Instrumental Music Teacher - Guitar (0.75-1.0 FTE)

Whitefriars College Inc


Secondary Teacher

Teaching Subject: Music

Contract Type: Contract Position Part Time (0.75 FTE)

Applications Close: 17 February 2023

Whitefriars College is a Catholic boys school in the Carmelite tradition. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and experienced teacher of Instrumental Music (Guitar) for 0.75-1.0 FTE contract with the College. Whitefriars College is a Child Safe school. This community is committed to the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children in our care.

<p>Directly responsible to the Learning Leader - Performing Arts and ultimately responsibly to the Principal, the Guitar tutor should be dynamic, suitably qualified and passionate. In addition to duties teaching both contemporary and classical guitar to students from Years 7 to VCE, the role also encompasses accompaniment of students undertaking internally and externally assessed music performance examinations, College performances and the accompaniment of the College choir at Masses and College celebrations. </p><p>The Guitar tutor also takes on the responsibility as an ensemble director for contemporary and classically focused ensembles, is directly responsible to the Learning Leader - Performing Arts and ultimately responsible to the Principal. The direction and management of an engaging, inclusive and vigorous performance ensemble is the aim for the person in this role. </p><p>This is a part time position (approximately four days a week with scope to grow through new enrolment) beginning as soon as possible and will continue for a Fixed Term.</p><p>It is expected of all employed at Whitefriars College that they accept and support the ethos of the Carmelite order, and activities directed at the broader aims of the College (eg the Carmelite mission in Timor-Leste).</p><p>Whitefriars College is a Child Safe School. </p><p>For a detailed copy of the Position Description please visit </p><p>Applications must include all required documentation and be emailed to employment&#64; and addressed to: </p><p>Mr Mark Murphy </p><p>Principal </p><p>Applications close 4.00pm on Friday, 17 February 2023.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>
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