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On-site Corporate Music Tutor

£25.00 - £35.00 per hour

On-site music tutors required for corporate clients in Central London.

Employer
Square Mile Music
Location
Central London
Contract Type
Freelance
Closing Date
10th October 2017

Square Mile Music are expanding and looking to hire experienced music tutors to work on-site at a number of corporate clients in central London.

We are initially interested in hiring piano and guitar tutors but also interested in hearing from other instrument tutors as well. Being a multi-instrumental tutor very much a plus.

Succesful candidates should be reliable, well presented and comfortable working in a professional office environment. We are ideally looking for tutors who already use Sibelius or other music notation software.

Lessons are held one-to-one and throughout the working day. We are looking for tutors who can work at least 1 or 2 days a week.

As a rapidly growing small business we have additional opportunities for tutors looking to be involved in other paid project work such as working as co-authors on music books, iPhone apps and other tech projects.

How to Apply

For more information please email michaeltonge@squaremilemusic.com with your CV and a brief covering letter.

Closing Date:
10th October 2017
Interviews:
Ongoing
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