|Actions||Job ID||Job Title||Description||Full Time||Part Time||School||City||State||Contact Person||Expiration Date||Creation Date|
||945||Summer Enrichment Program - 1 Week Music position||Chenery Middle School
Elementary Summer Enrichment Program
Monday-Thursda... more |
Chenery Middle School Elementary Summer Enrichment Program Monday-Thursday: July 23–26 9am – 12pm (4 days each week) Staff hours: 8:30am – 12:30 noon Summer Enrichment Instructors $27.50 per hour (Step 1) 9:00-10:30 "Music Games" general music class for Grades 1-2 10:30-12:00 Improvisation-based general music class for Grades 5-6
|NULL||NULL||Chenery Middle School||Belmont||MA||Katie Kelley, Summer Enrichment Directoremail@example.com||2018-07-20||2018-06-05|
||967||TEACHING ARTIST, PIANO||
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano to begin Su... more |
Brookline Music School (BMS) seeks a Teaching Artist in Piano to begin Summer 2018, and to continue into the 2018-2019 school year and beyond. This position may include accompanying duties at recitals and events, and the opportunity to teach group classes or to coach chamber music ensembles. Private piano students at BMS typically range in age from six years to adult. Teaching takes place at Kennard House, our main location, with additional instruction in the Brookline Public Schools. QUALIFICATIONS The ideal candidate will have a proven record teaching a range of ages and levels, and will be passionate about growing a studio through solid pedagogy, diligent lesson planning, and encouraging students toward performance opportunities and musical experiences beyond private lessons. New faculty teaching schedules range from 2-4 weekly teaching days of approximately 5 hours each during the school year. BMS seeks a minimum 2-year commitment to the faculty. Weekend availability is an asset. Organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential to representing the school to our students and their families. An undergraduate degree in piano performance is required; a graduate degree or the equivalent—demonstrated through teaching and performing experience is preferred. TO APPLY Candidates should send a cover letter, résumé, and a list of references (including at least two current or recent students/parents) with email and telephone contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title in the subject heading. Applicants should be prepared to give a teaching demonstration with one or two BMS students and to perform a short repertoire selection (4-8 minutes). 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.
|NULL||PT||Brookline Music School||Brookline||MAemail@example.com||2018-07-22||2018-06-25|
||981||Full-Time Choral Director (Grades 7-12)||The Roland Hayes Division of Music is seeking an outstanding choral directo... more |
The Roland Hayes Division of Music is seeking an outstanding choral director for grades 7-12. Please apply at https://bostonpublicschools.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=11799.
|FT||NULL||Roland Hayes Division of Music||Boston||MA||Greg Gazzolafirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-07-27||2018-07-13|
||974||High School Music Teacher / Band Director||Instrumental Music Teacher and Band Director
North Middlesex Regional H... more |
Instrumental Music Teacher and Band Director North Middlesex Regional High School, as part of the North Middlesex Regional School District, is seeking a qualified applicant to manage all aspects of the Instrumental Music and Band Program in grades 9 – 12. This includes, but is not limited to Concert Band, Wind Symphony, Piano, Guitar, Music Theory, and Instrumental Techniques. Extra-curricular ensembles include Marching Band, Jazz Band, and Pit Orchestra Director. All Concert Band and Wind Symphony students make up the Pep Band at home football games and also participate annually in the MICCA Concert Festival. The Jazz Band participates in MAJE events, and Marching Band participates in MICCA festivals. Individual students audition for CDMMEA and MMEA festivals. The band director also coordinates the Winter Percussion and Winter Guard programs which participate in the NESBA winter season. The position also requires collaboration with colleagues across the district. Please apply via SchoolSpring.com only: Job #2965373
|FT||NULL||North Middlesex Regional High School||Townsend||Massachusetts||Schoolspring.com||2018-07-30||2018-07-10|
||953||1.0 FTE K-12 Music Teacher||The Lexington Public Schools is dedicated to the goal of building a cultura... more |
The Lexington Public Schools is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse workforce committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages qualified applications from all cultures, races, and backgrounds. Position Title: 1.0 FTE K-12 Music Teacher Reports to: Building Principal(s) and/or Department Head Terms of Employment: 184 day work year. Benefits and salary in accordance with the LEA Unit A collective bargaining agreement. K-12 General Music: Elementary Wind and Percussion Middle General Music and Band Lead HS conduct Symphonic and concert bands Position Responsibilities: Meets and instructs grade K-12 students in Music during assigned class time and in the locations and designated. Plans a program of study that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs, interests and abilities of the students. Creates a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of the students. Prepares for classes assigned and shows written evidence of preparation upon request of immediate superior. Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior. Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and, in harmony with the goals, establishes clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects to communicate these objectives to students. Employs a variety of instructional techniques and instructional media, consistent with the physical limitations of the location provided and the needs and capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved. Strives to implement by instruction and action the district’s philosophy of education and instructional goals and objectives. Assesses the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provides progress reports as required. Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials and facilities. Maintains accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, district policy, and administrative regulation. Assists the administration in implementing all policies and rules governing student life and conduct, and for the classroom, develops reasonable rules of classroom behavior and procedure, and maintains order in the classroom in a fair and just manner. Makes provision for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the instructional day when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms and as outlined in the collective bargaining agreement if applicable. Plans and supervises purposeful assignments for teacher aide(s) and volunteer(s) and, cooperatively with department heads and principals assists in the evaluation of their job performance. Strives to maintain and improve professional competence. Attends staff meetings and serves on staff committees as required. Teaches Music to pupils in a classroom, using the course of study adopted by the School Committee and other appropriate learning activities. Instructs pupils in citizenship and basic subject matter specified in state law and administrative regulations and procedures of the school district. Develops lesson plans and instructional materials and provides individualized and small group instruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each pupil. Translates lesson plans into learning experiences so as to best utilize the available time for instruction. Establishes and maintains standards of pupil behavior needed to achieve a functional learning atmosphere in the classroom. Evaluates pupils’ academic and social growth, keeps appropriate records, and prepares progress reports. Communicates with parents through conferences and other means to discuss pupil’s progress and interpret the school program. Identifies pupil needs and cooperates with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils solve health, attitude, and learning problems. Creates an effective environment for learning through functional and attractive displays, bulletin boards, and interest centers. Maintains professional competence through in-service education activities provided by the district and self-selected professional growth activities. Supervises pupils in out-of-classroom activities during the assigned working day. Administers group standardized tests in accordance with district testing program. Participates in curriculum development programs as required. Participates in faculty committees and the sponsorship of pupil activities. All other duties as assigned. Job Qualifications: Must hold MA DESE licensure in Music at the appropriate level. Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and possess a high level of capability with technology. Must be able to assist in the protection of students and school property, assist the principal in fire and other emergency drills as required by law and School Committee policy. ** Salary schedule attached for 2017-2018 school year; successor agreement being negotiated PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands or arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. Applicants for employment are considered without regard to age, physical, mental or psychiatric disability, genetics, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, or military status. Please apply online at https://phlaptweb20.applitrack.com/lexingtonma/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?FromAdmin=true&AppliTrackJobId=2450. Applications will be considered only when the online application is completed and a cover letter, resume, three (3) letters of recommendation, license and transcripts have been attached to your online application.
|FT||NULL||Lexington Public Schools||Lexington||Massachusettsemail@example.com||2018-07-30||2018-06-14|
||919||Violin/Viola Teacher, after school||The Shrewsbury Instrumental Lesson Program is searching for one or more Vio... more |
The Shrewsbury Instrumental Lesson Program is searching for one or more Violin and viola teachers for the 2018-19 School year. The program currently has over 400 students enrolled and we are seeking to fill at least 50 lessons per week. a description of the program is available at this link https://goo.gl/9kbxTk. To apply for this position, please contact Tom O'Toole, Director of Performing Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a contractor position.
