Full-time permanent contract
Part Time: Saturdays
Salary: £40.25 per hour
Contract type: Permanent
Junior Academy offers outstanding tuition to young, talented musicians aged 8-18 on Saturdays during term time at Royal Academy of Music, one of the UK’s foremost music conservatoires.
We are seeking an exceptional teacher, performer and communicator with the ability to inspire talented young musicians in a thriving musical environment to join our teaching staff from September 2021 to work alongside our other singing teachers. The post is hourly-paid, term-time only and will include individual tuition as well as the possibility of some ensemble coaching.
Many current students at Junior Academy are members of the National Youth Orchestra, National Youth Choir, London Schools Symphony and National Children’s Orchestra, with regular success in competitions at local and national level. Graduates of Junior Academy frequently win places to study music at senior conservatoires or university, and many alumni now pursue successful careers as musicians. For further details on our music provision, please visit our Junior Academy page.
Junior Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
This role is expected to be onsite and in line with current government and Academy health and safety.
Completed applications must be received by 10am on Monday 21 June 2021.
Interviews are expected to be held on Saturday 10 July 2021 onsite at the Royal Academy of Music.
Enquiries or applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
The Academy is committed to promoting the welfare and safeguarding of all students.
We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQ+ candidates and candidates with disabilities because we would like to increase the representation of these groups in these roles. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to greater results for students.