Peripatetic Tutors

Peripatetic Tutors

Friday, 5 August 2022, 5.00pm

The Ulster Orchestra, along with their partners Colin Neighbourhood Partnership, Shankill Children’s Zone and Queen's University Innovation Zones, are seeking experienced and qualified music tutors to be part of our flagship Crescendo Project. The partners’ vision is to improve outcomes for children through music.

The project aims to increase the resilience, aspirations, and emotional development of children from areas of social and economic disadvantage through a programme of music skills development, to increase participants’ musical skills while contributing to their improved wellbeing and self-worth.

Situated in four schools in north and west Belfast, the project aims to deliver weekly workshops with P1-P3 classes to develop fundamental music skills and progressing to learning orchestral instruments from P4-P7.

We are currently recruiting tutors in the following instruments:

Violin
Viola
Flute
Cello
Double Bass
Percussion

There will be a range of part-time hours available depending on the instrument and to suit the needs of the project. Posts will be offered on a worker status contract.

Further information about requirements for the posts can be found on our careers page (see link below).

To apply, please email your CV to [email protected] along with a statement outlining your suitability for the peripatetic role. Please note that you must provide clear evidence of how you meet each of the Essential Criteria in your statement for your application to be considered. Desirable Criteria will be used where there is a high volume of applicants meeting the Essential Criteria.

Closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 5th August 2022, with interviews to take place by the end of August. Successful candidates must be available to commence from October 2022.

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