Skip to navigation Skip to main content

Teachers of Violin/Viola, Brass, Woodwind and Percussion

£16641 - £33160 FTE based on STP&C

2017 is an exciting year in Hull, UK City of Culture! The successful candidates for these posts will be committed and enthusiastic, be qualified to degree/diploma level, and will have experience of teaching. The posts involve teaching small groups/individuals across the appropriate range of instruments and may include Wider Opportunities (WCET) whole class instrumental tuition.

Employer
Hull City Council
Location
Albemarle Music Centre, Hull
Closing Date
25th June 2017

Required for September 2017 or January 2018

 

Teacher of Violin/Viola (f/t) – Position number: 1068609
Salary: £16, 641 – £33,160*

This post will involve teaching small groups and individuals in a range of primary and secondary schools, and also whole classes (Wider Opportunities), as required.  You will need to demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching alongside excellent subject knowledge and the capacity to build on current successful practice.  The Music Service provides ensemble experience from beginner to advanced, with the involvement of all string staff; which is remunerated additionally.  The ability to offer a second specialism (eg. piano) may be an advantage.  This is a permanent position.

 

Teacher of Brass (upto 0.7) – Position number: 1068593/1068587
Salary: £16, 641 – £33,160*

This post will involve teaching small groups and individuals in a range of primary and secondary schools, plus you will need to be enthusiastic about whole class tuition (Wider Opportunities).  Brass teaching is popular in Hull and brass is used in more than 20 of our Wider Opportunities projects.  The Music Service has 10 ensembles involving brass pupils and the successful candidate would be expected to be available for some tutoring work in the evening, which is remunerated additionally.  This post is fixed-term for 1 year in the first instance.

 

Teacher of Woodwind (upto 0.6) – Position number: 1068588
Salary: £16, 641 – £33,160*

This post will involve teaching small groups and individuals in a range of primary and secondary schools, and also whole classes (Wider Opportunities), as required.  You will need to demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching alongside excellent subject knowledge and the capacity to build on current successful practice.  The Music Service has 6 ensembles involving woodwind pupils and the successful candidate would be expected to be available for some tutoring work in the evening, which is remunerated additionally.  This post is fixed-term for 1 year in the first instance.

 

Teacher of Percussion (0.3, maternity cover) – Position number: 1071249
Salary:  £16, 641 – £33,160*

Percussion teaching is thriving in Hull.  We have percussion ensembles at training, junior and senior level and more than 20 schools regularly have percussion as their Wider Opportunities instrument of choice.  We are looking for a teacher with the ability to teach whole class samba and glockenspiel, as well as small group and individual tuition on orchestral percussion and drum-kit.  Experience of steel pans and gamelan would be a bonus.  The Music Service has 11 ensembles involving percussion pupils and the successful candidate would be expected to be available for some tutoring work in the evening, which is remunerated additionally. This post is to cover a maternity leave.

 

*All posts are open to both qualified and unqualified teachers.

How to Apply

For an informal discussion please contact: Chris Maynard chris.maynard@hullcc.gov.uk

Contact Telephone:01482318800

Website: www.hullmusichub.com

Closing Date:
25th June 2017
Interviews:
w/c 3rd July 2017
Share this vacancy:

This Job Vacancy has Closed

Browse all available jobs or sign up to receive job updates straight to your inbox.

Browse Jobs Job Alerts

Influencing

We work to positively influence thinking, policy & practice.

Thinking

Music Mark works to influence thinking by sharing ideas and undertaking research

Learn More

Policy

Music Mark works to shape and share the decisions that need to be made by policy makers

Learn More

Practice

Music Mark recognises the need for music educators to source and share ideas with each other

Learn More

Supporting

We facilitate CPD, build communities & share best practice.

Connecting

We connect our members to the wider music education sector.

Menu