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Vocal Department Coordinator (0.2 contract)

TPS M1–M6 (£26,139 – £36,906)

Bromley Youth Music Trust, an outstanding independent music service for the London Borough of Bromley and lead partner in the Bromley Music Hub, is seeking to appoint a dynamic and innovative vocal specialist for a non-teaching role. 

Employer
Bromley Youth Music Trust
Location
London Borough of Bromley
Contract Type
Part-Time Permanent
Closing Date
15th March 2017

TPS M1 – M6 (£26,139 – £36,906) pro rata dependent upon experience.

You will be expected to
• Develop the singing strategy for Bromley Music Education Hub
• co-ordinate vocal teaching in Bromley Schools
• develop the vocal department
• oversee logistics for BYMT vocal department rehearsals and performances

Bromley Youth Music Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

How to Apply

Further information and an application form can be found at www.bymt.co.uk. CVs will not be accepted and applicants that do not use the application form will be disregarded.

Contact Simon Sundermann, Deputy Principal if you wish to discuss the position further. ssundermann@bymt.co.uk

Closing Date:
15th March 2017
Interviews:
24 March 2017
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