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||1454||Chamber Orchestra Conductor (Remote)||The Conductor will lead the Chamber Orchestra, Community Music Center of Bo... more |
The Conductor will lead the Chamber Orchestra, Community Music Center of Boston’s largest instrumental ensemble. The primary responsibilities include leading the rehearsals and direction of the ensemble, composed of students ranging from school age to adults. The Conductor selects the repertoire from a wide range of styles/composers and is encouraged to program repertoire that reflects the communities that we serve. The conductor is responsible for creating and fostering a warm, productive environment that makes students feel inspired, motivated, and welcome. Bilingual speakers (Spanish, Mandarin, or Cantonese) are highly encouraged to apply. Status: Part Time (Saturday Afternoons 4:00PM – 5:30PM) ONLINE Start Date: Saturday, January 09 2021 Reports to: Senior Director of the Community Music School at CMCB and the Ensemble and Chamber Music Faculty Instructional Lead Works Closely With: Community Music School Coordinator, Chief Programming Officer, and Registration Staff RESPONSIBILITIES General - Be knowledgeable about CMCB’s mission, vision, values, and policies - Teach students according to curricular guidelines Specific -Select accessible and diverse repertoire for a chamber orchestra of various ages and experience levels -Assist with recruitment, retention, and ensemble management & development -Conduct weekly rehearsals, currently on Saturdays (ONLINE) from 4:00PM – 5:30PM, aided by an assistant conductor. -Prepare the Chamber Orchestra to perform in typically three live concerts throughout the year (in the remote learning space, the Chamber Orchestra is preparing Online Recording Projects to share with our community) -Accurately update and maintain attendance sheets and communicate with students and front office staff when multiple student absences occur -Work with Registrar on resolving scheduling conflicts -Maintain open and regular communication with parents and students to support educational progress -Contact students/parents regarding any unexpected absences Communication and Participation -Attend paid departmental meetings and annual all-faculty meeting/orientations as scheduled -Participate in departmental events, competitions, recitals, and concerts and encourage students to attend -Participate and assist in annual ensemble auditions -Communicate clearly with Front Office regarding teaching schedule -Respond to requests from CMCB staff in a timely manner Qualifications: Essential -A Bachelor’s degree in music performance or education with knowledge in the field of conducting or equivalent experience -A minimum of 2 years teaching experience -Must have experience working with diverse populations of students -The successful candidate will have a commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion as pedagogical and professional values -Knowledge of Zoom and the Google Suite – ongoing training is provided in this area -Comfortability with leading an ensemble through online platforms such as Zoom and Rehearsal Live Share -Ability to teach group classes composed of a diverse range of ages -Availability on Saturdays: 4:00PM-5:30PM -Knowledge in a diverse range of styles preferred (i.e. Classical, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Folk, and/or Popular Music) -Fluent score-reading in treble, alto, and bass clefs; knowledge of music theory including, but not limited to, meters, key signatures, and transcription -Ability to motivate and/or inspire others -Excellent interpersonal skills (engaging and professional) -Effective communication with others -Demonstrated ability to actively listen to and learn from others Preferred -Bilingual (Spanish, Mandarin, or Cantonese) skills are a plus but not required -Arranging skills are a plus but not required How To Apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter (ATTN: Michael Depasquale, Senior Director of the Community Music School) to email@example.com. Application deadline is December 20th, 2020. Please, no phone calls or walk-ins. About this Organization: Community Music Center of Boston is an arts education nonprofit founded in 1910, with a mission to transform lives by providing equitable access to excellent music education and arts experiences. Over 4,000 students participate in our programs every week. We are proud to act as the largest external provider of arts education to the Boston Public Schools, supporting rigorous, relevant, and culturally-responsive musical instruction for one of the most diverse school districts in the nation. CMCB's Community Music School Division offers lessons, group classes, ensembles, and early childhood programming at our headquarters in Boston's South End. Our Community Engagement Programs operate in partnership with a dozen public schools, a dozen social service agencies, and a variety of community centers, housing developments, and charter schools, supporting programs throughout virtually every neighborhood in Boston, in-school, after-school, and in the summer. Community Music Center of Boston is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Community Music Center of Boston policy prohibits discrimination and harassment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age (40 or over), disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, parental status, political affiliation, union membership, genetic information, or history of participation in the Equal Employment Opportunity process, grievance procedure, or any authorized complaint procedure.
