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View701Piano Instructor Opportunities - Andover / BurlingtonThe Real School of Music is seeking world-class piano instructors to join t...more
The Real School of Music is seeking world-class piano instructors to join the faculty of our Andover and Burlington locations. Real School, an innovative, growth-oriented leader in private musical instrument instruction, represents much more than weekly music lessons. Real School has been described as being like a "health club for musicians" - where students of all ages belong to a living, breathing music education and performing arts community. We are looking for experienced piano instructors - for a minimum of 3-4 days/eves per week, which would include availability on Saturday. (Monday, Wednesday & Saturday specifically for our Andover location.) Please visit our website Employment page for more about Real School and position requirements: http://www.therealschoolofmusic.com/music-teaching-jobs If you want the security and benefits of being an employee with a career path, and if you want to become part of an elite team shaping the future of music education, please upload your personalized cover letter and resume directly to this link: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form?EQBCT=7775aef0779f43e7a494352222f89357 ~Principals only. Recruiters, please do not contact this job poster. ~Please, no phone calls about this job! ~Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.
NULLPTThe Real School of MusicAndover and BurlingtonMAcareers@careers@therealschoolofmusic.com2017-06-192017-10-23
View564Spanish Speaking Guitar TeacherThe GoLingo afterschool program is looking for a guitar teacher to provide ...more
The GoLingo afterschool program is looking for a guitar teacher to provide small group lessons and accompany students as they learn new songs in Spanish. There is opportunity to expand this role and its associated hours if you are interested in serving as a general staff member of the program as well. Pay starts at $20 per hour, public transportation accessible (we can provide rides from Alewife station or bus stops).
NULLPTBrackett Elementary SchoolArlingtonMAMiriammiriam@golingo.org2016-09-012017-09-01
View696Director of MusicCongregation seeking an experienced/trained organist and choirmaster for Su...more
Congregation seeking an experienced/trained organist and choirmaster for Sunday and special worships. Single Sunday service at 10:15AM, adult choir (rehearses one mid-week evening and briefly before worship) and children’s choir (rehearses Sunday mornings between 9:15AM-9:35AM). Gress-Miles pipe organ with electronic augments, Steinway-upright and Everett baby grand in the nave. First-refusal for weddings and funerals. Salary commensurate with experience.
NULLPTBethel Lutheran Church (ELCA)AuburnMAThe Rev. Andrew Bordenpastor_andrew.b@verizon.net2017-06-122017-09-29
View758Bass Instructor (Part-time)Powers Music School is seeking an experienced part-time upright bass teache...more
Powers Music School is seeking an experienced part-time upright bass teacher for Fall 2017. The ideal candidate will have the ability to teach students of all ages and experience levels. Powers faculty members are expected to encourage their students to participate in recitals, ensembles, and other course offerings. Requirements: Experience working with students of all ages Ability to teach multiple styles, including classical and jazz Communicate effectively with students and parents Master’s degree (performance / education) or equivalent teaching experience. Salary: Based on experience To Apply: Send resume and 3 references by email to dacsadi@powersmusic.org Dr. Daniel Acsadi Director of Music Powers Music School PO Box 398, Belmont, MA 02478
NULLPTPowers Music SchoolBelmontMADr. Daniel Acsadidacsasdi@powersmusic.org2017-08-042017-08-18
View669String Orchestra DirectorCommitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2016: Septembe...more
Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2016: September 11th – December 19th (no classes Nov. 22-24) Spring 2017: January 8th – June 15th (no classes Feb. 19-23 and Apr. 16-20) Compensation: Part-time salary (no benefits), exact amount is dependent upon experience Organization Description: The mission of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program (JQOP) is to ensure the long-term musical and social success of all students, and to positively impact them and their families, through quality education and performance. JQOP is inspired by El Sistema, the Venezuelan program that uses intensive, joyful, and ensemble-based music instruction as a vehicle for social change. In the 2017-18 school year, JQOP will serve 200 students in eight ensembles, including six string orchestras of various levels (beginner to advanced). All rehearsals take place before the school day begins at Josiah Quincy Elementary School in Chinatown. For more information, visit www.jqop.org. Position Description: The String Orchestra Director will lead one of JQOP’s six string ensembles. Each orchestra is comprised of students with a specific playing level, from beginners (1-2 years) to advanced (5-6 years). Rehearsals take place every weekday morning from 8:00-9:20. The String Orchestra Director will follow the JQOP Curriculum and work in collaboration with Support Teaching Artists to select repertoire, plan daily lessons, prepare for concerts, and ensure that students learn appropriate strings technique, music theory, and orchestra culture. Additionally, as JQOP equally supports social development and musical growth, the String Orchestra Director will ensure that social-emotional skills