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View496Organist/Choir DirectorOld South Union Church, S. Weymouth, Mass; Organist and Choir Director; Pa...more
Old South Union Church, S. Weymouth, Mass; Organist and Choir Director; Part-Time employment 10-12 hours per week; Candidate should have knowledge of choral and organ literature of many styles; be an advanced performer on organ and piano; coordinate music with ministers and church calendar; Organ is Austin Organ, Opus 2739 (1990)with three manuels, 31 ranks, and antiphonal stops; Salary commensurate with education and experience.
NULLPTS. WeymouthMassachusettsA. Douglas Wauchope2017-06-232017-12-31
View495String Lesson TeacherDedham School of Music, in cooperation with the Dedham Public Schools, is s...more
Dedham School of Music, in cooperation with the Dedham Public Schools, is seeking an after-school string teacher for their elementary lesson program. This person would teach violin and viola group lessons to 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students up to four afternoons a week, typically from 3 to 5:15. Past experience teaching beginner and second year players in a group setting. Proficiency on string instruments, and some knowledge of appropriate programming for developing orchestra students. Send application info to: Jeff Bolduc, Director of Fine Arts at: jbolduc@dedham.k12.ma.us.
NULLPTDedham Public SchoolsDedhamMassachusetts (MA)Jeff Bolducjbolduc@dedham.k12.ma.us2016-06-232016-07-22
View494Woodwind TeacherDedham School of Music, in cooperation with the Dedham Public Schools, is s...more
Dedham School of Music, in cooperation with the Dedham Public Schools, is seeking an after-school woodwind teacher for their elementary band program. This person would teach flute, clarinet, and potentially saxophone group lessons to 4th and 5th grade students up to four afternoons a week, typically from 3 to 5:15. Requirements: Past experience teaching beginner and second year players in a group setting. Proficiency on woodwind instruments, and some knowledge of appropriate programming for developing band students. Email application info (letter of interest and resume) to: jbolduc@dedham.k12.ma.us
NULLPTDedham Public SchoolsDedhamMassachusetts (MA)Jeff Bolducjbolduc@dedham.k12.ma.us2016-06-232016-07-22
View493Elementary Band Teacher (.6)The Westford Public Schools are seeking a Grade 4 and 5 Elementary Band Tea...more
The Westford Public Schools are seeking a Grade 4 and 5 Elementary Band Teacher (.6). The position is full days Wednesday-Friday. Duties include teaching pull-out mixed instrumentation lessons which are taught weekly in addition to weekly band rehearsals. Preferred candidates should have a degree in music education with concentration in instrumental music (band). Candidates must be certified to teach music in Massachusetts. Please don't hesitate emailing me for additional information.
NULLPTAbbot, Crisafulli, and Day Elementary SchoolsWestford MAAndrea Mejia, K-12 Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum Coordinatoramejia@westfordk12.us2016-06-222016-07-13
View492Middle School General music: Orff CertificationCan you develop a middle school general music Orff based program? Can you e...more
Can you develop a middle school general music Orff based program? Can you engage students of all abilities in creating, performing and collaborating? Email your C.V. or resume and apply for our general music position in the Worcester Public Schools
FTNULLWorcester Public SchoolsWorcesterMALisa Leach, Performing Arts Liaisonleachl@worc.k12.ma.us2016-06-222016-08-24
View491Elementary General MusicFull and part time positions available in the Worcester Public Schools. Mu...more
Full and part time positions available in the Worcester Public Schools. Must be at ease in an urban public school system and believe in the power of student engagement in the arts. Must be certified in MA. Enjoy quality professional development and a team of teacher learners that support and collaborate.
