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Peripatetic Instrumental Teacher

£25,991 - £27,741 FTE

Bury Music Service is looking for a woodwind teacher with oboe and/or bassoon specialism to teach in schools across Bury delivering small group instrumental teaching, whole class ensemble teaching and to be involved in our Saturday morning Music Centre. The appointment is a salaried position for one full-time or two part-time posts, starting in January 2022. We are looking for someone talented and passionate to join our vibrant team of teachers.

Employer
Bury Music Service
Location
Bury
Contract Type
Full-Time Permanent, Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
25th November 2021

Bury Music Service is looking for a woodwind teacher with oboe and/or bassoon specialism to teach in schools across Bury delivering small group instrumental teaching, whole class ensemble teaching and to be involved in our Saturday morning Music Centre. The appointment is a salaried position for one full-time or two part-time posts, starting in January 2022. We are looking for someone talented and passionate to join our vibrant team of teachers.

Bury Music Service is dedicated to providing outstanding music education to children in Bury, engaging with primary schools, secondary schools and sixth form colleges across the borough. We provide instrumental teaching and ensemble coaching, workshops, curriculum support, early years teaching and whole class ensemble teaching. Bury Music Centre provides opportunities for hundreds of young musicians to play in a range of ensembles on weekday evenings and Saturday mornings. These ensembles have an excellent reputation within the Greater Manchester Hub and beyond.

We would like to hear from you if:

  •  You are a music graduate, having achieved a high standard of performance on your main instrument.
  • You have a specialism in oboe and/or bassoon and ideally can also teach the other woodwind instruments.
  • You have experience of Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (also known as First Access/Wider Opportunities).
  • You have experience of taking pupils through recognised examinations and have clear progression routes ensuring every pupil makes the progress they are capable of.
  • You welcome the responsibility of guiding young people on their musical journey and understand the importance of building excellent relationships with pupils, parents and schools.
  • You regularly evaluate your own teaching and enjoy adapting your methods to suit the individual needs of each pupil. You feel you are always learning.
  • You are flexible, reliable and looking for a close team to join.
  • You are willing to work evenings and weekends where necessary and understand the necessity of giving performance opportunities to your pupils.
  • Your friends would describe you as loyal, honest, hardworking and a pleasant person to be around.
  • You have a full UK driving licence and are happy to drive between schools.

How to Apply

To apply, please email gemma.price@burymusic.co.uk saying why you would suit this post and the teaching experience you have. Please include contact details and a current CV.

If you would like a chat about the role and/or organisation, please call Gemma Price on 01617969910.

Bury Music Service is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

Closing Date:
25th November 2021
Interviews:
Week commencing 29th November 2021
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