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Singing Development Teacher

£24,174 - £28,485 pro rata

Nottingham Music Service is seeking to appoint a full time singing development teacher to build upon the excellent work established by the outgoing post holder. The successful candidate will lead on the singing strategy for the city, developing and managing provision and delivering activity where appropriate.

Employer
Nottingham Music Service
Location
Nottingham City Schools
Contract Type
Full-Time Permanent
Closing Date
19th April 2018

Nottingham Music Service is seeking to appoint a full time singing development teacher to build upon the excellent work established by the outgoing post holder. The successful candidate will lead on the singing strategy for the city, developing and managing provision and delivering activity where appropriate.

Salary: £24,174 – £28,485 pro rata (subject to relevant skills and experience)
Hours : Full-time 37 Hours per week
Start Date: Flexible – 30th August 2018 at latest

This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed vocal specialist with relevant ability and aspirations to support our creative and ambitious organisation.

The successful applicant will be able to support vocal provision for city schools delivering workshops and longer term interventions, providing vocal coaching and CPD and working with partners to establish city wide initiatives to inspire and enthuse children and school staff.  They will also play a key role in promoting the service aim of providing exciting musical experiences for all children, that connect with the many and not the few.

Our vision is that all children and young people in Nottingham have an inspiring and rewarding experience of making music with others.  Our mission is to facilitate joyous, life-enhancing and confidence-building experiences that equip children and young people with perseverance, self-belief and a life-long love of music.

 

How to Apply

For more information on the post please contact Michael Aspinall at michael.aspinall@nottinghammusichub.org.uk

Visit www.nottinghammusichub.org.uk for more information and an application pack.

 

Closing Date:
19th April 2018
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