St Peter’s Boys Prep is an independent, Anglican, Diocesan school.
We are known for our innovative approach to education and the warmth of our community. The school seeks educators who are committed to the profession and best practice, who embrace a culture of continual growth and learning and have a deep empathy for children and a passion for teaching and learning.
An opportunity exists for an exceptional Piano Teacher to join the school from 1 January 2023.
Required Qualifications and Experience
Minimum Grade 8 Piano qualification
Performers or Teachers Licentiate an advantage
At least 5 years’ teaching experience
Have experience working with the ABRSM and Trinity Syllabus
Have experience teaching keyboard ensembles
Knowledge of Contemporary and Jazz piano is an advantage
Experience teaching piano from grade 0 to grade 7 an advantage
Candidates should have the following attributes:
Have a passion for teaching piano and music.
The ability to make learning enjoyable and to encourage an atmosphere of mutual respect
A deep knowledge of piano and the ability to teach across the ability range
Highly effective communication and interpersonal skills
Creative problem-solving skills
A values-based approach to teaching
The intention to work according to the school’s ethos, specifications and policies
Excellent time management and organizational skills, including thorough record keeping and planning
Flexibility to work outside the timetabled school day
Duties (not an exhaustive list):
Teach individual piano lessons and keyboard ensembles from gr O – gr 7
Accompanying exam pupils and on occasion choir and/or events
Plan and teach interesting and engaging piano lessons
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. All successful applicants will be required to complete a full criminal check which must be maintained throughout the period of employment.
The appointment of candidates is at St Peter’s sole discretion, taking into account factors such as St Peter’s Employment Equity Policy. An application will not in itself entitle the applicant to an interview or appointment. St Peter’s Prep Schools in line with POPIA (the Protection of Personal Information Act) will attempt to ensure the confidentiality of all applicants for this role. All reasonable measures will be in place to protect personal information but will be used in the recruitment, selection and reporting process. By submitting your application for this position, you are recognising and accepting this disclaimer.
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