Music Education UK

University of York | Campus Central, Harewood Way, Heslington, United Kingdom


Interviews will take place on 12 or 13 February 2018 (to be confirmed).

The University of York is one of the most successful universities in the UK.

With world-class activity across the spectrum from the physical sciences, life sciences and social sciences to the humanities, it has been recognised as one of the top 100 universities in the world, gaining outstanding results in official assessments of its research and teaching.

£38,832-£47,722 a year


The University of York is looking for a capable leader who will work in a new discipline area at the intersection of entrepreneurial practice, culture management, music education and community work.

You will need to be familiar with relevant theory and practice within relevant discipline areas including domains such as culture Management, start-ups and partnerships in addition to the musical issues surrounding social enterprise, collaborative practice, education and outreach provision. The department already has significant strength in the areas of Community Music and Music Education and we are looking to complement this provision with an outward-facing, innovative new course of international relevance.

Your essential skills, experience and qualifications for this role will include:

  • a PhD in Music, Music Education, Music or Culture Management
  • specialist subject knowledge in Music Enterprise, Education and Culture Management
  • experience of leading and designing both Masters and Undergraduate level courses
  • evidence of a strong track record in research

The role includes teaching, research and administration elements:

  • You will design, develop and deliver teaching for MA and undergraduate programmes and modules.
  • Initially, you will develop and deliver a new Masters level course through which we wish to proactively help musicians be equipped for the challenges of working in a fast-changing, 21st-century climate.
  • You will develop research objectives, projects and proposals, carry out research and contribute to the production of research outputs and outcomes.
  • You will also be expected to supervise and examine research students. In addition, you will effectively undertake a range of administrative and managerial responsibilities.

21 February 2018

Music Education UK

Leicester-Shire Music and Cultural Trust | Leicestershire, United Kingdom

If you are interested in joining this pool, please send an up-to-date CV with the name of two referees, together with a statement of no more than 200 words describing what you are able to offer.

Candidates who are not already LSMS Associate Teachers will be interviewed and appointments to the pool will be dependent on the relevant checking processes.

Expressions of interest should be sent to leicsmct@gmail.com and it is intended that interviews will take place at mutually convenient times.

The Leicester-Shire Music and Cultural Trust is a registered Charity (Registered Charity Number 1163682) set up towards the end of 2015 to work alongside Leicester-Shire Schools Music Service (LSMS) and the Leicester-Shire Music Education Hub (LMEH). 

Contracts for services for successful applicants will be available and the teaching and coaching rate will be around £30 per hour all inclusive.


The Leicester-Shire Music and Cultural Trust is looking to develop a pool of self-employed music tutors who would be available to be called upon as and when opportunities for work arise.

The work could include covering for absent staff, engagement in specific short- and long-term partnership projects, coaching of ensembles on an occasional or regular basis or teaching groups and individuals within targeted projects.

However, all applicants must have experience of teaching a class/group of students – in line with the Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET projects).

They are particularly looking for specialist Music Teachers and instructors on the following instruments:

  • Brass
  • Djembe
  • Guitar (Acoustic)
  • Percussion (including Samba not drum kit)
  • Strings
  • Ukulele
  • Woodwind

21 February 2018

Future DJs

Future DJs | Manchester, United Kingdom

Please fill out the application form on the Future DJs website.

North-West England

We are an education-focussed agency offering fully DBS-screened, highly qualified DJ & music production tutors to Key Stage 3 & 4 students.

In line with the new AQA GCSE specifications which allow the use of DJ equipment in performances and ensembles, students can take advantage of our programme of study on a weekly peripatetic basis, learning industry standard skills in both DJing and music production.


We are always looking for professional DJs to come on board as FutureDJs tutors.

If you are successful in joining the team, you will enjoy the opportunity to work in schools local to you with flexible hours and a fantastic rate of pay. All of the schools offering our services to their pupils have been equipped with the latest Pioneer DJ equipment.

Please fill out the application form on our website if you would like to inspire the next generation in your area, building their confidence whilst they acquire new skills.

21 February 2018

Hertfordshire Music Service

East of England


Hertfordshire Music Service, Lead Partner of Hertfordshire Music Hub, welcomes enquiries from teachers who would like to work for us. 

When no specific posts are advertised, please contact us using the details below. Interest in, and experience of, delivering Whole Class tuition is particularly valuable, as is experience of working with SEND pupils.

Contact email: musichr@hertfordshire.gov.uk.

21 February 2018