The work will mainly be based in Morpeth and the East of the county, although the successful applicant may be required on occasion to cover other work anywhere within the County. Familiarity with the National Plan for Music Education and the role of Music Hubs in music education is desirable. Candidates should be able to show how this knowledge has been incorporated within their teaching practise. You must have a minimum of grade 8 on your instrument and experience of teaching children and young adults from age 5-18 in both small group and large group settings.
Due to the travel requirements of the post you will ideally have access to a car for which you will receive a mileage allowance. Other benefits include:
- Access to the Teachers Pension Scheme
- Induction, excellent training, and support
- Regular informal and formal supervision and support from your line manager
- A supportive and positive culture and working environment
- Good administrative support including IT
- Travel allowances
- Commitment and enthusiasm in maintaining high standards of practice and positive outcomes for children
- You will have excellent communication skills both verbally and in writing
- You will not be afraid to think innovatively and creatively to solve problems.
- You will be able to contribute to the development of the team and the service
How to Apply
All applications should be made through the North East Jobs website. (Education, Music Tutor 2756). Your application process will be directed to our Taleo system. Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the email address that you have registered with Taleo.
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