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1825 Music Teacher gr 7-12 and Jazz Band DIrector *Join our dynamic music department (a great TEAM of people!) with great stu... more
*Join our dynamic music department (a great TEAM of people!) with great students in a new school *7th & 8th grade general music classes, including Rhythworks (drumming) *High School electives ranging from History of Rock n Roll; Music Theory; Guitar class; Piano class - depending on enrollment. *Senior Jazz Band DIrector (additional stipend) *Jazz Band experience preferred *School Spring Job ID 3792012 *https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3792012 Qualifications: 1. Valid Teacher Certification, grades 5 - 12 music 2. Ability to build a rapport with a diverse population 3. Ability to build a rapport with a variety of ages 4. Willingness to participate in after-school music ensembles 5. Instrumental music background preferred 6. Woodwind player preferred 7. High energy level 8. Citizenship, residency or work visa required *Apply through SchoolSpring *For consideration, upload letter of interest, transcript, resume, letters of reference, and teacher certification/MTEL required or in process *Contact: Lynda Maccini Pavloff, Director of Music Lmaccinipavloff@ebps.net (508) 378-8214 x5128
FT NULL East Bridgewater Junior-Senior High School East Bridgewater MA Lynda Maccini Pavloff, DIrector of Music - (508) 378-8214 x5128 Lmaccinipavloff@ebps.net 2022-05-23 2022-06-01
1824 Teaching Artist, The Michael J. Perkins School Handel and Haydn Society | Teaching Artist, The Michael J. Perkins School ... more
Handel and Haydn Society | Teaching Artist, The Michael J. Perkins School Reports to: Vice President of Education and Community Engagement Position description: The Handel and Haydn Society seeks a teaching artist to educate, inspire, and engage students in weekly music classes. Students are in grades K0-6 at the Michael J. Perkins School in South Boston. The successful candidate has a strong background in the major elementary general music methodologies; approaches their work with equity at the core and a desire to further justice through their music classroom; prioritizes singing and the development of the voice in their teaching practice, and is well-versed in elementary level repertoire and materials. The Teaching Artist engages students in developing music literacy skills, experiencing the joy of music through active participation and hands-on learning activities, and exposure to live music performances by professional musicians. This comprehensive approach to music education, delivered through a sequential, student-centered curriculum and live music performance, provides exciting enhancements to the school's dynamic culture and supports the social, emotional, academic, and artistic growth of its students from an early age. The Teaching Artist teaches twelve (12) classes weekly during the school day. Scheduling is flexible based on the availability of the artist and alignment with the school schedule. Instruction takes place with the classroom teacher present. Should distance learning be incorporated into the student experience, the Teaching Artist will adapt their instruction for this environment. Qualifications: A passion for sharing music with all people, in particular with children. Prior experience teaching in a youth educational setting, preferably in an urban environment at the elementary level. Experience with remote instruction is desirable. Collegiate study in music and/or education is preferred. Vocal/choral artists are especially encouraged to apply. Demonstrated knowledge of music pedagogy and expertise with Gordon's "Music Learning Theory," First Steps in Music, Conversational Solfege, and/or the Kodaly method is highly desirable. Exceptional interpersonal skills, including the ability to relate to and engage young children with genuine warmth and energy and to create positive workplace relationships. Enthusiasm for working collaboratively with school communities. Exceptional communication skills and attention to detail. Pro-active approach, flexibility, reliability, ability to work independently, and positive attitude are extremely important. Sensitivity to, appreciation for, and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of students. Fluency in Spanish, Cape Verdean, Vietnamese, Haitian, or Mandarin is desirable. Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society. Duties: Deliver curriculum and instruction in music literacy and singing that is culturally relevant, joyful, and challenging to the students at the Michael J. Perkins School, beginning in the 2022-23 school year. The teaching schedule is to be set by the Perkins School and Handel and Haydn Society administrations. Maintain lesson plans and collaborate with classroom teachers to incorporate themes from other areas of the students' learning as much as possible. Prepare and lead students in performances for the school community and other engagements, including in collaboration with other musicians of H+H. Maintain a weekly journal to record anecdotal data on program developments and student performance and develop relevant tools for measurement and assessment that are useful in evaluating student progress and the effectiveness of teaching practice. Attend school celebrations, special events, meetings and other functions deemed necessary by the Perkins School and Handel and Haydn Society administrations. Be available to meet with Board members, donors, and funders during the year and participate in events that maintain and cultivate interest in the H+H Education Program. Act as a representative of H+H at social events, educational meetings, and/or conferences. Other duties as assigned. Compensation: Salary for 1.5 teaching days per week: $15,500-17,500 annually, paid biweekly on Fridays The Handel and Haydn Society is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace by maintaining a staff that represents the traditions and voices of contemporary Boston.
