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Peripatetic Music Teachers (Guitar) – Two casual posts

Teachers Pay and Conditions Qualified or Unqualified

Post 1
• Around 0.4fte in the first instance depending on demand
• To start as soon as possible

Post 2
• 0.5 fte – Schools in the south east of Oxfordshire
• Temporary to cover sickness absence January to Easter 2018

Employer
Oxfordshire County Music Service
Location
Oxfordshire
Closing Date
1st November 2017

The Oxfordshire County Music Service is an “Outstanding Music Service” with an international reputation. It offers weekly instrumental tuition and other activities including vocal, performing arts and music theory groups; area Music Centres, ensembles and youth orchestras (two of which tour internationally); courses during the school holidays, ensembles for adult musicians and Saturday afternoon workshops

The Service is looking for two guitar teachers to join a large team. We would like to hear from you if you enjoy working with young people, making music and are:

  • Able to teach pupils from beginner to post grade eight standard in primary and secondary schools
  • Able to teach students individually, and in groups
  • Experienced in Wider opportunities style teaching (see selection criteria)
  • Willing to work flexible hours during the week

Schoolteachers Pay and Conditions (Qualified or Unqualified) and subject to local agreement. Due to this post having access to children and/or vulnerable adults, candidates will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The possession of a criminal record will not necessarily prevent an applicant from obtaining this post, as all cases are judged individually according to the nature of the role and information provided

How to Apply

To apply go online at www.newjob.org.uk and use keyword ‘guitar’

For more information telephone: 01865 816990

Closing Date:
1st November 2017
Interviews:
w/c 13th November 2017
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