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Access to Music has an expanding network of music centres located across England. We develop bespoke music curriculum with Rockschool (RSL), the UK’s only popular music awarding body, and with UK universities, such as Birmingham City University. We also deliver to the wider creative industries through our creative media provision. Access to Music currently employs around 250 people.
 
We have a real presence in the music industry which provides our students with the opportunity to engage safely in industry practice. In addition, our delivery to the wider creative industries through our creative media provision is part of an expanding portfolio of curriculum and the Creative College initiative.
 
Jobs with Access to Music cover teaching and teaching support roles delivering high-quality learning experiences to the next generation of musicians and creative industries professionals; alongside business support and professional roles, both centre based and in our central services, primarily based in Manchester and Birmingham.
 
Current vacancies are detailed below.
 
To apply click the appropriate application link for the position you are interested in. You will be taken to a position specific application page where you can log your details, submit a covering letter, current CV and any supporting documents in respect of your application. Please ensure that you have access to these documents before progressing through to application stage.
 
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All posts are subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.

Access To Music is committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.

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Current Vacancies
Music Performance Course Manager
(Deadline - Sat 19 Aug 2017, Location - Access to Music, Bristol, Salary - £24,054 - £27,073 per ann)

Commencing: Immediately

Hours: Part-time, 30 hours per week

We would like to present an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team at Access to Music, Bristol. We are seeking an inspirational teacher and Musician to manage our Level 3 music performance provision at the centre.

The successful candidate will become part of a national music college that has been at the forefront of music education for over 25 years; inspiring learners looking to find a place within the music industry. Access to Music was rated ‘Good’, by Ofsted in 2016; and as ‘Outstanding’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in December 2014 and 2015

You will be welcomed into a stimulating musical and creative environment where you will work alongside dedicated teachers, musicians and support staff delivering high quality and inclusive teaching and learning. Through creating a positive climate and setting high expectations for the course team in relation to standards of student achievement and the quality of teaching, you will support the Business through the achievement of annual targets for learner retention and success.

You will be experienced in all aspects of music performance, and have a working knowledge of Studio Recording, keyboard with a DAW, along with notation and scoring skills to grade 5, personal tutor responsibilities to music performance students and some aspects of Music in the Media, music industry and marketing.

You will have the ability to support learners through their study programmes which includes both maths and English. The ability to deliver excellent lessons, support the development of transferable skills to employment, including self-employment and to be able to call upon
previous industry and portfolio experience is essential.

The successful candidate will have:

• Current and relevant industry knowledge and experience.
• A passion for performance
• Teaching experience, with the ability to teach both level 2 and 3.
• Instrumental experience.
• Performance experience
• The experience of managing people and resources.
• Studio and/or live recording experience.
• The ability to lead a course team through support.
• The ability to work flexibly as part of a team.
• The ability to make a contribution to the development of the curriculum and resources.
• The suitability to work with children and young people.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• A commitment to provide an outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students.
• A commitment to the organisation’s values, with a particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning).
• A proactive approach demonstrating an openness to change.
• A commitment to continuing professional development.
• A commitment to equality of opportunity.
• The ability to meet targets and objectives both personally and organisationally

Essential Qualifications:

• A formal teaching qualification at level 4 (CTLLS or equivalent) or above.
• A degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant subject area.

Knowledge and Experience:

• A significant and successful experience of teaching music performance skills.
• The experience of working in FE.
• The experience of the post-16 age group.
• A demonstrable record of success in previous roles.
• Knowledge and understanding of mechanisms for the identification, assessment and support of learner needs
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these


To Apply have your CV ready for upload along with a covering letter containing a personal statement telling us why your skills, knowledge and experience make you the person we are looking for.

This post closes for applications on 19th August 2017.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!


This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.

Access To Music are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.


Course Manager - Music Performance
(Deadline - Sun 20 Aug 2017, Location - Access to Music, Bristol, Salary - £24,054 - £27,073 per ann)

Location: Access to Music Bristol

CommencingImmediately

Hours: Part-time: 15 hours per week

 

We would like to present an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team at Access to Music, Bristol. We are seeking an inspirational teacher and Musician to manage our level 3 year 2 music performance provision at the centre with some support for level 2 and other courses is a hybrid delivery model.

