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Lead Guitar Teacher (non-QTS)

£20,701 to £29,970 per annum

In order to better serve our pupils, schools, the workforce and the community, the award-winning Tri-borough Music Hub is recruiting for a new Lead Guitar Teacher to start September 2018.

Employer
Tri-borough Music Hub
Location
Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith and local schools
Contract Type
Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
23rd April 2018

We are looking for a highly experienced and outstanding Lead Guitar Teacher who is committed to improving the music education outcomes of our learners and lead positive change as part of the Tri-borough Music Hub’s core teaching team. The successful candidate will be instrumental in developing the next phase of the Tri-borough Music Hub’s strategic vision with a specific focus on the growth, recruitment and retention of guitar pupils.

Contracts (Teachers’ Pay and Conditions) will be offered 0.5 FTE in the first instance, with the possibility of additional hours to meet the expansion of the service, as well as involvement in Saturday School provision by mutual agreement. The TBMH wants to work with people who are committed to music education as a career pathway.

Who we are

The award-winning Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) is the lead organisation that oversees the delivery of music education in three West London boroughs – the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham; and the City of Westminster – working with schools, pupils and the workforce. It is a centralised Local Authority service which receives core funding from the Department for Education via the Arts Council England.

The TBMH Strategic Partners are two internationally renowned organisations – The Royal Albert Hall and The Royal College of Music. In addition, a dedicated and quality-assured group of delivery partner organisations work to meet the TBMH’s strategic aims.

How to Apply

To apply for this role, please visit:
https://jobs.westminster.gov.uk/vacancy/lead-guitar-teacher-nonqts-345862.html

An enhanced DBS Certificate is required for this post and the postholder will be expected to abide by legislation (e.g. Keeping Children Safe in Education, 2016) to ensure that all aspects of safeguarding are met.

If you have any questions about this opportunity, please email info@triboroughmusichub.org to arrange an informal chat about this position.

 

Closing Date:
23rd April 2018
Interviews:
Week commencing 30 April.
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