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Monday, July 8, 2019


Closing date for applications: July 19, 2019.

The National School of the Arts in Johannesburg is looking to appoint a full-time music teacher specialising in piano, harmony, history, theory and accompaniment.

Starting date will be September 1, 2019, and the closing date for applications is July 19, 2019.

Minimum qualification is a Bachelor of Music and key teaching responsibilities include:
- History of Music (WAM - Western Art Music),
- Theory
- Harmony
- Piano
- Accompaniment

All interested candidates should email a covering letter, CV, copy of qualifications to for the attention of Elise Van Heerden - HOD Music.

All short-listed candidates will be required to conduct a harmony lesson and demonstrate their skills in accompaniment.

The successful candidate must be available and willing to work outside of regular school hours, when necessary, and to be an enthusiastic participant in the annual cultural programme of the school which includes the NSA’s Festival of the Arts. It is imperative that the candidate possesses the soft skills necessary to thrive in a specialist arts school environment. These skills include passion, patience, determination, and an ability to motivate and discipline.

With a history that spans 50 years, the National School of the Arts is South Africa’s oldest public funded School of Specialisation in Performing and Creative Arts and is the top performing academic school in the district.

The National School of the Arts, situated in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, is a Gauteng Department of Education School.