Careers with Little Strummers
We teach classical, electric, acoustic guitar and ukulele.
Piano enthusiast? Learn more by clicking here.
Can you teach violin and/or viola? Learn more and click here.
Do you teach an instrument that isn't listed here? We want to hear from you!
Little Strummers is growing and we are looking for enthusiastic music lovers to join our team of teachers. We teach guitar, ukulele, piano, violin and viola and would love to hear from you if you are interested in continuing your teaching adventure with us.
Little Strummers is a local company providing music education in several local schools, at our West Wycombe Studios and at our satellite studios in Amersham, Holmer Green and Beaconsfield.
We teach all styles of playing and include music theory as well as practical skills. Lesson formats cover the full range of individual, shared and group lessons, workshops, Rock Jam sessions and clubs. Clubs and lessons are always informal and completely interactive – the learning is fun before anything else.
We pride ourselves on being a friendly team of professionals providing first class music tuition to children and adults.
What We Offer You
Flexible, part-time hours each week.
Competitive rate of pay.
Work is contracted on a self-employed basis.
*NEW* Employee Referral Scheme
Friendly and supportive team!
We take care of the admin, so you can focus on the best bit, teaching!
Join a growing local business and be a part of our expansion.
Team social events.
Covid-19 precautions: We supply PPE equipment and have a full risk assessment in place to keep our teachers and students safe.
As part of our commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check.
To apply, please send your CV and a short paragraph outlining why you would be suitable for the role to Helen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you!
Successful applicants will be able to play their instrument with a high degree of competence (a minimum standard of Grade 8 or equivalent); they will also be able to read music.
A passion for music and for playing your instrument is essential, as is an ability to work with and help others develop their skills.
Teaching experience is not always necessary (although useful), as full training will be given.
The ability to sing with confidence, or be happy to try, would be an advantage.
Access to their own vehicle.