Saltus Grammar School invites applications for the position of Instrumental Music Teacher - Brass commencing September 2019.
The successful candidate will be a qualified and experienced brass teacher, capable of teaching Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Euphonium and Tuba to students at the Primary (Elementary, Junior) and Secondary level. In addition, the successful candidate will manage and direct large and small ensembles. This position involves preparing students for ABRSM exams, including theory and report writing.
Candidates for the above position:
Must be a qualified teacher with a minimum of three years’ teaching experience.
Must have a degree in music and be highly proficient in performance.
Must be licensed by or qualified to be licensed by the Bermuda Educators Council.
Must have proven ability/success in teaching Primary (Elementary, Junior) and Secondary level students both individually and in groups.
Must demonstrate the ability to work in an academic environment.
Must have a proven ability in the use of information technology, with the ability to arrange music using Sibelius.
Must have excellent communication skills, with a high level of personal musicianship and enthusiasm about music, with the ability to motivate and inspire learners.
A proficiency in keyboard and/or knowledge of professional audio systems would be an advantage.
Must demonstrate the ability to work as a team to further the goals of the Music and Performing Arts Department.
Must have a commitment to the principles of independent education and be willing to contribute to extracurricular activities and the broader life of the School.
Must be committed to academic excellence and strive for positive relations with all students, parents and colleagues alike.
Must demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to change.
Must be willing to provide cover for absences and/or advisory.
Must be able to thrive in a busy environment.
Sense of humor.
Clean criminal record.
All applicants must provide a resume along with the following information: title of the position applied for, full name, date of birth, national status, full details of secondary and higher education and other qualifications with dates, full details of teaching and other experience (indicating schools, responsibilities and dates), and also the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three persons who are willing to provide confidential professional references, at least one of whom should be your current employer.
Candidates are requested to e-mail a cover letter and resume to the People and Culture Department at:
For further information on Saltus Grammar School, please visit the school's website at www.saltus.bm.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Saltus Grammar School
As Bermuda’s premier co-educational, independent day school for students aged 4 to 18, Saltus prides itself on a well-earned reputation for a rigorous academic programme that prepares students to succeed at universities around the world. Combined with our focus on community, inclusivity, and creativity, Saltus students have the opportunity to become compassionate, independent thinkers with a global mindset and the confidence to pursue their dreams.