Rhythm Time Glasgow West End, Inverclyde and East Dunbartonshire are looking for someone to join their team as a part-time permanent class leader. Approximately two to three mornings a week initially, with the view to increase hours as we expand classes. The current rate for a fully qualified teacher is £10 per class (starting rate £9 per class). It is anticipated that a trainee leader will require at least three academic terms of training to reach the excellent standard required by the employer.

*It is essential that you have your own car to carry your kit to various venues and that you have a strong singing voice. 


It is the duty of the Rhythm Time leader:-

  • To have each lesson well prepared according to the lesson plan
  • To ensure all necessary equipment and teaching aids are in good condition and brought to each class
  • To arrive half an hour before the classes begin, to set up the equipment, including the admin table
  • To keep their appearance clean and tidy and to wear the Rhythm Time clothing at all classes.
  • To start the class promptly
  • To lead the class according to the lesson plan, which should not be altered. This ensures consistency of teaching and standards
  • To supervise the assistant (if there is one) and ensure that her/his administrative tasks have been completed properly
  • To put away all equipment after the class and leave the venue in the condition in which it was found.
  • To complete all administrative tasks accurately and promptly
  • To notify the employer after each session of any payments or non-payments, changes to class registers, attendance of visitors and product orders from parents
  • To return any monies to the Employer at least once each week of term time
  • To complete any other tasks which the Employer deems reasonable for the benefits of the clients.
  • To promote Rhythm Time in a positive manner
  • To cover for other class leaders and assistants wherever necessary at the relevant rate of pay

Please email helenk@rtfg.co.uk for an application form by 28th September