|NULL||PT||Community Music Center of Boston||Boston||Massachusetts||Michael Depasqualefirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-11-23||2020-12-22|
||1453||Teaching Artist in Boston Elementary School||H+H seeks a practicing, professional artist to educate, inspire, and engage... more |
H+H seeks a practicing, professional artist to educate, inspire, and engage students in weekly music classes beginning in January 2021. Students are in grades K0-2 at the Michael J. Perkins School in South Boston. The successful candidate has a strong background in the major elementary general music methodologies; approaches their work with equity at the core and a desire to decolonize the music classroom; prioritizes singing and the development of the voice in their teaching practice; and is well-versed in elementary level repertoire and materials. The Teaching Artist engages students in developing basic music literacy skills, experiencing the joy of music through active participation and hands-on learning activities, and exposure to live music performance by professional musicians. This comprehensive approach to music education, delivered through a structured, student-centered curriculum and live music performance by professional artists, provides exciting enhancements to the school's dynamic culture, and supports the social, emotional, academic, and artistic growth of its students from an early age. The Teaching Artist teaches six (6) classes weekly during the school day. Classes occur on Mondays and instruction takes place with the classroom teacher present. All instruction is remote under the current guidelines from Boston Public Schools. Qualifications: A passion for sharing music with all people, in particular with children. Prior experience teaching in a youth educational setting, preferably in an urban environment at the elementary level. Experience with remote instruction is desirable. Collegiate study in music and/or education and excellent musicianship skills. Vocal/choral artists are especially encouraged to apply. A working knowledge of or training in First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfege are beneficial but not required. Experience teaching in an ABA-based classroom or other special education setting desirable. Exceptional interpersonal skills, including the ability to relate to and engage young children with genuine warmth and energy and to create positive workplace relationships. Enthusiasm for working collaboratively with school communities. Exceptional communication skills and attention to detail. Pro-active approach, flexibility, reliability, ability to work independently, and positive attitude extremely important. Sensitivity to, appreciation for, and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of students. Fluency in Spanish, Cape Verdean, Vietnamese, Haitian, or Mandarin is desirable. Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society. Duties: Deliver curriculum and instruction in music literacy and singing that is culturally relevant, joyful, and challenging over the 2020-21 academic year per calendar set by the Perkins School and H+H administrations. Instruction occurs through the end of the school year, as determined by Boston Public Schools. Maintain lesson plans and collaborate with classroom teachers to incorporate themes from other areas of the students' learning as much as possible. Maintain a weekly journal to record anecdotal data on program developments and student performance and develop relevant tools for measurement and assessment that are useful in evaluating student progress and effectiveness of teaching practice. Attend school celebrations, special events, meetings and other functions deemed necessary by the Perkins School and H+H administrations. Be available to meet with Board members, donors, and funders during the year and participate in events that maintain and cultivate interest in the H+H Education Program. Act as a representative of H+H at social events, educational meetings, and/or conferences. Other duties as assigned.
|NULL||PT||Handel and Haydn Society||Boston||MA||Emily Reedemail@example.com||2020-11-18||2020-12-05|
||1452||Middle School Chorus, Drama and General Music||The Watertown Public Schools has a year long vacancy for a Middle School Ch... more |
The Watertown Public Schools has a year long vacancy for a Middle School Chorus, Drama and General Music Teacher. This position is fully remote. An ideal candidate would be a certified educator with experience using digital platforms for engagement and active participation. Come and be part of a wonderfully supportive community and gain valuable experience in music/arts education. Candidates with diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged.
|FT||NULL||Watertown Middle School||Watertown||Massachusetts||Richard G. Saunders, Fine, Applied and Performing Arts Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-11-18||2020-12-24|
||1451||2020-2021 Early Hiring Pool for the Boston Public Schools||The Boston Public Schools will be publishing various music teacher openings... more |
The Boston Public Schools will be publishing various music teacher openings in March for the 2021-2022 school year. Consider submitting your application for the early hiring pool! Grade spans and specific music content areas will not be known until the positions are posted in March. https://bostonpublicschools.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=20192 ABOUT THIS JOB POSTING This job posting is for all individuals interested in teaching positions in the Boston Public Schools in the 2021-2022 school year. By submitting your application to this posting, you have the opportunity to participate in our virtual pre-screening interview process with an opportunity to be a part of the district’s priority candidate pool. School leaders will have early access to the candidates in this pool, enabling them to reach out to interested candidates prior to the official district posting of jobs in March 2021.
