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View441Instrumental Strings Teacher 1.0 FTEThe Lynn Public Schools is seeking an energetic and dynamic individual with...more
The Lynn Public Schools is seeking an energetic and dynamic individual with a passion for teaching instrumental music to children and young adults in grades 4 through 12. This person will be responsible for coordinating instruction and planning with two other strings teachers for grades 4 through 12, and will also be required to work closely with the High School Band Director. This individual should be able to demonstrate a level of artistic proficiency on at least one string instrument with a working knowledge of teaching all string instruments – violin, viola, cello, and bass. Successful candidates will have a working knowledge of string ensemble and full orchestral literature that encompasses the elementary, middle, and high school levels. A familiarity with other styles, such as jazz or pop, would be preferred. The person should also be able to teach music fundamentals and other types of music theory that would enhance learning, especially at the High School level. Experience is preferred, although all candidates who are deemed to be qualified will be considered. The successful candidate needs to be a team player who is excited about working successfully in a large, urban district, and is able to work cooperatively with multiple Principals, music teachers, and parents. Please send cover letter, resume, copy of Transcripts, copy of MA Certification, and three current letters of recommendation to: Joseph Picano, Supervisor of Fine Arts, 100 Bennett Street, Lynn MA 01905. Also, email of the same to jpicano@lynnschools.org with the subject: Instrumental Strings Teacher 1.0 FTE Position.
FTNULLLynn Public School DistrictLynnMAJoseph Picanojpicano@lynnschools.org2016-05-042016-09-01
View440Elementary General Music TeacherWe are seeking a full-time K-5 general music teacher who can also teach 5th...more
We are seeking a full-time K-5 general music teacher who can also teach 5th grade chorus. Position is at a crowded school with no music room. The music teacher has an office and storage space and pushes a cart around to the classrooms to teach music. Music is loved and well supported at this school and in the district. Apply online at http://www.wellesley.k12.ma.us/district/human-resources/pages/employment-opportunities
FTNULLWellesley Public SchoolsWellesleyMADr. Sabrina Quintana, Director of Performing ArtsQuintanaS@wellesleyps.org2016-05-032016-06-03
View439MS Drama Long Term SubWe are seeking a 0.9FTE Long-Term Substitute Middle School Drama Teacher to...more
We are seeking a 0.9FTE Long-Term Substitute Middle School Drama Teacher to cover a leave beginning October 3, 2016. Please note: part of this assignment includes involvement in the fall Middle School Production. Teaching is from 9:45 a.m. - 2:30 p.m plus after school rehearsals. Then, till late during production week, the full week of November 14 - November 19, 2016, plus striking set on Sunday, November 20, 2016. Position will continue through sometime in January, 2017. Please apply online at http://www.wellesley.k12.ma.us/district/human-resources/pages/employment-opportunities
FTNULLWellesley Middle SchoolWellesleyMADr. Sabrina Quintana, Director of Performing ArtsQuintanaS@wellesleyps.org2016-05-032016-09-30
View438General Music Teacher: Middle SchoolWe are looking for an excellent part-time, middle school general music teac...more
We are looking for an excellent part-time, middle school general music teacher. The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of musicology and music technology applications. The schedule is full days, every-other day, with opposite days off. Apply online at http://www.wellesley.k12.ma.us/district/human-resources/pages/employment-opportunities
NULLPTWellesley Public SchoolsWellesleyMADr. Sabrina Quintana, Director of Performing ArtsQuintanaS@wellesleyps.org2016-05-032016-06-03
View437High School Choral / Vocal Recoding / Long Term Sub from Sept-December 2016Great experience to direct two choirs (Full Chorus, A Cappella). Teach our...more
Great experience to direct two choirs (Full Chorus, A Cappella). Teach our Music Production classes.
