Junior Jam
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Junior Jam Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Education
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Jobs

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Part-time
Music and Arts Teacher (Unqualified applicants accepted)

Leeds

£15.75 - £17.15 an hour
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2 days ago

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Part-time, Contract
Music Instructor Cover staff

Birmingham

£15.75 - £17.15 an hour
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7 days ago

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Temporary, Part-time, Contract
Short term Music Teacher cover

Wolverhampton

£15.75 - £17.15 an hour
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7 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 521 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Music Teacher
£17.79 per hour
Instructor
£17.78 per hour
Teacher
£17.62 per hour

Education & Instruction

Teacher
£17.62 per hour
Music Teacher
£17.79 per hour
Instructor
£17.78 per hour

Sports

Sports Coach
£17.45 per hour
Martial Arts Instructor
£17.45 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 12 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Junior Manager in Bradford, West Yorkshire
on 27 November 2020
Great workplace with progression opportunities
I started working for Junior Jam as a music instructor, and I absolutely love that I was able to teach a subject that I really enjoy and am passionate about. I was worried about equipment, but the company actually gives you all the instruments and equipment, and if anything breaks you just let the office know and they just send you a new one.I was given a pay rise after 3 months of teaching here, and I have now progressed from being a member of the teaching staff to a junior manager. This means being responsible for a larger area, which can mean some long drives. Saying this, the office atmosphere is relaxed and i get paid for my mileage anyway! This started as a part time job, so I am very thankful I’ve been able to progress the way I have in such a short time. Overall, I really like working for Junior Jam, and I think its perfect for anyone just out of university who wants to get into teaching.
Martial Arts Instructor in West Yorkshire
on 27 November 2020
Supportive management
I’ve worked as a martial arts and sports coach for junior Jam for around 7/8 years. At the beginning there have been a few ups and downs in the job title but the management always did their best to resolve the issues. Over the years I’ve worked here the business has evolved hugely and ironed out every issues to create a fun, friendly and well experienced team. Any problems are assessed and the management always address them with a fair open mind regardless of the customer. One of the most professional companies in the business with some amazing and talented staff. 90% of the staff have ongoing hobbies and jobs within their specialists subjects, the dance teaches also perform at a high level, martial arts staff run their own successful training facilities, the MFL staff are bilingual and originate from their home countries and the media and music staff perform at live events with their own bands and groups.
Spanish Teacher in Greater Manchester
on 26 November 2020
Approachable and Supportive Management!
"I have been very fortunate to work for Junior Jam since January 2015. I find management very approachable and supportive. Junior Jam has always provided me with a wide range of schools which has enhanced my experience as a classroom teacher. It is highly rewarding the enthusiasm that I receive from pupils when I arrive in school to deliver my lessons. I thoroughly enjoy working on my own as much as working alongside other Junior Jam Music, PE and Media teachers as part of a carousel. Through games and fun activities Junior Jam offers an invaluable opportunity to young children to learn another language and become more tolerant towards other cultures and citizens of the world".
PPA cover music tutor in West Yorkshire
on 25 November 2020
Music PPA cover
Junior jam is a good company to work for. The pay is above average and the managerial team support you whenever you need help or guidance.As a musician outside of my role as a junior jam teacher, I am able to book time off for my music work if management are informed in enough of an advance, which I really appreciate. All equipment is good, and the lesson plans are inspiring. I feel like JJ are providing a brilliant service to primary school children where perhaps subjects like music are sometimes lacking in schools.
Instructor in Biggin Hill, Surrey
on 25 November 2020
Fun and rewarding company to work for
Working at Junior Jam has been the best work decision I have ever made, the other employees including management are really helpful when it comes to any uncertainty within the job role. I remember fitting in right away and overcoming any worries about teaching very quickly thanks to the support and training I was given before hand. This job is very rewarding in many ways from putting a smile on a child's faces to being employee of the month bonus to the easy school shift patterns. I would recommend working for this company highly!
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experience teaching, university degree,

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Background experience Children solviing issues

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