|FT||NULL||Boston Public Schools||Boston||MA||Anthony Beatriceemail@example.com||2020-11-12||2021-03-01|
||1450||Development Associate||The Development Associate (DA) is an integral member of the Advancement Tea... more |
The Development Associate (DA) is an integral member of the Advancement Team at Community Music Center of Boston (CMCB). This individual works very closely with the Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) to implement all administrative activities related to the annual fund, which raises $350,000 annually. Primary responsibilities for the position include donor database management (Raiser’s Edge) and donor communications. The DA will also collaborate with other departments and the Board of Directors to produce special events, and assist in providing overall administrative support for the Advancement department. Status: Full-Time, some evening/weekend hours are required, exempt - Benefits Eligible Start Date: January 2020 Reports to: Chief Advancement Officer Works Closely With: Marketing & Communications Coordinator, Manager of Institutional Giving, Executive Assistant, Accountant RESPONSIBILITIES Development: -Process donations and generate acknowledgement letters in a timely manner -Draft donor communications, including recognition letters, solicitation, engagement and other correspondence (including newsletters, brochures, annual report, website, social media) -Coordinate annual fund mailings, including mail merges -Administratively support CAO with all donor stewardship and cultivation activities (including phone calls, direct mail, thank you notes, emails, and other outreach) -Conduct research and make recommendations including researching existing constituents to identify new donor prospects and researching fundraising best practices to recommend new strategies -Support CAO in strategic thinking to maintain and increase membership in Giving Societies and in cultivation of new donors -Assist CAO with recruiting Board and Corporation member participation in donor stewardship Develop and sustain excellent working relationships at all levels of the organization to generate interest and -participation in stewardship initiatives Administrative: -Responsible for accurate record management, report generation, and maintaining accurate and up-to-date donor lists for website and annual report -Track and maintain related Development expenses including stationery and office supplies; Coordinate supply orders and in-kind instrument donation drop offs with front office staff -Take meeting notes and prepare minutes as necessary Volunteers & Special Events -Coordinate volunteers, working closely with program and operations staff and faculty to identify areas of need, recruiting volunteers, coordinating training and associated logistics, and stewardship of volunteer relationships. -Support the planning and execution of CMCB fundraising events with a focus on individual donor engagement (includes cultivation/solicitation events for members of CMCB Board, Corporation and Giving Societies, annual gala and music festival). ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS -College degree and/or 1-2 years professional work experience -Ability to function within a diverse, inclusive, and culturally-responsive environment -Ability to work in a temporary hybrid remote/in-person work environment -Energetic, enthusiastic, and self-motivated learner interested in working for a growing organization -Strong written and verbal communication skills; strong command of the English language -Team player who enjoys both working independently and collaboratively with others -Ability to work on multiple projects, adjust quickly to shifting priorities, and exercise good judgment in order to successfully meet established goals and objectives, including the ability to take initiative and anticipate potential project complications or needs before they arise. -Very high attention to detail and strong proofreading skills -Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information -Strong computer skills (including Raiser’s Edge or other donor software, Microsoft Office including Excel, Google Suite/Drive). PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS -1-2 years of development/fundraising experience and/or customer service experience -Knowledge and experience with Raiser’s Edge or equivalent donor CRMs. -Interest in arts or music -Written and oral fluency in a second language PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; and climb stairs. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS Salary - $40,000 Benefits include medical insurance (group health and flexible spending account), paid time off, non-contributory 403(b) retirement plan, and discounts on music instruction at CMCB. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS Send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please address cover letter to Sarah Spinella, Chief Advancement Officer. Application deadline is November 30, 2020. Please, no phone calls or walk-ins. ABOUT COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER OF BOSTON Community Music Center of Boston is an arts education nonprofit founded in 1910 with a mission to transform lives by providing equitable access to excellent music education and arts experiences. Over 4,000 students participate in our programs every week. We are proud to act as the largest external provider of arts education to the Boston Public Schools, supporting rigorous, relevant, and culturally-responsive musical instruction for one of the most diverse school districts in the nation. CMCB's Community Music School Division offers lessons, group classes, ensembles, and early childhood programming at our headquarters in Boston's South End. Our Community Engagement Programs operate in partnership with a dozen public schools, a dozen social service agencies, and a variety of community centers, housing developments, and charter schools, supporting programs throughout virtually every neighborhood in Boston, in-school, after-school, and in the summer. Community Music Center of Boston is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
|FT||NULL||Community Music Center of Boston||Boston||MA||Sarah Spinellaemail@example.com||2020-11-05||2020-12-01|
||1449||Full-time Band teacher, grades 3-6||Gordon W. Mitchell School Full-time Band teacher, grades 3-6 Qualifications... more |
Gordon W. Mitchell School Full-time Band teacher, grades 3-6 Qualifications: Massachusetts certification in Music Education, strong instrumental background, experience teaching beginning lessons in woodwinds/brass/percussion, energetic, positive personality, strong organizational skills, working well and collaborating with other teachers and administration Teaching responsibilities include: Beginning band lessons and ensemble rehearsals, grades 4-6 General music classes, grade 3 (recorder) Full-time position Deadline to apply: September 23, 2020 Please send a letter of application, resume, evidence of MA licensure, transcripts, and 3 recent letters of reference to: Elizabeth L. Legault, Superintendent of Schools, 143 Plymouth Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333
|FT||NULL||Gordon W. Mitchell Middle School||East Bridgewater||MA||Lynda Maccini Pavloff, Director of Music||Lmaccinipavloff@ebps.net||2020-11-05||2020-11-20|
||1448||General Music Long Term Sub K-6||Looking for a candidate for a long term substitute position through January... more |
Looking for a candidate for a long term substitute position through January 4, 2021 but may be longer. The assignment is 3.5 days at the Jacob Hiatt Magnet School and 1.5 days at the Academic Center for Transition, a therapeutic day school. The position is a combination or remote and hybrid instruction and may change throughout the assignment. Candidate must be certified in music in MA and have experience with the Google for Education tools.
|FT||NULL||Jacob Hiatt and A.C.T.||Worcester||Massachusetts||Lisa Leachfirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-10-26||2020-11-02|
||1447||After school Piano Teacher - Remote||Love teaching but hate the administrative hassle of managing payments, comm... more |
Love teaching but hate the administrative hassle of managing payments, communications, no-shows and make-ups? At New England Music Academy (NEMA); -Teachers are paid whether students show up for lessons or not, -Teachers never have to deal with policy, payment, scheduling issues or make-ups and - We work hard to fill your schedule for you. AT NEMA We have a full complement of highly qualified administrative staff so all you have to do is teach. We offer growth and earning opportunities beyond regular teaching hours. We will never charge you rental, marketing or other fees to be a part of our team ESSENTIAL CHARACTERSITICS: a warm and friendly personality, a love for teaching piano to students of all ages and levels, and a positive, fun approach that draws students into the learning process. We pride ourselves on timeliness, attention to detail, and strong communication skills. REQUIREMENTS: degree in music, music theory or equivalent experience, - experience teaching groups and private lessons, - ability to provide lessons through Zoom from your home for the time being using our NEMA accounts. We will watch COVID benchmarks and return to in person lessons when the majority of families and teachers are feel ready for in person lessons. When lessons resume in the classroom, teachers and families will have the choice to return to the classroom or remain remote.