 

The successful candidate will become part of a national music college that has been at the forefront of music education for over 25 years; inspiring learners looking to find a place within the music industry. Access to Music was rated ‘Good’, by Ofsted in 2016; and as ‘Outstanding’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in December 2014 and 2015
 

You will be welcomed into a stimulating musical and creative environment where you will work alongside dedicated teachers, musicians and support staff delivering high quality and inclusive teaching and learning. Through creating a positive climate and setting high expectations for the course team in relation to standards of student achievement and the quality of teaching, you will support the Business through the achievement of annual targets for learner retention and success.
 

You will be experienced in all aspects of music performance, and have a working knowledge of Studio Recording, keyboard with a DAW, along with notation and scoring skills to grade 5, personal tutor responsibilities to music performance students and some aspects of Music in the Media, music industry and marketing.

You will have the ability to support learners through their study programmes which includes both maths and English. The ability to deliver excellent lessons, support the development of transferable skills to employment, including self-employment and to be able to call upon
previous industry and portfolio experience is essential.


The successful candidate will have:

• Current and relevant industry knowledge and experience.
• A passion for performance
• Teaching experience, with the ability to teach both level 2 and 3.
• Instrumental experience.
• Performance experience
• The experience of managing people and resources.
• Studio and/or live recording experience.
• The ability to lead a course team through support.
• The ability to work flexibly as part of a team.
• The ability to make a contribution to the development of the curriculum and resources.
• The suitability to work with children and young people.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• A commitment to provide an outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students.
• A commitment to the organisation’s values, with a particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning).
• A proactive approach demonstrating an openness to change.
• A commitment to continuing professional development.
• A commitment to equality of opportunity.
• The ability to meet targets and objectives both personally and organisationally

Essential Qualifications:

• A formal teaching qualification at level 4 (CTLLS or equivalent) or above.
• A degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant subject area.

Knowledge and Experience:

• A significant and successful experience of teaching music performance skills.
• The experience of working in FE.
• The experience of the post-16 age group.
• A demonstrable record of success in previous roles.
• Knowledge and understanding of mechanisms for the identification, assessment and support of learner needs
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these


To Apply have your CV ready for upload along with a covering letter containing a personal statement telling us why your skills, knowledge and experience make you the person we are looking for.

 

This post closes for applications on 20th August 2017.

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.

Access To Music are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.


HE Lecturer - Business Strategies
(Deadline - Mon 21 Aug 2017, Location - Access to Music at The Custard Factory, Birmingham, Salary - £24.47 to £26.74 per hour)

Course: BA (Hons) Music Business

Hours: 3 per week over 15-weeks (12 weeks teaching, 3 weeks marking and moderating)

Commencing: September 2017

 

We would like to present this exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team, delivering music business tuition on our 2-year accelerated degree course.  

 

You will work closely with the Course Director and HE Development Manager in liaison with Birmingham City University, our validating partner, to ensure maintenance of academic standards, policies and procedures including curriculum and quality in accordance with the programme requirements.

 

An articulate communicator and teacher, you will be a music industry professional with a minimum of an undergraduate degree in Music Business or a related subject.

 

You will have experience at HE level (schemes of work, session plans, assessment) with previous teaching/lecturing experience.  

 

The Business Strategies module aims to equip students with the theoretical knowledge and skills associated with strategy and decision-making in business.

 

Responsible for:

  • Delivery of degree module content
  • Management of students and their learning
  • Assessment and reporting of student achievement

 

Essential knowledge and experience to include:

  • Using data in business decisions
  • Tools and techniques of business strategy
  • Formulation and implementation of a strategy

 

Essential skills and qualifications to include:

  • Qualified to degree level or equivalent.
  • Qualified teacher (or, currently studying at Level 4 or above).
  • Level 2 in Numeracy and Literacy.
  • Good ICT skills.
  • Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of Safeguarding issues relevant to the post.
  • Excellent teaching skills
  • Ability to relate to diverse teaching groups.
  • Skills relevant for tutorial / pastoral support if required.
  • Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these.

 

Desirable Criteria:

  • Relevant teaching qualification

 

Applications to reach us by 21st August 2017.  Interviews will be announced after short listing.

 

Before clicking on apply, please have your CV ready for upload.  We will also be asking you for a short statement on how your experience is relevant to the delivery of this module.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults. 


Access to Music are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.

