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2099 Music Teacher (23-24) ***Note: In the 23-24 SY, we are planning for our Co-Curricular Classes in ... more
***Note: In the 23-24 SY, we are planning for our Co-Curricular Classes in Grades 6-8 to be elective-based which will allow for more student choice and investment. Our Co-Curricular Teachers will also focus on a specific grade band each semester. While all students K-8 will have access to Art, P.E., Music, and Dance over the course of the year, our Co-Curricular Teachers will only focus on 6- grade levels per semester. (K-2 & 6-8 or 3-5 & 6-8)*** Who are we? Springfield Prep Charter School is a K-8 public charter school in Springfield, Massachusetts that prepares all students for high school, college, and life. We are driven by the belief that all children deserve a world-class education and that they can and will achieve when provided with high expectations, rigorous curriculum, and a joyful school culture. What makes teaching at Springfield Prep different? Co-teaching and collaboration are the norm. Generous budget for growing your program. Weekly 1-on-1 coaching in your first year; bi-weekly coaching for all teachers Weekly, professional development and team meeting time built into the schedule (students dismiss at 12:30 pm on Fridays to accommodate this) Resources, support, and planning time to develop and refine curriculum and lesson plans Incredible Operations, Student Support, and School Culture teams so you can focus on teaching What will you do as a Music Teacher at our School? Join a mission-driven community where everyone works together towards a common goal. Create and implement your vision for an engaging, rigorous Music curriculum to ensure that students learn - and love - the foundations of music. Teach engaging lessons that explore the history of music, a variety of musical genres, instruments and choral music. Plan and lead performances to share students’ musical talents. Exemplify your conviction that all students, regardless of their background, can achieve at the highest levels by differentiating your instruction. Build relationships with students and families to create a positive classroom culture with high expectations and respect for students' diverse backgrounds and identities. Teach and uphold school-wide expectations and systems for student behavior. Grow as an educator through weekly coaching and professional development. Who should apply? Our community and student body are diverse, and we believe that we can best achieve our mission when our leadership, teachers, and staff reflect our students’ identities. Therefore, we are committed to being a diverse organization at all levels. With this in mind, we encourage people from all backgrounds and identities to apply. We do have a few requirements and preferred qualifications for our teachers: You must have earned a Bachelor’s degree by the start of the school year. You can join us in early August 2023 and commit to our schedule: (7:25 am-3:50 pm) Classroom teaching experience and/or certification(s) are highly preferred. Don’t yet have classroom experience? Check out our Associate Teacher role, too! We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer As an equal opportunity employer, Springfield Preparatory Charter School provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, military service, disability, genetic information, or any other category protected by federal or state law.
FT NULL Springfield Prep Charter School Springfield Massachusetts Wendy Soref wsoref@springfieldprep.org 2023-02-06 2023-05-31
2098 General Elementary Music Teacher We are seeking a candidate who is enthusiastic about teaching music and wor... more
We are seeking a candidate who is enthusiastic about teaching music and working with elementary children in a strong, creative music program. Apply for this position here: https://www.schoolspring.com/jobs/job.cfm?jid=4128123&
FT NULL Quabbin Regional School District Barre MA Toni Brown tbrown@qrsd.org 2023-02-01 2023-02-24
2097 Piano instructor - private lessons IMSCC in Concord, MA is seeking a piano instructor for after school and eve... more
IMSCC in Concord, MA is seeking a piano instructor for after school and evening instruction. Students range from young beginners to adults, lessons take place at CCHS in Concord. We currently have students to fill one afternoon/evening per week; position to start immediately. Starting pay is $58 per hour. Pianists with teaching experience, please email a resume to Debbie Levine at dlevine@concordcarlilse.org.