|NULL||PT||New England Music Academy||WESTBOROUGH||MA||Deanna Wongemail@example.com||2020-10-22||2020-12-04|
||1446||K-4 General Music Long Term Sub in Chelmsford||Join a supportive music and building team as the K-4 General Music Teacher ... more |
Join a supportive music and building team as the K-4 General Music Teacher at the Harrington Elementary School in Chelmsford, MA! Music classes are currently being taught virtually and teachers are teaching from school buildings. Certification required, experience with Google Classroom preferred. Apply on School Spring: Job posting 3379481
|FT||NULL||Harrington Elementary||Chelmsford||MA||Christy Whittleseyfirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-10-19||2020-10-26|
||1445||Middle School General Music & Chorus - Long Term Sub||The Lynn Public Schools Music Department is seeking an excellent Middle Sch... more |
The Lynn Public Schools Music Department is seeking an excellent Middle School General Music and Chorus Teacher to serve as a Long-Term Sub at Breed Middle School. The anticipated duration of this position will be November 2020 through June 2021. An ideal candidate will have experience implementing engaging standards-based lessons and working collaboratively with other educators. Applicants should also possess ability and willingness to use an online learning management system while providing instruction. Applications will be accepted through the LPS TalentEd portal at https://lynnschools.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx once the position is posted there. Application Materials may also be sent to the district-level supervisor for Music Education, Assistant Director of Curriculum and Instruction: Music Ms. Julie Carroll, at email@example.com
|FT||NULL||Breed Middle School||Lynn||MA||Julie Carrollfirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-10-09||2020-11-14|
||1444||Community Engagement Manager||Reporting to the Senior Director of Community Engagement Programs, the Comm... more |
Reporting to the Senior Director of Community Engagement Programs, the Community Engagement Manager (CEM) will engage with the Teaching Artists and Music Therapists to ensure that CMCB partners receive high-quality arts programming that reflects the core values of CMCB. Maintaining multi-generational relationships with community partners, teaching artists, faculty, board, staff, parents, students, and donors, the CEM will exude warmth and energy while supporting a historic community engagement program focused on access for diverse populations. The CEM will oversee best practices in hiring, training, mentoring, and evaluating the work of a diverse group of teaching artists, faculty, interns, and donors. The CEM will also work closely with the Senior Director of the Community Music School, Community Music School Coordinator and the Early Childhood Director to activate the relationships between community programs and other Community Music School programming. Start Date: October/November 2020 Reports to: Senior Director of Community Engagement Programs (SDCEP) Oversees: Community Engagement Program Teaching Artists (TAs) Works Closely With: Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC), Teaching Artist Instructional Leads (TALs), Music Therapists, Chief Programming Officer (CPO), Senior Director of Community Music School (SDCEM), Early Childhood Director (ECH), and Community Music School Coordinator (CMSC) Roles & Responsibilities Program Development, Diversity, and Inclusion - Foster and leverage CMCB’s strong reputation as an extraordinary community music school to sustain current programming and to develop future opportunities for expansion and growth in the community engagement division - Ensure the highest level of programs and services that meet the needs of a diverse community - Work with SDCEP and CEC to maximize CMCB’s community impact - Work with CPO and SDCEP to manage programmatic risk, including ensuring that appropriate compliance systems are in place and steps are taken to reduce organizational risks related to finance, safety, labor relations, and other related functions - Maintain compliance with Code of Ethics & Standards – FERPA - Work with SDCEP to define program goals and develop strategies to meet them - Work with SDCEP to oversee community engagement contracts and implementation - Work with CEC to maintain community engagement equipment and instruments - Work with CPO and SDCEP to ensure that the hiring practices are equitable and that they minimize implicit bias of marginalized groups. - Work with SDCEP to create and refine theories of change/logic models - Work with SDCEP to define, document, and report programmatic impact - In consultation with SDCEP, create corrective plans for pilots that are off track - Work with SDCEP to identify and promote innovative programming that challenges the status quo and pushes the organization to consider choices that may be outside its traditional comfort zone - Work with SDCEP to strengthen current partnerships while developing new partnership agreements with schools and community organizations to advance CMCB’s community-based activities throughout the Greater Boston area - Work with SDCEP to integrate all aspects of CMCB’s programs to ensure that programs are aligned in fulfilling the mission and vision - Work with SDCEP to lead day-to-day operations to ensure that faculty, staff, students, and parents have a memorable experience that leaves a legacy on their future growth and personal development Stakeholder Cultivation and Community Engagement - Listen carefully, speak persuasively, and anticipate concerns of parents, students, faculty, staff, external partners, and the public - Work with SDCEP to mobilize the talents, connections, and resources of the board to stimulate their continued active involvement - Work with SDCEP