St Paul’s Grammar School is seeking a motivated and reliable brass tutor to work in the Music Academy Conservatorium Programme. The SPGS Music Academy offers positive, rigorous and contemporary instruction and experiences in a range of instruments, musical styles, musical ensembles and speech and drama. The Conservatorium Program offers individual or group lessons on campus from 14 peripatetic tutors who are highly qualified and committed to the arts. The successful candidate needs to possess experience with a wide range of musical styles. Skills and experience to teach a second instrument are desirable for the position.
For more information, please contact Mrs Cathy Jarman firstname.lastname@example.org or please see information below on how to apply.
St Paul’s Grammar School is a dynamic working environment, offering a range of benefits and career opportunities for staff in a collegial and caring Christian environment.
All staff are employed under the applicable Multi Enterprise Agreement (Click here to read 1: Teaching and 2: Support/Organisational) which clearly outlines all working conditions and are required to sign a Declaration of Faith.
St Paul’s recognises the importance of family and strives to foster a work-life balance. Our school is proud to be an accredited Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace by the Australian Breastfeeding Association.
St Paul’s is dedicated to providing staff with a comprehensive Professional Development programme, which is annually reviewed. This broadly encompasses areas such as best practice in education, Christian perspectives, welfare, technology, OH&S and compliance issues. Training through external providers is also encouraged to ensure our staff are equipped to face the challenges of a modern school. Such training supports staff in their Key Learning Area or field of work and is intended to facilitate advancement of career aspirations. As an IB World School, offering three continuous programmes of study, staff are provided with extensive, on-going, fully-funded training, offered both internally and by the IBO. New Staff are offered opportunities for mentoring, to ensure a smooth transition into the school.
Staff are able to participate in Cultural Tours (Egypt and Europe), Language Tours (Noumea, Spain, China), service-oriented trips (Cambodia), Duke of Edinburgh hikes, as well as teaching opportunities in our Sister Schools in China.
Staff are encouraged to develop their skills and utilise their gifts in areas they find rewarding. At St Paul’s these roles are many, including: House patrons, leading Co-curricular areas such as Sport, Christian Fellowship, Debating, Chess and in Performing Arts activities and groups.
St Paul’s advertises all employment positions on www.seek.com.au as well as this web site.
St Paul 's welcomes applications from enthusiastic, skilled teachers for casual availability.
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