 

Course Manager - Music Performance
(Deadline - Mon 21 Aug 2017, Location - Access to Music, London Shoreditch, Salary - £26,940-£30,322 per annum)

Commencing: Immediately

Location: Access to Music London (Shoreditch)

Hours: Part-time, 30 hours per week (0.8 pro rata)

Salary Scale: £26,940-£30,322 per annum, pro rata

 

We would like to present an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team at Access to Music, London (Shoreditch). We are seeking an inspirational teacher and Musician to manage our music performance provision at the centre.

 

The successful candidate will become part of a national music college that has been at the forefront of music education for over 25 years; inspiring learners looking to find a place within the music industry. Access to Music was rated ‘Good’, by Ofsted in 2016; and as ‘Outstanding’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in December 2014 and 2015
 

You will be welcomed into a stimulating musical and creative environment where you will work alongside dedicated teachers, musicians and support staff delivering high quality and inclusive teaching and learning. Through creating a positive climate and setting high expectations for the course team in relation to standards of student achievement and the quality of teaching, you will support the Business through the achievement of annual targets for learner retention and success.
 

You will be experienced in all aspects of music performance, and have a working knowledge of Studio Recording, keyboard with a DAW, along with notation and scoring skills to grade 5, personal tutor responsibilities to music performance students and some aspects of Music in the Media, music industry and marketing.

You will have the ability to support learners through their study programmes which includes both maths and English. The ability to deliver excellent lessons, support the development of transferable skills to employment, including self-employment and to be able to call upon previous industry and portfolio experience is essential.


The successful candidate will have:

• Current and relevant industry knowledge and experience.
• A passion for performance
• Teaching experience, with the ability to teach both level 2 and 3.
• Instrumental experience.
• Performance experience
• The experience of managing people and resources.
• Studio and/or live recording experience.
• The ability to lead a course team through support.
• The ability to work flexibly as part of a team.
• The ability to make a contribution to the development of the curriculum and resources.
• The suitability to work with children and young people.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• A commitment to provide an outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students.
• A commitment to the organisation’s values, with a particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning).
• A proactive approach demonstrating an openness to change.
• A commitment to continuing professional development.
• A commitment to equality of opportunity.
• The ability to meet targets and objectives both personally and organisationally

Essential Qualifications:

• A formal teaching qualification at level 4 (CTLLS or equivalent) or above.
• A degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant subject area.

Knowledge and Experience:

• A significant and successful experience of teaching music performance skills.
• The experience of working in FE.
• The experience of the post-16 age group.
• A demonstrable record of success in previous roles.
• Knowledge and understanding of mechanisms for the identification, assessment and support of learner needs
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these


To Apply have your CV ready for upload along with a covering letter containing a personal statement telling us why your skills, knowledge and experience make you the person we are looking for.  

 

Applications to reach us by 21st August 2017.

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!


This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.

Access To Music are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.


Course Manager - Music Performance
(Deadline - Mon 21 Aug 2017, Location - Access to Music London (Kilburn), Salary - £26,940-£30,322 per annum)

Commencing: Immediately

Location: Access to Music London (Kilburn)

Hours: 30 hours per week (possibility of full-time, dependent on learner recruitment)

Salary Scale: £26,940-£30,322 per annum, pro rata (0.8)

 

We would like to present an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team at Access to Music, London (Kilburn). We are seeking an inspirational teacher and Musician to manage our level 3 Music Performance provision at the centre.

 

The successful candidate will become part of a national music college that has been at the forefront of music education for over 25 years; inspiring learners looking to find a place within the music industry. Access to Music was rated ‘Good’, by Ofsted in 2016; and as ‘Outstanding’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in December 2014 and 2015
 

You will be welcomed into a stimulating musical and creative environment where you will work alongside dedicated teachers, musicians and support staff delivering high quality and inclusive teaching and learning. Through creating a positive climate and setting high expectations for the course team in relation to standards of student achievement and the quality of teaching, you will support the Business through the achievement of annual targets for learner retention and success.
 

You will be experienced in all aspects of music performance, and have a working knowledge of Studio Recording, keyboard with a DAW, along with notation and scoring skills to grade 5, personal tutor responsibilities to music performance students and some aspects of Music in the Media, music industry and marketing.

You will have the ability to support learners through their study programmes which includes both maths and English. The ability to deliver excellent lessons, support the development of transferable skills to employment, including self-employment and to be able to call upon
previous industry and portfolio experience is essential.