NULL PT Concord and Carlisle public schools Concord Massachusetts Debbie Levine dlevine@concordcarlisle.org 2023-01-29 2023-04-28
2096 Praise Band Director Our Savior Lutheran Church in Topsfield is looking for a Praise Band Direct... more
Our Savior Lutheran Church in Topsfield is looking for a Praise Band Director to lead a talented contemporary band. (song choice, key, lead other musicians) Guitarist or Keyboard preferred when song leading. This can be a 2-3 Sunday a month gig, and can be for just during the school year or year round. The band practices Thursday evenings and plays at the 10:30AM service Sundays. Currently have bass, drums, guitar, and 2 singers. Typical music is Getty, Sovereign Grace, Maher, Rend Collective etc.
NULL PT Our Savior Lutheran Church Topsfield MA Pastor Joe Nollet clcpastorjoe@gmail.com 2023-01-27 2023-02-28
2095 Youth Choruses Conductor: Youth Chorale + Concert Choir The Handel and Haydn Society (H+H) invites individuals who are passionate a... more
The Handel and Haydn Society (H+H) invites individuals who are passionate about creating transformative experiences through music and supporting the development of young people to apply for the position of H+H Youth Choruses Conductor: Youth Chorale + Concert Choir. As a member of the HHYC Artistic Team, the conductor envisions and implements artistic programming for two choirs of treble singers in grades 6-9 within the context of the seven-choir H+H Youth Choruses. The conductor is part of a 24-member education team, which includes conductors, musicianship teachers, collaborative pianists, school-based teaching artists, and administrative staff. This is a part-time, salaried position, with responsibilities throughout the calendar year and regular leadership of weekly ensemble rehearsals on Saturdays, September – May. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but for maximum consideration, materials should be submitted by March 1, 2023. This position commences with the 2023-2024 season. Reports to: Associate Director of Education Supervises: Assistant Conductor Responsibilities: • Facilitate individual and ensemble growth through exceptional application of vocal pedagogy and musicianship in choral rehearsals and performances. Select and prepare repertoire for 5-8 performances annually. • Work with the HHYC artistic team to envision and create engaging and innovative experiences for singers, including concerts, commissions, workshops, collaborations, and engagements with guest artists. • Prepare and conduct HHYC singers in collaborations with the professional H+H Orchestra and Chorus, including on the H+H subscription series. • Maintain rehearsal and performance standards aligned with the organization’s core values of education, musical excellence, personal expression, equity, and community. • Foster ensemble cultures that are warm, inclusive, and successful for all singers. • Supervise an Assistant Conductor. • Conduct voice placements and auditions for new singers. • Regularly communicate with singers and families and provide feedback on singer progress, attendance, and other pertinent matters related to singer engagement with HHYC. • Participate in all conductor and faculty meetings as scheduled and short- and long-term organizational planning. • Be available to meet with key constituents including singers, families, Board members, donors, colleagues, and alumni and participate in events that maintain and cultivate interest in H+H. • Represent H+H by attending conferences, festivals, and other engagements. • Other duties as assigned. Preferred Qualifications and Skills: • Collegiate study in music education, along with at least five years of experience working with middle and high school aged students in a choral setting. • Expertise in vocal pedagogy, diverse musical styles including Baroque and Classical repertoire, and performance practice. • Knowledge and understanding of varied teaching methodologies and the ability to differentiate instruction. • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to relate to and engage young people with genuine warmth, creativity, and energy. • Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse socioeconomic, cultural, and academic backgrounds of singers and their families. Advocacy for justice and equity in all settings. • Entrepreneurial drive, pro-active approach, flexibility, reliability and positive attitude. • Exceptional communication skills and attention to detail. • Bilingual written and verbal proficiency. • Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society H+H respects every individual's unique journey through life and welcomes personal statements which can deepen our understanding of any candidate's qualifying experiences. We appreciate all interest in this opportunity and look forward to responding to candidates whose experience most closely aligns with this position description. After the initial round of interviews, candidates will be asked to submit sample materials including recent video footage demonstrating their teaching and/or conducting abilities. This video footage should total no more than 20 minutes. Finalists will be asked to meet with singers and work with an ensemble for 20-30 minutes during a rehearsal on a Saturday this spring. Salary range: $20,000-$24,000
