Lauriston Girls’ School is a forward thinking, independent K-12 School.
We are always looking for exceptional people who love learning, are inspiring and bring empathy to their work. The school fosters workplace gender equality and ongoing professional development.
Lauriston Girls’ School seeks to employ an experienced and enthusiastic Teacher of Piano and Theory, at the School’s Howqua Campus, located on the outskirts of Mansfield.
The role will commence from Term 2, 2024. Depending on the availability of the successful applicant, an immediate start may be negotiated.
The key aspects of the job are:
Founded in 1993 and located in the Victorian High Country, our Howqua campus is home to Lauriston girls for the duration of Year 9. Including approximately 30 teachers and general staff, along with outdoor facilitators, the immersive nature of the program truly embeds Lauriston’s values of relationships, courage, creativity, intellectual curiosity, and engagement in life.
The Howqua Campus has a comprehensive Music Program, which includes private music lessons, ensembles and a compulsory 12-month long curriculum music program. Howqua students perform regularly at both School events and within the local community. A team of specialist Music Teachers attends the campus weekly, including staff who are local to the Mansfield region, as well as those who travel from the greater Melbourne region.
This casual position includes approximately 1 day per week of private Piano and Theory tuition.
The successful applicant will:
Skills and Qualifications:
All applicants are encouraged to submit a short Cover Letter along with your Resume and addressed to Susan Just, Principal.
Enquiries: Elizabeth Tindall, Head of Music, at email@example.com or 9864 7555.
Applications close: 9:00am, Friday March 1, 2024
We will be shortlisting applications as we receive them, so the position may be filled earlier than the closing date.
Lauriston Girls’ School is a child safe organisation which welcomes children, young people and their families. We have no tolerance for child abuse and take proactive steps to identify and manage any risks of harm to students in our school environments. Every person involved in our school has an important role in promoting child safety and wellbeing and promptly raising any issues or concerns about a child’s safety. All staff are required to follow the School’s Child Safety policies and Child Safety Code of Conduct.