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1712 Elementary Music Teacher - Long Term Substitute Long-term Sub music teacher for grades K-4 at the Leicester Elementary Scho... more
Long-term Sub music teacher for grades K-4 at the Leicester Elementary School. In addition to teaching elementary music classes, the desired candidate should be able to continue a strong music program (beginner band and elementary chorus) in Leicester during a maternity leave. https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3727791
FT NULL Leicester Elementary School Leicester Massachusetts Tina Boss bosst@lpsma.net 2021-11-23 2021-12-31
1711 Choral Director The Colleges of the Fenway Center for Performing Arts is a collaboration of... more
The Colleges of the Fenway Center for Performing Arts is a collaboration of faculty, staff, and students from the five member colleges and universities: Emmanuel College, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Simmons College, MCPHS University, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. Its mission is to engage and support students and faculty in all areas of the performing arts and to provide resources and activities that further the arts as a method of expression, critical inquiry, and community engagement. The Center for Performing Arts is an inclusive program that welcomes participants of all abilities and experience and works to enrich student life and shape communities through access to the arts. COF Choral Director Job Description 1. Rehearsals: Conduct one 2-hour rehearsal per week for 8-10 weeks per semester, at a mutually agreed time. 2. Concert Production: Working closely with the Center for Performing Arts, oversee the production of at least one in-person (or virtual should circumstances deem necessary) concert per semester. Responsibilities include: • Research and select scores and parts. Order music as needed. Maintain music library. • Plan concert order. • Organize and direct rehearsals. • Communicate schedule to students. • Hire and supervise outside professionals (ringers, tech workers) as appropriate. • Produce a program for each concert. 3. Special Events Working closely with the Center for Performing Arts, manage requests for internal and external events, including Fenway Night at the Red Sox and The COF MLK Breakfast (not to exceed 2 events per semester). Select music and rehearse groups. 4. Administration Working closely with the Co-Directors of the COF Center for Performing Arts: • Supervise student interns when appropriate. • Be involved in strategic planning for the chorus. • Manage the set-up and breakdown of the physical space for rehearsals and performances. • Work within Choral budget and submit receipts, following COF accounting procedures. Purchase music and supplies as needed with COF credit card. • Keep accurate, weekly attendance via Mindbody software. • Respond to e-mails from COF staff and students in timely manner. 5. Marketing and Communication • Working with Co-Directors, contribute content to external communications for the chorus, such as language for the website and flyers. • Assist in marketing and retention in conjunction with the Co-Directors, which may involve recruitment activities such as student fairs and contributing content to social media. • Respond to new and prospective student and parent inquiries and arrange to meet with them as appropriate. Qualifications: • Master’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and comparable work experience. • Demonstrated experience conducting choral groups of different abilities. • Ability to select a diverse repertoire. • Strong commitment to teaching and recruitment. • Collaborative, team player. • Flexible, willing to adapt to changing circumstances. • Strong leadership, communication (written and verbal), interpersonal, and time management skills. COF is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our staff and member institutions. Candidates with diverse backgrounds and experiences are encouraged to apply. A criminal background investigation is required for the hired candidate and results may impact employment. All employees are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 unless an approved exemption is granted. How to apply: Interested candidates send the following to cofadmin@colleges-fenway.org. - CV/resume - Contact info for 2 references - Performance and/or teaching video (send link to youtube or vimeo) Position is for spring semester, starting January ‘22 Salary is $4,500/semester
NULL PT Colleges of the Fenway Boston MA Kristen Duffy Young cofadmin@colleges-fenway.org 2021-11-23 2022-01-03
1710 Orchestra Conductor The Colleges of the Fenway Center for Performing Arts is a collaboration of... more
