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Music Service Teachers (Casual)

£28,958 - £46,525 per year

Are you passionate about instrumental/vocal teaching and committed to providing a high-quality experience to all learners? Applications are invited for casual opportunities for teachers of Brass, Woodwind, Strings, Percussion, Guitar, Piano & Voice.

Hull City Council
Hull and/or North-East Lincolnshire
Start Date
1st September 2024
Closing Date
6th June 2024 at 23:59

We welcome applications from all music backgrounds and cultures and are interested in a broad range of expertise and specialisms including Whole Class Ensemble Tuition (WCET) working with SEND C&YP, supporting all types of progression routes and curriculum support.

Hull Music Service teaches nearly 6000 children and young people in schools and colleges across the City. At its home, The Albemarle Music Centre (next to Hull Truck on Ferensway), the Music Service also provides a comprehensive range of groups, choirs, ensembles, band and orchestras. The Albemarle also hosts a range of additional workshops and opportunities for schools, that are tailored to complement, enrich and contribute to the wider school curriculum.

Through an increasing network of partnerships, the Music Service is engaging with schools and the wider community through a variety of projects, from singing to song-writing, composition to urban music as well as Live Music for Schools and large showcase events in the City’s premier venues such as the Middleton Hall, Hull Minster, City Hall and Connexin Live Arena.

The Service is committed to supporting our most vulnerable young people, including supporting Children with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) and Hull’s Looked After Children, by forging closer links with schools, key community organisations and specialist providers. This work will ensure that access to music opportunities in Hull is both equitable and relevant to the needs of the children and young people across the city.

Since April 2022 Hull Music Service has also been Lead Partner for North-East Lincolnshire Music Hub and on May 7th was announced as the Lead Partner for the new Music Hub for the Humber Region. Increasing engagement with schools is leading to additional teaching capacity being required. From its base at the Grimsby Institute for Further Education (GIFE) the new North-East Lincolnshire Music Centre is now established, opening up additional teaching and ensemble leadership opportunities.

What we are looking for:

  • An inspiring and innovative approach to instrumental/vocal teaching
  • A commitment to provide a high quality and an efficient service to meet the needs of all learners
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to engage and motivate students
  • Excellent planning, delivery and assessment skills
  • Flexibility to deliver across our wider communities

We are particularly interested in applicants with experience of:

  • Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET / Wider Opportunities)
  • Group and Individual Instrumental/vocal teaching
  • Working with children and young people with SEND
  • Early Years
  • Music Curriculum Delivery (all Key Stages)

For further information about the work of Hull Music Service, visit our website.

Salary scale point will be dependent on skills and experience.

Closing Date:
6th June 2024 at 23:59
21st June 2024

About the Provider

Hull Music Service

Hull Music Service, lead partner for the Humber Region Music Hub, teaches over 5000 children & young people in schools & colleges across the City. At its home, The Albemarle Music Centre, there is a wide range of ensembles and activities available.