We are looking for tutors to run our lessons in schools. Guitar, Music Technology, Keyboard, Ukulele
School Club Tutor – Hillingdon Borough - £25/£35 per hour
WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING MUSIC TUTORS TO TEACH IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS AROUND LONDON - MOSTLY IN THE HILLINGDON BOROUGH.
To apply for this role, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to
Jones Music Tuition deliver unique and inspiring music lessons by sending passionate musicians into schools to teach primary school children how to play instruments and learn about music. We’ve created a strong company culture where everyone truly believes in the service and is dedicated to its success. We are all here to empower and grow the confidence of as many children as possible.
We’re a fast growing company with varied job opportunities for all staff. If you are an enthusiastic, experienced musician looking for a teaching role in music, which also leaves you time to play in your own projects and work as a professional musician, then this is the job for you.
Read on for the full benefits of working at Jones Music Tuition.
We are looking for passionate and inspiring music tutors to encourage the musical progression and personal development of children.
Delivering lessons in primary schools by combining our unique teaching method with your personal flair.
Giving children the opportunity to have their first ever experience of playing an instrument.
Supporting children during their first live performances.
Maintaining high communication and customer service standards with parents and schools.
Maintaining relationships with multiple schools.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Single or Multi-instrumentalist – competent on at least 1 of: guitar, keyboard, music tech, ukulele.
Must have own transport. A car is recommended in order to travel between different schools.
Music qualification. Degree desirable but not essential.
Teaching qualification or experience.
Be self employed or willing to register once work has started. (help provided)
A current DBS certificate/update service number or willingness to get one before starting work. (help provided)
Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities with both children and adults.
Outgoing, confident and approachable.
Energetic and enthusiastic with patience and persistence.
Strong independent worker with good time management skills.
Experience of playing in bands desirable.
Flexible hours available with the opportunity to go full time, working daytimes during the week.
2 hours a week guaranteed, with the expectation to go much beyond this.
Term time only. (With the exception of school holiday camps)
Training and support given throughout.
The opportunity to grow and develop with the business.
The opportunity to make a positive difference to children at a defining point in their lives
Peer to peer support from other musicians within the company
Regular staff meetings and opportunities to socialise with other musicians throughout the year. Coffee meetings!
You will go to work happy in the knowledge that you are part of a project that is creating opportunities for young people to build their confidence through music and creativity.
If this sounds like something that would excite you, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to