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Working at The Song Room means sharing in our vision that all Australian school children deserve the chance to realise their full potential.

Music and arts programs form the core of our organisation as they’re proven to deliver greater learning and social outcomes. Together, our employees and volunteers are instrumental in changing the lives of Australian children through implementing these programs in disadvantaged communities.

If you’re interested in working at The Song Room and think you fit one of our roles below (as available), we’d love to hear from you!

“I have been working for The Song Room for three years and I find it to be incredibly rewarding. One of the joys of my day is getting to see children from all different backgrounds working together and breaking out of their shells in an arts enriched environment”Fleur Hockey, The Song Room, Leads Professional Development Program.


Our values

These core values set a strong foundation for the growth of our organisation.

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Available positions

Teaching Artist | Contract – Rocky Cape, Tasmania

The Song Room is seeking Teaching Artists to deliver a Visual Arts teacher mentoring program to primary schools across the Rocky Cape region, Tasmania, as part of our new program, Transformational Learning Through Creativity (TLC).

Applicants must be practising artists who have experience in education and mentoring, as well as in facilitating classroom programs with primary aged children who are experiencing disadvantage.

A teaching qualification is required for this position.

The position will involve working one-two days per week over the 2020 school year.

To view the full Position Description, please click here.

To apply for this role, send your CV and a brief covering letter through to enquiries@songroom.org.au.  Applications close on Friday 10th July 2020.

For more information on the role and The Song Room, please contact The Song Room on (03) 9521 3990 or email enquiries@songroom.org.au.

 

Teaching Artist | Contract – Huonville, Tasmania

The Song Room is seeking Teaching Artists to deliver a Music teacher mentoring program to primary schools across the Huonville region, Tasmania, as part of our new program, Transformational Learning Through Creativity (TLC).

Applicants must be practising artists who have experience in education and mentoring, as well as in facilitating classroom programs with primary aged children who are experiencing disadvantage.

A teaching qualification is required for this position.

The position will involve working one – two days per week for the 2020 school year.

To view the full Position Description, please click here.

To apply for this role, send your CV and a brief covering letter through to enquiries@songroom.org.au.  Applications close on COB Friday 10th July 2020.

For more information on the role and The Song Room, please contact The Song Room on (03) 9521 3990 or email enquiries@songroom.org.au.

 


Child Protection Policy

The Song Room takes child safety very seriously. We welcome open communication and a collaborative approach to always ensure child safety is paramount in line with The Song Room’s duty of care obligations. 

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