AOTOS – the Association of Teachers of Singing
AOTOS was founded in 1975 to promote a wider understanding of all aspects of the teaching of singing. We create opportunities which bring together teachers from all over the world.
All AOTOS activities and services are open to members specialising in teaching any expression of song: from classical, through music theatre and folk, to jazz, rock and gospel; privately or in school, college or conservatoire.
ADVERT: SELF-EMPLOYED PART–TIME ADMINISTRATOR
The Association of Teachers of Singing (AOTOS), a registered charity and leading organization for voice professionals, is seeking to appoint someone to assist key executive trustees in the administration of the Association.
This is a self-employed and home-based post taking on average 6-8 hours a week. There will be variations depending on the Association’s calendar, so a degree of flexibility is required.
The successful candidate will need strong IT skills (which should include database and website management) as well as excellent communication skills, an understanding of how to work with a remote volunteer team, and an ability to organize and prioritize work. The administrator may need to minute up to three council meetings per year (subject to confirmation). An interest in music and singing would be an advantage.
Rate of pay: £15 per hour plus business expenses.
Forthcoming AOTOS Events
|Pathways Access Day (Reading)||26 January 2020||Berkshire Maestros, Reading|
|South East Professional Development Day||23 February 2020||Guildford School of Acting|
|South West Professional Development Day||8 March 2020||Creative Innovation Centre|
|North Professional Development Day||4 April 2020||Leeds College of Music|
|Pathways Access Day (Glasgow)||26 April 2020||Royal Conservatoire of Scotland|
|Central Professional Development Day||17 May 2020||Trent College Music School|
|Professional Development Course 2020||19 July – 23 July 2020||St Mary's Music School, Edinburgh|
|Eurovox 2020||24 July – 26 July 2020||Stewart's Melville College, Edinburgh|