to refine, monitor, and implement the FY21 strategic plan with the board, enabling the community engagement and satellites department to gain market visibility and achieve greater organizational impact Financial Acumen and Organizational Management - Spearhead innovation and creativity to allow the community engagement programs to become more structured, prescriptive, and data-driven - Work with SDCEP in monitoring and reporting financials to ensure the financial health and stability of each program while also matching money to mission - Empower and build camaraderie among Teaching Artist Instructional Leads (TILs), Teaching Artists (TAs) and Music Therapists (MTs) to recognize and leverage individual strengths that contribute to organizational success - Work with SDCEP to financially negotiate, manage, and implement CMCB’s contractual partnership agreements - Work with SDCEP and CPO to determine program rates and fees - Work with SDCEP to assist advancement department in grant application and reporting process - Provide leadership in the recruitment and retention of students and clients Team Management - Work with SDCEP to promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to quality and customer service - Work with SDCEP to establish and monitor staff performance and development goals, assign accountabilities, set objectives, establish priorities, and provide ongoing regular and ad-hoc feedback and support to staff - Work with SDCEP to ensure that staff members on the team receive timely and appropriate training in alignment with their professional development and departmental goals Key competencies include the following: - Leadership – The ability to organize and motivate other people to accomplish goals, create a sense of order and direction, and gain active participation among a variety of stakeholders. - Diplomacy and Employee Development – The capacity to interact with others in a positive manner, treat them fairly, and listen carefully to what they say while facilitating their professional growth. - Personal Accountability – The competence to prioritize and complete necessary tasks in order to meet or exceed the mutually agreed upon expectations of the role and to assume accountability for leadership actions. - Stakeholder Satisfaction – The dexterity to embrace diverse stakeholder perspectives, including those of staff, faculty, students, families, board, and the Greater Boston population, and set a course that balances organizational goals with those individual needs. - Bridge builder – A confident and effective communicator/negotiator who has the ability to engage, leverage, and fully activate current and potentially future partnerships. Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree and/or extensive knowledge in the field of community engagement, program design and leadership, or teaching artistry - Must have the ability to plan and execute department initiatives - Expertise in planning, organizational development, and team building in a collegial environment of mutual respect is needed - A successful track record in best practices within the community engagement field and a high level of leadership experience is expected - The successful candidate should have a passion for arts as a tool for community engagement as well as enthusiasm for CMCB’s dual mission of excellence and access - Minimum of 5 years of experience is preferred - Fluency in a second language (French, Creole, Spanish, Mandarin) a plus Compensation & Benefits -Salary –$40Ks - Benefits include medical insurance (group health and flexible spending account), paid time off, non-contributory 403(b) retirement plan, and discounts on music instruction at CMCB. Application Instructions Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter (ATTN: Morgan Beckford, Chief Programming Officer) to email@example.com. Application deadline is October 30th, 2020. Please, no phone calls or walk-ins. ABOUT COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER OF BOSTON Community Music Center of Boston is an arts education nonprofit founded in 1910, with a mission to transform lives by providing equitable access to excellent music education and arts experiences. Over 4,000 students participate in our programs every week. We are proud to act as the largest external provider of arts education to the Boston Public Schools, supporting rigorous, relevant, and culturally-responsive musical instruction for one of the most diverse school districts in the nation. CMCB's Community Music School Division offers lessons, group classes, ensembles, and early childhood programming at our headquarters in Boston's South End. Our Community Engagement Programs operate in partnership with a dozen public schools, a dozen social service agencies, and a variety of community centers, housing developments, and charter schools, supporting programs throughout virtually every neighborhood in Boston, in-school, after-school, and in the summer. Community Music Center of Boston is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
|FT||NULL||Community Music Center of Boston||Boston||Massachusetts||Morgan Beckfordfirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-10-08||2020-11-07|
||1443||DISTRICT: ITINERANT MUSIC TEACHER (#1020 A)||Taunton Public Schools is seeking a Massachusetts Department of Elementary ... more |
Taunton Public Schools is seeking a Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education licensed, music teacher - All Levels (Music: Vocal / Instrumental / General - All Levels) to teach classes for the district. Teaching assignment will be elementary k-4 and 4th grade chorus.
|FT||NULL||District||Taunton||Massachusetts||Dr. Cheryl Butts||Cheryl.Butts@tauntonschools.org||2020-09-23||2020-09-27|
||1442||High School Music||Soon - beginning 9/28 or 9/29 - minimum 2 weeks, maximum up to 8 weeks.
