|Actions||Job ID||Job Title||Description||Full Time||Part Time||School||City||State||Contact Person||Expiration Date||Creation Date|
||1372||Marching Band Director||QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Employment as a teacher at the site of the activity is p... more |
QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Employment as a teacher at the site of the activity is preferred but not required. 2. Related or prior experience in the activity or similar activity is preferred. 3. A proven ability to work in a polite and friendly manner with many different publics. 4. Must possess a sense of humor. 5. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the School Department may find appropriate and acceptable. REPORTS TO: Building Principal and/or Program Manager as appropriate. SUPERVISES: All students participating in the activity. JOB GOAL: To provide additional and related experiences for students in support of their individual interests or adjunct program, class, or school activities. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES (include but are not limited to): 1. Works closely with the building principal or designee and the appropriate program manager to define the performance responsibilities and duties required of the role in the specific advisorship for that building program. 2. Leads and helps organize appropriate and approved activity(s) for participating students. 3. Maintains control and oversight of any financial transactions associated with approved activities per procedures and practices established by the District and/or the building principal for such. 4. Maintains and provides, as assigned, all other appropriate documentation and record keeping specifically required of the activity. 5. Oversees and monitors the appropriate and respectful use of all school facilities, equipment, and school property used in the activity inclusive of general cleanliness and the security of such at all times that participating students are present. 6. Enforces good school citizenship while supervising student activities and monitors other performance criteria for student eligibility in the extracurricular activity. 7. Performs such other related tasks and assumes such other related responsibilities as may from time to time be assigned by the Principal and/or Program Manager as appropriate. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of those in this classification.
|NULL||PT||Plymouth North and South High Schools||Plymouth||MA||Patty Fryemail@example.com||2020-03-04||2020-02-20|
||1371||JK-8 Music and Choral Teacher||The Meadowbrook School of Weston, a junior kindergarten through 8th grade s... more |
The Meadowbrook School of Weston, a junior kindergarten through 8th grade school located seven miles west of Boston, seeks a music educator to join our faculty starting in August 2020. This full-time teacher is responsible for teaching music classes in JK- grade 5, choral classes in grades 3-5, and middle school arts courses. Students participating in these classes will be performing at whole school assemblies including but not limited to Thanksgiving Assembly, Winter Concert, and Fine Arts Night. There is also an opportunity to work with the arts team and provide musical direction for the middle school musical. Additional daily responsibilities include primary duties, writing reports, communicating with families, and attending faculty and division meetings. We are seeking a candidate who demonstrates exceptional vocal arrangement and accompaniment skills, and has experience in musical theatre. In addition, candidates should demonstrate experience working with children and using a variety of teaching methods to support learning styles to help students grow their skills and confidence over time. Strong classroom management skills are essential. We are seeking a confident, adaptable, and thoughtful educator who has a strong background in both teaching and music for students ages four to fourteen. At Meadowbrook, smart, passionate people join together in an expansive learning environment with rigorous academics and innovative curricula to inspire, challenge, and empower students to achieve at the highest level, connect deeply with a diverse community, and courageously create change. We strongly encourage applications from people of color, LGBTQ educators, or educators from communities that are historically underrepresented in independent schools. We are committed to an inclusive school experience for all those who come to work at Meadowbrook. Interested candidates should fill out the online form https://themeadowbrookschoolofweston.applytojob.com/apply/arfH9jlgyl/JK8-Music-Choral-Teacher?source=Massmea.