NULL PT The Michael J Perkins School BOSTON MA LILEE DETHCHAN LILEE@HANDELANDHAYDN.ORG 2022-05-23 2022-06-30
1823 Pre-K General Music Educator Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachuset... more
Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachusetts, is currently accepting applications and scheduling interviews for a new Pre-Kindergarten general music teaching position at Balliet Elementary School (a school dedicated to Pre-K education). The music program will be well-funded and provisioned with quality materials and supplies. The professional working environment along with school-based and district supports promote teacher growth and foster successful outcomes for teachers and their students. SPS students represent a diverse group of backgrounds, bringing rich perspectives, experiences, and contributions into the classroom. We celebrate and build upon our students’ unique abilities and encourage learning with a student-centered, culturally responsive approach. Qualified candidates must have state certification, exhibit strong music content knowledge, a passion for working with all students, solid classroom management abilities, and excellent interpersonal skills. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application available at www.springfieldpublicschools.com and contact Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts at jaronj@springfieldpublicschools.com for an interview.
FT NULL Balliet Elementary School Springfield Massachusetts Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts JaronJ@springfieldpublicschools.com 2022-05-23 2022-11-01
1822 Registrar (Remote) The South Shore Children’s Chorus is a non-profit, musical education progra... more
The South Shore Children’s Chorus is a non-profit, musical education program run by South Shore natives who care deeply for their community. SSCC offers a joyful music education for young singers of various experience levels for students living in the South Shore community and beyond. SSCC seeks an organized Registrar to ensure that our students and parents are registered correctly for each term, and serves as the first point of contact for families and staff regarding the use of our administrative online software. This position will also manage student payment accounts, ensuring that all accounts are up to date, billing statements are issued, payment plans are initiated, and tuition assistance requests are processed. The Registrar will serve as the first point of contact for new inquiries, and new students/families entering our program. This position works closely with the Artistic Director to ensure that records and rosters are accurate, with minimal impact to the teaching staff, as well as the Operations Manager. The Registrar also leads ticket sales, preparing online ticket sales and managing any refund requests, door volunteers, and solving any issues that arise. This job description provides an overview of the areas of responsibility and tasks involved. For a full job description, visit our website: https://southshorechildrenschorus.org/learn/job-opportunites Apply by June 10, applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
NULL PT South Shore Children's Chorus Remote/Quincy MA Kirsten Oberoi oberoi@sscchorus.org 2022-05-21 2022-06-30
1821 Trumpet Faculty Member Employment Opportunity - 5.22 TRUMPET FACULTY MEMBER HOURS: Part-time (Sa... more
Employment Opportunity - 5.22 TRUMPET FACULTY MEMBER HOURS: Part-time (Saturdays), in-person, hourly COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience START DATE: July 2022 Groton Hill Music Center is the region's premier non-profit center for outstanding music education, professional performances, and community engagement programs. As we prepare to move to our new home in Groton, MA in September, our team is seeking a part-time Trumpet faculty member. This role involves private lesson instruction with students of all age and ability levels, across all relevant styles. Summer teaching days are flexible; school year teaching will take place on Saturdays (morning and afternoon), and will include leadership of a student Brass Ensemble from 11:30-12:30 each week. PRIMARY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: All of our faculty members are entrusted with developing students of all ages and ability levels. The role has considerable room for growth by way of building ensembles, classes, and a culture of excitement around brass pedagogy and performance at Groton Hill Music. The ability to inspire students while demonstrating and instructing strong instrumental technique is required. Groton Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional IHM programs and special events to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Groton Hill Music offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Regular weekly teaching throughout the school year is required as is attendance at an annual fall faculty meeting, hosting at least one Voice Soirée recital, and the completion of occasional clerical tasks. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. QUALIFICATIONS: Ideal candidates should have a degree in music and a minimum of three years of teaching experience. The ability to model and teach proper technique, and to integrate elements of music theory into one’s lessons, are essential. The ability to model and teach improvisation, and/or to teach lessons on low brass instruments, is preferred but not required. HOW TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Pete Robbins, Director of Education and Non-Orchestral Performance Programming, at probbins@grotonhill.org by Friday, June 10. Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered. This position will begin in July, 2022. Current Location: 36 King Street, Littleton MA In late August, we will be moving to our new home at 122 Old Ayer Road, Groton MA LEARN MORE ABOUT GROTON HILL MUSIC CENTER Non-Discrimination Policy: Groton Hill Music Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, hiring practices, or employment policies.
NULL PT Indian Hill Music Littleton MA Pete Robbins probbins@indianhillmusic.org 2022-05-20 2022-06-17
1820 Voice Department Faculty Member Employment Opportunity - 5.22 VOICE DEPARTMENT FACULTY MEMBER HOURS: Part... more
Employment Opportunity - 5.22 VOICE DEPARTMENT FACULTY MEMBER HOURS: Part-time, in-person, hourly COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience START DATE: July 2022 Groton Hill Music Center is the region's premier non-profit center for outstanding music education, professional performances, and community engagement programs. As we prepare to move to our new home in Groton, MA in September, our team is seeking a part-time Voice Department faculty member. This role involves private lesson instruction with teenage and adult students of all levels, across a stylistic spectrum that includes contemporary commercial, a capella, and musical theatre. Summer teaching days are flexible; school year teaching will take place on one or more weekdays (afternoon and evening), and/or on Saturdays (morning and afternoon), depending on the availability of the candidate and student demand. PRIMARY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: All of our faculty members are entrusted with developing voice students of all ages and ability levels. The role has considerable room for growth by way of building ensembles, classes, and a culture of excitement around contemporary vocal pedagogy and performance at Groton Hill Music. The ability to inspire students while demonstrating and instructing strong vocal technique is required. Teaching students younger than age 12 or 13 is looked upon favorably but not at all required. Groton Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional IHM programs and special events to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Groton Hill Music offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Regular weekly teaching throughout the school year is required as is attendance at an annual fall faculty meeting, hosting at least one Voice Soirée recital, and the completion of occasional clerical tasks. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. QUALIFICATIONS: Ideal candidates should have a degree in music and a minimum of three years of teaching experience. The ability to model and teach proper vocal technique, and to integrate elements of music theory into one’s lessons, are essential. Basic guitar and/or piano proficiency is required, and the ability to work with students on accompanying themselves is strongly preferred. HOW TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Pete Robbins, Director of Education and Non-Orchestral Performance Programming, at probbins@grotonhill.org by Friday, June 10. Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered. This position will begin in July, 2022. Current Location: 36 King Street, Littleton MA In late August, we will be moving to our new home at 122 Old Ayer Road, Groton MA LEARN MORE ABOUT GROTON HILL MUSIC CENTER Non-Discrimination Policy: Groton Hill Music Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, hiring practices, or employment policies.