FTNULLWorcester Public SchoolsWorcesterMALisa Leachleachl@worc.k12.ma.us2016-06-222016-08-23
View490Staff Accompanist - South Shore Children's ChorusAccompanist The South Shore Children’s Chorus seeks to hire a part-time ...more
Accompanist The South Shore Children’s Chorus seeks to hire a part-time accompanist for rehearsals and performances. The accompanist will work closely with Founding Directors Kirsten Shetler and Carey Shunskis during these rehearsals and is expected to make a full commitment to the season calendar. If the accompanist is unable to attend a rehearsal or concert he/she must find a qualified substitute. Responsibilities: Accompany 5 rehearsal hours a week: Advanced Choir: Sundays 6pm-8pm (South Shore location TBD) Intermediate Choir: Wednesdays 4:30pm-5:45pm at Braintree High School Concert Choir: Wednesdays 6pm-7:30pm at Braintree High School Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to all rehearsals and performance call times, set up piano, stay until the conclusion of each rehearsal and performance. Be prepared to play all choral parts and piano accompaniments before rehearsal. Find qualified substitute accompanist for any rehearsal or concert absences. Accompany Early Years and Training Choirs (younger SSCC ensembles) in performances. Must have own transportation. The Accompanist reports directly to the Founding Directors, Kirsten Shetler and Carey Shunskis. Qualifications: Bachelors degree in Music, piano degree preferred Excellent piano skills (additional organ skills preferred but not necessary) 2-3 years experience accompanying choral rehearsals and performances Ability to play choral parts in addition to written accompaniment Excellent sight reading skills Ability to work under the direction of a conductor Ability to and interest in working with young voices (grades 3-12) Pay: $40/hr The accompanist position will be paid $40 per hour for rehearsals and a stipend for performances (TBD, negotiable). How to Apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and list of references to Carey Shunskis cshunskis@southshorechildrenschorus.com by July 5, 2016. South Shore Children’s Chorus Mission: The mission of the South Shore Children’s Chorus is to provide quality musical education and vocal training to students living in the South Shore communities and beyond. SSCC keeps the development and well-being of our students as our top priority, and aims to create a safe space and loving community for choristers to learn, to grow, and to find their own voice. SSCC welcomes singers ages 4-18 who are dedicated, responsible, and interested in receiving a well-rounded choral education. The SSCC is passionate about offering the experience of being a chorister to any student, regardless of financial situation.
NULLPTSouth Shore Children's ChorusBraintreeMAcshunskis@southshorechildrenschorus.com2016-06-192016-07-29
View489Program Manager - South Shore Children's ChorusProgram Manager The South Shore Children’s Chorus seeks to hire a part-t...more
Program Manager The South Shore Children’s Chorus seeks to hire a part-time Program Manager to attend all SSCC rehearsals, performances, and functions. The Program Manager will work closely with directors Kirsten Shetler, Carey Shunskis, and Kelly Graeber during these rehearsals and is expected to make a full commitment to the season calendar. Responsibilities: Attend rehearsals 6.5 hours per week: Advanced Choir: Sundays 6pm-8pm (South Shore location TBD) Early Years & Training Choir: Tuesdays 4pm – 6pm (Braintree High School) Intermediate & Concert Choir: Wednesdays 4:30pm – 7pm (Braintree High School) Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to all rehearsals and performance call times. Mark attendance at every rehearsal, keeping track of each chorister’s excused or unexcused absences SSCC family first point of contact for scheduling/attendance questions or issues Send out weekly newsletter to families about upcoming events, news, notices, and information Manage rehearsals by aiding directors in set-up and break-down, and ensuring all materials needed are accounted for Collect family tuition payments, and update them on current account balances Spend 1-3 hours per week answering SSCC family questions via e-mail/phone Communicate concert dress to parents, ensuring that each chorister has appropriate dress before any performance Must have reliable transportation. The Program Manager reports directly to the Founding Directors, Kirsten Shetler and Carey Shunskis. Qualifications: Bachelors degree in Music, Business, or Arts Administration preferred Interest in Music/Arts/Education preferred 2-3 years experience working closely in an organizational management position, preferably with a non-profit organization Excellent oral and written communication skills required Professional demeanor Ability to organize and manage several tasks Excellent and consistent reliability and timeliness required Strong attention to detail Pay: $20/hr, approx 12-15 hours per week, September – June The Program Manager will be paid $20 per hour for rehearsals and outside work, and reports hours to Founding Director Kirsten Shetler. Please note: rehearsal vacations coincide with the Braintree Public Schools calendar. How to Apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and list of references to Kirsten Shetler, kshetler@southshorechildrenschorus.com by July 5, 2016. South Shore Children’s Chorus Mission: The mission of the South Shore Children’s Chorus is to provide quality musical education and vocal training to students living in the South Shore communities and beyond. SSCC keeps the development and well-being of our students as our top priority, and aims to create a safe space and loving community for choristers to learn, to grow, and to find their own voice. SSCC welcomes singers ages 4-18 who are dedicated, responsible, and interested in receiving a well-rounded choral education. The SSCC is passionate about offering the experience of being a chorister to any student, regardless of financial situation.