The Colleges of the Fenway Center for Performing Arts is a collaboration of faculty, staff, and students from the five member colleges and universities: Emmanuel College, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Simmons College, MCPHS University, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. Its mission is to engage and support students and faculty in all areas of the performing arts and to provide resources and activities that further the arts as a method of expression, critical inquiry, and community engagement. The Center for Performing Arts is an inclusive program that welcomes participants of all abilities and experience and works to enrich student life and shape communities through access to the arts. COF Orchestra Conductor Job Description 1. Rehearsals: Conduct one 2-2.5-hour rehearsal per week for at 8-10 weeks per semester, at a mutually agreed time. 2. Auditions: Working with the Co-Directors, Center for Performing Arts, organize and hold auditions as needed at the beginning of each semester. 3. Concert Production: Working closely with the Center for Performing Arts, oversee the production of at least one in-person concert (or virtual should circumstances deem necessary) per semester. Responsibilities include: - Plan concert order. Order music as needed. Maintain music library. - Organize and conduct rehearsals. - Communicate schedule to students. - Hire and supervise outside professionals (ringers, tech workers, truck rental for moving instruments) as appropriate. - With the template provided by the Center for Performing Arts, produce a program for each concert. 4. Special Events Work with smaller groups of students (no more than 4) to develop chamber ensembles, etc. for social events and internal and external opportunities, such as the COF MLK Breakfast. Working closely with the Center for Performing Arts, manage requests, select music, and rehearse groups. Not to exceed 2 events per semester. 5. Administration Working closely with the Co-Directors of the COF Center for Performing Arts: - Supervise student interns when appropriate. - Be involved in strategic planning for the orchestra. - Manage the set-up and breakdown of the physical space for rehearsals and performances. - Oversee instrument inventory and transportation of instruments as needed. - Work within Orchestra budget and submit receipts, following COF accounting procedures. Purchase music and supplies as needed with COF credit card. - Keep accurate, weekly attendance via Mindbody software. - Respond to e-mails from COF staff and students in a timely manner. 6. Marketing and Communication - Working with Co-Directors, contribute content to external communications for the orchestra, such as language for the website and flyers. - Assist in marketing and retention in conjunction with the Co-Directors, which may involve recruitment activities such as student fairs and contributing content to social media. - Respond to new and prospective student and parent inquiries and arrange to meet with them as appropriate Qualifications: • Master’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and comparable work experience. • Demonstrated experience conducting orchestral groups of different abilities. • Ability to select a diverse repertoire. • Strong commitment to teaching and recruitment. • Collaborative, team player. • Flexible, willing to adapt to changing circumstances. • Strong leadership, communication (written and verbal), interpersonal, and time management skills. • Ability to occasionally lift and move a maximum of 25 lbs. COF is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our staff and member institutions. Candidates with diverse backgrounds and experiences are encouraged to apply. A criminal background investigation is required for the hired candidate and results may impact employment. All employees are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 unless an approved exemption is granted. How to apply: Interested candidates send the following to cofadmin@colleges-fenway.org. - CV/resume - Contact info for 2 references - Performance and/or teaching video (send link to youtube or vimeo) Position is for spring semester, starting January ‘22 Salary is $5,000/semester
NULL PT Colleges of the Fenway Boston MA Kristen Duffy Young cofadmin@colleges-fenway.org 2021-11-23 2022-01-03
1709 Director for Elementary School Drama Project

The Thompson Drama Project (TDP) is seeking an enthusiastic, organized, ... more

The Thompson Drama Project (TDP) is seeking an enthusiastic, organized, experienced, and child-loving director(s) for its annual after-school play for students in grades 3-5 at Thompson Elementary School in Arlington. We are open to doing either a straight play or a musical cabaret, and we anticipate around 70-80 kids to be involved over two rehearsal days, with each child attending one day a week.

Director compensation is $2,200-$2,600 (depending on experience), for a two-day position, but we are open to hiring different directors for each day and splitting the compensation. We are also looking to hire an assistant director(s), salary to be determined.Auditions will be held in January, with rehearsals beginning the following week, and the production is scheduled for April 7-10. The director must pass a CORI check, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and must follow all school district regulations regarding masking and other COVID precautions.

Since 2007, the Thompson Drama Project has run a highly successful program, backed by parent volunteers who are familiar with production tasks. Parent volunteers are available to help with rehearsals and production planning (costumes, sets, ticket sales, program, etc.), and children are also involved in the off-stage aspects of theatre production. The play will rehearse and the production will take place in the school music room, which also serves as the stage for an audience in the school gym. Sound equipment/a sound board is available.

