Music Leaders Sheffield Music Hub

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Music Leaders Sheffield Music Hub

Guitar, Piano/keys, Drums, Violin (Upper Strings)

Salary Grade 7 £31,895 – £35,336

Sheffield Music Hub is excited to be advertising for four Music Leader Posts. We need professionals with skills in the following areas:

Guitar – 5 days per week

Drums – 3 days per week

Piano / Keys – 3 days per week

Violin (upper strings) – 4.5 days per week

We are seeking experienced music teachers, community musicians or professional musicians with an interest in working in the Music Education sector. We are also interested in talking to music graduates who are interested in exploring a career in Music Education.

These roles are varied and will include 1-1 tuition, small and large group tuition, whole class provision and the delivery of music groups.

We are keen to reach a diverse range of musicians. If you are interested in the role but not sure if it’s for you or if your availability does not match that advertised, please do contact Ian Naylor, Head of Music Education Sheffield for an informal conversation. 07989 258886.

We are a reflective musical community that is committed to inclusivity and creativity. We work hard to understand how we can best represent the musical interests and aspirations of children and young people from every corner of Sheffield. We have a growing reputation as an innovative Music Education Hub willing to drive change through authentic projects and programmes of activity delivered both directly, and in partnership with our strong and growing network of partners.

More detail can be found in the attached further information document.

We are investing in our workforce and are promoting opportunities to our under-represented groups.  We value equality, diversity and inclusion and are focused on increasing the diversity of our workforce, particularly the number of Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic, Disabled and LGBTQ+ people, so that our teams reflect the communities in the city we serve. We are also supporting staff with unpaid caring responsibilities to work flexibly.

It is a great time to join us and we welcome your application.

Under the Disability Confident Scheme, disabled applicants, who meet the essential criteria of this job, are guaranteed an interview.

Full-time employees work 37 hours for 52 weeks of the year and we offer a generous holiday entitlement. We are open to discussions about a wide range of flexible working opportunities which benefit you and the Council, including reduced hour contracts, working part time or as a job share.