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THAMES Instrumental Tutors – African Drums

The Tower Hamlets Arts and Music Education Service (THAMES) is expanding its provision and is seeking to appoint experienced Instrumental Tutors to its Teaching Panel. THAMES is the lead organisation in the Tower Hamlets Music Education Hub which also includes the City of London.

Employer
The Tower Hamlets Arts and Music Education Service
Location
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Closing Date
5th November 2017

We are specifically looking for tutors for the following instruments:

  • African Drums

Key tasks will be to teach music to pupils in individual/small group lessons, and/or whole classes, in line with THAMES policies and the Service Level Agreement (SLA) to schools in Tower Hamlets.

Candidates should have:

a) Successful instrumental/vocal teaching experience in a music service or school delivering small group, whole class or classroom music lessons

b) Evidence of commitment to continuing professional development.

c) A first degree or equivalent or evidence of significant practical music-making at a high-level of performance;

The postholder will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check on appointment and then every Three Years thereafter.

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