Music Tutors Vacancies

Published on 11/07/2023

Music Tutors

Variable hours based on demand 

Pay: £25 per hour (plus holiday allowance)

Accepting Applications

Sheffield Music Hub is recruiting to Various Tutor Roles.

We are looking to recruit new music tutors to join our team with the passion to inspire young people with a love of learning and making music. Tutors will register with our Agency Reed.

Interested applicants should send their CV and a covering letter (no more than 1 side of A4) to Helen.drake@sheffield.gov.uk If you have any further questions please contact Helen via email to arrange a conversation.

We have growing demand for:

Piano / Keys; Vocals; Drums; Guitar; DJ; Production; Rap / Beats; Brass; Cello; French Horn; Oboe

**We are also keen to hear from musicians with skills in any other area of musical expertise as we are experiencing record demand for provision across all activity and are keen to develop our workforce in all areas.**

The roles around DJ, production and rap / beats are new roles to our organisation and we are keen to develop links with a diverse range of artists and musicians. We’d welcome a conversation with anyone interested in exploring if the role is suitable for them as musicians.

We’re looking for musicians/educators who are specialists in the above skills who are eager to utilise this knowledge in the education of young people in both school and community settings. These roles will involve delivering workshops/sessions as part of Sheffield Music Hub’s school and community programme, including delivery of individual and group sessions often for children and young people facing challenging circumstances.

Work is offered on a variable contract, paid at £25 p.h. with additional holiday allowances arranged through Reed.

Hours are currently being developed for a September start and exact amount of teaching cannot be confirmed before then, however we are keen to know how much work potential tutors would like.

Applications are open now and rolling – they will be actioned upon receipt.

Interested applicants should send their CV and a covering letter (no more than 1 side of A4) to Helen.drake@sheffield.gov.uk If you have any further questions please contact Helen via email to arrange a conversation.

For more information about the agency please see www.reed.co.uk