Strings Conductor / Tutor

Campbelltown, New South Wales 
  • St Peter’s Anglican Primary School is Macarthur Region’s leading co-educational Christian Independent Primary School
  • Work within our dedicated Music Department to guide, lead and inspire young music students
  • Commencing 2020

St Peter's Anglican Primary School is a vibrant independent, co-educational Christian School of 600 students in Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6.  St Peter’s strive to provide an inspiring, nurturing and dynamic learning environment, underpinned by Christian faith and with a focus on a strong academic curriculum.

Key Responsibilities

The duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Conducting weekly rehearsals, guiding and developing student understanding of musical elements
  • Tracking student ability and readiness in regards to progression within the three (3) string groups
  • Selecting appropriate repertoire for performance
  • Coordinate the purchase of appropriate repertoire and / or musical instruments
  • Oversee processes for damaged or broken instruments
  • Advocate for the continued growth of our strings programmes
  • Professionally represent the School in personal presentation, mannerisms and Christ-like service
  • Operating with a high and consistent standard of service
  • Working within the Schools framework at all times
  • Participate in the Christian Life of the School
  • Participate in the wider life of St Peter’s Anglican Primary School

How to Apply

For a full role description and information pack, please visit our website:

Application Process

All applications must:

  • be made on our “Application for Employment” forms which are located on our website
  • provide a copy of your resume o provide information which addresses the “Personal Qualities and Requirements” within the position description
  • provide a statement of personal Christian faith
  • provide current reference or contact details from a Minister of a Church you are currently attending

Applications Close: Friday, 13 September 2019 by emailing applications to [email protected]

Applications closed Friday 13 September 2019