we do it all
Making it easy for you to do what you love
SAM (Sussex Academy of Music) sources you teaching work in primary and secondary schools. We organise the lessons with the schools, pay directly into your bank and have an easy to use booking system to keep account of the work you do. All administration, advertising, public liability insurance and communication is covered by SAM, so you simply turn up and teach!
Some of our admin team
We do a lot behind the scenes making your job as easy as possible, here are just a few of our amazing team members
Amrika manages the new enquiries and communicates directly with tutors for information regarding the students and helps to build tutors hours up in schools.
Tutor Relationship and Recruitment Manager
Joe deals with tutor recruitment, training, assessments and support. He is a multi-instrumentalist with many years of teaching experience.
Assistant Schools Manager + Tutor Liaison
Jess is responsible for assisting in the running of the school department and for placing tutors into schools. She also helps design the artwork for SAM.
Requirements for teaching
Must have previous teaching experience
Reliability essential with regular weekly availability
Tutors must commit to all lessons within the half term and not be absent for holiday within these periods
Volume of work is variable; tutors can be offered teaching for cover, permanent new school, studio positions or replacing an existing tutor
Theory / grade knowledge, classical notation (including drum kit) where relevant
Every tutor will be required to have a new enhanced DBS (previously CRB) check (costing £60) that they must fund – (This is processed after candidate is accepted for teaching position).
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract, Permanent
Salary: £12.00 -£15.00 /hour
Apply to become a SAM tutor