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In Harmony Liverpool Musician

In Harmony Liverpool Musician

A position has become available at Liverpool Philharmonic for an In Harmony Liverpool Musician. This is a part-time, permanent post (hours and timetable to be discussed at interview).

The successful candidate will be a specialist in lower strings, and will be an integral part of the regular In Harmony musician team, using music through instrumental tuition and the orchestra to grow children’s confidence, self-esteem and wellbeing, respect, aspiration, drive, understanding, empathy and emotional intelligence.  This will include instrumental tuition, musicianship, ensemble leadership, performances, singing and early years work with children and young people of any age, and inspiring children every day by being a positive role model.

The musician should be an inspirational musician, educator and performer, with the ability to plan and develop delivery in a specialist area. They will have extensive experience of working with children and young people in a music education context, including practical experience and success in delivering instrumental lessons to groups of children and young people aged 0 – 18.

Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and successfully complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

The salary for this post will be £29,766 pro rata.

How to Apply

Application forms can be downloaded and completed below. The application form consists of two parts

  • Section A: Personal details and equal opportunities monitoring
  • Section B: Supporting information


Alternatively, if you require a hard copy, please contact recruitment@liverpoolphil.com.

Section A and section B of the application must be completed by no later than 12 noon, Friday 6th March 2020. We are unable to accept applications after the deadline.

Interview dates are yet to be confirmed, but they will include delivering a 20 minute test lesson to a small group of children and a whole class musicianship session, as well as a more formal interview. More details will be confirmed if invited to interview.

Should you require any additional details in relation to this post, please contact: John Connolly, In Harmony Artistic Director, via phone on 07935076745 or email john.connolly@liverpoolphil.com

Please be aware that it is not the policy of Liverpool Philharmonic to contact further those applicants who have not been invited for interview so if you have not heard anything by Friday 28th February you should assume that on this occasion your application has not been successful.

Application form a

application form b

recruitment pack