We are seeking to appoint from 27th August 2019 a dynamic and talented teacher of Music Technology at A Level to join the distinguished Music Department. This would suit either an experienced music technology teacher or somebody who has taught or worked in a related field and could bring their experience to the role.
This is a permanent part-time post, which is likely to have a time allocation of around 50% of full time. This would entail between 9-12 periods of Music Technology each week, dependent on new intake recruitment.
For a suitably qualified and experienced teacher, the role of Teacher in Charge of Music Technology is remunerated by way of 0.5 period a week of remission from the teaching timetable and provides an opportunity for career development for an existing classroom teacher.
This would include, but not be limited to, leading ongoing development of the subject’s schemes of work, including provision of updated SharePoint material, advising the Director of Music on strategic developments for Music Technology, coordinating additional support needed for Music Technology students including subject workshops, monitoring student progress, including liaison with parents, and line management of the Senior Music Technician.
For teachers who wish to contribute to the College’s programme of Extended Curriculum there may be opportunities to increase the overall percentage of teaching. The Extended Curriculum includes the College’s Enrichment Programme and the Extended Project. For example, in addition to A level Music Technology teaching, the current post holder teaches Music Technology and DJ Skills as part of the Enrichment programme.
Closing date: Monday 25th March 2019 at 9.00am
Interviews: Thursday 4th April 2019
Details and an application form may be obtained from our website www.hillsroad.ac.uk
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students and staff and expects all members of the College community, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. The College actively promotes equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.