are developed within the fabric of rehearsals and sectionals, including, but not limited to, leadership, kindness, self-control, and perseverance. The String Orchestra Director will work with all JQOP staff and teachers to ensure the highest quality learning experience for all students. Responsibilities •Lead a string orchestra of 30-40 students in 1st-7th grade (grades dependent on ensemble) •Team teach the following with 1-2 Support Teaching Artists: orchestra repertoire, strings technique, music theory, leadership/mentorship, and social development; context for lessons includes orchestra rehearsals, instrument sectionals, and small-group lessons •Collaborate with administrative staff and Teaching Artists to create a shared curriculum and pedagogy for the orchestra, as well as ensemble goals and evaluation tools for student progress •Attend all staff meetings and professional development opportunities offered through the program •Attend all concerts and community events/performances (gigs) for your ensemble Qualifications •Experience leading youth orchestras & working with young string players in a group setting •Strong knowledge of string pedagogy, repertoire, technique and curriculum development •Strong teaching and classroom management skills, education background/degree preferred •Commitment to El Sistema’s philosophy of social change through music instruction •Passion for teaching and willingness to go above-and-beyond to ensure success for all students •Strong interpersonal, professional, and communication skills If interested, send a cover letter and résumé to Graciela Briceno at gbriceno@jqorchestra.org.
NULLPTJosiah Quincy Orchestra ProgramBostonMAGraciela Bricenogbriceno@jqorchestra.org2017-05-162017-08-01
View739Director of LearningHandel and Haydn Society seeks a Director of Learning responsible for contr...more
Handel and Haydn Society seeks a Director of Learning responsible for contributing to the strategic oversight and administrative, logistical, and planning support for H+H’s portfolio of learning activities for people of all ages. This position has a particular focus on programs reaching youth learners, both in and out of school. Responsibilities: • Coordinate and manage all aspects of the Vocal Arts Program, including the six ensembles for singers ages 8-18, musicianship classes, High School Soloists program, and scholarship awards. Work with the artistic team on season planning to produce concerts, curriculum, and evaluations that meet the goals of the program. Suggest collaborations to enhance the artistic experience for singers and presence of VAP in the community. Lead the recruitment and retention efforts for VAP and contribute to efforts to engage and support families and alumni. • Manage in-school partnership programming. Guide curriculum and execution of all activities, balancing H+H’s priorities and schools’ needs, including scheduling, evaluation, and reporting. Steward existing school relationships and facilitate the introduction of new school partners and activities in support of H+H’s strategic vision. • Provide support for H+H’s learning programming for college students and adults. • In collaboration with VP of Education and Community Engagement, ensure that all learning programs meet the highest professional standards of innovation, quality, relevance, and engagement. Encourage programs that are creative, effective, cutting-edge, responsive, and equitable. Recommend and implement changes and improvements. • Supervise 17-member artistic team for H+H learning activities for young people, including teaching arts and the Vocal Arts Program conductors, musicianship faculty, and accompanists. Manage and mentor the part-time Education Coordinator to be a successful and fulfilled member of the learning and community engagement team. • Act as a liaison with key community partners, including Boston Public Schools, Boston Latin School, New England Conservatory, and the Massachusetts Music Educators Association. • Proactively increase knowledge in topics related to this position, including trends in music education and urban education and the experiences of marginalized and at-risk communities. • Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: • Creative and strategic approach with passion for sharing music with all people and demonstrated experience designing and leading learning opportunities through music. • Knowledge of choral techniques, vocal pedagogy, current trends in music education, the National Core Arts Standards, the Massachusetts Arts Curriculum Framework, and Baroque and Classical repertoire. • Experience working in a public school setting and history of collaborating with children, parents, patrons, and educators. • Bachelor’s degree in music education or equivalent professional experience. Advance degree in a related field preferred. • Leadership and management skills to effectively oversee, mentor, and motivate staff. • Knowledge of Greater Boston’s communities and arts ecosystem. • Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team-oriented environment. • Exceptional communication skills and attention to detail. • Experience collaborating and connecting with historically marginalized communities. • Fluency in Spanish, Chinese, or another language spoken by new Bostonians is desirable. • Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office. • Flexibility to work evenings and/or weekends as required for concerts and events. Availability to attend occasional rehearsals of the Vocal Arts Program on Saturday mornings at Boston Latin School is essential. For more information on Handel and Haydn Society and to apply, visit https://handelandhaydn.org/about/employment/.
