Emerging Educators - Two new roles

Alex Noble

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Music Masters is delighted to be introducing two exciting, year-long and paid teaching and training opportunities for aspiring music educators with a keen interest in music and social change. These Emerging Educator roles are a chance to gain first hand group teaching experience and work with an inspiring team of teachers in their Flagship Primary Schools in London.

There are two different roles, both designed as routes into the workforce for music educators at different stages in their career and for those from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds.

1. The first Emerging Educator role is for a Violinist. As well as supporting group teaching, you will take on an internship role that will also support a busy office team and develop your skills and understanding within an organisation at the forefront of innovation in music education, from engaging with fundraising, to events planning, to the logistics behind programme delivery, and more.

2. The second Emerging Educator role is for a Cellist or Double Bass Player. As well as teaching within our Flagship Primary Schools, you will also take up a fully funded place on the Musicians of Change (PGCEi) Programme which will gain you a Masters-Level teaching qualification and introduce you to a community of inspiring music educators developing cutting edge teaching skills in equality, diversity and inclusion across the UK.

https://www.musicmasters.org.uk/work-with-us

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