||Adjunct Voice Instructor
Concord Academy, an independent, co-educational boarding and day high school renowned for its world-class faculty, passionate students, and graduates who make their mark on the world, seeks an adjunct voice instructor for the 2022–23 academic year.
Founded in 1922, Concord Academy has long balanced high academic standards with a focus on educating the whole student through academics, the arts, athletics, and cultural opportunities. Self-expression, storytelling, and careful listening are hallmarks of the Concord Academy experience.
We actively seek applicants who reflect and support our mission-driven commitment to creating and maintaining a diverse and equitable school community. Successful candidates will demonstrate a strong desire to incorporate inclusive teaching practices and advance the tenets of the school's mission.
Concord Academy Mission Statement
We are a community animated by love of learning,
diverse and striving for equity,
with common trust as our foundation.
Honoring each individual, we challenge and expand
our understanding of ourselves and the world
through purposeful collaboration and creative engagement.
We cultivate empathy, integrity, and responsibility
to build a more just and sustainable future.
The school seeks an adjunct voice instructor to teach one-on-one voice lessons as part of its Individual Music Instruction (IMI) program. Students elect weekly lessons of 40 or 60 minutes for the duration of the school year. These lessons are scheduled during the academic school day during mutual free time between the teacher and student. Occasionally, lessons may be conducted before or after school, as needed. The school currently enrolls between 30–40 voice students each year distributed among multiple voice faculty.
The successful candidate will be an experienced pedagogue with a degree in voice performance and/or pedagogy, along with a demonstrated history of successful teaching and performance. Candidates should be comfortable working with students at all levels who are interested in a variety of musical styles ranging from classical art song and arias, to traditional and contemporary musical theater, as well as popular styles (including mic technique). The ability to teach students who self-accompany on piano, guitar, ukulele, etc. is particularly desirable. Additional responsibilities may include teaching a group voice class and coaching an ensemble.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates are asked to send a cover letter and resume via our hiring portal no later than May 16th. Cover letters should be addressed to Justin Bull, interim Dean of Faculty. If the posted deadline has passed, please email email@example.com to inquire about the status of the search prior to applying
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