We are expanding our team once again. As our classes and after school clubs grow, we are looking for individuals to become part of our team as a performing arts teacher. For those that choose to work with us we offer training in our unique techniques and mentoring and coaching for all of our team.
Post: Freelance After School Club Performing arts tutor
Rate of Pay: £7.20 an hour
Application Deadline: ongoing
We are looking for someone able to work set sessions each week which may include evening and weekend work.
The appointee will be expected to have an interest and experience of working with children and young people and have or be working towards a qualification in performing arts and desirably, teaching. It is essential that the individual has an interest in progressing their career within education and community arts, with the view of working with A Mind Apart on a longer term basis.
Working closely with the Project Manager the applicant will be expected to plan and run after school clubs and community classes throughout the city, and maintain the basic administration around the classes they teach. We have immediate availability for this post throughout Sheffield. The opportunity may be suitable for someone starting out in their career or for someone already with a part time job but wanting extra work. There will be opportunity for further teaching work and professional development throughout the organisation with other age groups, according to your experiences, qualifications and enthusiasm to work with us. We are always happy to discuss working hours and where possible work around those individuals that also have part time work elsewhere, but this post is for weekly sessions which we would expect you to commit to until the end of the academic year at least.
It will be preferred if the candidate holds a driving license, although this is not essential. The chosen applicant must have a DBS check and may be subject to one if they do not currently hold one.
All relevant training will be given to the candidate, but those already holding safeguarding and first aid training may be at an advantage.
Successful applicants will be motivated, enthusiastic, reliable and enjoy working as part of a team, while being prepared to work within our values and ethos as an organisation.
To find out more about the post please contact Natasha McGowan on 0114 2321172 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply for the post please email your CV and covering letter to the email above.