FTNULLHandel and Haydn SocietyBostonMAEmily Reedereed@handelandhaydn.org2017-07-082017-08-08
View678Children's Choir DirectorCommitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2016: Septembe...more
Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2016: September 11th – December 19th (no classes Nov. 22-24) Spring 2017: January 8th – June 15th (no classes Feb. 19-23 and Apr. 16-20) Organization Description: The mission of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program (JQOP) is to ensure the long-term musical and social success of all students, and to positively impact them and their families through quality education and performance. JQOP is inspired by El Sistema, the Venezuelan program that uses intensive, joyful, ensemble-based music instruction to help children develop social-emotional skills. In the 2017-18 school year, JQOP will serve 200 students in eight ensembles, including the Children’s Choir. All rehearsals take place before school at Josiah Quincy Elementary School in Chinatown. For more information, visit our website at www.jqop.org. Position Description: The Choir Director will lead a vocal ensemble of 15-20 students in 2nd-5th grade. Choir students are in 2nd-5th grade and have varying levels of singing experience. This position will be supported by a Teaching Artist, who will play piano accompaniment during rehearsals and assist with sectionals. The Choir Director will select repertoire, plan a weekly schedule of rehearsals, sectionals, and small-group lessons, and facilitate student learning of ear training, music notation, and vocal technique. The Choir Director will teach in alignment with JQOP’s curriculum, pedagogy, and El Sistema’s philosophy of musical excellence and social inclusion for all students. All staff will ensure the highest quality learning experience for all students, support each child holistically, and be an active member of the Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program community. Responsibilities ·Lead daily choir rehearsals and sectionals, comprised of 15-20 students in 2nd-5th grade ·Team teach with the Choir Teaching Artist choral repertoire, ear training, vocal technique, and music theory in the context of ensemble rehearsals, sectionals, and small-group lessons ·Collaborate with the Choir Teaching Artist and Program Manager to create a shared curriculum and pedagogy for the choir, as well as ensemble goals and evaluation tools for student progress ·Attend all staff meetings and professional development opportunities offered through the program ·Attend all concerts and community events/performances (gigs) for your ensemble Qualifications ·Music education background/degree preferred ·2+ years experience leading youth choirs & working with young choral students in a group setting ·Strong knowledge of vocal pedagogy, repertoire, technique, and classroom management skills ·Commitment to El Sistema’s philosophy of social change through music instruction ·Passion for teaching and willingness to go above-and-beyond to ensure success for all students ·Flexibility and the capacity to work under frequent observation ·Strong interpersonal, professional, and communication skills If interested, send a cover letter and résumé to Graciela Briceno at gbriceno@jqorchestra.org.
NULLPTJosiah Quincy Orchestra ProgramBostonMAGraciela Bricenogbriceno@jqorchestra.org2017-05-182017-08-01
View672Choir Support Teaching ArtistCommitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2016: Septemb...more
Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2016: September 11th – December 19th (no classes Nov. 22-24) Spring 2017: January 8th – June 15th (no classes Feb. 19-23 and Apr. 16-20) Compensation: Part-time salary (no benefits), exact amount is dependent upon experience Organization Description: The mission of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program (JQOP) is to ensure the long-term musical and social success of all students, and to positively impact them and their families through quality education and performance. JQOP is inspired by El Sistema, the Venezuelan program that uses intensive, joyful, and ensemble-based music instruction to help children develop social-emotional skills. In the 2017-18 school year, JQOP will serve 200 students in eight ensembles, including a Children’s Choir. All rehearsals take place before school at Josiah Quincy Elementary School in Chinatown. For more information, visit www.jqop.org. Position Description: The Choir Support Teaching Artist (TA) will assist the Choir Director by playing piano accompaniment during rehearsals, leading sectionals 2-3 days per week, and teaching small-group lessons. Choir students are in 2nd-5th grade and have varying levels of singing experience. The Choir TA will work in collaboration with the Program Manager and Choir Director to facilitate both ensemble learning and individual progress. The Choir TA will teach in alignment with JQOP’s curriculum, pedagogy, and El Sistema’s philosophy of musical excellence and social inclusion for all students. All staff will ensure the highest quality learning experience for all students, support each child holistically, and be an active member of the Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program community. Responsibilities •Serve as a piano accompanist during Choir rehearsals •Team teach with the Choir Director choral repertoire, ear training, vocal technique, and music theory in the context of ensemble rehearsals, sectionals, and occasional pull-out lessons •Collaborate with the Choir Director and Program Manager to create a shared curriculum and pedagogy for the choir, as well as ensemble goals and evaluation tools for student progress •Attend all staff meetings and professional development opportunities offered through the program •Attend all concerts and community events/performances (gigs) for your ensemble Qualifications •Experience working with young choral students (ages 7-11), preferably in group settings •Knowledge of vocal pedagogy, repertoire, technique, and classroom management skills •Pianist/vocalist preferred (must have intermediate/advanced piano accompaniment skills) •Commitment to El Sistema’s philosophy of social change through music instruction •Passion for teaching and willingness to go above-and-beyond to ensure success for all students •Flexibility and the capacity to work under frequent observation •Strong interpersonal, professional, and communication skills If interested, send a cover letter and résumé to Graciela Briceno at gbriceno@jqorchestra.org.
