Visiting Music Teacher – Flute
Contract hours: Part time, dependent on the number of pupils requiring lessons
Salary: Competitive Salary
Closing date: 6 June 2023, 9:00 am
Uppingham School has an exciting opportunity for an experienced flute teacher to join our excellent musical team.
As a Visiting Flute Teacher, you will teach students of all levels and abilities in an array of styles, preparing students for graded examinations, GCSE and A Level performances as well as participation in events such as workshops, masterclasses and school concerts.
With a proud musical heritage dating back to 1865, music plays a fundamental role in the life of the School. The music department has a long-held reputation for excellence, boasting first class facilities, including three bespoke music schools and a team of 46 Visiting Music Teachers and five faculty Heads.
With demonstrable experience as a professional performer at a high level and an outstanding track record of instrumental teaching of different ages and abilities, we are looking for a personable, inspiring and supportive musician, who can motivate and engage pupils and develop the flute class at Uppingham.
In return Uppingham offers a community that values people. We are warm, compassionate, and mutually supportive. This is reflected in our working environment and the benefits we are able to offer:
- 50% contribution to premiums for School’s private health scheme
- Free membership of dual-use Sports Centre (£25 annual joining fee)
- Free staff lunches in term-time
- Free Westfield Healthcare
- School fee discount for children of staff
- Retail, gym, supermarket, cinema, and restaurant discounts
- Cycle to work scheme
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Occupational Health Services
- Free annual ‘flu jabs
- Recognised as a “Disability Confident” employer
- Recognised as a “Mindful” employer
Visiting Music Teacher – Flute – Candidate Information Pack
Please fill out the application form (below) and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Uppingham School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
All positions at the School are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, therefore ALL convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings (including those which would normally be considered ‘spent’ under the Act) MUST be declared, subject to the DBS filtering rules. All information given will be treated as confidential and each case will be taken on its merits. Failure to disclose this information may result in the withdrawal of an offer of employment or immediate termination of employment.
Uppingham School is an equal opportunities employer.
Working at Uppingham
Uppingham is a vibrant, stimulating, energetic and forward-looking school. Our community is made up of talented people offering a diverse range of experiences. We welcome applications from candidates who are both experienced and new to working within the independent education sector.