NULL PT Indian Hill Music Littleton MA Pete Robbins probbins@indianhillmusic.org 2022-05-20 2022-06-17
1819 Interim Orchestra Teacher 1.0 FTE Grades 9-12 *Reposting Westford Public Schools are seeking an Interim Orchestra teacher at Westfor... more
Westford Public Schools are seeking an Interim Orchestra teacher at Westford Academy for the 2022-2023 school year. The position also includes teaching guitar and piano classes. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Andrea Mejia, K-12 Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum Coordinator: amejia@westfordk12.us or see School Spring Job ID: 3895369
FT NULL Westford Academy Westford MA Andrea Mejia amejia@westfordk12.us 2022-05-20 2022-06-10
1818 Adaptive Music Teaching Artist Full job description at https://www.communitymusicschool.com/adaptive-music... more
Full job description at https://www.communitymusicschool.com/adaptive-music-program-teaching-artist/. Experienced music educator sought for providing music instruction to special education students in schools in and around Springfield. Hours to be determined based on candidate's availability. Most instruction will be in person; some remote instruction is possible. Please visit full job description for more information.
NULL PT Community Music School of Springfield Springfield MA Jessica Corwin, AMP Manager jcorwin@communitymusicschool.com 2022-05-19 2022-07-29
1817 Elementary General Music Educator Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachuset... more
Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachusetts, is currently accepting applications and scheduling interviews for an elementary school general music teaching position at Freedman Elementary School. The music program is well-funded and provisioned with quality materials and supplies. The professional working environment along with school-based and district supports promote teacher growth and foster successful outcomes for teachers and their students. SPS students represent a diverse group of backgrounds, bringing rich perspectives, experiences, and contributions into the classroom. We celebrate and build upon our students’ unique abilities and encourage learning with a student-centered, culturally responsive approach. Qualified candidates must have state certification, exhibit strong music content knowledge, a passion for working with all students, solid classroom management abilities, and excellent interpersonal skills. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application available at www.springfieldpublicschools.com and contact Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts at jaronj@springfieldpublicschools.com for an interview.
FT NULL Freedman Elementary Springfield Massachusetts Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts JaronJ@springfieldpublicschools.com 2022-05-19 2022-11-01
1816 Elementary General Music Educator Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachuset... more
Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachusetts, is currently accepting applications and scheduling interviews for an elementary school general music teaching position at Milton Bradley Elementary School. The music program is well-funded and provisioned with quality materials and supplies. The professional working environment along with school-based and district supports promote teacher growth and foster successful outcomes for teachers and their students. SPS students represent a diverse group of backgrounds, bringing rich perspectives, experiences, and contributions into the classroom. We celebrate and build upon our students’ unique abilities and encourage learning with a student-centered, culturally responsive approach. Qualified candidates must have state certification, exhibit strong music content knowledge, a passion for working with all students, solid classroom management abilities, and excellent interpersonal skills. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application available at www.springfieldpublicschools.com and contact Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts at jaronj@springfieldpublicschools.com for an interview.
FT NULL Milton Bradley Elementary School Springfield Massachusetts Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts JaronJ@springfieldpublicschools.com 2022-05-19 2022-11-01
1815 Elementary General Music Educator Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachuset... more
Springfield Public Schools, an urban school district in Western Massachusetts, is currently accepting applications and scheduling interviews for two half-time elementary school general music teaching positions (which will be scheduled to allow for one full-time employment position with the district). The music programs are well-funded and provisioned with quality materials and supplies. The professional working environment along with school-based and district supports promote teacher growth and foster successful outcomes for teachers and their students. SPS students represent a diverse group of backgrounds, bringing rich perspectives, experiences, and contributions into the classroom. We celebrate and build upon our students’ unique abilities and encourage learning with a student-centered, culturally responsive approach. Qualified candidates must have state certification, exhibit strong music content knowledge, a passion for working with all students, solid classroom management abilities, and excellent interpersonal skills. Interested candidates should complete the online employment application available at www.springfieldpublicschools.com and contact Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts at jaronj@springfieldpublicschools.com for an interview.
