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Peripatetic Music Teachers required in all disciplines

£15 - £25 Per hour

The Oldham Music Service is recruiting to its team of casual supply teachers with skills across all instrumental, vocal and classroom music disciplines.

Employer
Oldham Music Service
Location
Oldham
Contract Type
Fixed-Term Contract
Closing Date
24th March 2017

The Oldham Music Service is recruiting to its team of casual supply teachers with skills across all instrumental, vocal and classroom music disciplines.  We would particularly welcome applications from curriculum music, brass, woodwind and string teachers. Teachers selected for inclusion on the list will be to provide cover for teacher absence and to create capacity for expansion as required.  Successful applicants will have experience of and will be required to deliver either small group instrumental tuition / whole class Wider Opportunities programmes at KS 1-4 and / or KS1/2 class music programmes.

A relevant musical qualification and teaching experience are essential and a teaching qualification is desirable.

Some evening and weekend work will be required and the ability to travel between schools and other venues is essential.

The Oldham Music Service is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The posts are subject to an enhanced CRB disclosure.

The successful candidates will join a pool of musicians to cover sickness and growing demand from schools. Teaching hours will be offered in response to demand from schools.

Hours: As required to fulfil the service level teaching commitments of the Music Service

How to Apply

You can apply online at https://oldhamjobs.engageats.co.uk/LoginV2.aspx

Closing Date:
24th March 2017
Interviews:
TBC
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