Teaching Job

United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom
Posted: 17 Feb 2020
The Children's Music Academy

The Children's Music Academy

Fantastic Piano Teaching Position at The Children's Music Academy in Central London

(Part-time)
The Children’s Music Academy is looking for an excellent piano teacher who have a great understanding of children’s music education and a vivid interest in passing her remarkable knowledge on to them.

As providing an excellent piano education to children who live in Central London (zones 1 and 2) is our mission and passion, we strive to provide the highest piano instruction to children who either want to learn how to play or improve their skills with highly qualified and experienced piano teachers.

We would be delighted to hear from you if you believe that you possess the right set of skills to fulfil this piano teaching position.

Candidate Requirements:

- Excellent English, both verbal and written
- Being highly qualified from a renowned music university
- Having at least three years of teaching experience
- Having a flexible approach and being able to adapt to various individuals
- Having a broad experience in teaching toddlers, children and teenagers
- Being familiar with the ABRSM or Trinity College grade examinations
- Being able to teach all levels from beginners to advanced (grade 8 +)
- Being available from Monday to Thursday (3pm to 7pm) as well as on Saturday between 9am and 5pm
- Being happy to travel to the children’s residence in Central London (zones 1 and 2)

If you are interested in joining our fantastic team of music instructors, please email your CV, photograph of yourself and reference letter to Celine Gaurier-Joubert - contact@cma.london

Please note that you will only be invited to attend an interview if you get selected upon revision of your application.
Closing date: n/a
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