FT NULL Sumner Elementary and Glenwood Elementary Springfield Massachusetts NULL JaronJ@springfieldpublicschools.com 2022-05-19 2022-11-01
1814 Piano Instructor POSITION: Powers Music School seeks an experienced piano instructor to teac... more
POSITION: Powers Music School seeks an experienced piano instructor to teach students of all ages and abilities. This is an opportunity to take over a current teacher’s studio as well as to build a studio with students new to Powers. The current piano department includes thirteen faculty members who teach private lessons, group classes, and chamber music. DUTIES: - Teach private lessons - Teach group classes and ensembles, based on department need - Attend annual faculty meeting and open house QUALIFICATIONS - Master’s degree in performance, pedagogy or equivalent work experience - Documented successful teaching experience - Effective communication skills with students, parents, and colleagues START: Summer or Fall 2022 LOCATION: A passionate community committed to playing, learning, and growing together, Powers Music School is located in Belmont, MA. Powers welcomes over 900 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: $48-$55 per hour, based on experience and qualifications. To apply: Send cover letter, resume, and 3 references by email to mmiller@powersmusic.org Dr. Meghan Miller Associate Director
NULL PT Powers Music School Belmont MA Meghan Miller mmiller@powersmusic.org 2022-05-18 2022-07-01
1813 Summer Theatre Jr. Music Director We are seeking a Music Director for our summer theatre junior production. T... more
We are seeking a Music Director for our summer theatre junior production. The stipend for this position is $2,880. Stoughton Public Schools are putting together a full summer production of Frozen Jr. for incoming elementary-aged students (Grades 2-6). This program runs from 8:30-1:30, Monday through Thursday, from Tuesday, July 5 to Thursday, July 28. The performance will be on Thursday, July 28 at 6:00pm. Please reach out to Kevin Hallock at k_hallock@stoughtonschools.org if interested.
NULL PT Stoughton High School Stoughton MA Kevin Hallock k_hallock@stoughtonschools.org 2022-05-17 2022-06-03
1812 Community Engagement and Summer Programs Manager Groton Hill Music Center is one of the most ambitious cultural projects in ... more
Groton Hill Music Center is one of the most ambitious cultural projects in New England - a world-class education and performance center on a stunning 110-acre landscape in Groton, MA. Our team is seeking an individual to manage and maintain the operations, finances, and pedagogical aspects of our Community Engagement programs and events, and of our summer and school vacation programming at the Music School. The applicant will embrace Groton Hill Music’s mission of sharing the transformative power of music through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need. They will energetically and thoroughly take ownership over all of our Community Engagement efforts, and will oversee, invigorate, and expand our summer programming. The Community Engagement and Summer Programs Manager will be able to roll up their sleeves and work collaboratively to help ensure the success of the organization. This is a key position, with opportunities for professional growth, and one that is especially critical as Groton Hill Music prepares for the opening of its new facility in September 2022. Please note: this is a full-time in-person position, slated to begin in July, 2022. PRIMARY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: The Community Engagement and Summer Programs Manager coordinates all aspects of the organization’s Community Engagement programming, including instrumental and music production classes in under-resourced public school districts (such as Fitchburg, Lowell, Lawrence, and more) and Boys & Girls Clubs (such as Leominster/Fitchburg and Gardner) in our region. Aspects to be managed include instructional quality, data collection, budgeting, scheduling, staffing, relationship management, special events, and more. This individual also oversees our “Bach’s Lunch” free monthly concert series, including artist curation, budgeting, and operational oversight, as well as our Threshold Singers, our bedside choir that provides comfort through song for the very ill and their families. The person in this role will also oversee all aspects of our summer programming, including program design, staffing, scheduling, budgeting, and operational oversight. They will work closely with our Marketing team to optimize promotional messaging about these programs, with an eye on current and desired enrollment levels, and will be the point person for each program’s culminating events. A growth and flexibility mindset, as well as a collegial and collaborative approach, are critical to success in this role. This position is part of the management team of our Music School, and as such will be asked to help plan and run critical School events as appropriate. Key Tasks and Responsibilities: Community Engagement programs: - Hire, support, and evaluate all Community Engagement teachers. This will require regular travel to program sites in order to observe, provide feedback, and follow up with our teachers as they elevate their performance. - Create and maintain relationships with key stakeholders related to our Community Engagement programs, including but not limited to public school district superintendents, principals, arts