|FT||NULL||Meadowbrook School||Weston||MA||To apply for this position, please click on this link: https://themeadowbr... more |
To apply for this position, please click on this link: https://themeadowbrookschoolofweston.applytojob.com/apply/arfH9jlgyl/JK8-Music-Choral-Teacher?source=Massmea
||1370||Director of Music||The Putney School is a secondary boarding school in rural Vermont and a lea... more |
The Putney School is a secondary boarding school in rural Vermont and a leader in progressive education. Everything we do here is part of the curriculum and a diverse faculty and staff are crucial to the success and continued relevance of our community. It is our expectation that each employee will offer their services as necessary to ensure the success of our endeavors and will have the well-being of the school as a whole and of each individual student in mind at all times. The director of music is responsible for creating and sustaining the vision and direction of the music program at The Putney School. The successful candidate will have experience directing choral and orchestral music ensembles and will possess a high level of musical knowledge and ability in a variety of areas. Candidates should be classically trained with a broad view of current and traditional world music. Experience in a residential school environment is a plus; candidates should expect to participate fully in the life of the school. The arts are prominent at The Putney School, and music has played a significant role in the history and tradition of the school. Responsibilities: Oversee academic course offerings in music, teaching classes in music theory, music history, and composition, as determined, and supervising independent projects; Supervise and evaluate, with dean of faculty, other music faculty and adjunct teachers; Conduct or supervise direction of the chorus, madrigals, orchestra, and chamber music programs; Accompany and perform with students, and prepare students for auditions and competitions; Lead a weekly all-community Sing and develop and maintain vocal repertoire and materials; Coordinate and oversee all music concerts, including winter and spring concerts, and prepare music for special events (Harvest Festival, Graduation)
|FT||NULL||The Putney School||Putney||Vermont||Music Director Search Committeefirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-03-27||2020-02-20|
||1369||PreK-12 Director of Fine Arts (Music, Fine Arts and Consumer Studies)||QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Master’s Degree or higher from an accredited college o... more |
QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Master’s Degree or higher from an accredited college or university in educational leadership. 2. Appropriate and valid Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education licensure. 3. At a minimum (5) years of successful experience as an art or music teacher. 4. Demonstrated knowledge of and skill in the principles, practices, and procedures related to excellent performing and visual arts programs, methods of planning and staging of productions and art exhibits, and effective models and practices in arts education. 5. Demonstrated ability to garner community support for the arts. 6. Commitment to and understanding of culturally responsive practice. 7. Demonstrated aptitude for innovative development of curriculum; i.e. projects, curriculum workshops, and/or associated staff training and orientation. 8. Practical experience in curriculum planning, implementation and evaluation. Other successful supervisory experience is also preferred. 9. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. 10. Excellent organizational skills and problem-solving skills. 11. Proven ability in interpersonal skills. 12. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the School Department may find appropriate and acceptable. REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Human Resources and Building Principals SUPERVISES: All professional staff in grades 1-12 who are assigned to the subject area. Such other staff members as the Superintendent may designate. JOB GOAL: To ensure that each student in the district receives the richest arts educational experience the district can provide by exhibiting leadership in: the development, implementation and coordination of arts instruction; the improvement in the quality of instruction; and the availability of appropriate resources. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (include but are not limited to): 1. May teach up to two classes. 2. Provides staff leadership in promoting the understanding of the educational objectives, and plans and administers programs of inservice educational activities for instructional personnel to meet these objectives. 3. Provides leadership in enforcing school and administrative policies, and regulations, for students and teachers within the department. 4. Prepares the initial departmental budget on an annual basis and assists the principal in preparing and defending the final copy to be submitted to the Superintendent. 5. Acts as a resource person for department teachers on curriculum questions. 6. Directs the creation, review, updating, and publication of all approved curriculum documents, guides and materials. 7. Conducts regular department meetings and submits report on department activities to the Superintendent of Schools and the building principal. 8. Evaluates and reviews the performance of all professional staff assigned to the subject area in accordance with contractual and administrative procedures and makes recommendations to the principal regarding department personnel. 9. Works with building principals in the improvement of individual staff competencies. 10. Organizes and coordinates grade level/ departmental meetings in order to effect horizontal and vertical continuity and articulation of the instructional program throughout the district. 11. Meets with other department heads to promote interdisciplinary programs. 12. Checks lesson plans regularly to ensure that curriculum requirements are being met and that necessary materials are available. 13. Assumes responsibility for ordering and distributing all departmental supplies, textbooks, equipment, technology and/or supplementary materials. 14. Maintains an up-to-date inventory of departmental materials and equipment. 15. Submits, through building principal, requests for maintenance, and repairs to equipment and facilities. 16. Establishes or participates in a program for ongoing evaluation of instruction and curriculum including, analyzing, evaluating, and disseminating data from local and state assessments. 17. Makes recommendations on curriculum development and program innovation. 18. Assists in the screening and recommended hiring of department personnel. 19. Provides orientation and inservice training programs for department personnel. 20. Advises the principal on the placement of department teachers. 21. Provides leadership, direction, and encouragement to departmental teachers to participate in local, state, regional and national conferences and enrolled students to participate in local, state regional and national competitions. 22. Assists the principal in interpreting general grading and promotional policies. 23. Keeps informed on educational innovations and trends as they relate to department concerns. 24. Seeks, writes, and manages grants applicable to department in coordination with the Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent. 25. Assists building principal in the assignment of and supervision of student teachers. 26. Engages families and the community in celebrations of the arts. 27. Performs such other related tasks and assumes such other related responsibilities as may from time to time be assigned by the Assistant Superintendent and or the Superintendent of Schools. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of those in this classification. TERMS OF EMPLOYEMENT: Per Unit B Contract EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with procedures established in the contract on the evaluation of administrative personnel. SALARY: Per Unit B Contract If interested in this position please go to the Milton Public School website – https://www.miltonps.org/about/employment-opportunities and apply via School Spring.
