"I taught at Encore! from the very beginning in 2010, and have had such a great experience working here. The organisation is very well run, and Fern goes the extra mile to make sure you are happy and make things as easy as possible for you. As a teacher you are supported by a fantastic operations team, and get to enjoy the experience of teaching so much more because of it. I absolutely loved my time at Encore! and recommend it to any music teachers who are looking for an organisation to work with that will support you completely." - Hazel Fenemor, former teacher who relocated overseas after nearly 4 years at Encore!
"I've had a really wonderful time working for Encore! It was the first job I'd had where I felt I could actually offer something to the business rather than just be the next set of hands. I also always felt really supported and welcomed, and that I could get along with everybody there. After working numerous jobs, that really meant a lot to me. The culture at Encore! is great, and as long as that remains you'll always be able to reap the benefits of that through attracting talented people. " Geraint Scott
We are currently looking for excellent new regular and relief music teachers of all ages to partner with in 2019.
We’ll provide you with training in our curriculum/systems and all the resources you’ll need. We’ll do all the administration – no sending out invoices, chasing up payments, photocopying or purchasing music books. All you’ll need to do is turn up and teach!
We run both individual and group music classes. We're looking for teachers who could teach musical instruments that include the following: piano, keyboard, voice, guitar, drums, ukulele, bass guitar, flute, violin, recorder, saxophone, clarinet, cello, band, music theory and preschool music (1-5 years old).
If you're an excellent teacher but your instruments were not mentioned above, we'd still love to hear from you - we’re always on the look out for great teachers and keen to widen the range of classes we offer.
Criteria: (a) A good sense of humour and positive attitude (b) Excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills (c) Skilful in playing your instrument(s) and reading music - not compulsory to teach more than one instrument but would be a plus (d) Teaching experience is a plus but not compulsory (e) Available for the next 18 months
Your Cover Letter should outline how you meet the criteria above.
Also, please include the following in your Cover Letter: (a) Detail your availability: Morning/afternoon for Mondays to Saturdays. e.g. I am available: Monday - morning & afternoon, Tuesday - afternoon only, Wednesday - morning & afternoon and so on. This availability must be relevant for the whole of 2015 (and not just the first three months say). (b) Outline whether you drive (i.e. have both a NZ driver's license and access to a vehicle) (c) Outline whether you would be happy to take students through Trinity exams if necessary (d) Highlight any other experience/skills you have. Make sure you mention it if you have had experience around toddlers or children (even in a non-musical context such as nannying, working in afterschool programmes, being a parent). Other examples of skills could be: running a holiday programme, managing events, doing administrative tasks, developing curriculum and so on.
Please make sure that the Subject Heading of your email covers all the music instruments you teach e.g. Violin, Piano & Singing Teacher
New regular teachers generally start with 1-5 hours teaching per week and we continue to build their hours from there.