2 b... more |
Soon - beginning 9/28 or 9/29 - minimum 2 weeks, maximum up to 8 weeks. 2 beginning piano classes 1 beginning music theory 1 history of american pop music 1900-1950 1 intensive special ed class. I'm in Warwick, Rhode Island at Pilgrim HS and we are distance learning so everything will be via google classroom and "meets" or "zoom". I have a clear curriculum and online materials for all but I don't have a bunch of lessons ready so there is plenty of room for your own creativity. Maybe this is good for a recent graduate?
|FT||NULL||Pilgrim High School||Warwick||Rhode Island||Nancy M Kennedy email@example.com||2020-09-16||2020-09-28|
||1441||Choral Director||Position Summary: The Director of Choral Programs will lead one rehearsal ... more |
Position Summary: The Director of Choral Programs will lead one rehearsal per week during the 70-minute fourth period. Working with middle and high school students, director will teach the fundamentals of music including vocal technique and music theory while preparing students for school concerts (done two times per year conditions permitting) and outside performances. Rehearsals are to start and end on time. Repertoire is chosen in conjunction with the arts chair. Consideration will be given to applicants who have distance learning experience.
|NULL||PT||Falmouth Academy||Falmouth||MA||George Scharrfirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-09-16||2020-11-30|
||1440||.5 K-2 General Music/Chorus||Immediate need! .5 K - 2 Great district!!!||NULL||PT||H Olive Day School||Norfolk||MA||Linda Balfouremail@example.com||2020-09-11||2020-11-11|
||1439||Gr 5-8 Band Long-Term Substitute Needed!||Currently seeking a long-term substitute to lead our Parker Middle School G... more |
Currently seeking a long-term substitute to lead our Parker Middle School Grade 5-8 Band Program in Chelmsford through December. The teacher will work in the building at Parker M-T/TH-F (Wednesdays from home) and teach live synchronous band lessons each day in the afternoons from the band room. For a portion of each morning, the teacher will also be paired with a non-music teacher to collaborate with them and provide support. Experience with Google Classroom and music technology programs preferred. We have awesome band faculty who are super supportive and collaborative, and we would love to welcome an enthusiastic music teacher to our team! All applicants must apply on School Spring: School Spring job posting #3362601
|FT||NULL||Parker Middle School||Chelmsford||MA||Christy Whittleseyfirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-09-11||2020-09-16|
||1438||Violin and Cello Lesson Teacher||The Medfield School District is seeking violin and cello teachers for its o... more |
The Medfield School District is seeking violin and cello teachers for its online private lesson program. Candidates should have experience and capability to teach lessons using an online platform.
|NULL||PT||Medfield High School||Medfield||MA||Jason Bielik, K-12 Director of Musicemail@example.com||2020-09-10||2020-10-01|
||1436||Assistant Registrar/Facilities Coordinator (Bilingual Preferred)||The Assistant Registrar/Facilities Coordinator is an integral member of the... more |
The Assistant Registrar/Facilities Coordinator is an integral member of the registration team, serving as a first point of contact, and will present a warm and welcoming environment for the school’s families, students and visitors. The position will assist with running an efficient registration office as well as oversee the coordination of facilities planning and maintenance to ensure that the school is safe, secure and well maintained. Status: Full-Time (40 hours/week), Exempt Schedule will include Saturdays and some weekday evenings Includes onsite and remote work, to be mutually agreed upon Start Date: September/October 2020 Reports to: Chief Finance / Operating Officer (CFO/COO) Works Closely With: Chief Finance / Operating Officer (CFO/COO), Registrar/Office Manager, Faculty Roles & Responsibilities Registration/Administrative • Ensure registration procedures are streamlined and operating effectively • Manage registration office operations, provide administrative coverage and be responsible for opening/closing school • Register students for music instruction and classes • Process student and family data in registration software • Maintain updated faculty schedules and communicate with faculty regarding teaching schedules and changes • Update teaching room schedules • File and maintain student records • Assist with producing registration and enrollment data reports • Answer phone calls and provide customer service support • Provide general information about program offerings • Follow-up on all inquiries Tuition Collection • Assist with monthly billing process and tuition collection procedures • Record tuition transactions and adjustments in registration system • Assist with reconciling daily income reports • Assist with preparing income deposits Facilities • Work with Operations to coordinate all facility activities including building maintenance and repairs and ensuring that permits are up-to-date and facility is in compliance with regulations • Coordinate facilities activities including processing room/space set up requests, managing space rentals, and scheduling of events • Arrange chairs, tables, technology equipment, and other items for all events Qualifications • Bachelor’s Degree preferred • Bilingual speakers (Spanish or Chinese – Spanish preferred) • 1-2 years professional experience • Strong written and verbal communication • Highly organized, detail oriented, and prioritizes tasks to maximize workflow • Embraces change, can adjust to shifting priorities and meet deadlines • Previous experience in arts administration and/or school environment • Ability to create a culturally competent and inclusive environment • Motivated and can work independently as well as collaboratively across teams • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite & Google Apps Compensation & Benefits • Range is in the $30k’s • Benefits include medical insurance (group health and flexible spending account), paid time off, non-contributory (self-funded) 403(b) retirement plan, and discounts on music instruction at CMCB. Application Instructions Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter (ATTN: Meghan Jasani, Chief Finance / Operating Officer) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is September 25th, 2020. Please no phone calls or walk-ins.