|FT||NULL||Milton Public Schools||Milton||MA||Laurie Dunnemail@example.com||2020-02-28||2020-02-12|
||1368||Music Director / Conductor - Powers Youth Orchestra||POSITION: Powers Music School seeks an experienced conductor and educator w... more |
POSITION: Powers Music School seeks an experienced conductor and educator with superior musical, administrative and interpersonal skills to lead and cultivate its premiere large ensemble. We seek a conductor who shares our vision of providing an exceptional environment for students to learn standard orchestral repertoire while building the musical, communicative, and social skills that are vital for performing with others. Comprised of approximately 25 students from Belmont and surrounding communities, the orchestra is augmented by two training orchestras, chamber ensembles, and the full range curricular offerings at Powers. DUTIES: Reporting to the Director of Education and Community Programs,, The Music Director conducts weekly rehearsals from 3:00-5:00 pm each Saturday; Prepares the group for annual concerts in December and May, Holds auditions 3-4 days per year - currently in early June; works with the Directors of Powers’ String Orchestra and chamber program on concerts, audition scheduling, ensemble policies; Attends the school’s annual faculty meeting in September; Attends the annual piano concerto competition in February. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred in orchestral conducting, music education, or music performance; three years professional conducting experience, preferably some working with youth in an educational setting. Candidates must have a thorough knowledge of appropriate orchestral repertoire for young musicians and demonstrate effective rehearsal techniques. START: June 2020 ORGANIZATION: A passionate community committed to playing, learning, and growing together, Powers Music School is located in Belmont, MA. Powers welcomes over 1200 students weekly, offering private music lessons in nearly 30 instruments, early childhood and group classes, jazz and rock bands, Suzuki instruction, orchestra, music theory, and composition. The school is also home to summer programs for strings, chamber music ensembles, and young children. COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience. TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume and 3 references by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to: Dr. Daniel Acsadi, Director of Education and Community Programs, Powers Music School, PO Box 398, Belmont, MA 02478 APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 15, 2020 Powers Music School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.The successful candidate for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
|NULL||PT||Powers Music School||Belmont||MA||Dr. Daniel Acsadiemail@example.com||2020-03-15||2020-02-10|
||1367||Elementary Music long-term sub||The Marshfield Public Schools seeks a full-time long-term sub for elementar... more |
The Marshfield Public Schools seeks a full-time long-term sub for elementary general music. The position starts as soon as possible and runs until February 28. There is a possibility that someone will be needed longer. Interested candidates must apply on SchoolSpring; the link for this posting is: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3226781
|FT||NULL||Marshfield Public Schools||Marshfield||MA||David Kaminskifirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-02-28||2020-02-05|
||1366||Director of School Outreach Programs||https://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/104||FT||NULL||Community Music Center of Boston||Boston||MA||NULL||NULL||2020-02-14||2020-02-04|
||1365||Choral Accompanist||Watertown Public Schools is seeking a piano accompanist to work with our Mi... more |
Watertown Public Schools is seeking a piano accompanist to work with our Middle School choral director. Successful candidates will be skilled pianists who are great listeners, are flexible and can adapt to unexpected changes in tempo and dynamics, can read and play voice parts from choral octavos, can sight-read, can improvise simple accompaniments based on chord progressions, love working with children and find joy in collaborative music-making. Job Requirements: Accompany the chorus in their classes during the school day: Middle School Accompanist: 5/6 hours per week 1:15 - 3:15 every other day (possibly 7:50 - 8:50 at an elementary school on Tuesday mornings depending on interest and availability) Accompany the chorus at concerts, in the evening and during in-school assemblies. Attend and accompany the chorus for one or two festival days during the school year. Work closely with the choral directors
|NULL||PT||Watertown Middle School||Watertown||MA||Magen Slesingeremail@example.com||2020-02-29||2020-02-04|
||1364||Private Violin teacher for after school program||The Marlboro Public School district is currently seeking a violin/viola ins... more |
The Marlboro Public School district is currently seeking a violin/viola instructor for our after school private lesson program. Private lessons are held at the high school. Ideal candidate should have experience teaching middle school to high school aged students. Please send resume to Angie Crockwell firstname.lastname@example.org
|NULL||PT||Marlborough Public Schools||Marlborough||MA||Angie Crockwellemail@example.com||2022-03-01||2020-02-03|
||1363||Executive Director||South Shore Children’s Chorus Job Announcement
Who We A... more |