NULLPTJosiah Quincy Orchestra ProgramBostonMAGraciela Bricenogbriceno@jqorchestra.org2017-05-162017-08-01
View670Strings Support Teaching ArtistCommitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2016: Septemb...more
Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2016: September 11th – December 19th (no classes Nov. 22-24) Spring 2017: January 8th – June 15th (no classes Feb. 19-23 and Apr. 16-20) Compensation: Part-time salary (no benefits), exact amount is dependent upon experience Organization Description: The mission of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program (JQOP) is to ensure the long-term musical and social success of all students, and to positively impact them and their families, through quality education and performance. JQOP is inspired by El Sistema, the Venezuelan program that uses intensive, joyful, and ensemble-based music instruction as a vehicle for social change. In the 2017-18 school year, JQOP will serve 200 students in eight ensembles, including six string orchestras of various levels (beginner to advanced). All rehearsals take place before the school day begins at Josiah Quincy Elementary School in Chinatown. For more information, visit www.jqop.org. Position Description: Support Teaching Artists (TAs) assist the Orchestra Directors with set up, tuning instruments, helping students during rehearsals, and leading instrument sectionals, small-group lessons, and music theory groups. The six string orchestras include students in kindergarten through seventh grade, with various levels of experience ranging from beginner to six years in the program. TAs will be assigned to one ensemble, or support students from multiple ensembles through private and small-group lessons. TAs will work in collaboration with the Program Manager and Ensemble Directors to facilitate both ensemble learning and individual progress. TAs will teach in alignment with JQOP’s curriculum, pedagogy, and El Sistema’s philosophy of musical excellence and social inclusion for all students. All staff will ensure the highest quality learning experience for all students, support each child holistically, and be an active member of the Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program community. Responsibilities •Team teach and support full-orchestra rehearsals of 30-40 students; lead sectionals, music theory groups, and private or small-group lessons as planned by Orchestra Directors; work with students on repertoire, sight-reading, ear-training, string technique, and music theory •Collaborate with administrative staff and fellow Teaching Artists to create a shared curriculum and pedagogy for the orchestra, as well as ensemble goals and evaluation tools for student progress •Attend all staff meetings and professional development opportunities offered through the program •Attend all concerts and community events/performances (gigs) for your ensemble Qualifications •Experience working with young string players, preferably in group settings •Knowledge of string pedagogy, repertoire, technique, as well as classroom management skills •Commitment to El Sistema’s philosophy of social change through music instruction •Passion for teaching and willingness to go above-and-beyond to ensure success for all students •Flexibility and the capacity to work under frequent observation •Strong interpersonal, professional, and communication skills If interested, please send a cover letter and résumé to Graciela Briceno at gbriceno@jqorchestra.org.