The successful candidate will have:

• Current and relevant industry knowledge and experience.
• A passion for performance
• Teaching experience, with the ability to teach at level 3.
• Instrumental experience.
• Performance experience
• The experience of managing people and resources.
• Studio and/or live recording experience.
• The ability to lead a course team through support.
• The ability to work flexibly as part of a team.
• The ability to make a contribution to the development of the curriculum and resources.
• The suitability to work with children and young people.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• A commitment to provide an outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students.
• A commitment to the organisation’s values, with a particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning).
• A proactive approach demonstrating an openness to change.
• A commitment to continuing professional development.
• A commitment to equality of opportunity.
• The ability to meet targets and objectives both personally and organisationally

Essential Qualifications:

• A formal teaching qualification at level 4 (CTLLS or equivalent) or above.
• A degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant subject area.

Knowledge and Experience:

• A significant and successful experience of teaching music performance skills.
• The experience of working in FE.
• The experience of the post-16 age group.
• A demonstrable record of success in previous roles.
• Knowledge and understanding of mechanisms for the identification, assessment and support of learner needs
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these


To Apply have your CV ready for upload along with a covering letter containing a personal statement telling us why your skills, knowledge and experience make you the person we are looking for.  

 

Applications to reach us by 21st August 2017.

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.

Access To Music are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.


Learning Services Tutor
(Deadline - Mon 21 Aug 2017, Location - Access to Music London (Kilburn), Salary - £26,940-£30,322 per annum)

Location: Access to Music London (Kilburn)

Commencing: Immediately

Hours: 30 per week (0.8 pro rata)

Salary: £26,940-£30,322 per annum, pro rata

 

Access to Music are looking for a Learning Services Tutor to help deliver an outstanding student experience for learners engaged on our courses. This role will include the provision of pastoral care and support, additional learning support (ALS) and the wider employability work experience elements of the learners study programmes. Your support will be tailored to each individual learner to maximise their potential, retention and achievement.

 

The successful candidate will become part of a national music college that has been at the forefront of music education for over 20 years, inspiring learners looking to find a place within the music industry. we were rated ‘Good’, by Ofsted in 2016 and as ‘Outstanding’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in December 2014.

 

You will be welcomed into a stimulating environment where you will work alongside dedicated teachers, creative artists and support staff to deliver inclusive, high quality teaching and learning.
 

The successful candidate will have...
 

Qualifications:
● Hold a relevant degree or relevant professional qualification at level 3 or above.
● Proven expertise in your subject area, qualified to a minimum of level 3.
● Hold a recognised teaching qualification at level 4 or above or currently studying for one.
● To be able to demonstrate a profile of grade 1 or 2 lessons observation, where appropriate
 

Knowledge and Experience:
● Experience of managing successful teams, preferably in an FE setting.
● Experience of managing student support in the areas of, pastoral care, additional learning support and employability skills.
● Experience of managing and developing provision to ensure it is run efficiently and effectively.
● Good IT skills, experience of using a database to analyse student data
● Ability to prioritise workload.
● Experience of working with a wide range of learners at different levels.
 

Skills / Competencies:
● Self drive and motivation
● Excellent team skills
● Excellent communication skills – written and oral
● The ability to inspire, enthuse and motivate staff
● Good organisational skills, being able to prioritise workloads and meet deadlines
● Ability to work under pressure
● Ability to build and maintain collaborative working arrangements with external agencies
● Experience of producing reports using statistical data
 

Please have an up to date copy of your CV ready to apply.  Applications close for this post on 21st August 2017.


CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

 

This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.
 

Access to Music is committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.


Course Manager - Level 1 Introduction to Music
(Deadline - Mon 21 Aug 2017, Location - Access to Music, London Shoreditch, Salary - £26,940-£30,322 per annum)

Commencing: Immediately

Hours: Part-time, 15 hours per week (0.4 pro rata)

Salary Scale: £26,940-£30,322 per annum, pro rata

Location: Access to Music London, Shoreditch

 

We would like to present an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team at Access to Music, London (Shoreditch). We are seeking an inspirational teacher and Musician to manage our Level 1 provision at the centre.