coordinators, school-based music teachers, afterschool and community program administrators, and more. - Design and implement data collection systems measuring student growth in our offsite music education programs. - Collaboratively design educational program schedules with on-site stakeholders, with an eye toward scalability, consistency, and setting up both teachers and students for success. - Maintain Community Engagement program budgets. This includes planning for and managing all personnel and materials expenses, and proactively enforcing balances due from partner organizations if and when appropriate. - Work collaboratively with our Development team on continuing and new grant opportunities in order to fund new and existing Community Engagement programs, and on donor stewardship as appropriate. - Oversee all operational, financial, and communicational aspects of special events involving school-based and adult community ensembles who will be invited to perform or attend concerts in our Concert Hall. - Proactively plan and communicate with Groton Hill colleagues across departments (School, Marketing, Development, etc.). - Maintain clear and consistent systems for documentation, organization, and communication to be shared with all relevant Groton Hill stakeholders. - Explore and generate new mission-aligned partnerships that are feasible, scalable, and financially sustainable for Groton Hill. Summer programs: - Oversee all programmatic, operational, financial, and communicational aspects of our summer programs. - Evaluate and propose appropriate changes to all current summer programming based on our enrollment data, current trends at peer organizations around the country, and other sources. - Design and oversee new summer programs, including those tied to performance festivals in genres such as bluegrass, jazz, and more. - Maintain summer program budgets. This includes planning for and managing all personnel and materials expenses. - Hire, support, and evaluate all summer program teachers. - Proactively plan and communicate with Groton Hill colleagues across departments (School, Marketing, Development, etc.). - Maintain clear and consistent systems for documentation, organization, and communication to be shared with all relevant Groton Hill stakeholders. - Work with our partners as Lawrence Academy to design, implement, and oversee residential aspects to our summer programming, to begin in 2024. Other responsibilities: - Hosting on-site student recitals and other events as a member of our Music School management team. - Other duties as assigned, related to the mission and activities of Groton Hill Music. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated and sustained success in one or more public school music education settings, and experience in mentoring teachers, educational program design, and data collection, are preferred. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required - Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. - Must be able to work well independently and to manage, train, and motivate others. - Excellent verbal and written communication and documentation skills required. - Candidate must be able to successfully handle multiple priorities in sometimes high stress situations. - Strong spreadsheet, database, reporting, budgeting, and presentation skills. - Proficiency with G Suite and Microsoft Office applications strongly preferred. - Position requires the ability to accommodate a flexible schedule, including occasional evenings, weekends, and holidays in an in-person capacity, as well as being able to perform in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. HOW TO APPLY This is a newly-created full-time exempt position. Compensation depends upon the selected candidate’s experience, skill set, and what they bring to the position. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Pete Robbins, Director of Education and Non-Orchestral Performance Programming, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org by Friday, June 10. Submissions without a cover letter and salary requirements will not be considered. This position will begin in July, 2022. ABOUT INDIAN HILL MUSIC (SOON TO BE GROTON HILL MUSIC CENTER) Now in its 38th year, Indian Hill Music is a thriving regional non-profit center for music education, performance, and community outreach. One of only a few organizations in the U.S. that combines a community music school, professional symphony orchestra, diverse concert series, and high-impact music philanthropy, Indian Hill Music currently serves 79 communities in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. We believe that music inspires both our hearts and minds, encourages the growth of the whole person, and is integral to the lives of everyone we serve. Our mission is to share the transformative power of music, through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need. Groton Hill Music Center will include: a 1,000-seat concert hall; a 300-seat performance hall; 35 rehearsal, teaching, ensemble, and community spaces; state-of-the-art acoustics; dynamic architecture; and lawn seating for outdoor concerts. Groton Hill Music will become a regional gathering place for the highest quality music education programs and professional performances of all genres. Non-Discrimination Policy: Indian Hill Music does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, hiring practices, or employment policies.