NULLPTJosiah Quincy Orchestra ProgramBostonMAGraciela Bricenogbriceno@jqorchestra.org2017-05-162017-08-01
View723Lead Teacher, Music for Students w/ Special NeedsOrganization: The mission of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program is to ensure t...more
Organization: The mission of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program is to ensure the long-term musical and social success of all students, and to positively impact them and their families through quality education and performance. JQOP is inspired by El Sistema, the Venezuelan program that uses intensive, joyful, ensemble-based music instruction to help children develop social-emotional skills. In the 2017-18 school year, JQOP will serve 200 students in eight ensembles before school, and launch the Beethoven Ensemble for Students with Special Needs during the school day. All programming takes place at Josiah Quincy Elementary School in Chinatown. //// Program Description: The El Sistema Special Education Program was started twenty years ago, in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, to ensure that every child could experience the benefits of music education. Today, there are numerous Sistema organizations worldwide that have recreated this program, such as Sistema Scotland, where music teachers use Figurenotes music notation, Skoogmusic, and other technology apps to help children of all abilities create and experience music together. The Beethoven Ensemble of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program will launch in September 2017, with the goal of serving all Special Education students at Josiah Quincy Elementary School. There are eight Special Education classes for students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Each class will receive three 30-minute lessons per week. Scheduling will be dependent on the school schedule and teacher availability. Classroom teachers and paraprofessionals will be present to support the Beethoven Ensemble Lead Music Teacher. As this is a new program, the Lead Music Teacher will work with the JQOP Executive Director to design a curriculum for these classes that is in alignment with El Sistema philosophy and fits the needs of the students. In addition, the Lead Music Teacher, Executive Director, and Special Needs teachers will meet throughout the year to assess the ensemble’s progress. A primary focus of JQOP is using performance opportunities to help children develop a sense of pride and accomplishment. This will be incorporated into the Beethoven Ensemble by having students perform regularly, both as a separate ensemble and alongside morning orchestra/choir groups, including at all three JQOP evening performances and community events. ///// Position Responsibilities: ·Teach 24 thirty-minute group lessons per week (three lessons * 8 classes) to children in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade with various physical and learning disabilities ·In advance of the school year, work with the JQOP Executive Director to plan out a curriculum, ensemble goals, and order necessary teaching supplies/instruments ·Work collaboratively with school Special Education teachers, including monthly check-in meetings with the JQOP Executive Director to assess the ensemble’s progress ·Attend the September JQOP Orientation weekend and professional development opportunities offered through the program as needed ·Attend all concerts and community events for your ensemble ////// Qualifications: 2+ years’ experience teaching music to students with special needs ·Music Education degree preferred; strong knowledge of music education methods, behavior management, curriculum development, and assessment techniques ·Commitment to El Sistema’s philosophy of social change through music instruction ·Willingness to go above-and-beyond to ensure success for all students ·Strong interpersonal, professional, and communication skills ///// If interested, send a cover letter and résumé to Graciela Briceno at gbriceno (at) jqorchestra (dot) org
NULLPTJosiah Quincy Elementary SchoolBostonMAGraciela Bricenogbriceno@jqorchestra.org2017-06-302017-09-11
View740Coordinator of Learning and Community EngagementThe Handel and Haydn Society seeks a Coordinator of Learning and Community ...more
The Handel and Haydn Society seeks a Coordinator of Learning and Community Engagement to support learning and community engagement activities and events, communications, and record keeping. This is an opportunity to join a dynamic, hard-working team with the shared goal of developing and sustaining engaging programming for people of all ages throughout the greater Boston region. This full-time position supervises the Vocal Arts Program activities on Saturdays in Boston and as such the work week for the coordinator includes Saturdays as well as four days in the office between Monday-Friday. Responsibilities: - Supervise the Boston-based Vocal Arts Program (VAP) on Saturday mornings throughout the school year. - Serve as the primary H+H contact for VAP students, families, and alumni. - Provide organizational and supervisory support for all learning and community engagement activities, including concerts, events, lectures, orientations, recitals, rehearsals, and retreats. - Assist with relationship management and ticket reservations for Heartstrings, H+H’s ticket equity program. - Manage the department’s use of the Tessitura database. Maintain accurate records for VAP registration, tuition, ensemble and musicianship rosters, and contact information for students, families, alumni, teachers, Heartstrings partners, and other constituencies. - Manage auditions for the VAP ensembles and the High School Soloists Program. - Coordinate H+H’s scholarship awards application and selection process. - Support H+H’s partnership activities with area universities, particularly those with the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. - In conjunction with the Marketing Department, manage production of all print materials for the department. - Coordinate all aspects of VAP concert attire, music and music folders, and musicianship class materials. - Recruit and supervise Learning and Community Engagement interns and H+H’s MLK Summer Scholars. Serve as the primary H+H supervisor for interns through the MGH Aspire Internship Program and other similar collaborative programs. - Attend meetings of the Board Education Committee and prepare materials for this committee. - Proactively increase knowledge in topics related to this position, including trends in music education and urban education and the experiences of marginalized and at-risk communities. - Provide clerical support for Learning and Community Engagement activities. - Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: - A passion for sharing music with all people. - Minimum of two years experience working in a youth educational setting, including interaction with families. - Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team-oriented environment. - Exceptional communication skills and attention to detail. - Experience collaborating and connecting with historically marginalized communities. - Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society. - Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google applications. Experience with Tessitura is preferred but not required. ? Fluency in Spanish, Chinese, or another language spoken by new Bostonians is desirable. - Knowledge of Greater Boston’s communities and arts ecosystem. - Knowledge of Baroque and Classical music is preferred but not required. - Availability to work in Boston on Saturday mornings from 8:30am–12:30pm September–June is essential. Flexibility to work evenings and/or weekends as required for concerts and events also required. - License to drive, though having personal access to a vehicle is not required For more information on Handel and Haydn Society and to apply, visit https://handelandhaydn.org/about/employment/.
