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View184Lesley Ellis School seeks Part-Time Early Childhood and Early Elementary Music TeacherIndependent school (Preschool – Grade 8) seeks candidates with a strong ...more
Independent school (Preschool – Grade 8) seeks candidates with a strong commitment to and passion for music education for young children. We are looking for an individual who will bring expertise and enthusiasm to music classes and has the desire to work closely with teachers to ensure an enriching and fun music experience. ________________________________________________ Successful candidates will demonstrate their ability to: • Implement a creative and developmentally based music curriculum for ?children from age 2.9 through Grade 2 that incorporates singing, movement, and other expressive and experiential opportunities • Value music and recognize that an early introduction to music is ?important • Model an interest in and use of music in daily experiences • Interact with children and music in a fun and playful manner • Be sensitive and flexible when children's interests divert from the original ?plan • Lead a chorus of first and second grade children ? Qualifications: ? BA in related field? ? Certification in Kodály, Orff, Gordon or Dalcroze Eurhythmics preferred ? Demonstrated experience working with young children ? Knowledge of child development and age-appropriate music curriculum for young children? ? Able to accompany on piano and with other instruments ? Commitment to developmental, multi-cultural, anti-bias education ________________________________________________________ School year position. Competitive salary. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to:?Head of School, Deanne Benson at jobs@lesleyellis.org Lesley Ellis School is an equal opportunity employer
NULLPTLesley Ellis SchoolArlingtonMADeanne Benson, Head of Schooljobs@lesleyellis.org2015-02-242015-08-28
View183Lesley Ellis School seeks Part-Time Early Childhood and Early Elementary Music TeacherIndependent school (Preschool – Grade 8) seeks candidates with a strong ...more
Independent school (Preschool – Grade 8) seeks candidates with a strong commitment to and passion for music education for young children. We are looking for an individual who will bring expertise and enthusiasm to music classes and has the desire to work closely with teachers to ensure an enriching Successful candidates will demonstrate their ability to: • Implement a creative and developmentally based music curriculum for ?children from age 2.9 through Grade 2 that incorporates singing, movement, and other expressive and experiential opportunities • Value music and recognize that an early introduction to music is ?important • Model an interest in and use of music in daily experiences • Interact with children and music in a fun and playful manner • Be sensitive and flexible when children's interests divert from the original ?plan • Lead a chorus of first and second grade children ? *Certification in Kodály, Orff, Gordon or Dalcroze Eurhythmics preferred * Demonstrated experience working with young children * Knowledge of child development and age-appropriate music curriculum for ? Able to accompany on piano and with other instruments ? Commitment to developmental, multi-cultural, anti-bias education School year position. Competitive salary. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to:?Head of School, Deanne Benson at jobs@lesleyellis.org. Lesley Ellis School is an equal opportunity employer Start date: August 28, 2015
NULLPTLesley Ellis SchoolArlingtonMADeanne Benson, Head of Schooljobs@lesleyellis.org2015-02-242015-08-28
View182Lesley Ellis School seeks Part-Time Early Childhood and Early Elementary Music TeacherIndependent school (Preschool – Grade 8) seeks candidates with a strong ...more
Independent school (Preschool – Grade 8) seeks candidates with a strong commitment to and passion for music education for young children. We are looking for an individual who will bring expertise and enthusiasm to music classes and has the desire to work closely with teachers to ensure an enriching Successful candidates will demonstrate their ability to: • Implement a creative and developmentally based music curriculum for ?children from age 2.9 through Grade 2 that incorporates singing, movement, and other expressive and experiential opportunities • Value music and recognize that an early introduction to music is ?important • Model an interest in and use of music in daily experiences • Interact with children and music in a fun and playful manner • Be sensitive and flexible when children's interests divert from the original ?plan • Lead a chorus of first and second grade children ? *Certification in Kodály, Orff, Gordon or Dalcroze Eurhythmics preferred * Demonstrated experience working with young children * Knowledge of child development and age-appropriate music curriculum for ? Able to accompany on piano and with other instruments ? Commitment to developmental, multi-cultural, anti-bias education School year position. Competitive salary. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to:?Head of School, Deanne Benson at jobs@lesleyellis.org. Lesley Ellis School is an equal opportunity employer Start date: August 28, 2015
