Jobs At Chetham’s School Of Music

We value tutors who share our aim to support students in achieving musical and personal breadth in tandem with technical proficiency. The role is a part-time, permanent position; 17.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday. We are looking for a Teacher of Music to join us on a full time or part time basis for the right candidate. If you are driven, and passionate about Music then we want to hear from you!

The panel will be shortlisting based on what qualities, skills and experience you may bring to the role. We want people from as many different backgrounds as possible to apply. We particularly encourage you to apply for this role if you rarely see people like yourself in the arts. Please let us know in your application letter if you think this applies to you. The Music Office at the Guildhall School provides a wide range of support services to its students and staff.

We are looking for an experienced, confident and talented Event Manager to work within the Development and Alumni Relations Office, to design and implement an events strategy that supports our fundraising and alumni objectives across the School. This role will be responsible for all event logistics, administration and evaluation for the department. They will build strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders and create exciting engagement opportunities for all our supporters.

As Head of Music at Evelyn Grace, you will join the Principal and continue to develop the academy together, and thereby realise the ambitions in building an outstanding school. If you are seeking a challenging and rewarding position, enriching the lives of the students who attend The Petchey Academy, then we are keen to hear from you. Kingston Music Service is seeking new part-time instrumental and vocal tutors for whole class, small group and individual lessons on violin, piano, brass, woodwind and voice. Enfield Music Service is looking for motivated and engaging Vocal Leaders to deliver whole class/year group singing projects between Reception and Year 6 in schools across the London Borough of Enfield. The Diocese of Salford is looking to recruit an outstanding Choral Director to help deliver the work of the Salford Schools Singing Programme in diocesan schools.

The purpose of the role is to support the learning and care of pupils across the school, under supervision and guidance of teachers and therapists. The most important thing to us is working with people with the right attitude and potential. Even if you don’t have experience on everything on the job description below, we would still love for you to apply! We are a group of creative and collaborative musicians who perform in car parks and devise performances with young people. Our work is about empowering people to create and perform together. The job description, person specification and full details on how to apply for the role can be found on LST’s website.

Experience working with audience development frameworks, including qualitative and quantitative data methodologies, and identifying and engaging with diverse communities with high barriers to engagement. We have helped over half a million children and their families in the UK in the past 26 years by improving children’s experience of being in hospital and specialist care centres. We also form part of the international Theodora family with its origins in Switzerland and are proud to have helped over 3 million children internationally.