 

The successful candidate will become part of a national music college that has been at the forefront of music education for over 25 years; inspiring learners looking to find a place within the music industry. Access to Music was rated ‘Good’, by Ofsted in 2016; and as ‘Outstanding’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in December 2014 and 2015
 

You will be welcomed into a stimulating musical and creative environment where you will work alongside dedicated teachers, musicians and support staff delivering high quality and inclusive teaching and learning. Through creating a positive climate and setting high expectations for the course team in relation to standards of student achievement and the quality of teaching, you will support the Business through the achievement of annual targets for learner retention and success.
 

You will be experienced in all aspects of music performance, and have a working knowledge of Studio Recording, keyboard with a DAW, along with notation and scoring skills to grade 5, personal tutor responsibilities to music performance students and some aspects of Music in the Media, music industry and marketing.

You will have the ability to support learners through their study programmes which includes both maths and English. The ability to deliver excellent lessons, support the development of transferable skills to employment, including self-employment and to be able to call upon previous industry and portfolio experience is essential.


The successful candidate will have:

• Current and relevant industry knowledge and experience.
• A passion for performance
• Teaching experience, with the ability to teach levels 1 and 2.
• Instrumental experience.
• Performance experience
• The experience of managing people and resources.
• Studio and/or live recording experience.
• The ability to lead a course team through support.
• The ability to work flexibly as part of a team.
• The ability to make a contribution to the development of the curriculum and resources.
• The suitability to work with children and young people.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• A commitment to provide an outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students.
• A commitment to the organisation’s values, with a particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning).
• A proactive approach demonstrating an openness to change.
• A commitment to continuing professional development.
• A commitment to equality of opportunity.
• The ability to meet targets and objectives both personally and organisationally

Essential Qualifications:

• A formal teaching qualification at level 4 (CTLLS or equivalent) or above.
• A degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant subject area.

Knowledge and Experience:

• A significant and successful experience of teaching music performance skills.
• The experience of working in FE.
• The experience of the post-16 age group.
• A demonstrable record of success in previous roles.
• Knowledge and understanding of mechanisms for the identification, assessment and support of learner needs
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these


To Apply have your CV ready for upload along with a covering letter containing a personal statement telling us why your skills, knowledge and experience make you the person we are looking for.  

Applications to reach us by 21st August 2017.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!


This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.

Access To Music are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.


Course Manager, Vocal Artist
(Deadline - Mon 21 Aug 2017, Location - Access to Music, London Shoreditch, Salary - £26,940-£30,322 per annum)

Location: Access to Music London Shoreditch

Commencing: Immediately

Hours: Part-time, 22.5 hours per week

Salary Scale: £26,940 - £30,322 per annum, pro rata

 

We would like to present an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team at Access to Music, London (Shoreditch). We are seeking an inspirational teacher and Vocal Artist to manage our Level 3 vocal artist provision at the Centre.

 

The successful candidate will become part of a national music college that has been at the forefront of music education for over 20 years; inspiring learners looking to find a place within the music industry. Access to Music was rated ‘Good’, by Ofsted in 2016; and as ‘Outstanding’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in December 2014.
 

You will be welcomed into a stimulating musical and creative environment where you will work alongside dedicated teachers, musicians and support staff delivering high quality and inclusive teaching and learning. Through creating a positive climate and setting high expectations for the course team in relation to standards of student achievement and the quality of teaching, you will support the Business through the achievement of annual targets for learner retention and success.
 

You will be experienced in all aspects of music performance, in particular, vocal coaching, Studio Recording, Harmony and Performance classes, song writing and ensemble work, personal tutor responsibilities to Vocal Artist students and aspects of Music in the Media, Contextual and some work with Artist development Level 4.

You will have the ability to support learners through their study programmes which include both maths and English. The ability to deliver excellent lessons, support the development of transferable skills to employment, including self-employment and to be able to call upon
previous industry and portfolio experience is essential.


The successful candidate will have:

• Current and relevant industry knowledge.
• A passion for singing and a successful track record of vocal coaching.
• The experience of working in the industry.
• Teaching experience, with the ability to teach both level 2 and 3.
• Instrumental experience.
• Performance experience
• The experience of managing people and resources.
• Studio and / or live recording experience.
• The ability to lead a course team through support.
• The ability to work flexibly as part of a team.
• The ability to make a contribution to the development of the curriculum and resources.
• The suitability to work with children and young people.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• A commitment to provide an outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students.
• A commitment to the organisation’s values, with a particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning).
• A proactive approach demonstrating an openness to change.
• A commitment to continuing professional development.
• A commitment to equality of opportunity.
• The ability to meet targets and objectives both personally and organisationally

Essential Qualifications:

• A formal teaching qualification at level 4 (CTLLS or equivalent) or above.
• A degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant subject area.