South Shore Children’s Chorus Job Announcement Executive Director Who We Are: SSCC is a community-based choral program made up of over 80 singers representing 17 different local cities and towns. SSCC was founded in 2016 in order to provide musical education and vocal training to students living in the South Shore communities and beyond. SSCC keeps the development and well-being of our students as our top priority, and aims to create a safe space and loving community for choristers to learn, to grow, and to find their own voice. Job Description The South Shore Children’s Chorus (SSCC) is seeking an experienced, energetic Executive Director with a passion for supporting music education for a new part-time position. The Executive Director (ED) is the administrative leader of SSCC, providing leadership, vision, and management of the organization’s business operations in support of the artistic mission. The ED is responsible for the administration, development, and marketing of the choir. The ED will work in tandem with the SSCC Founding Artistic Director, Kirsten Oberoi, to continue SSCC’s rapid growth and implement the long-term vision for the organization. The ED will have a connection and passion for the South Shore arts community, and will be present at All-Together Rehearsals once per month, SSCC Concerts (January, May, and July), and other events. There is probability for growth in this position to become full time through successful fundraising of the ED. Administration • With the Board and Artistic Director, develop and present the annual budget • Supervise Rehearsal Manager(s) o Ensure correct and timely information is given to SSCC families • Supervise the staff payroll, collecting timecards and processing monthly payments • With the Artistic Director, negotiate and arrange contracts with guest artists, instrumentalists, etc. as necessary; establish fees and contracts for all contractual agreements with orchestras and other contracting organizations. • Supervise and keep record of all accounts and transactions, accounting, and finances of the organization • Oversee student accounts, and communicate with families about payments, scholarships, and accounts. • Build and oversee the management of master student database within Chorus Connection • Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations Development • Plan, coordinate, and implement development efforts by identifying and cultivating potential sources of revenue from individuals, corporations, grants, benefits, and others • Identify and utilize resources to assure responsive and successful applications for funding sources. • Maintain contact with donors and develop Donor Database; develop and implement methods to recognize donors and to encourage ongoing financial support. • Help to identify areas of possible expansion of programs and ventures consistent with potential new funding sources. • Increase percentage of donations, grants, and funding vs. tuition-based income • Work to increase funds and the SSCC budget to include full-time positions for both the Executive Director and Artistic Director Marketing • Coordinate the development of promotional brochures and flyers; participate in the design concept and coordinate the timely input of text and pricing; schedule activities to assure timely release of season, summer, open rehearsal, and other brochures. • Represent the chorus to local committees, meeting occasionally with community leaders to publicize activities, seek opportunities for grants, and arrange special ventures, programs, and services. • Prepare Concert Programs Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of: • Board Functions, governance, and policy development • Generally accepted accounting principles and procedures • Purchasing and accounting practices and procedures • Grant, revenue, and funding agencies and resources available to the chorus • Budget preparation and control • Record-keeping techniques • Marketing and development campaign resources and techniques • Local sources of donors Ability to: • Communicate through outstanding verbal and writing skills • Plan, coordinate, and implement overall development efforts of an arts organization • Identify potential sources of revenue • Plan, organize, and implement an overall marketing program • Prepare an annual operating budget • Authorize and purchase goods and services • Prepare and maintain accounts payable and receivable, budget, records, and reports • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others • Plan and organize work independently • Prepare comprehensive reports and maintain related records • Effective influence and encourage people on a regular basis • Attend SSCC Concerts and major events The ideal candidate has the following qualities: o A passion for growth in community music education in the South Shore of Massachusetts o A dedicated team player to join a tight-knit and passionate, but small, staff o A communicator that can deliver information effectively and kindly o Interest in helping a new organization grow and flourish by dedicating wholeheartedly and long-term to the organization Compensation: Salary: $20,000-$25,000; commensurate with experience Application Requirements: Apply by February 20th, 2020 Interested Applicants should e-mail a current resume and cover letter to Founding Artistic Director Kirsten Oberoi at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include contact information for three references and at least one letter of reference. The South Shore Children’s Chorus does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.
