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Music Associate (Piano)

£24,907 – £29,058 pro rata

We are seeking a Music Associate who will be responsible for planning and delivering high quality individual, group instrumental/vocal and ensemble teaching programmes in order to enable all learners to achieve their full potential.

Employer
Theatr Clwyd Music Trust Ltd.
Location
Flintshire
Contract Type
Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
19th November 2021

In consultation with the Director of Music, to develop and lead high quality and engaging Theatr Clwyd Music lessons and initiatives in music. The Music Associate will be responsible for planning and delivering high quality individual and group instrumental/vocal and ensemble teaching programmes as directed and in accordance with Theatr Clwyd Music policies, procedures and guidelines, in order to enable all learners to achieve their full potential. To take a creative and practical role in the delivery of Theatr Clwyd Music School, projects, workshops and events. To be an advocate for the work we do with young people and the wider community, maximising collaborations and projects in both Welsh and English and contributing to the overall vision that builds on our reputation for excellence, creative learning and meaningful engagement.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • In line with the Theatr Clwyd Music vision and strategy, ensure the welfare and wellbeing of learners receiving tuition in accordance with Theatr Clwyd Music guidelines and, where appropriate, guidelines issued by the school/client establishment. To act in accordance with Theatr Clwyd’s policies in working with children, young people and vulnerable adults.
  • Have a secure and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of music, including the appropriate practical skills in relation to the instrument(s) taught
  • Have knowledge of relevant repertoire and resources for the instrument(s) taught, including knowledge of different musical styles and genres.
  • Identify learner needs and construct and implement specialist learning programmes and strategies for individual and group tuition.
  • Consistently securing the best outcomes for learners through progressively refining methodology, influencing learners and advancing learning.
  • Encourage and develop links between the Service and its users through the promotion of Theatr Clwyd Music, its range of services and programme of music activities at Theatr Clwyd’s Music School.
  • Including but not exclusively attending concerts and open evenings in schools.
  • To lead community projects, schools workshops and youth music programmes as required, developing relationships with key stakeholders.
  • To act as the public face of Theatr Clwyd’s Music programme to teachers, parents, community groups and artists alongside the other Theatr Clwyd Music Associates.
  • To contribute to producing education packs and resources, providing information about workshop content as required.
  • To assist the Director of Music in coordinating music opportunities for schools, families, members of our community and youth projects and productions as required
  • Prepare and deliver quality individual and group sessions and other activity programmes in accordance with Theatr Clwyd Music policies and procedures
  • Maintain accurate and up to date records of learners’ achievements and developments including writing progress reports and attending Theatr Clwyd Music Parents’ Evenings.
  • As a member of a departmental team, assist in the evaluation of the effectiveness of teaching methods and provision, contributing to and participating in programmes of staff development and Service development as directed.

Other

  • Maintain accurate records of work and Theatr Clwyd Music activity commitments.
  • To represent and positively promote the organisation at all levels, especially to all service users
  • To build contacts within the world of music as the main source of knowledge in this area of work
  • To build relationships with local community groups and enterprises.
  • To support the Director of Music in reaching as many areas of the community as possible
  • To undertake any other duties as reasonably required by the Director of Music
  • Attend team meetings and participate in ongoing staff development including contribution agreement meetings
  • Ensure the effective deployment of musical instruments, accessories and printed materials as directed, including the maintenance of accurate records of Theatr Clwyd Music instrumental stock and the identification of resource needs.

How to Apply

Please visit our website, and select the ‘Apply for the Role’ option at the bottom of the page.

If you have any questions about the role, please contact music@theatrclwyd.com to discuss before applying.

Closing Date:
19th November 2021
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