The teacher will be responsible for delivering the school’s Woodwind Ensemble Programme and delivering and expanding the Woodwind Programme at BIS-NY. They will be responsible to the Head of Music.
Key responsibilities of the Woodwind Ensemble Teacher include, but are not limited to:
To teach Woodwind Ensemble classes to students in Years 6 and 7 encompassing students on a range of abilities:
Year 6 – two 40 minute classes per week, all beginners
Year 7 – one 80 minute class per week, all beginners
The teacher will be supported with allocated preparation time for each session.
To plan and teach engaging sessions for students, meeting the needs of all learners as appropriate. This includes preparing and arranging music, differentiating for groups, and planning support and stretch resources as necessary.
To set and monitor appropriate at home learning tasks for students.
To offer and teach support sessions to individuals and groups of students as necessary.
To collaborate more widely with other Music teachers, in preparing repertoire and performances.
To write student reports each term and into ManageBac computer management system.
To use rewards and sanctions appropriately to motivate students and ensure progress, including collaborating with other staff and parents as necessary.
To communicate with parents and classroom teachers as appropriate.
To manage all woodwind related resources, ensuring students have working equipment and relevant resources, and ordering replacements and repairs in conjunction with the Head of Music as necessary. Perform instrument inventory at the beginning and at the end of the school year, to ensure all instruments are accounted for.
To be available for weekly whole school staff meetings and biweekly Music Department meetings
To be available for additional timings and days for meetings, ensemble performances and rehearsals.
To support and be proactive in continuing to develop and expand BIS-NY’s Ensemble Music Program.
Key responsibilities of the Woodwind Peripatetic Instrumental Teacher include, but are not limited to:
To teach students using the most appropriate methods for the individual students, including but not limited to ABRSM, traditional, etc.
To plan and teach engaging lessons to students of ranging abilities.
To set and monitor at home learning for students.
To communicate effectively with parents, classroom teachers, and the Head of Music on students’ progress, and coordinating lesson logistics and scheduling.
To prepare students for the ABRSM exams, end of term Recitals, and other performances.
To accompany students, or arrange accompaniment of students as appropriate.
To attend peri-recitals and performances to support students, as appropriate (peri-recital attendance is paid).
To apply for this position, please submit the following to the Head of Music, Ms. Gianna Viola, at firstname.lastname@example.org:
A cover letter
A lesson plan/materials
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Friday, June 24th, 2022.
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