|NULL||PT||South Shore Children's Chorus||Quincy||MA||Kirsten Oberoiemail@example.com||2020-02-25||2020-02-01|
||1362||Middle School Music/Band - Long Term Substitute||The Belmont Public Schools are in search of a long-term substitute music te... more |
The Belmont Public Schools are in search of a long-term substitute music teacher to begin on Monday, February 24 and teach through the end of the school year in June. This position will be re-posted in the spring, and the long-term substitute may reapply for the position at that time if they choose. This is a full-time teaching position that includes the following teaching opportunities: Grade 5 Beginning Band group lessons Co-teaching Grade 5, 6 and 7 Band with two colleagues in the music department Grade 8 Classroom Music - music room is equipped with an iPad card for electronic music applications *Jazz Ensemble - after school, extra-compensatory stipend *Chamber Music - after school, extra-compensatory stipend Chenery Middle School in Belmont has an enrollment of nearly 1,500 students, with roughly 500 students involved in the band program. This is a wonderful opportunity for an eager and enthusiastic teacher to gain experience working in a community that places a high value on, and is passionate about music education in our schools. This position will be filled as soon as possible. Interested candidates should contact Arto Asadoorian, Director of Visual & Performing Arts, at their earliest convenience. Please e-mail resume, list of references and any other application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|FT||NULL||Belmont - Chenery Middle School||Belmont||MA||Arto Asadoorianemail@example.com||2020-02-28||2020-01-31|
||1361||Contemporary Music Leader||First Parish in Concord (MA), Unitarian Universalist
Contemporary Music L... more |
First Parish in Concord (MA), Unitarian Universalist Contemporary Music Leader Posted: January 2020 Position Overview: Contemporary Music Leader. First Parish in Concord, Massachusetts (FPC), Unitarian Universalist, invites applications for the position of Contemporary Music Leader. Music plays an essential role in the spiritual and community life of First Parish, a large, vibrant and historic UU church in Concord, Massachusetts. The Music Ministry of First Parish encourages singers and instrumentalists of all ages and abilities to make music together and to minister to one another, the congregation, and the wider world through music. The Contemporary Music Leader will lead the Contemporary Vocal Ensemble and Band, an adult ensemble of 20-25 volunteer singers and instrumentalists that provides music for Sunday morning worship services between four and five times a year. The Contemporary Music Leader will also provide music leadership and collaborate in planning our monthly “Open Door” contemporary service, which currently meets on Tuesday evenings at 6pm. Preferred candidate will also be able to provide keyboard for the Youth Gospel Choir, which rehearses from 9am to 9:45 am on Sundays and/or for other services and rehearsals as needed and negotiated. We seek a leader who inspires and encourages amateur musicians, works collaboratively and understands the role of music in building community, deepening spiritually and making a positive difference in the world. We seek a musician who is familiar with and excited about sharing music in contemporary gospel, jazz and popular styles and who has skill working with vocalists and band. Keyboard proficiency is preferred. Candidate should have respect for and sympathy with Unitarian Universalist values and principles. Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills are desirable, as well as the ability to work on a team and take personal initiative. Salary range of $8,000-10,000, depending upon defined scope of the role and skills, is based on a ten-month, mid-August through mid-June, 6-8 hour/week part-time position. FPC welcomes diversity in its members and its staff. For a full job description and more information about the music ministry at First Parish in Concord, please visit the church website at https://firstparish.org/wp/category/open-positions/. Applicants who do not meet all the qualifications but who are excited by this position are encouraged to apply. Resumes/applications are being accepted through March 31, 2020, with an anticipated start date of August 16, 2020. To apply, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Director of Music, First Parish in Concord, 20 Lexington Road, Concord, MA 01742.