NULL PT NULL Boston Massachusetts Brighid Dugan bdugan@handelandhaydn.org 2023-01-25 2023-03-01
2094 Middle School Music Director The Atrium School seeks an experienced music director for our after school ... more
The Atrium School seeks an experienced music director for our after school Spring Musical for students in Grades 6-8. This position involves fully music directing a production of middle school students; teaching all vocal parts to students, integrating music education into the learning process, and assisting the students with vocal technique including projection and diction. This position requires: Experience as a music director with middle school students Prior experience and a passion for implementing educational theatre and music programming Ability to accompany the show on keyboard required BFA or equivalent experience Ability to implement successful methods of classroom management Willingness to collaborate with a director Excellent communication and organizational skills Appreciation of diversity among students and upholding Atrium School’s mission to “encourage academic curiosity, creativity, and exploration while fostering each child's intellectual growth and promoting excellence with joy.” Flexibility and creative thinking to produce a musical in a low-budget, ensemble-focused environment Reliable transportation to Watertown Rehearsals begin February 2023, on Wednesdays and Fridays from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m., with occasional Sunday rehearsals and additional tech rehearsals leading up to the performances on Friday, June 2nd, 2023. Music director is expected to attend at least one of the two rehearsals per week, either Wednesdays or Fridays pending availability. Availability for both Wednesday and Friday rehearsals is strongly preferred. Music director must attend all Sunday rehearsals, and every rehearsal starting in May, including tech/dress rehearsals and performance dates. Compensation (stipend) will be based on availability and experience. To apply, please send a resume to Performing Arts Director Sophie Rich, srich@atrium.org.
NULL PT Atrium School Watertown MA Sophie Rich srich@atrium.org 2023-01-21 2023-02-08
2093 After School Music Instruction Sharon Community Education is hoping to expand our instrument offerings and... more
Sharon Community Education is hoping to expand our instrument offerings and are looking for qualified instructors to teach brass, strings and woodwind instruments. We offer weekly private lessons in either 30, 45, or 60 minute time slots at Sharon Middle School in the music/performance wing. We offer $50.00 per hour and instructors are considered contracted vendors.
NULL PT Sharon Community Education Sharon Massachusetts Sara Norton snorton1@sharonschools.net 2023-01-17 2023-03-03
2092 Voice Teacher Sharon Community Education is looking for a voice teacher to offer private ... more
Sharon Community Education is looking for a voice teacher to offer private voice lessons as part of our After School Music Enrichment program. We offer weekly lessons in either 30, 45, or 60 minute time slots at Sharon Middle School in the music/performance wing. We offer $50.00 per hour and instructors are considered contracted vendors.
NULL PT Sharon Community Education Sharon Massachusetts Sara Norton snorton1@sharonschools.net 2023-01-17 2023-03-03
2091 Middle School Musical Director Dedham Public Schools is looking for an energetic, qualified, and committed... more
Dedham Public Schools is looking for an energetic, qualified, and committed musician to direct the annual spring musical after school (2:30-) from the end of January (or as soon as possible) through the show opening at the beginning of May. Experience directing musicals and working with middle school-aged students is required. Responsibilities include choosing the musical, directing the show, teaching the music, and sharing in overseeing stage management and technical crews. Accompanying skills would be helpful. The assistant position is filled, so you'd have lots of help!
