We currently have two vacancies at the Thornbury Area Youth Music Trust:

- Clarinet/Saxophone Tutor

- Flute Tutor

Clarinet / Saxophone Tutor

To provide clarinet and saxophone tuition for individual/paired/group lessons, and direct the an orchestra of primary-school-aged children

Start date: From 25th April 2020, initially offered a a 2 year appointment

Salary: £28 per hour

Job Role and Description:        

We are currently looking to recruit an enthusiastic and talented Clarinet / Saxophone Tutor to teach primary-school-aged children (LP) and direct their Orchestra, from 25th April 2020. 

There are currently 3 x 30 minute sessions of LP clarinet/saxophone teaching, 2 x 20 minute instrumental lessons, and a 30 minute LP Orchestra session on the timetable for this role.  Teaching takes place on Saturday mornings during term time (average 10 weeks per term), except on concert days (because of the mini celebratory showcase).

The current hourly rate of pay for Tutors is £28.  The current timetable for this role runs from 8.55am to 11.55am (including some 5 minute gaps for change-of-class/group).  On concert days the paid time might be slightly more or less, depending on the concert logistics. This teaching timetable may increase/decrease from term to term depending on the number of children who enrol.  

All music tutors / coaches have to have a Disclosure and Barring Service check undertaken (previously CRB check).

 

Further details regarding the Thornbury Area Youth Music Trust and the Saturday Morning Music Centre can be found at www.thornbury-music.org

Visits to the Music Centre are encouraged and welcomed.

For further details/to discuss the role, please contact:

Trudy Monday (Head of Centre) on 07855 062522.

To apply: please email Trudy Monday attaching a covering letter detailing your experience and outlining your suitability for the role, together with your CV using the following email address:  taym.hoc@gmail.com 

Interview:   Successful applicants will be invited to attend for interview on a Saturday morning sometime in late February or early March, with the Head of the Music Centre, and a Tutor/Trustee, and will also be asked to prepare and teach a 20/25 minute session with one of the groups, and also lead the LP Orchestra (25 minutes).

Unsuccessful applicants will be contacted.

 
 

Flute Tutor

To provide flute tuition for small group lessons, and direct the Training Wind, and co-direct the Training Orchestra

Start date: from 25th April 2020, offered initially as a 2 year appointment

Salary: £28 per hour

Job Role and Description: 

For this role: there are currently 2 x 30 minute sessions of LP flute teaching, a 45 minute Training Wind session, a 30 minute choir/theory/ensemble session, and some time co-leading the Training Orchestra.  Teaching takes place on Saturday mornings during term time (average 10 weeks per term), except on concert days (because of the end of term concerts).

The current timetable for this role runs from 8.55am to 12pm (including some 5 minute gaps for change-of-class/group).  On concert days the paid time might be slightly more or less, depending on the concert logistics. This teaching timetable may increase/decrease from term to term depending on the number of children who enrol. 

All music tutors / coaches have to have a Disclosure and Barring Service check undertaken (previously CRB check).

Further details regarding the Thornbury Area Youth Music Trust and the Saturday Morning Music Centre can be found at www.thornbury-music.org

Visits to the Music Centre are encouraged and welcomed.

For further details/to discuss the role, please contact:

Trudy Monday (Head of Centre) on 07855 062522.

 

To apply: please email Trudy Monday attaching a covering letter detailing your experience and outlining your suitability for the role, together with your C.V. using the following email address:

taym.hoc@gmail.com 

Interview: Successful applicants will be invited to attend for interview on a Saturday morning sometime in late February or early March, with the Head of the Music Centre, and a Tutor/Trustee, and will also be asked to prepare and teach a 20/25 minute session with one of the flute groups, and also lead the Training Wind (25 minutes).

Unsuccessful applicants will be contacted.

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