We are Hiring!


If you like to inspire, teach, make music and be part of a team that is making real changes in the whole
music industry and music education in Saudi Arabia, we want to hear from you.
Saudi Music Hub is hiring across 3 locations in Riyadh, Jeddah and Al Khobar.


Currently available vacancies are:
Western Music Department
  • Flute teacher (incl. Piccolo)
  • Clarinet teacher
  • Saxophone teacher
  • Trumpet teacher
  • French Horn teacher
Production Department
  • DJ teacher
  • Music Production teacher


Oriental Music Department
  • Kanun teacher
  • Ney teacher
  • Arabic percussion teacher
  • Oud teacher
  • Oriental Vocal teacher


In these roles you will be required to: 
  • Provide individual and group music tuition to students and create a rich musical community that inspires musical appreciation and growth through recitals and concerts. 
  • Plan, prepare and evaluate music lessons, activities and learning and teaching strategies through the maintenance of a professional teaching plan. 
  • Provide a safe, secure and stimulating environment in which consideration is given to the individual development of all children. 
  • Acquire appropriate teaching materials and resources. 
  • Differentiate learning and teaching and associated resources in a manner that challenges and interests students and is appropriate to the needs and skill-levels of students. 
  • Entering and preparing pupils for examinations. 
  • Motivating pupils and encouraging progress. 
  • Liaising with academic staff and parents. 
  • Ensuring up-to-date knowledge and awareness of examination requirements. 
  • Assess pupils’ abilities, providing feedback and writing reports. 
  • Arrange recitals and concerts for pupils' families and friends. 
  • Utilize positive and supportive behaviour and management strategies that are conducive to effective learning and teaching. 
  • Attend meetings designed to share information necessary for the smooth running of the school and the successful delivery of its aims. 
  • Maintain good communications with parents to support ongoing practice and instrumental learning. 


The ideal candidate will have the following skills:
  • Demonstrate excellent musicianship and artistry as a teacher/performer. 
  • Bachelor’s degree in music performance or music education required. Master’s degree in the same areas preferred. 
  • Qualified teaching certificate in music or any equivalent qualification. Experience with music pedagogy (Kodály, Orff, Dalcroze and/or Suzuki) is a plus. 
  • Passion for and experience in teaching young beginners to play the instrument/sing. 
  • Flexibility and creativity to adapt to curriculum goals and ability to work collaboratively. 
  • Strong classroom management skills. 
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community. 
  • Ability to work during program hours as well as additional hours for planning meetings, professional development and scheduled concerts. 
  • Interest and ability to be a role model to students and parents as a citizen, artist, teacher, and scholar and to encourage students to develop holistically. 





The ideal applicant will have a relevant degree and/or professional vocational qualification and recognised teaching qualification/qualified teacher status with relevant teaching experience.

To apply

Send CV/Resume to musichubs@moc.gov.sa