Part-Time hourly paid
Salary: commensurate with experience
Job reference: 22/052
The Royal Academy of Music is a stimulating and friendly environment with a diverse mix of students and staff from over 50 countries. Many of the world’s leading musicians and performers studied with us and we are firmly focused on developing tomorrow’s musical leaders in a number of disciplines including classical performance, composition, opera, jazz and musical theatre.
Effective from September 2022, the Brass department seeks to appoint a part-time Trumpet professor to give one-to-one trumpet tuition to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. The role usually consists of principal study one-to-one teaching in the Brass department, preparing students for Academy projects and professional engagements with possible opportunities to take classes, coach chamber music and to develop other brass activities within the Academy.
The Brass department is lively and collaborative with an international reputation. Many outstanding performers of the current generation studied here. The department supports and encourages students to realise their full potential across a range of artistic possibilities, encouraging them to be versatile, creative and professional.
You will have a recognised profile as an international performer with a thorough knowledge of a wide-range of repertoire and brass performing traditions. You will be able to advise, mentor and support students in managing their career aspirations and developing their professionalism, along with previous experience of teaching in a conservatoire environment. You will possess technical expertise and excellent communication skills. You will also need to be flexible, practical, collaborative and well organised.
Completed applications must be received by 10am on Monday 15 August 2022.
Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday 25 August 2022.
The Academy is committed to promoting the welfare and safeguarding of all students.
The Academy values diversity and welcomes your application.
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.