Teacher of Violin
Salary Range: £18,201 F.T.E (20.06 p/hr) to £37,130,864 F.T.E (£34.62 p/hr)
20 hours per week
About the Team
Warwickshire Music is the principal provider of music education in Warwickshire and is the lead organisation of the Warwickshire Music Hub. We teach over 12,000 pupils each week and provide instrumental, vocal and class music teaching in schools, community music centres and provide a wide range of ensembles and music groups each week for children & young people across Warwickshire.
About the role
In response to significant demand, we are looking for a violin specialist to join our team to teach group and individual lessons for up to 18 hours per week in Central & South Warwickshire. Teaching will take place during the school day with some teaching expected at Area Music Centre's up to 7.00 p.m.
We welcome new applications to the instrumental teaching profession and can provide support and training to enable ongoing individual professional development, especially in group and whole class teaching practice.
- Our teachers are expected to be committed, enthusiastic musicians and teachers who can inspire pupils and communicate with clarity, conviction and sensitivity.
- You will be organised, skilled and confident in the use of technology, receptive to new ideas, ambitious for your own professional development and be able to work independently and as part of a team of professionals dedicated the musical development and safeguarding of children and young people.
Teacher pay is based upon hourly rates ranging from £20.06 to 29.95 per hour for group, individual and ensemble teaching, depending on experience, and up to £34.62 per hour for whole class first access instrumental teaching delivery. Pay is annualised and paid as a monthly salary throughout the year. Teaching hours may increase or decrease through the year in response to demand. Travel expenses are also paid, and our teaching roles benefit from membership of the Teacher Pension Scheme.
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