|NULL||PT||Shrewsbury Public Schools||Shrewsbury||MA||Tom O'Tooleemail@example.com||2018-07-31||2018-05-02|
||973||Marching Band Visual/Drill Tech||The Dedham High School Marching Band is looking for a Visual/Drill Tech for... more |
The Dedham High School Marching Band is looking for a Visual/Drill Tech for the 2018 Marching Band Season. Duties will include running marching block and teaching/cleaning the drill. Any interested applicant should e-mail their resume to Jeff Daniels at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|NULL||PT||Dedham High School||Dedham||MA||Jeff Danielsemail@example.com||2018-07-31||2018-07-09|
||952||After-school Lesson Piano Teacher||The Pembroke Public Schools is seeking a piano teacher for their after-scho... more |
The Pembroke Public Schools is seeking a piano teacher for their after-school private music lesson program for 2-14 week semesters (fall & spring), at least 2 afternoon/evenings per week. Hours could be added if there is high student interest. Students range from grade 2 - 12. Rate of pay is $50.00 per hour. Registration and billing are handled for you, no payments to collect from students/families! Qualified applicants please send resume to Gwynne Chapman, Director of Fine & Performing Arts K-12 at Gwynne.firstname.lastname@example.org
|NULL||PT||Pembroke High School||Pembroke||MAemail@example.com||2018-07-31||2018-06-13|
||971||K-12 Coordinator of Performing Arts||K-12 Coordinator of Performing Arts
As a leader in public education wit... more |
K-12 Coordinator of Performing Arts As a leader in public education with an outstanding reputation for academic excellence recognized as a “Top Place to Work” in 2014 by the Boston Globe, the Lexington Public Schools is currently seeking a dynamic, experienced educator with exceptional leadership skills to serve as the district’s K-12 Performing Arts Coordinator. The K-12 Coordinator of Performing Arts leads and oversees the district’s thriving performing arts program. The position is 80% administrative and 20% teaching. Lexington, Massachusetts is a residential suburb 14 miles west of Boston with a population of 32,000. Approximately 6,900 students attend its six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Curriculum and Instructional Leadership Leads the department in developing, articulating, and implementing vision, mission, and curriculum for the K-12 performing arts program Supervision and Evaluation Responsible, along with building administrators, for the supervision and evaluation of: 29 K-12 Music and Drama faculty Coordinators’ administrative assistant, in conjunction with Visual Arts Coordinator Secondary Technical Director Professional Development Provides leadership for the planning, development, and implementation of performing arts educators’ professional learning Demonstrates a commitment to continuous growth and learning for self and members of department Hiring Responsible, along with building administrators, for conducting the hiring process for: Music and Drama K-12 Faculty Coordinators’ administrative assistant Secondary Technical Director Stipended positions in need of filling Budget Development and Implementation Responsible for the preparation and management of the Performing Arts operating budget Responsible for the management of the LPS Performing Arts revolving fund Responsible for overseeing the LHS Student Activity accounts Parent Engagement Sit on the board of the Friends of Lexington Music, Art and Drama Students (FoLMADS) Coordinate with the FoLMADS board for: Fund Raising Grant distribution Ushers and support for LHS performances Community outreach Facilities Management Will act as the point person for facilities availability at LHS for Performing Arts classroom, performance spaces and Commons areas Will coordinate with Department of Public Facilities for availability and usage at LHS for Outside Rentals Provides updates the electronic Database (SchoolDude) throughout the year as changes occur Performance Calendar In conjunction with faculty responsible for: Preparing the LPS Performing Arts calendar Updating the LPS Performing Arts calendar Communications and Community Outreach Responsible for the creation and maintenance of the Performing Arts Website Responsible for the creation and maintenance of a personal teacher’s website Participation in Various Committees and Councils The Performing Arts Coordinator is a member of the following administrative groups: LHS Leadership Team (Curriculum and Building Administrators) Middle School Cabinet (Curriculum and Building Administrators) Elementary School Cabinet (Curriculum and Building Administrators) K - 5, 6 – 8, 9 – 12 and K-12 Curriculum Coordinators LHS Department Heads Joint Council (System-wide administrators) Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in music, drama, theater, performing arts, educational leadership/arts administration, and/or other field(s) as deemed appropriate by the Superintendent of Schools; Valid Massachusetts educator licensure as an arts educator (music /drama/dance) and as a Supervisor/Director; Demonstrated record of successful leadership in the performing arts. Work Year: The teacher’s work year plus 12 days (196 days). Start date August 27, 2018, 12 additional days may begin July 1, 2018 Salary and Benefits: Salary and other benefits in accordance with the Association of Lexington Administrators’ Contract. Application Deadline: When Filled Please apply online https://phlaptweb20.applitrack.com/lexingtonma/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?FromAdmin=true&AppliTrackJobId=2448. Applications will be considered only when the online application is completed and a cover letter, resume, three (3) letters of recommendation, license and transcripts have been attached to your online application. Lexington Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer actively seeking to increase the diversity of its workforce.
|FT||NULL||Lexington Public Schools||Lexington||MA||Kari Grossmanfirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-07-31||2018-07-05|
||941||Low Brass Instructor, after school||The Shrewsbury Instrumental Lesson Program is searching for a Low Brass tea... more |
The Shrewsbury Instrumental Lesson Program is searching for a Low Brass teacher for the 2018-19 School year. The program currently has over 400 students enrolled and we are seeking to fill 6-10 lessons per week. a description of the program is available at this link https://goo.gl/9kbxTk. To apply for this position, please contact Tom O'Toole, Director of Performing Arts at email@example.com. This is a contractor position.