FTNULLHandel and Haydn SocietyBostonMAEmily Reedereed@handelandhaydn.org2017-07-082017-08-08
View742General Music Teaching Artist (Part Time)Summary of Position: This teaching-artist would provide a creative gener...more
Summary of Position: This teaching-artist would provide a creative general music program for elementary school students in Boston Public Schools. Class content will include singing, creative movement, rhythm instrument playing and instruction, recorder instruction and music literacy and appreciation. The music educator selected for this position will be a strong educator and artist who is able to adapt the goals and curriculum of our program to best utilize their own skill specialties, as well as engage the interests and abilities of the students. Applicants should possess a firm command of classroom management skills and the ability to work effectively and enthusiastically with inner-city student populations. Specific schedules will be determined by the applicant’s qualifications and availability. Status: Part-Time Teaching for School Year 2017-2018 Start Date: September 1, 2017-June 30, 2018 Reports to: Director of School Outreach Program Works Closely With: Department Supervisors & Partner School staff Specific Responsibilities: Design and execute weekly lesson plans that engage students with diverse age-appropriate content in a creative manner. Provide challenging, accessible, and motivating repertoire via multiple teaching modalities. Conduct teaching in a manner that reflects the partner school’s philosophy and expectations. Manage student behaviors consistently in a proactive manner that mirrors school protocols. Communicate and coordinate with a team of teaching professionals to create a comprehensive classroom experience for students. Present 2 culminating performances during the school year. Essential Qualifications: Undergraduate degree in Music, Performing Arts, Education or equivalent experience Experience working with the arts, children and education Experience teaching general music education in a classroom setting Demonstrated leadership skills and success working with children Energetic, reliable, independent, and flexible Possesses excellent inter-personal communication skills & the ability to create positive workplace relationships Able to work collaboratively with supervisors, colleagues and school staff Must have a passion for both arts education & working with diverse urban students Application Instructions: Please upload your resume to http://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/36. If also attaching a cover letter, please direct to Lucy Joan Sollogub, Director of School Outreach and Jennifer Rathbun, Community Engagement and Partnership Manager.
NULLPTBostonMAMarie Tai2017-07-122017-08-31
View741Dance Teaching Artist (Part Time) inShare Dance Teaching Artist (Part Time) School Outreach Appl...more
inShare Dance Teaching Artist (Part Time) School Outreach Apply for this Job! Positions 1 Close Date 31 Aug 2017 Summary of Position: The dance teaching-artist will provide a creative dance program for elementary school students in Boston Public Schools. The dance teacher selected for this position will be a strong educator and a versatile artist who is able to adapt the goals and curriculum of our program to best utilize their own skill specialties, as well as engage the interests and abilities of the students. Dance teacher applicants should possess fluency in a variety of dance styles such as creative movement, modern, jazz, lyrical, hip-hop, theatre dance and multi-cultural dance. Applicants should possess a firm command of classroom management skills and the ability to work effectively and enthusiastically with inner-city student populations. Specific schedules will be determined by the applicant’s qualifications and availability. Status: Part-Time Teaching for School Year 2017-2018 Start Date: September 1, 2017-June 30, 2018 Reports to: Director of School Outreach Program Works Closely With: Department Supervisors & Partner School staff Specific Responsibilities: Design and execute weekly lesson plans that engage students with diverse age-appropriate content in a creative manner. Provide challenging, accessible, and motivating choreographies via multiple teaching modalities. Conduct teaching in a manner that reflects the partner school’s philosophy and expectations. Manage student behaviors consistently in a proactive manner that mirrors school protocols. Communicate and coordinate with a team of teaching professionals to create a comprehensive classroom experience for students. Present 1-3 culminating performances during the school year. Essential Qualifications: Undergraduate degree in Dance, Performing Arts, Education or equivalent experience Experience working with the arts, children and education Experience teaching dance in a school classroom setting Demonstrated leadership skills and success working with children Energetic, reliable, independent, and flexible Possesses excellent inter-personal communication skills & the ability to create positive workplace relationships Able to work collaboratively with supervisors, colleagues and school staff Must have a passion for both arts education & working with diverse urban students Application Instructions: Please upload your resume to http://cmcb.mytribehr.com/careers/view/37. If also attaching a cover letter, please direct to Lucy Joan Sollogub, Director of School Outreach and Jennifer Rathbun, Community Engagement and Partnership Manager.