NULLPTSouth Shore Children's ChorusBraintreeMAKirsten Shetlerkshetler@southshorechildrenschorus.com2016-06-192016-07-30
View488High School Band Director/ Middle School and Elemntary BandThe Somerville Public Schools Music Department is currently seeking a full ...more
The Somerville Public Schools Music Department is currently seeking a full time Band Instrument Instructor/ High School Band Director for our award winning instrumental program. Potential candidates will possess the ability to inspire all students to gain proficiency in instrumental music while cultivating an atmosphere of inclusiveness and vibrancy. Teaching responsibilities will include: beginning band instruction for grades 4-6, middle school band instruction, high school marching and concert band recruitment, retention and instruction, and the musical directorship of our annual high school musical. Candidates will have experience working in a diverse and multi-cultural environment and have documented experience in building and maintaining a band program in a diverse and urban district. For further information, please contact Richard Saunders, Director of Music for the Somerville Public Schools: rsaunders@k12.somerville.ma.us
FTNULLSomerville Public SchoolsSomervilleMARichard G. Saundersrsaunders@k12.somerville.ma.us2016-06-182016-08-20
View487Private Teacher - String BassShrewsbury Instrumental Lesson Program - after school private instruction f...more
Shrewsbury Instrumental Lesson Program - after school private instruction for members of the SPS Orchestras and Jazz Ensembles. Some possible electric bass for jazz band members, but emphasis on acoustic string bass for orchestra members.
NULLPTShrewsbury Public SchoolsShrewsburyMassachusetts (MA)Tom O'Toole, Director of Performing Artstotoole@shrewsbury.k12.ma.us2016-06-172016-09-05
View4861.0 FTE Band/Instrumental Teacher - Brimfield/Brookfield Elementary SchoolsFull time position for a Band/Instrumental Teacher for Grades 4-6. Duties ...more
Full time position for a Band/Instrumental Teacher for Grades 4-6. Duties include weekly band and sectional rehearsals. Introduction of new students to the band program. Music Education degree with a concentration in instrumental music preferred. Please go to schoolspring.com to apply (Job ID 2672141). Go to tantasqua.org for details.
FTNULLBrimfield and Brookfield Elementary SchoolsBrimfield and BrookfieldMassachusettsKathleen Hosterman, Principal, Brookfield Elementaryhostermank@tantasqua.org2016-06-172016-06-24
View485Wayland .8 FTE Elementary Strings/General Music.35 elementary strings and .45 elementary general music opening. The gener...more
.35 elementary strings and .45 elementary general music opening. The general music covers Loker Elementary School in Wayland, grades K-5. There is also stipended chorus and 5th grade play/musical. The strings classes are throughout the 3 elementary schools (all in close proximity). Strong string and piano performance required. State certification required. Apply through: SchoolSpring.com
NULLPTLoker School, Wayland elementary schoolsWaylandMASusan Memoli, Director of Fine ArtsSusan_Memoli@Wayland.k12.ma.us2016-06-162016-07-29
View484High School Vocal Music TeacherMUSIC TEACHER & CHORAL DIRECTOR POSITION at Andover High School. Responsib...more
MUSIC TEACHER & CHORAL DIRECTOR POSITION at Andover High School. Responsibilities include teaching concert choir, chamber choir, music production, and music theory classes. Established after-school show choir that has its own stipends beyond 1.0 FTE. Online application.