Knowledge and Experience:

• Significant successful experience of teaching vocal skills.
• Experience of working in FE.
• The experience of the post-16 age group.
• A demonstrable record of success in previous roles.
• Knowledge and understanding of mechanisms for the identification, assessment and support of learner needs
• Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these


To Apply have your CV ready for upload along with a covering letter containing a personal statement telling us why your skills, knowledge and experience make you the person we are looking for.

The closing date for applications is Monday 21st August 2017.

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY!


This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.

Access To Music are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.


Artist Development Level 4 Course Manager - ATM Norwich
(Deadline - Tue 22 Aug 2017, Location - Norwich, Salary - £24054 - £27073)

Hours: Part-time, 15 hours per week (0.4 pro rata)

Salary: £24,054 - £27,073 per annum, pro rata

Location: Access to Music, Norwich

Commencing: ASAP

We would like to present an exciting opportunity to join and contribute to a dynamic team at Access to Music, Norwich based at EPIC in the centre of Norwich.

We are seeking an inspirational teacher and Course Manager for our Artist Development level 4 provision at the Norwich centre. You will have the ability to develop artists by using your extensive music industry knowledge and network of music industry experts to guide career development. Using your network contacts you will be able to enhance learning experience through collaboration with the music industry to offer numerous gig opportunities, festival appearances, industry conferences and writing/production collaborations.

The successful candidate will become part of a national music provider that has been at the forefront of music education for 25 years, inspiring learners looking to find a place within the music industry. Access to Music was rated good by Ofsted in 2016 and outstanding by the Independent Schools Inspectorate in December 2015.

You will be welcomed into a stimulating musical and creative environment where you will work alongside dedicated teachers, musicians and support staff delivering high quality and inclusive teaching and learning. You will create a positive climate and set high expectations for the course team in relation to standards of student achievement and the quality of teaching. Your input will support the business through the achievement of annual targets for learner retention and success.

You will have the ability to support learners through their study programmes which includes both maths and English. The ability to deliver excellent lessons, support the development of transferable skills to employment, including self-employment and to be able to call upon previous industry and portfolio experience is essential.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Extensive current and relevant industry knowledge.
  • Experience of working in the industry, including knowledge and experience of:
    • Music marketing and promotion.
    • Artist management.
    • Event management.
    • Good working knowledge of production, composition and performance.
  • Teaching experience with a particular focus on level 4 learners.
  • Experience of managing people and resources.
  • The ability to lead and support a course team.
  • The ability to work flexibly as part of a team.
  • The ability to make a contribution to the development of the curriculum and resources.
  • The suitability to work with young people.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • A commitment to provide an outstanding and inspirational service to staff and students.
  • A commitment to the organisation’s values, with particular focus on student success (through excellence in teaching & learning).
  • A proactive approach demonstrating an openness to change.
  • A commitment to continuing professional development.
  • A commitment to equality of opportunity.
  • The ability to meet targets and objectives both personally and organisationally.

Essential Qualifications:

  • A formal teaching qualification at level 4 (CTLLS or equivalent) or above.
  • A degree or equivalent professional qualification in a relevant subject area.

Knowledge and Experience

  • Experience of working in FE/HE
  • Experience of the 16+ age group.
  • A proven record of developing practitioners in the music industry
  • A demonstrable knowledge of and connectivity to the UK festival scene
  • A demonstrable record of success in previous roles.
  • Significant successful experience of teaching on the relevant course area.
  • Knowledge and understanding of mechanisms for the identification, assessment and support of learner needs.
  • Understanding of equality and diversity within the curriculum, barriers to learning and strategies to overcome them.

Our course managers are at the heart of our education management team so it’s essential that you are conversant with current professional practices within your field of expertise.

To apply please have ready, an up to date version of your CV and a covering letter telling us how your skills, knowledge and experience match the requirements of the post.

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This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Access to Music exercises appropriate care in the appointment and selection of those who will work with young people and vulnerable adults.

Access To Music are committed to providing an inclusive and supportive environment for work.