|NULL||PT||Sherwood Middle School||Shrewsbury||MA||Tom O'Toolefirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-07-31||2018-05-29|
||926||Saxophone/Clarinet Teacher, After School||The Shrewsbury Instrumental Lesson Program is searching for a Saxophone/Cla... more |
The Shrewsbury Instrumental Lesson Program is searching for a Saxophone/Clarinet teacher for the 2018-19 School year. The program currently has over 400 students enrolled and we are seeking to fill 15-20 lessons per week. a description of the program is available at this link https://goo.gl/9kbxTk. To apply for this position, please contact Tom O'Toole, Director of Performing Arts at email@example.com. This is a contractor position.
|NULL||PT||Shrewsbury Public Schools||Shrewsbury||MA||Tom O'Toolefirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-07-31||2018-05-10|
||988||K-4 Music Teacher||We are seeking a highly energetic and enthusiastic music teacher who will b... more |
We are seeking a highly energetic and enthusiastic music teacher who will be responsible for teaching Kindergarten through 4th grade General Music. We seek candidates that have experience teaching singing, music literacy, song games and music and movement activities. Preference will be given to candidates with piano and/or guitar accompanying ability or experience on another accompaniment instrument. The successful candidate will possess and transmit a deep love for making music, and is a team player who works well with colleagues.
|FT||NULL||Summer Street Elementary School||Lynnfield||MA||Karen Dwyeremail@example.com||2018-08-01||2018-07-18|
||962||Strings Teaching Artist||The mission of Josiah Quincy Orchestra Program (JQOP) is to ensure the long... more |
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 teach children social-emotional skills. In the 2018-19 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 school at Josiah Quincy Elementary School in Chinatown. For more information, visit www.jqop.org. Position Description: Support Teaching Artists (TAs) assist Orchestra Directors with set up, tuning instruments, helping students during rehearsals, and leading instrument sectionals, small-group lessons, and music theory classes. 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 or two ensembles, or support students from multiple ensembles through private and small-group lessons. TAs will work in collaboration with the Program Manager and Orchestra Directors to facilitate both ensemble learning and individual student progress. TAs will teach in alignment with JQOP’s curriculum and the El Sistema’s philosophy of musical excellence and social inclusion. 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 classes, and private or small-group lessons as planned by the Program Manager and Orchestra Directors; work with students on repertoire, sight-reading, ear-training, and string technique ·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
|NULL||PT||Josiah Quincy Elementary School||Boston||MA||Graciela Bricenofirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-08-01||2018-06-21|
||963||Music Teaching Artist||Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM / The mission of Josiah Quincy ... more |
Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM / 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 teach children social-emotional skills. In the 2017-18 school year, JQOP serves 175 students in eight ensembles, including five string orchestras of various levels (beginner to advanced). All rehearsals take place before school at Josiah Quincy Elementary School in Chinatown. For more information, visit www.jqop.org. The Mozart Orchestra Support Teaching Artist will team-teach two groups of students in kindergarten and first grade. Each group will receive general music instruction twice per week and string orchestra instruction twice per week on alternate days. Both groups come together on Fridays with all Mozart faculty assisting. The Mozart TA will support the Mozart Orchestra Director and assist with selecting songs/dances, leading daily lessons, preparing for concerts, and ensuring that all students learn appropriate strings technique, music notation, and orchestra culture. Additionally, as JQOP equally supports social development and musical growth, the Mozart TA will help to ensure that social-emotional skills are developed within the fabric of lessons, including, but not limited to, leadership, kindness, self-control, and patience. The Mozart TA will work with all JQOP staff and teachers to ensure the highest quality learning experience for all students. Responsibilities: ·Team-teach general music and string orchestra to two groups of 18-20 students in K2/1st grade, under the guidance of the Mozart Orchestra Director. Activities/lessons will consist of singing, rhythm, movement/dance, introduction to string instruments, and social/emotional development (i.e. kindness, patience) ·Collaborate with other members of the Mozart Orchestra Team, as well as administrative staff and Teaching Artists to create a shared curriculum and performance goals for the ensemble ·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 teaching group music classes and/or working with young students (ages 5-8) ·Knowledge of basic teaching 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 ·Strong interpersonal, professional, and communication skills If interested, send a cover letter and résumé to email@example.com
|NULL||PT||Josiah Quincy Elementary School||Boston||MA||Graciela Bricenofirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-08-01||2018-06-21|
||990||Teaching Artist - Elementary School in Brighton||Handel and Haydn Society seeks a practicing, professional artist to educate... more |