|NULL||PT||First Parish in Concord||Concord||MA||Elizabeth Nortonemail@example.com||2020-06-30||2020-01-31|
||1360||Children's Choir Director||First Parish in Concord (MA), Unitarian Universalist
Children’s Choir Dir... more |
First Parish in Concord (MA), Unitarian Universalist Children’s Choir Director Posted: January 2020 Position Overview: Children’s Choir Director. First Parish in Concord, Massachusetts (FPC), Unitarian Universalist, invites applications for the position of Children’s Choir Director with work to begin in mid-August 2020. Music plays an essential role in the spiritual and community life of First Parish, a large, vibrant and historic UU church in Concord, Massachusetts. The Music Ministry of First Parish encourages singers and instrumentalists of all ages and abilities to make music together and to minister to one another, the congregation, and the wider world through music. The Children’s Choir Director will lead the Children’s Choir Program, which currently includes two choirs for elementary school-aged children with a combined membership of approximately 40 singers. We seek a candidate who loves to make music with children and understands the role of music in building community, developing spiritually and making a positive difference in the world. We seek a musician experienced in working with children’s voices and familiar with music in a variety of styles and from diverse cultures that is appropriate for Unitarian Universalist worship. The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills, the ability to both work on a team and take personal initiative and sympathy with Unitarian Universalist values and principles. Keyboard proficiency is preferred. Salary range of $9,000-10,000 is based on a ten-month, mid-August through mid-June, 8 hour/week part-time position including Sundays 8:30am-12:30pm and Christmas Eve; excluding certain holiday and school vacation weekends. FPC welcomes diversity in its members and its staff. For a full job description and more information about the music ministry at First Parish in Concord, please visit the church website at https://firstparish.org/wp/category/open-positions/. Applicants who do not meet all the qualifications but who are excited by this position are encouraged to apply. Resumes/applications are being accepted through March 31, 2020, with an anticipated start date of August 16, 2020. To apply, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Director of Music, First Parish in Concord, 20 Lexington Road, Concord, MA 01742.
|NULL||PT||First Parish in Concord (UU)||Concord||MA||Elizabeth Norton, Director of Music Ministryemail@example.com||2020-06-30||2020-01-31|
||1359||String Orchestra Director||Description:
The String Orchestra Director will lead one of JQOP’s seven s... more |
Description: The String Orchestra Director will lead one of JQOP’s seven string ensembles. Each orchestra is comprised of students with a specific playing level, from beginners (1-2 years on instruments, first/second grade) to advanced (5-6 years on instruments, sixth/seventh grade). The String Orchestra Director will follow the JQOP Curriculum and work in collaboration with Support Teaching Artists to select repertoire, plan daily lessons, prepare for concerts, and ensure that students learn appropriate strings technique, music notation, and orchestra culture. Additionally, as JQOP equally supports social development and musical growth, the String Orchestra Director will ensure that social-emotional skills are developed within the fabric of rehearsals and sectionals, including, but not limited to, leadership, kindness, self-control, and perseverance. The String Orchestra Director will work with all JQOP staff and teachers to ensure the highest quality learning experience for all students. Supervisor: Program Manager Commitment: Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri: 7:15-9:15AM & Wed 12:20 to 3:30PM Spring 2020: February 5th – June 19th (no classes Feb. 17-21 and Apr. 20-24) + March 13 and June 12 evening concerts Compensation: Part-time salary (no benefits), exact amount is dependent upon experience. Responsibilities: Lead a string orchestra of 7-10 students in 6th-7th grade Team teach the following with 1-2 Support Teaching Artists: orchestra repertoire, strings technique, music theory, leadership/mentorship, and social development; context for lessons includes orchestra rehearsals, instrument sectionals, and small-group lessons Collaborate with administrative staff and Teaching Artists to create a shared curriculum and pedagogy for the orchestra, as well as ensemble goals and evaluation tools for student progress Attend all staff meetings and professional development opportunities offered through the program Attend all concerts and community events/performances (gigs) for your ensemble Qualifications: 2+ years experience leading youth orchestras & teaching young string players in a group setting Strong knowledge of string pedagogy, repertoire, technique and curriculum development Strong teaching and classroom management skills, education background/degree preferred Commitment to El Sistema’s philosophy of social change through music instruction Passion for teaching and willingness to go above-and-beyond to ensure success for all students Strong interpersonal, professional, and communication skills How To Apply: All interested candidates, please submit a resume and cover letter to Kathryn Pappalardo, Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is the policy of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program to provide all persons with equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, country of origin, disability, or age. Apply by: February 05, 2020 Salary: Commensurate upon experience
|NULL||PT||Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program||Boston||MA||Kathryn Pappalardo, Program Manager email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org||2020-02-05||2020-01-30|
||1358||General Music Permanent Substitute Teacher||The Andover Public Schools seeks a permanent substitute music teacher to wo... more |
The Andover Public Schools seeks a permanent substitute music teacher to work under the direction of the Fine Arts Coordinator and the Principal, teaching elementary classes as scheduled. The music teacher also coordinates music program with classroom programs when appropriate, conducts a multi-age chorus and participates in appropriate music productions. Successful applicants will be Massachusetts certified in music at the elementary level, experienced in teaching Orff and Gordon Learning Theory and have a knowledge of recorder techniques and choral expertise. To learn more about this opportunity and apply, please visit our website at www.andovema.gov/jobs.