NULL PT Dedham Middle School Dedham MA Heather Kirby hkirby@dedham.k12.ma.us 2023-01-17 2023-02-10
2090 Director, Early Childhood Education (grant funded) New England Conservatory, an independent not-for-profit institution, is rec... more
New England Conservatory, an independent not-for-profit institution, is recognized internationally as a leader among music schools, educating and training musicians of all ages from around the world. With music students representing more than 40 countries, NEC cultivates a diverse, dynamic community for students, providing them with performance opportunities and high-caliber training by 225 internationally esteemed artist-teachers and scholars. NEC pushes the boundaries of making and teaching music through college-level musical training in classical, jazz, and Contemporary Improvisation. It offers unique interdisciplinary programs such as Entrepreneurial Musicianship and Community Performances & Partnerships that empower students to create their own musical opportunities. As part of NEC's mission to make lifelong music education available to everyone, the Preparatory School and School of Continuing Education delivers training and performance opportunities for children, pre-college students, and adults. NEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or veteran status. New England Conservatory (NEC) has determined that the highest possible rate of COVID-19 vaccination offers the best assurance of safeguarding the health of all members of our community. Therefore, NEC is requiring all employees to receive the final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by September 3, 2021. All newly hired employees at NEC must receive the final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine before they begin work, unless they are approved for a medical or religious exemption. Additionally, all members of the NEC community are required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster by February 1, 2022, or within fourteen days of eligibility. For more information, please contact NEC Human Resources. JOB SUMMARY: With a commitment to centering inclusivity, diversity, equity, and belonging in executing key responsibilities, the Director, Early Childhood Education leads, engages accomplished and dedicated faculty to deliver a musical curriculum of the highest quality to children in the Pre-K through early elementary school grades in Boston and surrounding areas. A unique moment exists where New England Conservatory has the opportunity to invigorate the future of music, further access to early childhood musical education in and beyond Boston, and make an impact on humanity through grant-funded program development in a new three-year pilot project. In coordination with city and community leadership who recognize the need for programming around this age range, the Director, Early Childhood Education works with the Director of the Preparatory School, as well as external partners and stakeholders, to develop and implement an expanded early childhood program within the Preparatory Division. The Director, Early Childhood Education is a creative, dynamic, and experienced musician, educator, and administrator who oversees faculty, curriculum, recruitment, and fosters meaningful and inclusive lifelong musical engagement amongst young learners and their families. Working collaboratively with members of Preparatory staff, the Director, Early Childhood Education helps shape and lead artistic, academic, and educational outreach. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: In alignment with the Director of NEC Preparatory School, lead and manage all aspects of a grant-funded, early childhood pilot program including artistic, educational, and administrative functions, programming, policy, and operations—within the context of NEC’s strategic priorities and goals Recruit and oversee faculty for early childhood programming, which may be on site at NEC or at satellite locations in the greater Boston community Partner, alongside NEC colleagues, with early childhood leaders and learning centers in the Boston area for program creation and implementation Partner with faculty to create, develop, and implement a diverse range of age-appropriate programs and curriculum that engage a wide range of young learners Support students and their families to ensure the highest quality musical experience Collaborate with Office of Cultural Equity and Belonging to create a diverse and inclusive program and community In coordination with the ED for Expanded Ed and Director of Prep, partner with relevant colleagues and offices across the institution to drive enrollment, elevate brand, and expand awareness In coordination with the ED for Expanded Ed and Director of Prep, partner with Office of Advancement and Engagement around fundraising, as well as parent and alumni engagement QUALIFICATIONS Experienced professional musician, educator, and administrator, with relevant education commensurate with the expectations of the position Demonstrated ability to lead and teach an early education music education program with vision, excellence, and creativity Experience with Early Childhood methodology (e.g. Kodaly, Suzuki, Dalcroff, Orff, etc.) Strong track record in teaching and/or working administratively in Pre-K and/or elementary environment Demonstrated cultural competencies and commitment to advancing NEC's values of cultural equity and belonging Exceptional judgment, discretion, and integrity when working with students, faculty, and staff in an educational environment Experience with grant-funded programs, including program development and reporting, preferred Dynamic interpersonal skills, including nuanced interpersonal and management skills, capacity to steward institutional relationships, and ability to solve problems creatively Strength in working collaboratively and communicating effectively, both verbally and in writing. Knowledge of Title IX and other compliance issues related to teaching minors Demonstrated success in organizing and balancing multiple and concurrent projects Relevant budgetary skills commensurate with the expectations of the position Proficiency in additional languages a plus BENEFITS: Medical Plans Dental Vision Retirement Savings Account https://careers.jobscore.com/careers/newenglandconservatoryofmusic/jobs/director-early-childhood-education-grant-funded-cDl7pGal9cbkZ5GcxT-nM6
