VACANCIES

EMS Vacancies are also advertised at Music Mark: www.musicmark.org.uk/jobs

Non-teaching positions are also listed through the Ealing Council website: www.ealing.gov.uk/homepage/28/jobs

Recruitment practices to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and/or vulnerable adults apply to these posts. Successful candidates will be subject to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and, if applicable, Overseas Workers Checks.

INSTRUMENTAL TEACHERS

Lower Strings (Bass & Cello), Piano, Singing, Violin/Viola
Individual, Small-Group (2-4 children) and Whole Class teachers required for Violin, Viola and Singing.

We welcome applications from teachers able to teach the above instruments to individuals, small groups (2-4 children) and whole class.

Salary range: £29.12 – £33.41 per hour

Location: Various schools within the London Borough of Ealing

Peripatetic role, depending on Service Level Agreement with Schools

Required from: May 2024

Teachers needed for the following instruments:

  • Bass/Cello teacher for at least 1 day
  • Piano teacher for 2 days
  • Singing teacher for 2 days
  • Violin teacher for 3 days
  • Viola & Violin teacher for 1 day

All EMS teaching placements have the scope to increase with the right candidate.

Ealing Music Partnership is looking for new teachers to join our team of enthusiastic, engaging and committed instrumental and vocal teachers. High demand and much enthusiasm for music within Ealing schools (primary and secondary) has resulted in us requiring new members of staff to join our workforce.

Applicants must be able to travel to and from schools; plan; prepare and deliver exciting and innovative lessons, which inspire and motivate children to progress musically. The position may also involve assisting with performances and borough-wide concerts from time to time.

There are many benefits to working with Ealing Music Service, including the use of an iPad and technological training as well as a host of opportunities for professional development, both as a group and tailored to the individual.

We are particularly keen to hear from candidates from under-represented racial and ethnic groups; those with a disability or specialists in diverse musical genres. Interested candidates are invited to browse our website for more information on what we do at EMS.

Closing date for applications: Applications will be considered upon receipt. We encourage early applications.

Please apply as soon as possible as applications are considered on a rolling basis. Therefore, suitable candidates will be invited to interview as applications are received.

How to Apply:

To apply, please visit: https://ealingmusicservice.com/working-for-ems/application

For further information, please email ealingmusicservice@ealing.gov.uk

Ealing council is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Ealing follows safer recruitment practices to protect children and vulnerable adults. The post holder will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, and if applicable,  Overseas Workers Checks as part of Ealing’s enhanced vetting process.

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