NULLPTLesley Ellis SchoolArlingtonMADeanne Benson, Head of Schooljobs@lesleyellis.org2015-02-242015-08-28
View181Long Term Substitute Music Teacher - Wilmington Middle SchoolGeneral Music Teacher - 4 classes daily through the end of the 2014-15 scho...more
General Music Teacher - 4 classes daily through the end of the 2014-15 school year. Keyboard/Guitar Background is preferred. 1-2 years of experience with a certification in music is preferred. All applications must be submitted through School Spring https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=1284882
NULLPTWilmington Middle SchoolWilmingtonMAJoy Jartman - Human Resources Administratorjoy.jartman@wpsk12.com2015-02-242015-03-06
View180Instrumental Music Teacher (Wind Ensemble)The Margarita Muniz Academy is the first dual-language high school in the B...more
The Margarita Muniz Academy is the first dual-language high school in the Boston Public Schools. The El Sistema music program is held during the school day and offers students the opportunity to perform in one of 4 Wind Ensembles or 2 Choirs. The school is currently seeking a third Instrumental Music Teacher to join our team at the school for the 2015-2016 school year. The position is a .8 position (approx. 32 hours a week) and comes with full benefits (health, pension, etc). Job Responsibilities (Highlights): 1. Co-teach 4 Wind Ensembles with two music staff including leading full rehearsals, leading sectionals, and assist with administrative tasks. 2. Lesson plan and collaborate with music staff n implementing the band curriculum through the inspiration of Venezuela's El Sistema. 3. Participate in all staff meetings, retreats, and professional development opportunities at the school. QUALIFICATIONS: Requirements: Experience teaching music to high school students. Knowledge of the core values, philosophy, and pedagogical approaches of the El Sistema model of music instruction and community. Knowledge of organizing and instructing band. Experience teaching large and small ensemble groups as well individual music instruction. Experience working with large groups of students Enthusiasm for being a member of the El Sistema international network. Commitment to the arts as an important element in a complete education. Commitment to cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity as an element in complete education. Experience and/or willingness to be trained in integrated or theme-based curriculum and performance, or portfolio-based assessment. Ability to take on teacher leadership responsibilities that contribute the community as a whole. Flexible working hours. Hold a Bachelors Degree (copy of transcript required). Ability to work within a complex bureaucracy. Excellent communication skills Holds or can obtain a Massachusetts Teaching License Preferred: Three years teaching experience, preferably in an urban high school setting. Masters Degree or equivalent thereof. Proficient in Spanish. English as a Second Language Certification. Ability and/or certification to teach in multiple subject areas. Percussion performance background To apply, please send cover letter and resume to avi.mehta@munizacademy.org and rebecca.frost@munizacademy.org. Highly qualified applicants will be invited for an interview and audition on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
FTNULLMargarita Muniz AcademyJamaica Plain (Boston)MassachusettsAvi Mehtaavi.mehta@munizacademy.org2015-02-232015-06-01
View179K-5 General Music - Long Term SubThis a 4-6 week position to cover for a medical leave. This position is K-5...more
This a 4-6 week position to cover for a medical leave. This position is K-5 classroom music and is full-time.
FTNULLHansen Elementary SchoolStoughtonMAJohn Kearns - Director of Fine Artsj_kearns@stoughtonschools.org2015-02-232015-03-02
View178Organist/AccompanistProvide organ and/or piano accompaniment for three Sunday services per mont...more
Provide organ and/or piano accompaniment for three Sunday services per month. It is understood that four weeks of paid vacation are provided for. Sundays off will be negotiated no less than six weeks in advance of the prior Thursday rehearsal. Experience in a wide range of musical styles is desirable,e.g. jazz, classical, gospel and contemporary. Some flexibility in schedule and a willingness to work as a member of a fun and dynamic team of musicians providing music for worship services in an eclectic variety of styles. A degree in Organ/Piano and/or Sacred Music or comparable experience and training and experience sufficient to carry out the duties outlined above.