FT NULL New England Conservatory of Music - Expanded Education Boston MA Juliana Jordan juliana.jordan@necmusic.edu 2023-01-12 2023-03-03
2089 Long-Term Sub: Gr. 4 - 12 Orchestra, Itinerant Lynn Public Schools is seeking an energetic and motivated Music Teacher to ... more
Lynn Public Schools is seeking an energetic and motivated Music Teacher to serve as a Long-Term Sub for one of our Itinerant Orchestra Teachers who will be going out on maternity leave starting in April 2023. This position is through the end of the current school year, with a possibility to continue on into the following school year. We have an 8-person team of Itinerant Instrumental Music Teachers, who work together closely to provide instruction across the 27 schools in our district. The teaching assignment currently provides small-group instruction on violin, viola, and cello to Beginner Grade 4 & 5 elementary students, as well as Intermediate 8th Grade students at our Technical Jr / Sr High School. The teacher is also responsible for co-teaching the All-City Middle School Orchestra (which rehearses after school twice a month), and assisting with the Secondary All-City Concerts in May and the Elementary All-City Concerts in early June; there is a stipend for this afternoon and evening work. This is an itinerant position assigned to multiple schools. Please apply online at https://lynnschools.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=3439 Contact LPS Director of Music Julie Carroll , carrollj@lynnschools.org, for more information.
FT NULL Lynn Public Schools Lynn MA Julie Carroll CarrollJ@lynnschools.org 2023-01-10 2023-02-10
2088 Middle School General Music & Chorus - Pickering Middle School Lynn Public Schools is seeking a fantastic General Music Teacher with a str... more
Lynn Public Schools is seeking a fantastic General Music Teacher with a strong Choral background, to provide General Music Classes and build a Choral Program at Pickering Middle School. Start Date for position would be January 24th, 2023. Please apply online at https://lynnschools.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=3438 Contact LPS Director of Music Julie Carroll, CarrollJ@lynnschools.org, for more information.
FT NULL Pickering Middle School Lynn MA Julie Carroll CarrollJ@lynnschools.org 2023-01-10 2023-02-10
2087 After school private Cello teacher Cello instructor needed for after-school private lessons for the Waltham Pu... more
Cello instructor needed for after-school private lessons for the Waltham Public Schools. Seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic instructor for elementary and middle school students for one afternoon a week. Position starts in March. Interested and qualified applicants please contact Kevin Burke at kevinburke@walthampublicschools.org
NULL PT Waltham Public Schools WALTHAM MA Kevin Burke kevinburke@walthampublicschools.org 2023-01-05 2023-02-24
2086 Music (Vocal/General) Teacher Full-time (1.0); Long-Term Substitute (anticipated immediate start, duratio... more
Full-time (1.0); Long-Term Substitute (anticipated immediate start, duration uncertain at this time) for Middle School Chorus and one section of 7th Grade General Music. Apply at: https://hopkinton.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=427
FT NULL Hopkinton Middle School Hopkonton MA Craig Hay chay@hopkinton.k12.ma.us 2023-01-05 2023-02-24
2085 Elementary General Music & Chorus Long-term Substitute The Pembroke Public Schools is seeking an outstanding elementary music educ... more
The Pembroke Public Schools is seeking an outstanding elementary music educator for a full-time long term substitute position starting around March 1, 2023 to the end of the school year. The successful candidate will demonstrate exceptionally strong skills as an educator and musician. They will work collaboratively as part of a team of talented and dedicated school and Performing Arts Department faculty members. A strong background in the major elementary general music methodologies (Orff, Kodaly) for grades Kindergarten to sixth grade, singing, and elementary level repertoire and materials is essential. The successful candidate will exhibit dynamic interpersonal skills to motivate and engage students, maintain and enhance enthusiastic participation in music making in a safe, supportive, and student-centered environment. There is also an opportunity to direct an elementary chorus for an additional stipend. Responsibilities of the position include teaching general music classes for students in grades K-6. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education licensure in Music PK-12 OR K-9 is required. Applications must be submitted via School Spring, job #4115934 https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=4115934
FT NULL Bryantville Elementary School Pembroke MA Natalie Vandermolen, Director of Human Resources Natalie.vandermolen@pembrokek12.org 2023-01-04 2023-02-10
2084 After school private violin/viola teacher Marlborough Public School is seeking an expereienced violin/viola teacher f... more
Marlborough Public School is seeking an expereienced violin/viola teacher for our after school private lesson program. Lessons are held at Marlborough High School. If interested, please send a cover letter and resume by email to Angie Crockwell at acrockwell@mps-edu.org.
