Hourly rate of pay ranges from £23.46 to £27.34. Up to £26,655 per annum, salary calculated pro-rata to hours worked, minimum of 15 hours per week required.
You will receive numerous staff benefits including sick pay and a generous pension scheme.
An enhanced DBS ‘Disclosure and Barring Service’ check for regulated activity (formerly known as CRB) and the Children’s and Adults’ Barred List checks will be required for this role.
About the Role
Surrey Arts is seeking to appoint a motivated and committed teacher of the piano to join their thriving team of music tutors. You will be part of an exciting new music project, delivering group lessons to children and adults in a well-equipped studio, as well as teaching individuals in schools across the county.
You will be flexible and willing to work up to 36 weeks of the year in term time. Availability during and after school hours is essential, as are Saturday mornings.
We are looking for a candidate who:
- Holds a recognized music diploma, degree or other recognized qualification
- Possesses a specialist knowledge of the piano and is able to perform to a high standard
- Has excellent communication and customer service skills
- Is aware of current initiatives in the music education system
If you would like to help inspire Surrey's musicians of the future, then this could be the opportunity for you and we would welcome your interest and application.
You must have a full driving licence and have access to a vehicle.
For more information please find attached to the bottom of this advert a full role profile. We look forward to receiving your application.
Equal Opportunity, Values and Behaviours
Surrey County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
The values below will be crucial in delivering our corporate strategy, and are what we draw on to make a difference for Surrey residents.
- Listen - We actively listen to others and expect to be listened to.
- Responsibility - We take responsibility in all that we do at work.
- Trust - We work to inspire trust and we trust in others.
- Respect - We are supportive and inclusive and committed to learning from others.
Our behaviours are what people experience when they interact. They encompass how we do our work and how we treat other.
- Be customer focussed - We put the customer at the heart of our work and take responsibility to uphold the customer promise in all that we do.
- Work as one team - We collaborate with and involve our partners, customers and colleagues, and build strong and lasting relationships based on listening, trust and mutual respect.
- Make things happen - We plan and deliver our work on time and effectively, making sure we understand the needs and priorities and considering all our options and risks.
- Communicate with purpose - We communicate clearly to all our stakeholders, making sure that we listen, understand and inform in the process.
- Be the best we can be - We embrace the need for change and innovation, taking responsibility to improve our services and processes in the right way.
- Develop ourselves and others - We learn continually, we seek feedback about our own performance and support others to learn.