NULLPTUnitarian Universalist Church of Greater LynnSwampscottMAFrances Fitchffitch@uucgl.org2015-02-212015-05-31
View177Piano AccompanistThe Piano Accompanist shall musically and accurately play piano for choral ...more
The Piano Accompanist shall musically and accurately play piano for choral rehearsals and performances. The songs with accompaniment for the upcoming performance are “Seal Lullaby” by Eric Whitacre and “Lullaby” by Daniel Elder Schedule. The Piano Accompanist works under the Direction of the Choral Director, and reports to the Principal. DUTIES Duties for this position include, but are not limited to: 1. Provide piano accompaniment for the following rehearsals: a. Two (2) or three (3) late-February to early-March rehearsals on Wednesdays, from 2:30-3:30 PM; b. Four (4) rehearsals during the school day—specific times/dates TBD (we have some flexibility in scheduling this). 2. Provide piano accompaniment for the following performances: a. School concert the evening of Monday, March 23rd; b. Performance at the MICCA Choral Festival, Saturday morning March 28th (until noon); c. Must be available for possible performance at the MICCA Gold Medal showcase, Saturday April 11th (morning). 3. Other duties as directed by the Choral Director and/or the Principal. QUALIFICATIONS To be considered for this position, candidates must have the following: 1. Proven musical ability in piano; 2. Two years of paid or unpaid experience accompanying vocal soloists, choral groups, or dancers using a piano. Formal study of the piano may be substituted for the required experience; 3. Demonstrated experience in working with high-school aged students; 4. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Choral Director and/or Principal may find appropriate. APPLICATION PROCEDURE To be considered for this vacancy, please reference only job posting #15-PA and your last name (as, #15-PA Jones) in the subject line, and submit: 1. Cover letter; 2. Resume; and 3. The contact information for three professional references. Current Hopkinton Public School employees need only submit a letter of interest, outlining skills and qualifications for the position. Submit the above required information to: hpsjobs@hopkinton.k12.ma.us Please note: this address is for application materials only. E-mail is our preferred method of application, however, if you wish to apply by mail, please send the required items to: Human Resources (Job Vacancy #15-PA) Hopkinton Public Schools 89 Hayden Rowe Hopkinton, MA 01748
NULLPTHopkinton High SchoolHopkinton MAIsaac Brodyibrody@hopkinton.k12.ma.us2015-02-122015-04-01
View176Choral DirectorIn Good Company Theater (formerly Revels Rep.) is looking for a Music Direc...more
In Good Company Theater (formerly Revels Rep.) is looking for a Music Director for a chorus of 16 adults, performing original musical shows on the American experience (immigration, campaign songs, Appalachian music, etc.). We travel throughout southern New England to perform before elementary schools and general audiences. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings.
NULLPTIn Good Company TheaterWalthamMassachusettsDavid Jaydavidjay@me.com2015-02-112015-04-11
View175Private Lesson Program- Voice TeacherThe Wakefield After School Lesson Program is seeking a voice teacher for th...more
The Wakefield After School Lesson Program is seeking a voice teacher for the program. Please email Tom Bankert your resume and to receive more information. Position filled ASAP.
NULLPTWakefield Public SchoolsWakefieldMATom Bankert, Director of Visual & Performing Artsthomas.bankert@wpsk12.org2015-02-112015-02-20
View174Piano Teacher for Lynnfield Youth Music SchoolThe Lynnfield Youth Music School is an after-school enrichment programs for...more
The Lynnfield Youth Music School is an after-school enrichment programs for students in grades K-12 and adults, offering both private instruction and ensemble experiences. We are growing and are in need of a part-time piano teacher to work with both beginner and intermediate students. Pay is comparable with other local programs, and we are looking for someone to work 1-2 afternoons per week. Currently I have 7 students on a waiting list, so I'm looking for someone who could begin after February break. More information about the program can be found at www.LynnfieldYouthMusic.com. Please contact Tom Westmoreland at LynnfieldYouthMusic@gmail.com with resume.