NULL PT Thompson Elementary School Arlington Massachusetts NULL thompsondramaproject1@gmail.com 2021-11-18 2021-12-03
1708 High School Band Long Term Sub (4 weeks) Seeking a long term substitute to cover for a parental leave for 4 weeks, J... more
Seeking a long term substitute to cover for a parental leave for 4 weeks, January 3-28, 2022. Teaching assignment includes (3) sections of high school band (ninth grade, concert band, and honors wind ensemble) and (2) sections of guitar 1. For full job posting and to apply go to: https://click.pstmrk.it/2t/www.schoolspring.com%2Fjob%3F3723912/4_WD3CYN/rJwV/xFNrDUa7bW
FT NULL Pembroke High School Pembroke MA Natalie Vandermolen, Director of Human Resources Natalie.vandermolen@pembrokek12.org 2021-11-17 2021-12-23
1707 Piano and Violin Instructors Needed Private Piano and Violin Instructors needed for afterschool lesson program ... more
Private Piano and Violin Instructors needed for afterschool lesson program in Bedford, MA. This would be a paid position of $52 per hour. Our program is based on 3 trimesters that we offer 10 lessons during that time. Trimester 1: September 13 – December 3, 2021 Trimester 2: December 6, 2021 – March 11, 2022 Trimester 3: March 14, 2022 – June 10, 2022 CONTACT: Jim O'Malley: privatelessons@bedfordpoms.org POMS Private Lessons Coordinator https://www.bedfordpoms.org/private-lessons/
NULL NULL Bedford Public Schools Bedford MA Jim O'Malley privatelessons@bedfordpoms.org 2021-11-16 2022-03-15
1706 Artistic Director - Project STEP Project STEP seeks an experienced and visionary Artistic Director. The succ... more
Project STEP seeks an experienced and visionary Artistic Director. The successful candidate serves as the key artistic leader of Project STEP. This position reports to, and works closely with, the Executive Director to develop and implement the artistic vision, while leading youth development in line with Project STEP’s mission and core values. Project STEP is a string training education program for talented young musicians from communities that are historically underrepresented in classical music. This position is responsible for the planning and implementation of Project STEP’s string instrument curriculum for grades K-12 (FOCUS & Core programs). Both individual teaching artists and institutional partners teach our roster of classes. Additionally, this person is responsible for managing a strong performance calendar to include weekly recitals, workshops, or master classes in addition to outside performances by the student musicians. For the full job description, requirements, benefits, and details on how to apply, please see our website at: https://www.projectstep.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/
FT NULL Project STEP Boston MA Meghan Jasani, Vice President of the Board info@projectstep.org 2021-11-12 2021-12-31
1705 Voice & Piano Instructor Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students ... more
Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience is a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic - Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate - Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching for our studio How To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com Videos are a plus. Salary: $50-60 per hour About this Organization: We provide private in-home music lessons for many different instruments in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. For more information please visit us at www.note-worthyexperiences.com
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2021-11-14 2022-01-14
1704 Harp Instructor Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students ... more
Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience is a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic - Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate - Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching for our studio How To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com Videos are a plus. Salary: $50-60 per hour About this Organization: We provide private in-home music lessons for many different instruments in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. For more information please visit us at www.note-worthyexperiences.com
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2021-11-14 2022-01-14
1703 Trumpet Instructor Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students ... more
Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience is a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic - Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate - Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching for our studio How To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com Videos are a plus. Salary: $50-60 per hour About this Organization: We provide private in-home music lessons for many different instruments in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. For more information please visit us at www.note-worthyexperiences.com
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2021-11-14 2022-01-14
1702 Oboe Instructor Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students ... more
Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience is a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic - Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate - Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching for our studio How To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com Videos are a plus. Salary: $50-60 per hour About this Organization: We provide private in-home music lessons for many different instruments in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. For more information please visit us at www.note-worthyexperiences.com
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2021-11-14 2022-01-14
1701 Bassoon Instructor Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students ... more
Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience is a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic - Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate - Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching for our studio How To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com Videos are a plus. Salary: $50-60 per hour About this Organization: We provide private in-home music lessons for many different instruments in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. For more information please visit us at www.note-worthyexperiences.com
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2021-11-14 2022-01-14
1700 Violin / Viola Instructor Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students ... more
Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience is a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic - Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate - Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching for our studio How To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com Videos are a plus. Salary: $50-60 per hour About this Organization: We provide private in-home music lessons for many different instruments in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. For more information please visit www.note-worthyexperiences.com
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2021-11-14 2022-01-14
1699 Cello Instructor Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students ... more
Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience is a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic - Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate - Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching for our studio How To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com Videos are a plus. Salary: $50-60 per hour About this Organization: We provide private in-home music lessons for many different instruments in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. For more information please contact us at www.note-worthyexperiences.com
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2021-11-14 2022-01-14
1698 Piano Instructor Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students ... more
Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio provides in-home lessons for students in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience is a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic - Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate - Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching for our studio How To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com Videos are a plus. Salary: $50-60 per hour About this Organization: We provide private in-home music lessons for many different instruments in Sudbury and the surrounding areas. For more information, please visit www.note-worthyexperiences.com
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2021-11-14 2022-01-14
1697 Flute Teacher The Noble and Greenough School, a private day school in Dedham, MA serving ... more
The Noble and Greenough School, a private day school in Dedham, MA serving students grades 7-12, is looking for a part-time flute teacher to teach up to four flute students during the academic day. The students are middle and high school aged. The lessons will start in January 2022, and currently three students are scheduled back to back between the hours of 10:40-1:15pm, and the fourth a half-hour lesson Fridays 11:20-11:50am. This schedule is subject to change depending on the students' schedule and the schedule of interested candidates. In years to come, there will be opportunities for the hired teacher to take on more students. Interested candidates should send a current resume to Ms. Nhung Truong at ntruong0f@nobles.edu.