Handel and Haydn Society seeks a practicing, professional artist to educate, inspire, and engage students in weekly music classes. Students are in kindergarten through fifth grade at an elementary school in Brighton. Using the First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfège curriculum developed by John Feierabend and adapted to meet the needs of this school community, the Teaching Artist engages students in developing music literacy skills with a sound-before-sight approach. Students experience the joy of music through active participation in a singing-based curriculum emphasizing folk songs and exposure to live music performance by professional musicians. The Teaching Artist supports the social, emotional, academic, and artistic growth of students from an early age and works with the school staff to build a musically-rich learning environment. For 200 years the Handel and Haydn Society has enriched life and influenced culture by bringing vocal and instrumental music to America. Through its Karen S. and George D. Levy Education Program, H+H offers transformative experiences that create a deep appreciation for music and encourage creativity and learning. Students from across Massachusetts sing in six ensembles in H+H’s Vocal Arts Program, high school choirs sing with the professional H+H Orchestra and members of the H+H Chorus in annual Collaborative Youth Concerts, and through School Partnerships, H+H is expanding and deepening access to in-school music education for Boston elementary school students. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Deliver curriculum and instruction in music literacy and singing to students in weekly classes throughout the school year. The Teaching Artist teaches ten (10) 30-minute classes weekly during the school day. Scheduling is flexible based on availability of the artist and alignment with the school schedule. Instruction takes place with the classroom teacher present. Lessons should be based on the First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfège curriculum, align with the National Core Arts Standards and Massachusetts Arts Curriculum Framework, and draw on themes and topics relevant to the students. • Maintain weekly lesson plans and a weekly journal to record anecdotal data on program developments and student performance. • Prepare and lead students in performances for their families and school community twice a year. The model for these performances will be decided in collaboration with school administration. • Regularly communicate with classroom teachers to foster collaboration and connection with between music learning and other curriculum areas. • Attend school celebrations, special events, meetings and other functions deemed necessary by the 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. 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. • Collegiate study in music and/or education and excellent musicianship skills. Vocal/choral artists are especially encouraged to apply. • Familiarity with First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfège is desirable, though candidates with strong qualifications in other areas will be considered and professional development offered by H+H. • 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 a positive attitude are extremely important. • Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of students. • Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society. This position will be filled for the September 2018-June 2019 school year, with possible extension. To apply, visit https://handelandhaydn.applicantpro.com/jobs/
|NULL||PT||Handel and Haydn Society||Boston||MA||Emily Reedemail@example.com||2018-08-02||2018-07-19|
||993||Colorguard Instructor - Fall Marching Band Season||The Acton-Boxborough Regional High School Marching Band is seeking a Colorg... more |
The Acton-Boxborough Regional High School Marching Band is seeking a Colorguard Instructor for the 2018 fall season (winterguard possible). Responsible for band camp and evening rehearsals through October. The successful applicant will have experience teaching and performing with a strong background in marching band, dance, winterguard, or similar. Pay scale based on experience.
|NULL||PT||Acton-Boxborough Regional High School||Acton||MA||George Arsenault - Director of Performing Artsfirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-08-06||2018-07-23|
||966||Music & Movement Teacher||Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts
Fall 2018: Septembe... more |
Commitment: Monday thru Friday, 7:45-9:30AM + concerts Fall 2018: September 10th – December 20th (no classes Nov. 21-23) Spring 2019: January 7th – June 14th (no classes Feb. 18-22 and Apr. 15-19) The Mozart Music and Movement Director will team-teach two groups of students in kindergarten and first grade. Each group will receive general music instruction twice per week on alternate days. Both groups come together on Fridays with all Mozart faculty assisting. The Music and Movement Director will follow the JQOP Curriculum and work in collaboration with Support Teaching Artists to select songs/dances, plan daily lessons, prepare for concerts, and ensure that students learn appropriate strings technique, music notation, and orchestra culture. Additionally, as JQOP equally supports social development and musical growth, the Music and Movement Director will ensure that social-emotional skills are developed within the fabric of lessons, including, but not limited to, leadership, kindness, self-control, and perseverance. The Music and Movement Director will work with all JQOP staff and teachers to ensure the highest quality learning experience for all students. Qualifications: ·Experience teaching group music classes & working with young students (ages 5-8) ·Strong knowledge of general music pedagogy, repertoire, techniques and curriculum ·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 email@example.com.