NULLPTLynnfield Public SchoolsLynnfieldMassachusettsTom WestmorelandLynnfieldYouthMusic@gmail.com2015-02-062015-02-27
View173Director of Performing Arts Director of Performing Arts (K-12) REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintende...more
Director of Performing Arts (K-12) REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning ________________________________________________________________________ ACCOUNTABILITY OBJECTIVE: Full responsibility for the Performing Arts Program, K-12 DIMENSIONS: Students 5133 Elementary Schools: 7 Secondary Schools: 2 Professional Personnel: 1 department secretary 15 full- and part-time teachers 1 departmental assistant (split 3 ways) 1 teaching assistant 1 middle school and high school auditorium manager 1 stipend dance teacher 40 instrumental extension program teachers NATURE AND SCOPE: Wellesley Public Schools is seeking an experienced leader to guide/steer/take the helm of our world-class Performing Arts Program. Wellesley offers general music at all 7 Elementary Schools, with citywide performance experiences for 5th graders in chorus, band, and orchestra. Our Middle School features general music, drama, chorus, band and orchestra, as well as a full musical and a dramatic production each year. Wellesley High School has one of the most accomplished and comprehensive performing arts programs in New England, featuring recent collaborations with Keith Lockhart and the Boston POPS and the St. Olaf’s choirs, award-winning dramatic and dance ensembles, and Jazz Bands that enjoy frequent outside engagements. Throughout our K-12 system, we seek to meet the needs of all students-those who will go on to become professional musicians as well as those who enjoy a lifetime of engagement with the performing arts. Under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, we seek candidates for Director who have experience with and foster excellence and engagement across all areas of Performing Arts and who can build on our strong tradition of including all students in performing through our vibrant general music curriculum. The Director should be an astute manager who can coordinate our multiple feeder programs, organize vibrant community engagement and outreach, and develop an appreciation for performance throughout our school community. This position also requires managing a large department budget as well as fee based programs and income from performances. Above all, our next leader should have strong communication skills, an energetic and organized leadership style, be creative and enthusiastic in developing staff and student growth, and provide an engaging vision for the future of our program. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITY: 1. Coordinate all aspects of the performing arts program, K-12 and reports directly to the Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning. 2. Convene department meetings for K-12 faculty and extension faculty in groups which meet particular needs. 3. Visit schools regularly and be available to principals regarding various aspects of the performing arts program. 4. Provide liaison between school and community regarding performing arts activities and events. 5. Attend some performances mounted by department faculty and provide feedback on these. 6. Serve as a resource person for staff and schools. 7. Provide opportunities for ongoing curriculum development and revision and study of educational research and trends. 8. Maintain effective public relations and communication between staff, administration, and community. 9. Evaluate the performing arts program both during and after the regular student day with the aim of improving and refining it. 10. Recommend staff alignment and program changes. 11. Assist staff in development of personal objectives. 12. Support teachers in planning and implementation of programs. 13. Prepare and submit reports as requested. 14. Encourage staff and student participation in advanced opportunities such as Music Educators' District, All State Festivals, and professional conferences. 15. Provide opportunities for cultural enrichment including Boston Symphony Youth Concerts and Boston Symphony Orchestra summer "Days in the Arts" program. 16. Maintain and up-to-date- inventory of equipment. Arrange for maintenance and repairs of equipment and schedule a plan for capital replacements. 17. Develop a budget based on needs of staff and program. Administer total performing arts program budget, K-12. 18. Screen and place student teachers and observers from area universities. 19. In addition to administering and supervising the program, the Director teaches. 20. Provide support to advisors of Appendix A positions in the performing arts areas. 21. Oversee hiring, scheduling, and supervision of teachers in the after school Instrumental Extension Program. WORK YEAR: 204 days
FTNULLWellesley Public SchoolsWellesleyMAGayle McCrackenmccrackeng@wellesleyps.org2015-02-052015-02-20
View172Middle School Violin InstructorBeaver Country Day School seeks an enthusiastic, experienced, and student-c...more
Beaver Country Day School seeks an enthusiastic, experienced, and student-centered violin instructor. Responsibilities include teaching a beginner violin class to a small group (7-10) of 8th grade students and writing end of term progress reports. The class will meet twice a week on Tuesdays and Wednesday from 1:15-2:15 starting on March 10 and ending on June 6. Competitive candidates should demonstrate an understanding of and affinity for middle school students and experience teaching in small group settings. Candidates should email a cover letter and resume to: Tina Farrell, Performing Arts Department Head at TFarrell@bcdschool.org. Please include MS Violin Instructor in the subject line.
NULLPTBeaver Country Day SchoolChestnut HillMATina Farrelltfarrell@bcdschool.org2015-01-202015-03-20
View170Group Piano InstructorBrookline Music School is seeking a group piano instructor for students age...more
Brookline Music School is seeking a group piano instructor for students ages 4-6. The program is Music Moves for Piano, a research-based curriculum including singing, chanting, patterns, improvisation and learning short piano pieces and duets by ear. Classes begin the end of January and run for 15 weeks, following the Brookline Public School calendar. Looking for a candidate to teach 3 to 4 classes on Friday afternoons and/or Sundays. Familiarity with Music Learning Theory a plus and experience with early childhood music preferred.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAKrista Jadrokjadro@bmsmusic.org2015-01-082015-02-08
View169CLASSROOM MUSIC INSTRUCTOR .50CLASSROOM MUSIC INSTRUCTOR .50 The Erving Elementary and Swift River Sch...more
CLASSROOM MUSIC INSTRUCTOR .50 The Erving Elementary and Swift River Schools seek a dynamic individual for classroom music instruction effective Fall 2015. This is a part-time position serving the children of Erving, New Salem and Wendell. Responsibilities include classroom music instruction Grades K-6 and chorus. The preferred candidate will be able to lead each school in annual school productions as well as lead each school in regular community sings using an accompaniment instrument such as guitar or piano. Please visit our website at www.union28.org for a professional application and submit with letter of interest, resume, copies of transcripts, certification and three current letters of reference to: James Trill, Principal ERVING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 28 Northfield Road Erving, MA 01344 Applications accepted until position is filled. ~ EOE ~
NULLPTErving Elementary and Swift River SchoolsErving and New Salem MAJames Trilltrill@erving.com2015-01-072015-02-27
View165PreK- Fourth Grade plus 5th grade choruslong term sub Jan 2015 - June 2015 2 preschool classes, 3 or 4 classes per...more
long term sub Jan 2015 - June 2015 2 preschool classes, 3 or 4 classes per grade level, K-4. Well stocked music room w midi station. Plenty of curriculum materials and supplies. Teacher who hold position on medical leave.