NULLPTBostonMAMarie Tai2017-07-122017-08-31
View559Private Music Lesson Teacher (Piano, Guitar, Voice, Drums, Violin ect..)Learn At Home Music provides in home private lessons to the greater boston ...more
Learn At Home Music provides in home private lessons to the greater boston area. pay is $40 - $60 per hour lesson. 32 lessons per school year. Must have valid state drivers license as well as a mode of transportation Visit us at Learnathomemusic.com
NULLPTBoston, Newton, Wellesley, Brookline, Weston ect...Massachusettsdirector@learnathomemusic.com2016-08-252017-08-25
View692Group Piano Teacher - 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEARBrookline Music School (BMS) seeks a part-time GROUP PIANO TEACHER to teach...more
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a part-time GROUP PIANO TEACHER to teach piano classes on Saturday mornings for children ages 4 and above. The successful applicant will have excellent piano and musical skills, an understanding of child development, and experience with Gordon’s Music Learning Theory. QUALIFICATIONS Brookline Music School seeks an individual with a proven record of teaching early childhood music classes and/or piano who is passionate and committed to growing the BMS group piano program through solid pedagogy. Organizational, communication and interpersonal skills are essential in order to represent the school to our students’ families. An undergraduate degree in music education or a related music field is required; a graduate degree or the equivalent is preferred. TO APPLY Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and a list of references with email and telephone contact information to info@bmsmusic.org with the job title in the subject heading. References should include parents of at least two current or recent students. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Review of applicants will begin immediately.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2017-06-072017-08-01
View716TEACHING ARTIST, PIANO Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano for immediate...more
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano for immediate appointment to teach both during the summer term and the upcoming school year beginning September 2017. At BMS, private piano students range in age from six years to adult. This position will also include frequent accompanying duties at student recitals and events, and may include teaching group classes and coaching chamber music ensembles. Teaching takes place at Kennard House, our main location, with additional instruction in the Brookline Public Schools.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMABrendan Burnsbburns@bmsmusic.org2017-06-242017-08-05
View754TEACHING ARTIST, PIANO Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano for immediate...more
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano for immediate appointment to teach both during the summer term and the upcoming school year beginning September 2017. At BMS, private piano students range in age from six years to adult. This position will also include frequent accompanying duties at student recitals and events, and may include teaching group classes and coaching chamber music ensembles. Teaching takes place at Kennard House, our main location, with additional instruction in the Brookline Public Schools. QUALIFICATIONS Brookline Music School seeks an individual with a proven record of teaching various age groups, and who is passionate and committed to growing a studio through solid pedagogy and recruitment. The ideal candidate will be willing to commit 2-4 teaching days of approximately 5 hours each, and seeking to commit to a minimum of 2 years of teaching. Weekend availability is an asset. Organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential to represent the school to our students and their families. An undergraduate degree in performance is required; a graduate degree or the equivalent—demonstrated through teaching and performing experience—is preferred, as is demonstrated accompanying ability and interest. TO APPLY Candidates should send a cover letter, résumé, and a list of references with email and telephone contact information to info@bmsmusic.org with the job title in the subject heading. Applicants should be prepared to give a teaching demonstration with a BMS student and to perform a repertoire selection. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Review of applicants will begin immediately. ABOUT BROOKLINE MUSIC SCHOOL A private, nonprofit community school for the arts, BMS is the oldest and largest cultural institution in Brookline. Founded in 1924 by the Brookline Public Schools, its original purpose was to enhance school orchestras by providing music lessons after hours on school premises. BMS became a private organization in the 1940s and was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1967. Brookline Music School does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, religion, veteran-status, ancestry, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic. ??
