Music Tutors required for Crescendo Project – closing 5 Jan

The Ulster Orchestra, along with their partners Colin Neighbourhood Partnership, Shankill Children’s Zone and The Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation at Queen’s University, 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.

To apply

Further information on requirements for the job can be found in the attached job description and person specification. You can find out more about working at the Ulster Orchestra by visiting UU”s careers page.

Peripatetic Tutor Job Posting Dec 2021 Cello (docx)

Please provide your CV and a one A4 page statement outlining your suitability for the peripatetic role and how you meet the specifications above.

Your expression of interest should be forwarded to by 5pm on Wednesday 5th January 2022. Interviews will take place on 13 and/or 14 January 2022.

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