CURRENT VACANCIES

KEYBOARD TEACHER - EASTBOURNE AND BEXHILL

Do you want to transform your practice by working for a not- for- profit social enterprise dedicated to valuing our teachers in order to obtain the best possible outcomes for the children and adults we teach?

We are looking for a keyboard teacher to join our team in Bexhill and Eastbourne this Autumn.

The suitable candidate would have experience of teaching young children and be a fluent sight-reader and reader of standard notation.

They need to all or some of the of the following to be considered for this role:

  • Qualified teacher status, grade 8 piano/keyboard, grade 5 theory, Music degree, other instrumental teaching qualifications

  • teaching experience (primary age)

Sussex Music School offers instrumental teacher's great rates of pay (up to £32 an hour) and is currently looking for a high- quality keyboard teacher for pupils in Bexhill and Eastbourne. The work can currently be covered in 1/2 day, with the expectation it will expand to 2 full days. The teacher will live locally and visit 3 or more schools.

SMS came into being from the desire to bring a fresh approach to local music education. We offer you training and CPD, concerts for your pupils to perform and meet others, a community of other teachers to learn from, cover etc, mentoring if you are a young, less experienced teacher, leadership opportunities if you are more experienced.

We do all the invoicing and take payments so you can focus on the teaching you love.

Valuing our teachers is paramount as this will translate into the best musical experiences for our students. If you know that you can give learners in this age group confidence, enhanced communication skills and well-being through the timeless activity of making music and you are a talented and dedicated music teacher with a sound knowledge of music theory and notation and a wide range of styles, then please enquire today about teaching with SMS!

SMS teachers are self-employed and responsible for their own tax. You will need an enhanced DBS and public liability insurance (obtainable from your musician's union). Ability to drive and owning a car is an advantage.

Job Type: Freelance

Salary: £30.00-£32.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • On-site parking

Schedule:

  • Day shift

COVID-19 considerations:

We have robust COVID risk assessment in place.

Education:

  • Bachelor's (preferred)

Experience:

  • teaching: 1 year (required)

Licence/Certification:

  • DBS (required)

INSTRUMENTAL TEACHERS  - ALL INSTRUMENTS

Do you want to transform your practice by working for a dynamic not- for- profit organisation dedicated to valuing our teachers in order to obtain the best possible outcomes for the children, young people and adults we teach? 

Sussex Music School is looking for creative, qualified, self-employed musicians to teach private pupils of all ages and abilities across Sussex.  There may also be scope for some in- school teaching, subject to demand.

In return you will join a dynamic community of freelance musicians and music teachers with a shared aim of creating a high quality musical experiences for students of all backgrounds and abilities.


Ongoing training and support is given, as well as the opportunity to use our pooled planning resources and share your strengths and expertise with us. Sussex Music School is run by experts and has excellent rates of pay.


Please apply if you are passionate about music education and feel you have the drive and skills to join us!

The suitable candidate would will have experience of teaching children and have a relevant music education qualification. be a fluent sight-reader and reader of both standard notation as well as tab.

You will need  need to all or some of the of the following to be considered for this role:

  • qualified teacher status

  • grade 8 on an instrument

  • grade 5 theory

  • music degree

  • teaching experience (including primary age)


Access to a car and a full driving license are an advantage.

CURRICULUM  MUSIC SPECIALIST - PRIMARY

Do you want to transform your practice by working for a not- for- profit organisation dedicated to valuing our teachers in order to obtain the best possible outcomes for the children we teach?

Sussex Music School is looking for a creative, qualified, self-employed music specialist (QTS preferred) to teach curriculum music lessons in a Primary school in Haywards Heath over 2 1/2 days (Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday and Thursday). Experience and excellent classroom management essential. You will be assisted by a member of the school staff in all lessons.

In return you will join a dynamic community of freelance musicians and music teachers with a shared aim of creating a high quality musical experiences for students of all backgrounds and abilities. Ongoing training and support given, as well as the opportunity to use our pooled planning resources and share your strengths and expertise with us. Sussex Music School is run by experts and has excellent rates of pay.

Please apply if you are passionate about music education and feel you have the drive and skills to join us!


Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £34.00 per hour