Peripatetic Tutors (range of instruments & hours available)

Peripatetic Tutors (range of instruments & hours available)

Sunday, 16 June 2024, 11.55pm

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: 

Double Bass

There will be a range of hours available to suit the needs of the project, from approximately 3 hours to 10 hours a week.  You can find further information on our website.

To apply, please email your CV to [email protected] along with a statement of suitability (template available on our website).  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. 

Please note that you must also complete and return the attached Monitoring Form to [email protected] with Peri Tutor in the subject title. 

Closing date for applications is midnight on 16 June 2024. Interviews will take place on 19 or 20 June 2024, and ideally the successful candidates will be available to to attend an initial meeting in September 2024 with a view to commencing from w/c 7 October 2024.

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