NULLPTMarlborough High SchoolMarlboroughMAJonathan D. Rosenthal, Music Coordinator K-12jrosenthal@mps-edu.org2016-05-022016-08-15
View436Music DirectorThe Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley Hills, Wellesley Hills, MA,...more
The Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley Hills, Wellesley Hills, MA, seeks a part-time Music Director to begin August 1, 2016. Reports directly to Minister and requires regular supervision meetings. Salary: $15,000 - $20,000 annually depending on skill level at the organ, paid twice monthly and up to $2,000 annually professional development. Right of first refusal for all non-member funerals, memorials, and weddings. Church Year: Music Director works in a formal capacity from September 1 to June 31, and congregants lead services during July and August. The Music Director may take up to 5 paid Sundays off during the formal church year in consultation with and requiring approval of the Minister, but is responsible for coordinating a substitute for each service they are away. Services begin at 10:30 AM each Sunday. Requirements: B.A. or B.M. in Music. Ability to rehearse and conduct an all-volunteer, mostly SAB adult choir, most often from the piano. Ability to select music that fits the skill level of the ensemble and is appropriate for UU services. Ability to lead congregational hymns from the piano and/or organ. A deep respect for the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism: The inherent worth and dignity of every person; Justice, equity and compassion in human relations; Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations; A free and responsible search for truth and meaning; The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large; The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all; Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Ability to collaboratively plan music from a range of genres for spiritually engaging worship services alongside the congregation’s Minister and Director of Religious Education. Ability to select music to complement multiple aspects of worship services and inspire reflection, joy, hope, gratitude, community, etc. Other Desired Qualifications: Strong organ skills. Ability to improvise at the piano and organ with interest and experience in a range of musical genres from classical to modern to international. Ability to manage a budget for music purchases, guest musicians, and instrument maintenance. Strong writing skills for the inclusion of “Music Notes” in each week’s Order of Service. Ability to maintain the current choir rehearsal schedule: 7-8:00 PM on Wednesdays and 9 AM rehearsals on Sundays when the choir sings (approximately 2 times per month). Member of the Unitarian Universalist Musicians Network and regular attendee of UUMN summer conferences. Duties: Rehearse and conduct the adult choir. Play piano and/or organ for all Sunday services during formal church year, except for 5 Sundays as specified above. Serve as a member of the Worship and Music committee (meets monthly). Attend weekly staff meetings. Update music selections in the Order of Service and write Music Notes each week. Advise summer worship leaders before the end of the church year about musical selections for lay-led summer services. Maintain and coordinate purchasing of new music for the music library. Maintain and coordinate the upkeep of the church’s instruments (e.g., Andover Organ and three Steinway pianos). Play for all members’ weddings, memorials, and funerals or find an appropriate substitute. Hire substitutes and guest musicians as needed/desired for the formal church year. Applications should include: A cover letter addressing the applicant’s experience, skills and interests as they relate to this position. A résumé detailing the candidate’s education, experience, and other qualifications. Please do not send conducting samples, recordings, or other supplemental materials at this time. Application timeline: Cover Letters and Resumes due Thursday, May 19, 5 p.m. Phone interviews will begin on Friday, May 20. Live interviews begin Monday, May 23. Three finalists conduct the adult choir on Wednesday, June 1, June 8, and June 15. Music Director announced in service on Sunday, June 19. Materials should be sent electronically to: Karen Quigley (k.quigley@neu.edu) and Pam Roberts (pb965r@gmail.com), Co-Chairs of the Music Director Search Committee
NULLPTUU WellesleyWellesley HillsMAKaren Quigly and Pam Robertsk.quigley@neu.edu; pb965r@gmail.com2016-05-022016-05-23
View435HS/JHS String Ensemble DirectorDirector of String Ensemble for high school and junior high school ensemble...more
Director of String Ensemble for high school and junior high school ensembles. Apply to http://www.applitrack.com/abrsd/onlineapp/
NULLPTActon-Boxborough RSDActonMAMark Hickeymhickey@abschools.org2016-04-262016-05-06
View434Woodwind Private Lesson InstructorThe Billerica Friends of Music, in conjunction with the Billerica Public Sc...more
The Billerica Friends of Music, in conjunction with the Billerica Public Schools, are looking for a talented and motivated individual to provide private lessons to our Woodwind musicians. This individual will be responsible for maintaining a self-sufficient studio as well as accurate attendance and payment records. If interested, please send a cover letter that addresses your goals for working with emerging woodwind musicians and a resume highlighting your musical skills/experiences to the contact listed in the posting.
