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Instrumental tutors, particularly upper strings specialists

£29.88 per hour

Sutton Music Service, lead partner in the Sutton Music Hub, is looking for inspiring and committed teachers of all disciplines to join our thriving and expanding music service. We are particularly keen to hear from violin specialists with experience of individual, small group teaching and/or Whole Class Ensemble Tuition.

Sutton Music Service
London Borough of Sutton
Contract Type
Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
8th March 2017

Sutton Music Service is part of Sutton Education Services Ltd, a joint venture company between the London Borough of Sutton and local schools and academies. We offer a wide range of bands and orchestras, specialist instrumental tuition at our Wednesday and Saturday Music Schools and Whole Class Ensemble Tuition at KS2. We also provide instrumental lessons and curriculum teaching in schools and work with a range of partner organisations to create musical opportunities for the children and young people of the London Borough of Sutton. For more information please visit our website

How to Apply

Interview Date: Shortlisting: 9 March 2017, candidates will be invited for interview/audition shortly after shortlisting.

Please send a letter of application and CV to Sutton Music Service, Gaynesford Lodge, Blake Close, Carshalton SM5 1LJ, or e-mail

For more information, please contact Lewis Gibbs, Head of Music Service. For more information, please contact Lewis Gibbs, Head of Music Service.

Successful applicants will be appointed to a panel of Approved Instrumental Teachers from which individuals will be offered work as and when it becomes available. Sutton Music Service is committed to safer recruitment practices. Sutton Music Service is committed to safer recruitment practices.

Closing Date:
8th March 2017
9 March 2017
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