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2017-07-282017-09-15
View753EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER?– 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAREARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER?– 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Brookline Musi...more
EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER?– 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Brookline Music School?(BMS)?seeks a Saturday EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TEACHER to teach music classes for children ages 3 to 7.?The successful applicant will be charismatic, playful, creative, and energetic, with excellent musical skills, an understanding of child development, and experience with Gordon’s Music Learning Theory. The applicant must be practiced in introducing instruments to children and be capable of teaching a beginner ukulele class to first graders. For qualified candidates, applicants may also have opportunities to teach group piano to young children. QUALIFICATIONS? Brookline Music School seeks an individual with a proven record of teaching early childhood music classes who is passionate and committed to growing the early childhood program through solid pedagogy. Organizational, communication and interpersonal skills are essential in order to represent the school to our students’ families. An undergraduate degree in music education or a related music field is required; a graduate degree or the equivalent is preferred. TO APPLY? Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and a list of references with email and telephone contact information to?info@bmsmusic.org with the job title in the subject heading.?References should include parents of at least two current or recent students.?Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Review of applicants will begin immediately.
NULLPTBrookline Music SchoolBrooklineMAinfo@bmsmusic.org2017-07-282017-09-15
View700MUSIC TEACHER, FULL TIME, GRADES 3-8, Visual and Performing Arts DepartmentApply online @ https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2790586 The musi...more
Apply online @ https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2790586 The music teacher will teach grades 6-8 general music classes at the Rindge Avenue Upper School three days per week and Kodaly inspired elementary music to grades 3-5 at the Tobin Montessori School two days per week. The position is responsible to the principals and the Director of the Visual and Performing Arts Department (VPA). Rindge Avenue Upper School is proud of its Performing Arts program and a vibrant general music course is part of that. The candidate should be able to teach an engaging general music curriculum and must have experience designing curricula. The candidate must be comfortable working with colleagues to build and refine a standards based general music curriculum that is relevant to the needs and interests of Rindge Avenue Upper School community. In particular, the candidate needs to be reflective about how to support the Rindge Avenue core values, “reflect, aim high, seek unity, have compassion” through instruction and action. The candidate will be expected to work collaboratively with classroom teachers and other VPA staff at the school and in the district. The Tobin Montessori School is a tight knit community of learners, devoted to integrating the best practices of Montessori philosophy and public education. This highly collaborative school provides an environment where diversity is respected and celebrated. The Tobin School has a strong Kodaly music program in grades K-2. We are looking to carry that early knowledge forward to the upper grades in a twice weekly music class. The candidate should be able to conduct an elementary chorus. Candidates must possess excellent classroom management skills and use appropriate authentic assessment strategies to monitor student progress. They must be culturally proficient and competent in culturally relevant instruction. The candidate must have the ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners and adjust practice to meet the needs of all students. 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. Apply online @ https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2790586
FTNULLRindge Ave Upper and Tobin Montessori SchoolsCambridgeMABrian Gellersteinbgellerstein@cpsd.us2017-06-192017-07-15
View760Preschool/Middle School General Music Teacher .5 FTE QUALIFICATIONS: 1. State licensure as a Music Teacher 2. Bachelor’s or...more
QUALIFICATIONS: 1. State licensure as a Music Teacher 2. Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree or equivalent with a major in Music. 3. Excellent communication skills and capacity to foster cooperative team work 4. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable REPORTS TO: Primary Supervisors: Kurt McPhee, McCarthy Middle School Principal; Amy Matson, Chelmsford Integrated Preschool Coordinator; Secondary Supervisor: Christina Whittlesey, Fine and Performing Arts Department Coordinator. JOB DESCRIPTION: Teaching music to students each day at the Chelmsford Integrated Preschool building and the McCarthy Middle School building (general music). PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Explore movement, the beat, rhythm, singing, and instruments at age appropriate levels. 2. Differentiate for students of varying ability in music class. 3. Collaborate with other CHIPS teachers and administration regarding student performance. 4. Adhere to State and National Music Standards in the music classroom.
NULLPTCHELMSFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLSCHELMSFORDMAChristina Whittleseywhittleseyc@chelmsford.k12.ma.us2017-08-072017-11-30
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