NULLPTBillerica Public SchoolsBillericaMassachusettsChristopher Dearbeck - Fine Arts Directorcdearbeck@billericak12.com2016-04-262016-05-31
View433Music TeacherElementary Music Teacher K-2 4th/5th Grade Chorus (1 year leave of absenc...more
Elementary Music Teacher K-2 4th/5th Grade Chorus (1 year leave of absence) Details and application can be found at https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2599744
FTNULLChandler Elementary SchoolDuxburyMassachusettsErin Wiesehahn2016-04-252016-05-01
View432Music THEATER/ DRAMA InstructorTeacher Opportunities for 2016-2017 school year and thereafter. The Lexing...more
Teacher Opportunities for 2016-2017 school year and thereafter. The Lexington Keys for Kids® School had recently expanded, and needs outgoing, energetic MUSIC THEATER PROFESSIONALS who love to work with young children and students of all ages and levels. Ability to accompany singing on any instrument (even in a simplified arrangement) is a big plus. Teaching WEEKLY MUSIC THEATER and ACTING small groups for all ages and levels (young children groups are common at our school). Availability to teach on Saturday/Sunday is a plus. Additional opportunities include teaching FEBRUARY and APRIL MUSIC THEATER CAMP, and SUMMER CREATIVE ARTS CAMP. Our new 3000+SF facility provides an exciting opportunity to expand our programs beyond music classes for children and adults. Are you dramatic, fun with a big personality? Driven and goal oriented? Looking for expansion of your existing program or want to build it up? Have experience and love working with young children and teens? Believe classes in your area of expertise could be a good addition to our School? We are open for different creative ideas of new classes and programs as an addition to our existing established music programs for kids, teens and adults. See our website at www.keys-for-kids.com
NULLPTKeys for KidsLexingtonMAInga MagidInga@keys-for-kids.com2016-04-252016-08-31
View431Music THEATER/ DRAMA Instructoreacher Opportunities for 2016-2017 school year and thereafter. The Lexingt...more
eacher Opportunities for 2016-2017 school year and thereafter. The Lexington Keys for Kids® School had recently expanded, and needs outgoing, energetic MUSIC THEATER PROFESSIONALS who love to work with young children and students of all ages and levels. Ability to accompany singing on any instrument (even in a simplified arrangement) is a big plus. Teaching WEEKLY MUSIC THEATER and ACTING small groups for all ages and levels (young children groups are common at our school). Availability to teach on Saturday/Sunday is a plus. Additional opportunities include teaching FEBRUARY and APRIL MUSIC THEATER CAMP, and SUMMER CREATIVE ARTS CAMP. Our new 3000+SF facility provides an exciting opportunity to expand our programs beyond music classes for children and adults. Are you dramatic, fun with a big personality? Driven and goal oriented? Looking for expansion of your existing program or want to build it up? Have experience and love working with young children and teens? Believe classes in your area of expertise could be a good addition to our School? We are open for different creative ideas of new classes and programs as an addition to our existing established music programs for kids, teens and adults. See our website at www.keys-for-kids.com
NULLPTKeys for KidsLexingtonMAInga MagidInga@keys-for-kids.com2016-04-252016-08-31
View430EARLY CHILDHOOD Music InstructorThe Lexington Keys for Kids® Studio needs outgoing, energetic musicians wh...more
The Lexington Keys for Kids® Studio needs outgoing, energetic musicians who love to work with very young children. We have our own Early Childhood music curriculum, but the experience in any of the following: Dalcroze, family singing and movement, Kindermusic, etc. is highly desirable. Must be eligible to work in the US. We need outgoing, energetic candidate who love to work with young children. BA in music/education is preferred, but current BA students will be considered. Reliability, high expectations combined with patience, professionalism, experience working with younger students is highly desirable. Please send cover letter, resume, and a list of references to Inga@keys-for-kids.com Please see our website at www.keys-for-kids.com
NULLPTKeys for KidsLexingtonMAInga MagidInga@keys-for-kids.com2016-04-252016-08-31
View429Music School OFFICE MANAGER21+ hours/week part-time position. Weekdays 3-7, Saturday 8:30-1:30, with o...more
21+ hours/week part-time position. Weekdays 3-7, Saturday 8:30-1:30, with occasional event-based work on Sundays. Required commitment for at least one complete school year. Reporting to the School Director, the School Office Manager: · Provides broad administrative support services and is the primary contact person for most external and internal communications. · Directs general front office work flow and day-to-day operations · Maintains the school databases. · Assists in scheduling of courses and classes, assigning classroom and other instructional space, supervising records, and ensuing accurate data flow. · Maintains / orders all office supplies and inventory. · Assists in event planning for concerts and recitals Customer Service · Supports the school's recruitment and enrollment initiatives through various types of student/parent contact and follow-up. · Communicates school policies to customers, problem solves, and maintains all data related to student enrollment and tuition. · Processes registration forms, assigns students to class times and teachers. · Prepares the monthly attendance forms for all teachers and their hours. · Assists in processing, maintaining, and tracking all payment (tuition, registration, materials and fees) · Contributes to projects, all events, concerts and recitals, with additional duties as assigned.
NULLPTKeys for KidsLexingtonMAInga MagidInga@keys-for-kids.com2016-04-252016-08-31
View428Choral directorAn adult community chorus located on the South Shore of MA is seeking a new...more
An adult community chorus located on the South Shore of MA is seeking a new part-time director. The group performs two main concerts per year.
NULLPTMichele Mantzm.mntz@comcast.net2016-04-212016-06-20
View427MS/HS Choral and General Music TeacherLooking for talented and enthusiastic applicants for Medfield MS/HS Choral ...more
Looking for talented and enthusiastic applicants for Medfield MS/HS Choral Position. Teacher should have experience teaching chorus and jazz choir at MS/HS levels, guitar teaching experience, general music teaching experience, and piano performance skills.
