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Recorder and/or Ukulele tutors to lead whole class instrumental programmes

£28.60 hourly rate

Enfield Music Service is the lead organisation for Enfield’s Music Education Hub, and is a thriving service with a large team of self-employed instrumental and vocal tutors working in primary, secondary and special schools and academies throughout the borough. Our tutors are the front line of our service, and we provide regular opportunities throughout the year to support and encourage them in continuing to develop and share their skills and experience

Employer
Enfield Music Service
Location
London
Closing Date
5th June 2017

Enfield Music Service requires for September 2017 Recorder and/or Ukulele tutors to lead whole class instrumental programmes in primary schools across Enfield.

A generous hourly rate of £28.60 is payable and tutors can claim additional time for set up, preparation and planning.

Enfield Music Service is the lead organisation for Enfield’s Music Education Hub, and is a thriving service with a large team of self-employed instrumental and vocal tutors working in primary, secondary and special schools and academies throughout the borough. Our tutors are the front line of our service, and we provide regular opportunities throughout the year to support and encourage them in continuing to develop and share their skills and experience.

Applicants should be motivated, enthusiastic, experienced and talented teachers who are passionate about providing high quality music lessons to children and young people of all ages and abilities.

How to Apply

For information about working for Enfield Music Service and an application form please visit – https://new.enfield.gov.uk/services/children-and-education/enfield-music-service/teaching-opportunities/

Closing Date:
5th June 2017
Interviews:
26th June/3rd July 2017
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