|FT||NULL||Community Music Center of Boston||Boston||MA||Meghan Jasaniemail@example.com||2020-09-02||2020-10-15|
||1435||Music Director||Wellesley Symphony Orchestra Music Director
The Music Dir... more |
Wellesley Symphony Orchestra Music Director Job Description The Music Director of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra is a consummate musician who provides leadership to the orchestra in all aspects of the orchestra’s performances. The candidate is passionate about classical music and inspires and shapes the orchestra’s musical identity; has a broad knowledge of instruments, orchestral repertoire, music history, and conducting; and serves as an ambassador for the orchestra to the community. The Music Director reports to the Board and consults and communicates regularly with the Board regarding musical responsibilities. Musical responsibilities The Music Director assumes the following musical responsibilities, with appropriate Board, orchestra, Manager, and Assistant Conductor consultation: Schedules the season Leads repertoire selection for each concert Selects guest artists and soloists Auditions and engages musicians as needed Determines section seating Through regularly scheduled rehearsals and sectionals, prepares the orchestra to the highest possible level of artistic performance Creates the performance and rehearsal schedule Works with the librarian to acquire and prepare scores and parts Evaluates audio and video recordings of the orchestra as to their suitability for release Judges the annual Young Soloist Competition, along with three others, and schedules the winner’s performance with the orchestra. Relationships The Music Director establishes and maintains a positive, mutually respectful artistic relationship with the orchestra, Board, and staff. Orchestra: Serves as a mentor to the musicians and inspires them to perform at the highest level possible. Conducts collaborative, efficient, productive rehearsals Board: Submits season schedule and program for approval. Regularly communicates the status of artistic programs and projects. Attends Board meetings as a non-voting member as requested Manager: Collaborates on engaging musicians for each concert to ensure adequate instrumentation while staying within the budget. Supports maintenance of a list of substitute musicians. Participates in development activities Assistant Conductor: As appropriate, acts as mentor and collaborates on rehearsals and performances Community relations Helps build the orchestra’s presence in the community by participating in activities that further WSO’s name recognition and that develop the overall image of the orchestra. Acts as a musical leader in the community, supporting opportunities to collaborate with local organizations and institutions and to participate in community events and activities Collaborates with the Board and the Manager on projects to maintain and build the audience Attends selected fundraising events Accountability Reports to the Board of Directors Works with the Manager and the Board to establish a comprehensive artistic plan based on the season budget Creates and maintains good relationships with the orchestra How to Apply: Applications should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than September 30, 2020 Please use “Music Director Search” in the subject of the email, followed by your name in parentheses (for example, Music Director Search (Jane Doe)) The following items must be included with your email: Name Mailing address Phone number (cell and/or home; please specify) Email address Resumé At least 3 references Links to recordings or videos of past performances that you conducted A statement describing your interest in this position, including how it would fit into your professional goals Your compensation expectations You may direct any questions to: Search Committee, at email@example.com The Wellesley Symphony Orchestra is an equal opportunity employer.
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||1434||Elementary General Music and Strings||Worcester Arts Magnet School is searching for a visonary and accomplished m... more |
Worcester Arts Magnet School is searching for a visonary and accomplished music educator for general music grades prek-6, Show choir (5-6), Group strings lessons (2-6) and Orchestra (4-6). This is a full time position in our arts magnet elementary school and requires a MA certified teacher with a thorough grounding in child development, music education and a positive, supportive teaching approach. Fluency in Spanish, Vietnamese, Twi, Albanian, or Arabic and certification in Kodaly/Orfff or Gordon a plus.
|FT||NULL||Worcester Public Schools||Worcester||MA||Lisa Leachemail@example.com||2020-08-26||2020-09-02|