NULL PT Noble and Greenough School Dedham MA Nhung Truong ntruong0f@nobles.edu 2021-11-08 2021-12-03
1696 Elementary General Music Teacher 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. The Elementary Music Teacher is responsible for delivering instruction of general music in grades PK through 4 and 4th grade chorus. The program us designed to develop music literacy for elementary students that centers around aural and reading skill development as well as focus on creating, performing, responding and connecting to music. The successful candidate must demonstrate a passion for teaching elementary music while understanding the important role music plays in both the social/emotional development and academic growth of the youngest learners within our school community. Familiarity with first steps in music and conversational solfege is preferred. To apply please email personnel@tauntonschools.org.
FT NULL District Taunton MA Corey Beltram corey.beltram@tauntonschools.org 2021-11-08 2022-06-30
1695 5-8 General Music Looking for a full time, 5-8 General Music teacher immediately. I have bee... more
Looking for a full time, 5-8 General Music teacher immediately. I have been here since 2008; please contact me and I will answer any questions!
FT NULL Salemwood School Malden Massachusetts Dr. Brian Sheehan bsheehan@maldenps.org 2021-11-05 2021-12-03
1694 Elementary Music Teacher The Harvard Public Schools welcomes applications for the position of Elemen... more
The Harvard Public Schools welcomes applications for the position of Elementary Music Teacher who, upon hiring will serve as the sole elementary music specialist in our brand new Hildreth Elementary School, beginning on or around February 1st, 2022. We seek an enthusiastic, student-centered educator who will share their passions and love of music and performance with our students. https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3706447& SchoolSpring Job ID: 3706447
FT NULL Hildreth Elementary School Harvard Massachusetts Craig Robbins jmyler@psharvard.org 2021-11-04 2021-11-22
1693 Trombone Teaching Artist he Opportunity. This faculty position works with aspiring beginning throug... more
he Opportunity. This faculty position works with aspiring beginning through advanced level trombonists, both children and adult learners. The position may also include coaching of brass chamber ensembles (3-5 students) comprised of middle school, high school, or adult learners. All brass faculty members report to the Chair of the Woodwind, Brass, and Percussion Department. This position is for one afternoon/evening per week or on Saturdays starting in the spring 2022 semester (semester begins on January 30, 2022). Exact hours will be determined based upon student interest and enrollment. WCMS operates in two 16-week semesters during the academic year and offers an optional summer semester from late June through August. Part-time, exempt – paid hourly. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: (The following are representative examples of the principal tasks to be accomplished but are not considered to be all-inclusive.) Provide a professional, warm, and enthusiastic learning environment to all students. Maintain knowledge of appropriate pedagogical methods and repertoire for various ability levels and learning styles. Communicate with student and family members about progress and goals through semester progress reports and as needed. Commit to a consistent teaching schedule and maintain regularity with lessons with limited interruptions or absences. Encourage and offer student performance opportunities within the studio and at WCMS. Maintain knowledge about musical opportunities and offerings at WCMS and externally to enhance the student experience. Demonstrate a commitment to collaborating with faculty colleagues through performances and musical events. Communicate with faculty colleagues and administrative staff in a positive and professional manner. Submit attendance, progress reports, and other administrative requests on time according to pre-determined deadlines. Quali?cations. The successful candidate must have a music degree or significant and equivalent professional experience; bachelor’s degree or higher preferred. Candidate must have a minimum of three years of trombone teaching experience and ensemble coaching, preferably within a community arts school setting. The candidate must: have demonstrated student learning orientation for various levels of ability; possess a good natured personality and be a people person; and be an effective communicator with students, parents, faculty, and staff. Must have reliable transportation (WCMS is not easily accessible by public transportation), and a professional appearance. Compensation and Benefits. Salary. $44.00/hour for private instruction, $53.81/hour for ensemble coaching. Benefits. Paid sick time, paid studio recitals, paid performance opportunities, paid faculty meetings, access to 403b tax deferred annuity retirement savings plan through TIAA, 25% tuition discount on WCMS activities for employee and immediate family members, free employee assistance plan, subsidized health insurance for faculty with 20+ hours of weekly teaching, faculty professional development grants, access to voluntary benefits of vision, life, and accident insurance, many non-cash benefits. How to apply. Please email cover letter and teaching résumé to the attention of Sylvie Zakarian, Chair – Woodwind, Brass Percussion Dept. at info@winchestermusic.org. Qualified candidates will be contacted regarding an interview. No phone calls please. WCMS is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need. We encourage candidates of all backgrounds to apply for this position.
NULL PT Winchester Community Music School Winchester MA Sylvie Zakarian, Chair, Woodwind, Brass, Percussion Dept info@winchestermusic.org 2021-11-03 2020-12-01