Plan and prepare lessons in relation to individual students’ needs and examination syllabuses.
Teach music theory, aural skills, sight reading and practical techniques to students.
Asses students’ abilities, provide feedback and compile reports.
Create and maintain a safe and motivating learning environment
Continuously update professional knowledge and expertise, as appropriate, to keep up to date with developments in teaching practice and methodology, in general, and in the curriculum area of Music.
Ensure up-to-date knowledge and awareness of examination requirements.
Communicate effectively with the parents of students as appropriate.
Encourage students to take part in recitals, competitions, concerts, choirs, student bands, international examination boards etc.
Minimum Bachelor’s degree in music or music education.
Proficient in English - verbal and written
Professional in at least one (1) musical instrument with a solid foundation in music theory.
Teachers who can also teach piano or another musical instrument, at a beginner level, will be given preference.
Teachers who have Experience of teaching the International Examination Boards: ABRSM, TRINITY.
Demonstrate excellent musicianship and artistry as a teacher and performer.
Demonstrate passion for and experience in teaching young beginners and adults.
Flexibility and creativity to adapt to curriculum goals and ability to work collaboratively.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work effectively in a diverse community.
Ability to work during working hours as well as additional hours for planning meetings, professional development, scheduled concerts or examinations.
Interest and ability to be a role model to students and parents as an artist, teacher and scholar and to encourage students to develop holistically.
Basic IT knowledge.
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Only qualified candidates will be contacted by the HR Department for a pre-screening telephone conversation. If you are not contacted by WMDI, your application has unfortunately not been successful.