.10 – £28.51 per hour with eligibility for Teachers’ Pension scheme (Teachers Terms and Conditions scale UQ3 – UQ6, Inner London)
Wandsworth Schools’ Music Service is looking for highly talented and experienced instrumental and vocal tutors to work as required as part of our enthusiastic and dynamic team.

We are particularly keen to hear from individuals with high level orchestral playing experience and vocal performance experience. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to support our work through a variety of programmes including;
• Whole class instrumental tuition
• Small group and 1-1 lessons in schools
• 1-1 and small group teaching at the Wandsworth Music Academy on Wednesdays and Saturday mornings
• Orchestral coaching and sectional rehearsals
• Vocal project leaders
• Early years specialists

As one of London’s leading music education providers, Wandsworth Schools’ Music ensures that Wandsworth children and young people have access to an exceptional range of opportunities to learn musical instruments; sing; perform in ensembles and choirs; and progress to new levels of musical excellence.

We are interested in hearing from talented and enthusiastic tutors with the following attributes;
• Experience of high level orchestral playing and the ability to demonstrate high levels of musicianship
• Dynamic, engaging and passionate about engaging young musicians in a safe, fun and nurturing learning environment
• Enthusiastic team players who are able to use their own initiative while inspiring children with a love of music.
• Excellent timekeeping and communication skills
• Experience in leading WCET programmes and whole class vocal programmes and ensembles
• Experience of working in Early Years
• Experience leading curriculum music programmes

How to Apply

If you are interested, please contact Wandsworth Schools Music service by email: musicservices@wandsworth.gov.uk quoting ‘Music Mark ad’, with a CV and covering letter explaining why you think this work would suit your qualifications and experience.

Successful candidates will be invited to attend an interview.

Closing Date:
19th October 2018
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