Music Instructor (Woodwind)
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- £14,679 to £20,402 per annum
- Part Time
- Contact: Human Resources
- Reference: ANG04855
- Posted November, 15, 2023 9:45 AM
Job Description Based at Various locations throughout Angus. This job is workstyle 1 - Fixed. In this workstyle most of your time is spent undertaking the direct delivery of front-line services work. Depending on your...
Based at Various locations throughout Angus.
This job is workstyle 1 - Fixed.
In this workstyle most of your time is spent undertaking the direct delivery of front-line services work. Depending on your role there may be a limited requirement to access a specific council location during the course of the working week if you are not delivering your service at a council location.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated woodwind instructor to join our team of instrumental education specialists in Angus.
Responsibilities include teaching a range of woodwind disciplines to pupils of varying ages and stages, from P6 beginners through to S6 pupils wishing to audition for music college.
We are looking for a woodwind specialist that can encourage and lead pupil engagement in solo and ensemble playing, participation in school, regional and national music groups, local music festivals, participation in external performance exams (ABRSM/Trinity College London etc.), and to convey the joy and importance of music as part of life-long learning.
This job is temporary until no later than 27 June 2024.
Internal and external applications on a secondment basis will be considered. You must have the approval of your line manager / organisation.
You must have the ability to become a member of the PVG Scheme.
Please refer to job outline, person specification and information sheet for further details and requirements for this job.
About Angus Council
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