|FT||NULL||South Elementary||Andover||MA||Human Resources||NULL||2020-02-17||2020-01-27|
||1357||Instrument Repair||Seeking an experienced repair person to join our band & orchestra team.||FT||NULL||Needham Music Inc||Needham||MA||Richard Vaughn||RV@needhammusic.com||2020-06-30||2020-01-23|
||1356||FULL-TIME ELEMENTARY GENERAL MUSIC- LONG TERM SUB||IMMEDIATE OPENING in the Arlington Public Schools for a long-term substitut... more |
IMMEDIATE OPENING in the Arlington Public Schools for a long-term substitute elementary (K-5) general music teacher at the Peirce Elementary school. Please send letter of interest and resume to William Pappazisis, Director of Performing Arts at email@example.com. Arlington values diversity. The Arlington Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, military service, age, ancestry, or disability.
|FT||NULL||PEIRCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL||ARLINGTON||MA||William T, Pappazisis, Director of Performing Arts | Arlington Public Schoo... more |
William T, Pappazisis, Director of Performing Arts | Arlington Public Schools
||1355||Violin Teacher||The Ipswich Public School District is looking to hire an additional violin/... more |
The Ipswich Public School District is looking to hire an additional violin/viola teacher for the after school lesson program. The ideal candidate would: -Have at least three years teaching experience -Teach at Ipswich Middle/High School or in a nearby community -Friendly and nurturing toward students and staff alike -Reports directly to orchestra director -Familiarity and experience with district/all state festivals -Suzuki method preferred, although not required Please email resume to Michael Coelho at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "violin teacher."
|NULL||PT||Ipswich Middle/High School||Ipswich||MA||Michael Coelho, Director of Orchestrasemail@example.com||2020-06-01||2020-01-20|
||1354||Elementary General Long Term Sub||The Mendon-Upton Regional School District is looking for a long term sub to... more |
The Mendon-Upton Regional School District is looking for a long term sub to cover a general music classroom at the Memorial school in Upton. Starting date would be roughly March 9th with a completion date of April 17th. Responsibilities include general music classes from Pre-K thru 4th grade, a 4th grade chorus and scheduled duties with a school day of 9:00AM to 3:30PM. Teacher certification in music is preferable, but not required, please email Simon Harding at firstname.lastname@example.org with all requests.
|FT||NULL||Memorial Elementary||Upton||Ma||Simon Hardingemail@example.com||2020-02-28||2020-01-17|
||1353||K-2 Classroom Music Specialist - Long Term Sub for Maternity Leave||Schedule: February 24, 2020 to May 22, 2020
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Schedule: February 24, 2020 to May 22, 2020 Qualifications: • Music Specialist or Music Ed. Major preferred • Interest in Orff-based classroom music instruction preferred • Must be willing and able to work in a team atmosphere • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail • Able to work with a diverse staff and student population Responsibilities: • Classroom music instruction to Grades K-2: twice weekly per class • Must work collaboratively with other classroom music specialist • Must attend and participate in release day activities Please email the Director of Music, Ms. Nadine Pomeroy at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have. Please submit your application in writing to the Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Mrs. Kathy Perry, 31 West Fountain Street, Milford, Massachusetts 01757.
|FT||NULL||Memorial Elementary School||Milford||MA||Ms. Nadine Pomeroy, Director of Musicemail@example.com||2020-02-08||2020-01-16|