|NULL||PT||Josiah Quincy Elementary School||Boston||MA||Graciela Bricenofirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-08-06||2018-06-25|
||972||Brass Instructor for Elementary School||Instructor needed to teach trumpet and trombone lessons to students in grad... more |
Instructor needed to teach trumpet and trombone lessons to students in grades 4-6. Students will range from beginner to those having a few years of experience. The successful candidate will have a passion for both instruments and enjoy working with elementary students. This is a part time position that includes 3-4 hours/week, working one day.
|NULL||PT||Howe Manning||Middleton||MA||James Sforzaemail@example.com||2018-08-13||2018-07-09|
||992||MUSIC TEACHING ARTIST (Grades 2 and 3)||DESCRIPTION:
Young Audiences of Massachusetts (YAMA) invites you to join o... more |
DESCRIPTION: Young Audiences of Massachusetts (YAMA) invites you to join our vibrant roster of 13 teaching artists who are part of the weekly Friday Arts residency, developed in partnership with the Gardner Pilot Academy in Allston, MA. PROGRAM: Friday Arts, weekly arts residency Friday Arts is an established 12-year residency program at Gardner Pilot Academy during which the entire student body participates in art-making (music, dance, theater, visual arts, storytelling) every Friday morning. POSITION: Music Teacher for 2nd and 3rd grade students LOCATION: Gardner Pilot Academy, Allston, MA (K-8, Title 1, Boston Public School) SCHEDULE: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM every Friday morning (37 sessions) between September 7 - June 15 (excluding Boston Public School holidays); plus an artist orientation on September 5th morning. JOB DESCRIPTION: The Friday Arts music teacher will teach three 12-week cycles during the school year (two cycles with 2nd graders, one cycle with 3rd graders.) We are seeking an experienced music teacher whose curriculum will engage students in general music instruction that includes singing as well as musical storytelling, working towards a culminating presentation that showcases student learning. This opportunity has the potential to be a multi-year position. All Friday teaching artists work closely with YAMA's Program Director to create a comprehensive classroom experience for students. QUALIFICATIONS: • At least two years of experience teaching lower elementary general music in an urban school environment with a diverse student population • Ability to teach in inclusive classrooms and employ inclusive teaching strategies • Strong command of responsive classroom management skills • Ability to teach diverse repertoire of songs • Bi-lingual preferred (Spanish) • Bachelor’s degree. Formal music education degree is not required if experience supports qualifications • Ability to develop weekly lesson plans/curriculum • Energetic, reliable, independent, and flexible, with good communication skills APPLY: Please email a cover letter detailing your interest in this position, along with a bio/resume showing relevant experience to: Gail Zarren, Program Director, Community Partnerships and Healing Arts for Kids EMAIL: GZARREN@YAMASS.ORG Young Audiences of Massachusetts 89 South Street, Suite 603 Boston, MA 02111 www.yamass.org SALARY: Contact for Information ABOUT YOUNG AUDIENCES Young Audiences of Massachusetts (YAMA) is an arts education non-profit that brings the region’s best performing and teaching artists to schools, libraries, museums, community centers, hospitals, homeless shelters and other learning and healing centers. Founded in1962, YAMA’s mission is to educate, inspire and empower the youth of Massachusetts through the arts. We believe that arts are an essential component of both formal education and youth development, and that every child, regardless of background, talents or special needs, deserves access to the rich educational opportunities inherent to arts learning. We reach over 120,000 students each year with impactful arts learning through performances, hands-on workshops and in depth-artist residencies in dance, music, theater, storytelling, and visual arts.
|NULL||PT||Young Audiences of MA (at Gardner Pilot Acadamy)||Allston||MA||Gail Zarren at Young Audiences of MA||GZarren@yamass.org||2018-08-15||2018-07-21|
||964||Temporary Sub .4 Choral||Seeking a substitute teacher for 4-6 weeks beginning September. The positi... more |
Seeking a substitute teacher for 4-6 weeks beginning September. The position is .4 choral (2 choir classes) and .6 other HS classroom coverage. Instrumental colleague will help guide the substitute in their duties and curriculum.
|FT||NULL||King Philip Regional High School||Wrentham||MA||Ashley Nelson-Oneschukfirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-08-17||2018-06-22|