FT NULL Indian Hill Music Littleton MA Pete Robbins probbins@indianhillmusic.org 2022-05-16 2022-06-17
1811 Guitar Instructor Groton Hill Music Center is one of the most ambitious cultural projects in ... more
Groton Hill Music Center is one of the most ambitious cultural projects in New England - a world- class education and performance center on a stunning 110-acre landscape in Groton, MA. Our school is seeking a part-time Guitar Instructor to teach students of all ages and abilities, including young beginners, on Saturdays. The position begins on a weekly basis on September 10, and should also include ad hoc summer teaching in 2022 at our facility in Littleton, MA (to close at the end of August), pending the instructor’s and students’ availability. The position involves teaching private lessons to guitar and ukulele students of all ages and ability levels, and small groups of students ages 5-7 in our weekly 45-minute Beginner classes. Opportunities to lead chamber, jazz, rock, and/or other types of ensembles may also be available either later in the school year or in subsequent years. Please note: this is an in-person position. PRIMARY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional Indian Hill Music programs to enhance their musical development, their commitment to their studies, and the joy they receive from making music with others. Indian Hill offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Regular weekly teaching throughout the school year is required, as is attendance at an annual faculty meeting in the fall and the completion of occasional administrative tasks, including timely and responsive communication by phone and email. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Ideal candidates should have a degree in music as well as a minimum of three years of teaching experience, and must be comfortable working with students of all ages and ability/experience levels on both guitar and ukulele. Group teaching experience is a plus. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required - Must be able to inspire and motivate students to deepen their investments in their music studies. - Strong verbal and written communication skills, and a willingness to proactively communicate with student families and our staff, is required. HOW TO APPLY Compensation depends upon the selected candidate’s experience, skill set, and what they bring to the position. Please submit a cover letter and resume to Pete Robbins, Director of Education and Non-Orchestral Performance Programming, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org by Friday, June 3. ABOUT INDIAN HILL MUSIC (SOON TO BE GROTON HILL MUSIC CENTER) Now in its 38th year, Indian Hill Music is a thriving regional non-profit center for music education, performance, and community outreach. One of only a few organizations in the U.S. that combines a community music school, professional symphony orchestra, diverse concert series, and high- impact music philanthropy, Indian Hill Music currently serves 79 communities in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. We believe that music inspires both our hearts and minds, encourages the growth of the whole person, and is integral to the lives of everyone we serve. Our mission is to share the transformative power of music, through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need. Groton Hill Music Center will include: a 1,000-seat concert hall; a 300-seat performance hall; 35 rehearsal, teaching, ensemble, and community spaces; state-of-the-art acoustics; dynamic architecture; and lawn seating for outdoor concerts. Groton Hill Music will become a regional gathering place for the highest quality music education programs and professional performances of all genres. Non-Discrimination Policy: Indian Hill Music does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, hiring practices, or employment policies.
FT NULL Indian Hill Music Littleton MA Pete Robbins probbins@indianhillmusic.org 2022-05-16 2022-06-10
1810 Middle School Orchestra and Strings Teacher Responsibilities 1. Instruct/ rehearse string orchestras for Andover’s thr... more
Responsibilities 1. Instruct/ rehearse string orchestras for Andover’s three middle schools. 2. Instruct weekly string lessons as assigned Andover’s elementary schools. 3. Work with other music teachers to coordinate curriculum, events and concerts. 4. Conduct orchestras for performances, in and out of the school day, throughout the school year. 5. Instruct general music classes if needed 6. Position requires transportation between buildings during the school day. 7. All other required duties as requested. Qualifications 1. Massachusetts certification, Music (General, Instrumental, Choral) K-12. 2. Training and/ or academic course work in instrumental music education. 3. Previous elementary and middle school teaching preferred. 4. Functional proficiency on all stringed instruments (violin, viola, cello and bass). 5. Highly proficient on at least one orchestral stringed instrument (violin, viola, cello or bass). 6. Positive, energetic, and flexible approach to a process-based and inclusive style of instruction/ rehearsal. Supplemental Information Andover Public Schools (APS) seeks candidates who embody our ethos, which includes valuing the identities of all students, high expectations for all students, teaching excellence, collaboration, innovation, respect, and responsibility. APS is committed to hiring and supporting a racially and ethnically diverse faculty and staff. Racially and ethnically diverse teachers produce a myriad of positive outcomes for all students, especially the most historically marginalized students.
