Cello Tutor / Teacher - Long Service Leave Replacement - Closes Friday 24 March 2017
PLC requires an experienced Cello Teacher for 2 days per week. Experience in conducting String ensembles would be advantageous.
The successful applicant will be a dynamic music educator with a proven record of excellence in both teaching and performing. They will be required to teach individual Cello classes in the Senior School as well as take part in the Co-curricular Music Program of the College. It is expected that the successful applicant will demonstrate a thorough understanidng of the pedagogical principles of both general music education and more specifically, Cello playing and teaching. Conducting experience would be viewed favourably.
- hold either a Graduate or Postgraduate study of music
- demonstrate a high level of competenence as an innovative Cello teacher – beginner to advanced (Diploma) level
- demonstrate high quality teaching skills which enable students to reach their full potential
- have ability and experience in leading Cello ensembles from beginner to advanced. Good conducting skills would be advantageous
- be able to work well under pressure, be flexible and manage a number of competing demands
- demonstrate commitment to a quality music program and the development / growth in student numbers learning the Cello
- have the ability to develop constructive relationships with students which engender positive attitudes to learning
- show demonstrated willingness to explore the use of technology in the teaching of music
- demonstrate highly developed skills on chosen instrument
- have current VIT Registration or a Working With Children Check for Employees
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How To Apply
Download and complete the application form Application for Employment, and attach your covering letter and CV, including references (optional), copies of university transcripts and the names and telephone numbers of three confidential referees, and email to email@example.com or post by 24 March 2017.