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Director of Music

Employer
Empowering Learning
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
28 Jun 2022

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Director of Music

West London Secondary School

Salary - Inner London Main Pay Scale

Not Suitable for NQTs (ECTs)

Start Date - September 2022

An exciting opportunity to be part of an outstanding OFSTED rated West London school, who is seeking a Director of Music to lead in the Secondary section of the school. The Director of Music is expected to nurture a deep love of music in their students as well as propel them towards an A* at A-Level. The successful candidate will be a committed teacher with a desire to build a culture and joy around music. They will share the school's vision and the belief that all young people can achieve at high levels.

Responsibilities -

You raise standards within Music, especially for vulnerable pupils
You are responsible for pupil outcomes in subject area(s) from Phase 3 to Phase 5
You create a culture of ongoing CPD for colleagues within Music, both delivering CPD and supporting others to take ownership of their own development
You work alongside the Phase 1 and 2 Subject Lead to drive excellence subject knowledge of Music across the school
You are responsible for continual curriculum evaluation and improvement to drive outcomes across primary to secondary
You oversee the organisation of curriculum enhancements, including trips, extra-curricular and other opportunities
You manage the resources of your department to ensure that spending is used efficiently to support the progress of all students, especially in regard to practical equipment in laboratories
You hold your team to account for performance, meeting deadlines and conduct, in particular the middle leadership position(s) within the Music team
You work closely with the inclusion team to ensure that vulnerable pupils are receiving the support they need to excel
You always act as a role model for colleagues and pupils
You ensure that culture, joy and behaviour in lessons is excellent and that all staff are skilfully applying the school policies and practices
You share your knowledge and expertise to improve outcomes across the school.

To discuss this opportunity, please email your CV to (url removed)

Empowering Learning is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment
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