Zest Education are currently seeking an enthusiastic Music Teacher to join a secondary school in the Moseley area. This is a full-time role, where the successful candidate will play an integral role within the music department. The role is due to commence in April 2024 and will run until the end of the academic year.
As a Music Teacher, you will be responsible for planning and delivering practical music lessons to students at various levels. You will also be required to assess and mark student progress, providing feedback and guidance to help them improve their musical skills.
The successful candidate will have a strong background in music, with experience in teaching various musical instruments and techniques. You should be able to demonstrate excellent musical ability and knowledge, and have the ability to effectively communicate and engage with students of all abilities.
In addition to your teaching responsibilities, you will also have the opportunity to contribute to the wider music department activities, such as organising concerts, rehearsals, and other extracurricular music events. This will involve working closely with other music teachers and supporting the overall development of the music curriculum.
To be considered for this role, you should hold a relevant degree in Music and have a valid teaching qualification. Previous experience in a similar role is highly desirable.
Successful candidates will have:
- A PGCE or equivalent UK teaching qualification that has awarded them QTS or QTLS
- A strong enthusiasm for the subject of Music and the ability to plan and deliver high quality lessons
- Excellent knowledge of the KS3 to KS5 curriculum
- A team ethos and the ability to build strong and professional relationships with both colleagues and pupils
- Experience in classroom and behaviour management
If you are interested in this position or want to find out more, email Lucy at email@example.com or ‘apply for job’ at the top of the page to submit your details.
Zest Education are an REC audited agency and are dedicated to safeguarding children. All candidates must hold an enhanced DBS (or allow us to process one for you) and be registered to the DBS Update Service, be able to provide references to cover the last two years and successfully pass all other necessary safeguarding checks prior to clearance for work.
Salary is dependent on experience, training, or qualifications. The minimum experience, training, or qualifications required for this position are recent school-based experience (within the last 5 years within a school that teaches the British Curriculum) and/or care-based experience within the last 5 years.
The role advertised is for temporary supply work.
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