Peripatetic Violin Teacher

Staff recruitment is currently continuing during the closure of the School. Where necessary we will endeavour to offer video or phone interviews in place of face-to-face meetings. This message will be updated should the situation change.

Richmond and Covent Garden

The Royal Ballet School is one of the world’s greatest centres of classical ballet training. Our mission is to nurture, train and educate exceptional young dancers for the Royal Ballet companies and other leading UK and international companies and to inspire the future of classical ballet training. Our vision is to be the best classical ballet school in the world.

We are seeking a Peripatetic Violin Teacher to work within our Music Department.

You will be qualified to degree level of performance, and have peripatetic teaching experience of secondary school aged students. You will be ready for an immediate start.

Duration: Ongoing during the academic year. White Lodge lessons are 40 minutes long. Upper School lessons are one hour long.

Hours: Initially, two to three White Lodge students per week (teaching takes place between 8.30am-4.00pm – teaching days can be flexible upon discussion with the Head of Music and potentially one Upper School student (typically Saturday mornings).

Location: White Lodge (Richmond Park) and Upper School (Covent Garden). Please consider the remote location of White Lodge prior to applying for this role.

Salary: £550 per student (for 27 lessons of 40 minutes over the academic year) for White Lodge students and £35 per hour (for up to 4 lessons per term) for Upper School students. Peripatetic staff invoice half termly.

Read the full job description.

To apply, please complete an application form and send it to [email protected].

Please note that we do not accept CVs under any circumstances. Please state on your application which post/s you are interested in.

Closing date: Friday 18 September 2020

Interviews: These will be held via Zoom on Tuesday 22 September 2020 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidates will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check and further pre-employment checks to comply with boarding school recruitment regulations.