Working For Advantage Music Academy
What Advantage Music Academy is all about
We recognise the investment our clients make in their child(ren)'s or their own education and we take that seriously. We consider our role as educators is a great privilege and responsibility. At the centre of everything we do are the best interests of every student.
Advantage Music Academy seeks to make your job more comfortable, easier, and productive. The Academy provides genuine support in all aspects of your job, from the provision of resources to behaviour management, from pedagogy to comfortable furniture.
Our employees are not subcontractors. We don't dodge paying your superannuation, we don't dodge paying your tax, and we don't dodge paying you for 'no-shows'. We pay the lawful way.
No ABN required.
What you do NOT have to do:
find your own students
pay for teaching resources
PAYG own tax
pay yourself superannuation
follow up payments
manage your expenses
pay for a lease
pay an accountant
pay legal fees
manage policies and contracts
travel to different locations
Advantage Music Academy staff are a part of a community of practice. Staff share experiences, ideas and advice through face-to-face informal chats and formal meetings and through online platforms. No one working for Advantage Music works in isolation.
Grow in Your Role
Some staff take opportunities to further their involvement with the Academy by participating in marketing activities and program development. While all staff begin casual, there is potential for part-time employment that includes teaching and further involvement in the operations of the Academy.
Advantage Music Academy values its staff as people and professionals. All staff have input on a variety of aspects of the Academy including management, marketing, and pedagogy. Staff are paid for meetings, training, writing reports, free trials, and when scheduled students do not show up and staff are not required to provide "make-up lessons" when a student misses a lesson.
Advantage Music Academy pays a competitive wage. All staff are employees. That means you receive superannuation and leave entitlements (part-time employees), and the Academy withholds PAYG amounts.
When the Academy was first established in 2018, its first staff member began 2 students and now teaches 30 students per week plus duties other than teaching.
We put a new staff member on in advance of term 1, 2020 two days a week and her schedule was packed with new students from 2:30pm-7:00pm one day, 3:30pm-6:30pm the other before the term even commenced.
To be considered for a teaching role, prospective employees must be either in their final year of a bachelor's degree in music or have completed at least 3 years of a tertiary music education . Applicants must also have at least 12 months of teaching experience. Those who do not meet the criteria may be considered for our teacher mentorship program. Contact us to find out more.
The tips below address common issues encountered in the recruitment process that almost invariably result in immediate rejection.
Tip 1: Don't ask for the hourly rate if we haven't met you.
Tip 2: Don't use informal language in your cover letter.
Tip 3: Before you apply, read about the Academy, its background, philosophy and its approach to teaching.
Tip 4: Call us if you want to know more.
Contemporary guitar teacher FILLED
Piano teacher - classical education OPEN
Submit the form below and email your CV and a cover letter to that outlines what you bring to the Academy, why you want to work for the Academy and why you would be a good fit.
From time to time positions will be advertised. However, expressions of interest may be submitted at any time by completing the form below. Prospective employees will be invited to an interview and performance (maximum of 5 minutes).