Learning Music is seeking to appoint skilled and passionate music teachers to various instrumental, vocal and curriculum teaching positions across England for September.
It is intended that these lessons will take place in-person at the schools concerned. Learning Music does however have a successful online lesson format that may be re-introduced depending on the course of pandemic. Applicants must be open to in-person delivery as our default format, and also prepared to teach online if/when required.
We are currently recruiting for the following vacancies:
Brass Teacher – Ipswich
Choir Leader – Essex
Guitar Teacher – Ipswich
Piano/Keyboard Teacher – Ipswich
Primary Music Teacher – Bedford
Primary Music Teacher – Milton Keynes
Primary Music Teacher – Ipswich
Saxophone Teacher – Portsmouth
Singing Teacher – Ipswich x2
Singing Teacher – Portsmouth
Ukulele Teacher – Bedford
Ukulele Teacher – Ipswich
Violin Teacher – West Yorkshire
Violin Teacher – Ipswich
Learning Music is an independent music education agency. We work with partner schools across the country to deliver inspirational curriculum lessons, instrumental lessons, vocal lessons and ensembles. Our fundamental belief is that all pupils should receive a first class music education and we work with schools to achieve this vision as their specialist adviser and provider.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
Different positions will slightly have different profiles. However, in all of our recruitment we look for colleagues who are passionate about inspiring students of all ages and backgrounds through excellent teaching and learning. You will be a versatile musician, preferably with prior teaching experience (or a strong graduate with an understanding of what good teaching looks like). Your engaging style and ability to bring music to life will inspire a love of music among your pupils.
How to Apply
To apply, please use the ‘apply’ button within the individual adverts on our careers portal at: https://learningmusic.uk/teachers/vacancies/ – where you can also submit your CV speculatively if none of the above positions are suitable.