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Instrumental Teacher

Job description

2 x SALARIED INSTRUMENTAL TEACHERS (PART TIME) – GUITAR/UKULELE

£23,000 – £28,000 (0.4 FTE minimum requirement) plus a pension contribution of up to 3% of salary

Kent Music is seeking dynamic and committed instrumental teachers to provide high quality music tuition to children, young people and adults across Kent.

Instruments and locations

 

Guitar/Ukulele – Canterbury, Thanet & Dover

Guitar/Ukulele – Folkestone, Hythe & Ashford

Our team of teachers work collectively to transform the teaching of musical instruments and singing in Kent, in both schools and music centres, to individuals, groups, classes and ensembles. This salaried position includes paid non-contact time for planning, preparation and assessment, CPD, and recruitment.

Our aim is that these roles will make a substantial change to the number of students learning to play and their progression into groups, choirs and ensembles. You will need to be motivated and passionate about music and the instrument you teach, with a proven track record of delivering high quality tuition, and a commitment to inclusive practice. With excellent communication and interpersonal skills, you will engage positively with pupils, parents, teachers, school leaders and partners. Applications are particularly welcome from teachers who can teach more than one instrument.

How to apply:

For a full job description, application form, and equality & diversity form please visit:

https://www.kent-music.com/vacancies/. The closing date for completed applications is 9:00am on Tuesday 26 March. 

 

Interviews:

 

Canterbury, Thanet & Dover interviews will be held on Friday 29 March 3-6pm (TBC) in Thanet

 

Folkestone, Hythe & Ashford vacancy will be held on Thursday 4 April 3-5pm (TBC) in Folkestone

 

Please state which areas you are applying for.

 

Successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check.

 

 

CVs will not be accepted

NO AGENCIES PLEASE

 

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