NULL PT Marlborough Public Schools Marlborough MA Angie Crockwell acrockwell@mps-edu.org 2023-01-03 2023-06-16
2083 Long Term Sub 1.0FTE K-5 General Music Long Term Sub needed at the Sheehan Elementary School in Westwood, MA. K-5 ... more
Long Term Sub needed at the Sheehan Elementary School in Westwood, MA. K-5 elementary general music. Please contact K-12 Department Chair Heather Cote for more info or to apply.
FT NULL Sheehan Elementary School Westwood MA Dr. Heather Cote hcote@westwood.k12.ma.us 2023-01-03 2023-01-17
2082 Nashoba Regional - middle school music and band teacher The Luther Burbank Middle is looking for a general music and band teacher. ... more
The Luther Burbank Middle is looking for a general music and band teacher. The position is to cover a maternity leave from February to June. The district will have open music positions for the next school year. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your talents for next year's open positions. The Luther Burbank Middle School is a small middle school of 274 students with an outstanding music program. The school is a national Blue Ribbon Award-winning school with a supportive and collaborative culture. Please apply on School Spring: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=4113458&
FT NULL Luther Burbank Middle School Lancaster MA Sean O'Shea soshea@nrsd.net 2022-12-29 2023-01-27
2081 Children's Music Educator About Rockabye Beats: Rockabye Beats is a lively, energetic, and interacti... more
About Rockabye Beats: Rockabye Beats is a lively, energetic, and interactive music and movement program designed for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Our performances include singing, dancing, instrument jams, a sprinkle of Spanish, and a healthy dose of silliness. Since 2017, we have performed at libraries, preschools and community centers around MA. Founded by Marcos Valles, a professional musician with 15+ years of experience as a drummer, singer, and songwriter, Rockabye Beats is dedicated to creating an entertaining music program where children, their families, and the community can enjoy music, movement, and their time together. For more about Rockabye Beats please visit our website or visit us on Instagram @rockabyebeats. About the Opportunity: Rockabye Beats is hiring energetic performers that can play guitar (basic knowledge), have a strong stage presence, and enjoy working with children. Performers will lead a 45-minute event for children and their families, featuring a live guitar performance, facilitated movement activities, and interactive jam time with rhythm sticks, tambourines, and shakers. We provide the equipment and curriculum, while you provide the enthusiasm and energy! This is a perfect opportunity for future educators, performers, musicians, or actors looking for a flexible, part-time opportunity to work with kids and share our passion for music and movement. . Compensation and Commitment: Rockabye Beats pays $40-$100 per class/program depending on the location, attendance, and event. Each program is approximately 45 minutes, exclusive of set-up, breakdown, and travel to and from the event. Performers must have access to reliable transportation to and from Greater Boston. To submit your interest in this opportunity, please submit a résumé, CV, or reel to Marcos at rockabyebeats@gmail.com.
NULL PT NULL Boston MA Marcos Valles rockabyebeats@gmail.com 2022-12-22 2023-02-25
2080 Percussion Instructor Natick Public Schools are seeking a percussion instructor for their lesson ... more
Natick Public Schools are seeking a percussion instructor for their lesson program. Please see the posting link below for more information: https://natickps.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=934
NULL PT Natick Public Schools Natick MA Craig Chisholm cchisholm@natickps.org 2022-12-12 2022-12-23