At our Saturday Centre for individual cello tuition. Availability on Saturday mornings (2 hours)
The deadline for applications is Sunday 11th July at 12am Online interviews/auditions will be on Tuesday 20th July & Wednesday 21st July To find out more and apply, please visit https://www.lewishammusic.org/vacancies If you have any queries, please contact Lewisham Music on 020 3637 8088 or email@example.com
Who Are We?
Lewisham Music is a music education
charity and the Music Education Hub for the London Borough of Lewisham,
supported by funding for Arts Council England. We deliver, support
and promote a broad range of music education opportunities for children and young
people both within schools and in the community.
Our Hub network comprises partner
organisations including The Albany, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London
Symphony Orchestra, Lewisham Education Arts Network, Midi Music Company,
Phoenix Community Housing and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance.
We became an independent charity in 2017,
In June 2019 we moved into new premises
at The Fellowship, Bellingham, a new cultural centre which includes a cinema
and live music, theatre and comedy venue. Providing learning opportunities to
young people and supporting music education in schools across the borough
remains a key part of our mission, however our new base gives us a fantastic
opportunity for us to expand our offer and the communities with which we
engage, creating a vibrant hub for music-making in Bellingham and beyond.
Find out more about Lewisham
Why Work For Lewisham
Successful applicants will have the
opportunity to work in Lewisham schools and academies, as well as our
after-school and Saturday Centre, holiday courses, events, and creative
projects at our new premises at The Fellowship Star and in collaboration with Hub
As well as offering instrument hire,
instrumental and vocal lessons (for individuals, groups and whole classes),
music theory classes, bands and ensembles and CPD and training for
professionals, Lewisham Music is diversifying to include music production,
songwriting, rap, cross-genre creative programmes and more. We also
have received significant funding to deliver programmes focused on Equality
Diversity and Inclusion, mental health, and supporting the talent of children
from low-income households.
Our core work is with 5-18 year olds
but we are work to expand our reach to include Early Years and adults.
This is an exciting time to join
Lewisham Music, well offer you the opportunity to make a real difference to
our local community and to develop yourself as a professional.
Our music tutors are PAYE, allowing
access to employment benefits such as a Teachers Pension.
are looking for the following specialisms to begin work in September:
can be across the borough of Lewisham, and occasionally further afield.
Our new premises at The Fellowship
& Star is on Randlesdown Road, SE6 3BT.
Our Saturday Music Centre runs at
Prendergast Vale School, Elmira Street, SE13 7BN.
Lewisham Music Standard Music Tutor
rate (inclusive of holiday pay):
£30.35 per hour
This post is subject to an enhanced
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Lewisham Music is committed to
safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable
adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share and demonstrate this
How To Apply
The deadline for applications is Sunday
11th July at 12am
Online interviews/auditions will be on
Tuesday 20th July & Wednesday 21st July
find out more and apply, please visit https://www.lewishammusic.org/vacancies
If you have any queries, please contact Lewisham Music on 020 3637 8088
Commitment To Equality
Lewisham Music is committed to cultivating and
preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion. This is done by celebrating
and valuing individual differences. We are proud to be an equal
Any identifying personal information on your
application will be removed prior to the shortlisting process. This information
will only be reviewed after the interview process to ensure that we are
reaching a diverse range of candidates, and to help us continually review our
recruitment process to ensure it is fully inclusive and accessible to all.