FTNULLAndover High SchoolAndoverMADirector of Human Resources, Candace Hll2016-06-162016-06-28
View483General Music & Chorus Teacher, Visual and Performing Arts - Putnam Avenue Upper SchoolPlease apply for this job here: http://www.cpsd.us/departments/careers T...more
Please apply for this job here: http://www.cpsd.us/departments/careers The General Music and Chorus teacher will teach grades 6-8 General Music and Chorus classes in a diverse middle school and be responsible to the principal and the Coordinator of the Visual and Performing Arts Department (VPA). The candidate should be able to accompany students on piano, direct choruses of middle school students and teach an engaging general music curriculum. The candidate will be expected to work successfully and collaboratively with classroom teachers and other VPA staff. The teacher will work collaboratively with the Band and Strings teachers at the school in developing school ensembles and presenting concerts. Candidates must possess excellent classroom management skills, use appropriate authentic assessment strategies to monitor student progress, and have the ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners. The selected candidate must be computer literate, organized, able to responsibly meet professional obligations, willing to participate in school, district, and state level music performances, contribute to department and school-wide curricular projects and other initiatives, and be able to steward the careful use of supplies, equipment, and teaching resources.
FTNULLPutnam Avenue Upper SchoolCambridgeMABrian Gellersteinbgellerstein@cpsd.us2016-06-142016-06-18
View482Grade 5-8 Band DirectorThe Mendon-Upton Regional School District is looking for a Middle School Ba...more
The Mendon-Upton Regional School District is looking for a Middle School Band Director to teach: 7th & 8th Grade Band, Two Jazz Bands, co-teach 5th Grade Band and is also responsible for teaching small group lessons for 5th and 6th grade.
FTNULLMiscoe Hill Middle SchoolMendonMaAnn Meyerameyer@mursd.org2016-06-132016-06-20
View480Student Services CoordinatorMUST APPLY THROUGH THE NEC CAREER WEBSITE: http://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj04/a...more
MUST APPLY THROUGH THE NEC CAREER WEBSITE: http://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj04/ats/careers/jobSearch.jsp?org=NEWENGLC&cws=1 JOB SUMMARY: The School of Continuing Education (SCE), the community extension division of New England Conservatory, serves a population of 250 students ages 18 and up. The SCE Student Services Coordinator is a warm and outgoing person who plays a key role in the enrollment of, management of, and communication to the SCE student population. This position provides the SCE department staff with clerical support and management of its student records in regards to the certificate programs and non-credit offerings. This position also provides responsive and effective sales-oriented customer service support and responds to inquiries by telephone, e-mail, and in person, and assists in the resolution of problems, referring to others as needed. This person will develop systems and procedures used in order to increase the efficiency and productivity of the department, and continually raise the level of customer service offered through maintaining strong student and faculty relationships. Other duties include, but are not limited to: scheduling of student advising meetings, audition placements, producing concert programs, fliers and forms, general maintenance of CE department website, and contributes to the development of social media content. Willingness to work some evenings and weekends as necessary. This work involves activities and regular contact with all levels within the Conservatory and outside constituencies, as well as participates in management decisions. ESSENTIAL FUCTIONS: 1. Provide responsive, effective, sales-oriented front-line customer support. - Serve as the first point of contact for the SCE Dept. - Receive and respond to inquiries from students and faculty, staff and prospective students by e-mail, telephone, and in person - Contact appropriate staff member(s) and assist visitors and customers (students, faculty, and staff) and potential customers as needed - Develop customer-centric communications, administrative processes and procedures to ensure SCE delivers high quality customer service to students, faculty and staff - Update SCE website as needed with student-related information regarding recitals, workshops, performances - Communicate student benefits (Symphony Pass, T-Pass, etc.) - Potential availability for representing SCE at College Fairs 2. Assist with the preparation, production and distribution of publications and mailings, including: - Marketing and Recruiting Materials - All concert programs (faculty, studio, ensemble, student recital/concerts) - Fliers - Forms - SCE Website Concert and Calendar Information - End-of-year Certificates - Letters and other correspondences, e.g.: A. Registration Confirmations B. Evaluations 3. Assist with Data Entry/Student Registration - Assist in keeping student computer records (e.g., addresses, demographics, schedules, and registration) updated and accurate using current online student information system - Assist in keeping the SCE website content current including concert and calendar information 4. Assist with Social Media Content - Be actively involved in the creation of appropriate content for various social media outlets 5. Other duties as assigned