FT NULL Multiple Andover MA Sean Walsh sean.walsh@andoverma.us 2022-05-16 2022-06-03
1809 K-4 Music Teacher The Belmont Public Schools are seeking an enthusiastic music educator to te... more
The Belmont Public Schools are seeking an enthusiastic music educator to teach grades K-4 at the Winn Brook School. Our music program incorporates a wide variety of pedagogical approaches, so we are interested in meeting and interviewing educators from all musical backgrounds for this position. As our school district embarks on a grade reconfiguration over the next two years, a music educator with a diverse set of skills as a classroom music teacher as well as in instrumental music would be an ideal fit for our needs. Belmont is a diverse community located right next door to Cambridge and just a few miles from downtown Boston. Families in our school community come to us from all around the globe. Our school district is committed to hiring faculty members who reflect the diversity of our student body. Applicants should apply online at https://www.belmont.k12.ma.us/bps/Home/Human-Resources/Employment-Opportunities
FT NULL Winn Brook Belmont MA Arto Asadoorian, Director of Visual & Performing Arts aasadoorian@belmontschools.net 2022-05-16 2022-07-30
1808 Percussion Instructor In the fall, this position would be responsible for collaborating with the ... more
In the fall, this position would be responsible for collaborating with the Marching Band Staff to arrange music for and instruct the students in the Front Ensemble. Beginning in July, the rehearsal schedule is 2x weekly on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6:00PM - 8:30PM, continuing through mid August. Band Camp is scheduled for August 9-19 (Week 1 in the evening 6PM - 9PM; Week 2 9AM - 4PM). The SHS Band currently competes in the NESBA, MICCA, and US Bands Circuits and also performs at home football games and local parades. In the Winter, this position would serve as the front ensemble coordinator, working with the director of the Indoor Percussion Ensemble to arrange and teach the mallets and auxiliary percussion sections. The rehearsal schedule is similar to that of the marching band percussion position. Stipends are $2,200 per season. All interested applicants should submit an application and resume to cnapierkowski@salemk12.org. If you have a teaching video or a video of a recent group you have worked with and/or arrangement designs, please send that as well.
NULL PT Salem High School Salem MA Cynthia Napierkowski cnapierkowski@salemk12.org 2022-05-14 2022-06-01
1807 Marching Band Drill Instructor The SHS Band currently competes in the NESBA, MICCA, and US Bands Circuits ... more
The SHS Band currently competes in the NESBA, MICCA, and US Bands Circuits and also performs at home football games and local parades. This position would be responsible for collaborating with the Marching Band Staff to assist with the design and instruction of visual elements of the competitive marching band show including marching technique, choreography, drill instruction, and other duties as assigned by the director. Band Camp drill rehearsals are scheduled for August 10 (New Students Marching Basics), August 12 (Drill), and August 15-19. Rehearsals continue throughout the fall on Tuesdays and Thursdays nights and Saturdays. The stipend for the fall season is $2,200. All interested applicants should submit an application and resume to cnapierkowski@salemk12.org. If you have a teaching video or a video of a recent group you have worked with, please send that as well.
NULL PT Salem High School Salem MA Cynthia Napierkowski cnapierkowski@salemk12.org 2022-05-14 2022-06-01
1806 .7 music teacher Duxbury Public Schools is seeking a highly qualified certified Music teache... more
Duxbury Public Schools is seeking a highly qualified certified Music teacher to co-teach instrumental ensembles at the middle school and high school level. This position will also include some high school electives such as piano lab and some middle school/elementary instrumental lessons.
NULL PT Duxbury High School/Duxbury Middle School Duxbury MA Jill Noerenberg jnoerenberg@duxbury.k12.ma.us 2022-05-13 2022-05-13