FTNULLThe Lincoln School, Smith BuildingLincolnMASteve McKennalook on LPS website: www.lincnet.org2014-12-162015-02-27
View155Conductor/Music Director for Community Chorus (Millis, MA)The Charles River Chorale, a non-audition community chorus centered in Mill...more
The Charles River Chorale, a non-audition community chorus centered in Millis, Massachusetts, will need a new director beginning Sept. 1, 2015 (with some summer overlap working with music selection and preparation). The Chorale began as The Millis Community Chorale, and has performed continuously for thirty (30) years under Founding Director Roy S. Kelley. The Chorale has a long tradition of performing a mix of works in two separate programs each year. One program is performed on the second Saturday of December, and focuses on Christmas, other holidays, and seasonal themes. The second is the first Saturday of May, and has a wider range of music, including "pops"-style pieces from musicals and Americana, some more classical or artistic works, and other material. We have a tradition of letting the director direct. We also have always had a director who has experience as a showman himself, and thus takes an active role from the stage. Our members run the gamut of skill and talent, as you may guess. Some have no formal training whatsoever, and learn their parts virtually by rote. Most have some basic music theory and experience, and can manage with assistance. A few are well-trained musicians. Thus, our director must also be patient with the rehearsal/teaching process. We rehearse every Tuesday in the autumn and the spring. We perform in the Millis High School Auditorium, and occasionally other venues. If you are interested in applying for this position, please send the following by E-MAIL to greglee@gregleelaw.com : - A CV or Resume setting out your education and experience as a choral director; - A brief letter stating why you might be the right successor for a chorus which has known only one director for thirty years; - Any references you may wish to provide at this time (optional) - Any inquiries you have; and - A means to contact you. Word or PDF is preferred. Roy Kelley is directing both our Holiday 2014 and Spring 2015 Concerts, so we are set through May. However, we would also like to know that we are moving along in this process and not dragging it out until the last minute. We anticipate interviews and meetings after January 1, 2015, and hope to have a decision before our Spring Concert in May. Thank you for your time. Gregory P. Lee Tenor and Member of Board, for Donna Keesling, Chair greglee@gregleelaw.com
NULLPTCharles River Chorale community chorusMillisMAGregory Leegreglee@gregleelaw.com2014-11-222016-09-01
View154Substitute Music TeacherThe Wellesley Public Schools has immediate openings for day-to-day substitu...more
The Wellesley Public Schools has immediate openings for day-to-day substitute coverage in music education. A candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree; a valid Massachusetts teaching license is preferred. The beginning per diem rate for substitute teachers is $99.60/day.
NULLPTWellesley Public SchoolsWellesleyMAValerie SpruillSpruillv@wellesleyps.org2014-11-212015-06-30
View152After School Voice InstructorThe Mendon-Upton Regional School District is seeking an after school privat...more
The Mendon-Upton Regional School District is seeking an after school private voice instructor for students in grades 5-8. The studio is typically between 6-10 students. Please send a resume and letter of interest to bferrari@mursd.org.
NULLNULLMiscoe Hill SchoolMendonMABrendan Ferraribferrari@mursd.org2014-11-122015-11-12
View148After School Violin InstructorTeach small group violin instruction to 4th - 5th Grade students after scho...more
Teach small group violin instruction to 4th - 5th Grade students after school for 45 minutes per week for a duration of 20 weeks.
NULLPTNorth Andiover Public Schools Kittredge ElementaryNorth AndoverMassachusettsRick Galantegalanter@northandoverpublicschools.com2014-10-242015-10-02
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