FTNULLNew England Conservatory of MusicBostonMassachusettsMollie Stearns2016-06-082016-06-30
View479Percussion InstructorQUALIFICATIONS: Experience instructing students in marching, maneuvers, an...more
QUALIFICATIONS: Experience instructing students in marching, maneuvers, and performing in a competitive percussion/color guard program. Knowledge and expertise with all percussion instruments, particularly drums. Demonstrated interest and aptitude for performing the responsibilities required. Ability to supervise the activity. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent of Schools may deem appropriate and acceptable. RESPONSIBILITIES: Organize the activity effectively, to encourage student enthusiasm. Be responsible for safety of the members of the activity. Encourage a cooperative attitude and positive approach to the activity. Direct 1-2 rehearsals per week. Work closely with the color guard/band front director and band director to create a competitive fall marching band show. Attend most competitions, home football games, and assist with band camp. Work with color guard/band front director to create shows for the inter percussion/winter guard programs during the winter term. Maintain and secure all inventory at the end of the season. Submit an end-of-the-year report to the responsible administrator detailing the activities of the year. Such other responsibilities as may be assigned.
NULLPTFalmouth High SchoolFalmouthMAFalmouth Public Schoolsgdeluca@falmouth.k12.ma.us2016-06-072016-06-17
View4789-12 Choral Music TeacherQualifications: Massachusetts licensure in secondary school music. Bachel...more
Qualifications: Massachusetts licensure in secondary school music. Bachelor's degree or higher required with concentration in Music Education. Must be proficient on piano and music technology software usage. (Finale, GarageBand) Such other alternatives as the Superintendent may deem acceptable and appropriate Responsibilities. Responsibilities: Organize and conduct high school concerts. Teach Choir, Repertory Singers, Music Technology, Music Theory and Piano. Promote and organize local high school student applications for district and state music education festivals. Implement a variety of teaching techniques to ensure student achievement and engagement. Develop and implement curriculum objectives based on the learning standards of the curriculum frameworks. Maintain all attendance and grade records. Accept supervision and guidance from the Fine Arts Department Head and Music Curriculum Coordinator and building administrators. Facilitating and managing the biannual all-school musical. Planning for and implementing biannual chorus trips. Using formative and summative assessments to evaluate students. Attend meetings and working as a liaison with the parent Booster group and assisting with fundraisers as needed. Managing the content on platforms for communication and community relations, such as the chorus website and social media outlets. Participating in the Cape Cod Music Educators Association, and maintaining the All-Cape choral library. Continue to grow in the position through attendance at meetings, conferences, and seminars, through readings in professional literature and through enrollment in college or university courses. Such other responsibilities as may from time to time be assigned by the Principal and/or Fine Arts Department Head. Salary: In accordance with teachers' contract.
FTNULLFalmouth High SchoolFalmouthMAFalmouth Public Schoolsgdeluca@falmouth.k12.ma.us2016-06-072016-06-17
View477Long Term Instrumental Music Gr. 4-6 (August-December 2016)This is a temporary position from August 24 to December 23, 2016. Direct...more
This is a temporary position from August 24 to December 23, 2016. Direct and manage the instrumental music program in grades 4-6 Schedule and teach small group lessons for grades 4-6 Conduct weekly band rehearsals Experienced and knowledgeable in woodwind, brass, and percussion techniques Perform in December concert Also teach some general music classes Please apply on School Spring
FTNULLMillbury Street Elementary SchoolGraftonMAwww.schoolspring.com/employer/jobs/job.cfm?j_id=26660912016-06-062016-06-06
View470High School Choral DirectorThe Mendon-Upton Regional School District is looking for a Full Time High S...more
The Mendon-Upton Regional School District is looking for a Full Time High School Choral Teacher. They would be responsible for Concert Choir, Vocal Ensemble, Keyboard/Theory classes, after school A Cappella groups and musical Theater.
FTNULLNipmuc Regional High SchoolUptonMaJohn Clementsjclements@mursd.org 2016-06-062016-06-16
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