Subject: Guitar, Drums and Cello
Music teachers provide and music training for children and adults of all ages. Teachers may work at a variety of levels teaching different musical skills to either individuals or groups.
- Plan individual lessons for the term and evaluate students’ performance at the end of the term.
- Teach individual and/or group lessons with the school’s teaching method and syllabus.
- Communicate with the school about students’ lessons and progress.
- Prepare students for performances, examinations, auditions and festivals;
- Expand personal musical experience by becoming familiar with the music which your students listen to and become familiar with other musical styles and develop personal improvisational skills;
- Help students develop improvisation skills.
- Plan and further your professional development by gaining increased teaching or performance experience and continue personal performance activities;
- Attend all meetings and training session as required by the school.
- Music degree.
- Excellent musical performance and teaching skills.
- Patience, dedication and a positive attitude, in addition to knowing effective strategies for integrating students.
- Able to deal with students who have behavioral disorders or developmental or learning disabilities.
- Able to convey your enthusiasm and excitement for music to your students to help instill them a desire to learn.
- Ability to motivate others.
- Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
- A Curriculum Vitae.
- A Cover Letter/Letter of Application explaining your interest in the position and SMPAA and what special qualities you believe you will bring to the position that may not be part of your CV.
- A recording of a performance (made within 30 days of your application).