Violin Teacher


The successful applicant should be a dynamic music educator and an outstanding musician
with a proven record of excellence in teaching and performance and who is committed to our
school’s mission of educating the whole person for the whole of life.

They will be committed to their own learning and professional development. Passionate
about their field, they will demonstrate the ability to build a culture of success in and
enjoyment of their instrument by students and to ensure high standards of teaching and
learning.

Support of the School’s values is essential



SELECTION CRITERIA

Applicants should provide a statement of no more than 300 words which outlines the ways in
which they fulfil the following criteria:

1. Appropriate qualification in music
2. Experience in, and a demonstrated passion for teaching Violin
3. Experience in and knowledge of AMEB and VCE syllabus and repertoire
4. Experience performing and teaching a wide range of repertoire
5. A genuine commitment to their own learning
6. A proven record as an outstanding Violin teacher / teacher candidate
7. Success in fostering in girls a love of learning and a commitment

to excellence
8. A proven ability to develop productive relationships with

students, staff and parents
9. Excellent organisational, administrative and presentation skills
10. An understanding of the Lowther Hall context and requirements

for ensuring child safety

APPLICATIONS

Applicants for this position, Violin teacher, should include in their application the following
information:

1. Full name
2. Residential/Postal address, email and phone contact details
3. Religious affiliation (optional)
4. Evidence of educational qualifications
5. Previous work history
6. A statement of no more than 300 words addressing the selection criteria
7. A copy of your current VIT registration card or current Working with Children Check

card
8. Evidence of current level 2 First Aid and CPR Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis

training or the willingness to undertake such qualifications prior to commencing
9. The names, addresses and telephone numbers of three professional referees from

whom confidential information may be sought.


Closing date: Monday 16 November 2020 at 9:00am.