FTNULLMedfield MS/HSMedfieldMADouglas Olsendolsen@email.medfield.net2016-04-162016-05-06
View426Elementary General Music, Chorus, InstrumentalGeneral Music Instruction - grades K-5, experience and training in any or a...more
General Music Instruction - grades K-5, experience and training in any or all methodologies desirable: Orff, Kodaly, Gordon, Conversational Solfege, First Steps in Music, others - Third Grade Recorder Instruction - Fourth Grade Introductory Chorus and Fifth Grade Chorus - Fourth grade introductory band instrument lessons (clarinet, flute, alto saxophone, trombone, trumpet, percussion) and Fifth Grade Concert Band, may also include introductory strings depending on school, Direct Annual 5th Grade Musical (additional stipend available) All interested applicants should complete an online application at: www.newton.k12.ma.us - Newton Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity in employment, educational opportunities and affirmative action, regardless of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or disability, in compliance with Title VI, IX Chapter 622, IDEA 2004 and section 504, MGL Ch. 76, Section 5. Questions related to this non-discrimination regulation must be addressed to: Human Resources, Newton Public Schools, 100 Walnut St. Newton, MA 02460
FTNULLCabot ElementaryNewtonMARichard King2016-04-152016-06-15
View425Vocal Music TeacherPlymouth South High School seeks a Vocal Music Teacher. Position teaches ch...more
Plymouth South High School seeks a Vocal Music Teacher. Position teaches choral ensembles, piano classes, and music theory classes. Experience in theatre and contemporary a cappella encouraged. Details and application available on School Spring: http://www.schoolspring.com/jobs/job.cfm?jid=2583364&&&iframe=1&employer=10893
FTNULLPlymouth South High SchoolPlymouthMAMike CapleMcaple@plymouth.k12.ma.us2016-04-122016-04-22
View424High School Vocal Music TeacherFull time position likely to include choral ensembles and AP Music Theory. ...more
Full time position likely to include choral ensembles and AP Music Theory. Understanding of adolescent vocal technique and passion for working with adolescents is a must. Strong piano skills are preferred.
FTNULLLongmeadow High SchoolLongmeadowMAKayla Werlinkwerlin@longmeadow.k12.ma.us2016-04-122016-04-30
View423Music Director, Quincy Choral SocietyThe Quincy Choral Society was founded in 1981 for the purpose of bringing m...more
The Quincy Choral Society was founded in 1981 for the purpose of bringing musical excellence to the South Shore and the world. The chorus performs locally and has performed in music festivals in Washington, D.C., in Europe, and, most recently, at Carnegie Hall in June 2015 as part of the Masterworks Series. We sing with our hearts and our souls and genuinely enjoy being in the company of the more than eighty singers who make up our choral "family." We, the members of QCS, are seeking a new music director who will help us continue our tradition of excellence in future seasons. If you have: • Experience conducting a large choral ensemble, soloists, and orchestra • A Master of Music degree (preferred, but not required) • Training as a singer • Broad knowledge of choral repertoire • A desire to work with an adult community chorus • Developed connections within the Greater Boston music community And you would want to: • Rehearse with us every Monday from 7:30 to 9:30, with additional rehearsals scheduled around concert dates, and conduct three programs per year (December, March, and May) • Chair the music committee and research and order music for our concerts • Audition new members and try to attract new and younger members to the group • Recruit soloists for our May concert and orchestra members for our December and May concerts • Work with the QCS treasurer to prepare a season budget • Attend monthly board meetings • Plan programs for the Quincy community, such as the John Adams and John Quincy Adams birthday celebrations, as well as programs for local assisted living facilities • Represent QCS at the Greater Boston Choral Consortium meetings and in public forums, such as on local cable access television • Help coordinate bi-annual trips to Europe and trips to domestic music festivals Then we'd like to audition for you to see if we might be your next chorus! To apply, please submit the materials listed below to Jennifer Jovin, President, Quincy Choral Society, qcsdirectorsearch@gmail.com. To submit hard copies via snail mail, please send them to: Quincy Choral Society, P.O. Box 108, Quincy, MA 02170. The position will be open until filled. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Application materials: • Cover letter that states your musical philosophy and your theory about successful choral conducting • Resume or CV • Sample concert materials; web links to performance videos or audio clips are preferred, but we'll accept DVDs, CDs, or copies of programs • Two letters of reference from members of a chorus you have conducted and/or accompanists you have worked with recently
NULLPTQuincy Choral SocietyQuincyMAJennifer Jovinqcsdirectorsearch@gmail.com2016-04-102016-12-31
View422Wellesley Middle School Band DirectorConduct 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Bands. Teach some middle school general mu...more
Conduct 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Bands. Teach some middle school general music. Teach some elementary band. Please apply online on School Spring or at http://www.wellesley.k12.ma.us/district/human-resources/pages/employment-opportunities
FTNULLWellesley Middle SchoolWellesleyMADr. Sabrina QuintanaQuintanaS@wellesleyps.org2016-04-082016-06-30
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