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||1045||After School Instrument Lessons||The Raynham Middle School is looking for after school flute, trumpet, tromb... more |
The Raynham Middle School is looking for after school flute, trumpet, trombone, and percussion teachers for students grades 4-6. Lessons are small groups and meet weekly. Day of the week is flexible. Apply at https://www.schoolspring.com/jobs/job.cfm?jid=3002072&&iframe=1&employer=11090&status=public
|NULL||PT||Raynham Middle School and LaLiberte Elementary School||Raynham||MA||Carissa Grayemail@example.com||2018-10-01||2018-09-10|
||1044||Collaborative Pianist/Organist needed - First Parish Brewster UU||First Parish Brewster (Unitarian Universalist) is seeking a COLLABORATIVE P... more |
First Parish Brewster (Unitarian Universalist) is seeking a COLLABORATIVE PIANIST and/or ORGANIST Responsibilities 1. Accompany the choir at Wednesday evening rehearsals (1.5 hours) and for Sunday services from September through mid-June. (Sundays with two services, approx. 4 hours. Sundays with one service, approx. three hours (with choir, and one and half hours without choir). Accompany the choir and instrumental ensemble at all Sunday services and special services. Rehearse with and accompany soloists at Sunday services and special services. Accompany extra rehearsals of the choir and soloists as needed. 2. Accompany congregational hymns and other service music at Sunday morning services. Approx. 39 Sundays per year. Currently, services from September-Mid-May at 9am and 11am. Services from Mid-May through August, 10am. 3. Provide solo music for Sunday services. 4. Select appropriate music for each service, in coordination with the Director of Music. 5. Work closely with the Director of Music to provide well-coordinated worship services. 6. Provide a qualified substitute for any Sunday services, special services, or rehearsals for which the pianist/organist is unavailable. Fee is determined by church. 7. Submit titles and composers for preludes, postludes, and other organ or piano solo music to the church office and director of music for inclusion in the Order of Service in a timely manner. 8. Be available and have first option to provide organ and/or piano music for all weddings, memorials, and rites of passage in the sanctuary for which such music is requested. Coordinate the music for these services with the minister officiating. Outside pianists/organists may be used only with the permission of the pianist/organist. Working Conditions 1. The Collaborative Pianist and/or Organist shall rehearse sufficiently to maintain a high quality of music at the keyboard. 2. There will be an initial review after five services. Thereafter, an annual performance review will be done with the director of music or as necessary. 3. The Collaborative Pianist and/or Organist is expected to cooperate with all staff and musicians of the congregation so that musical life is enhanced within the life of the church. 4. The Collaborative Pianist and/or Organist is not expected to attend weekly staff meetings. 5. Choir of 20-25 and instrumental ensemble of 10-12. Compensation 1. Compensation is approximately $10,288 yearly. It is paid monthly on a per weekly basis, as detailed in the contractual agreement between the Collaborative Pianist and/or Organist and First Parish Brewster. Skills and Qualifications--Required 1. Excellent sight-reading skills. 2. Experience and skill working with a conductor. 3. Four-year college or university degree in music or equivalent professional training and experience. 4. Experience as an accompanist, including ability to read open choral score. 5. Broad knowledge of keyboard repertoire. 6. Ability to work with amateur musicians in a supportive environment. 7. Strong interpersonal skills. 8. Attention to detail. Skills and Qualifications--Preferred 1. Graduate degree in Collaborative Piano, Piano Performance, or Organ Performance. 2. Experience as a professional solo pianist and/or organist. 3. Experience conducting and/or leading rehearsals from the keyboard. 4. Skill and experience playing and improvising from chord symbols. 5. Experience playing in popular, folk, jazz, and/or gospel genres in addition to classical. 6. Knowledge of standard vocal and choral repertoire. 7. Vocal training and/or music education training About this Organization: First Parish Brewster - Unitarian Universalist First Parish Brewster is a joyfully inclusive Unitarian Universalist community whose mission is opening hearts, growing souls, turning love into justice. With its historical roots in the Jewish and Christian traditions, Unitarian Universalists believe that personal experience, conscience, and reason are the final authorities in religion. Instead of subscribing to a single religious creed or doctrine, we keep an open mind to the religious questions people have struggled with in all times and places, and we honor a diversity of answers. To Apply Please send cover letters and resumes to Danica A. Buckley, Music Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|NULL||PT||First Parish Brewster UU - Church||Brewster||MA||Danica A. Buckley, Music Directoremail@example.com||2018-10-30||2018-09-10|
||1043||Public After School Violin Group Instructor||The Dedham School of Music is seeking a part-time Violin Instructor to begi... more |
The Dedham School of Music is seeking a part-time Violin Instructor to begin in October, with at least one meeting in September. We look for an experienced, enthusiastic and driven teacher who is able to engage with students, teach them love for music, and understand how to best serve them. This position is for 45-minute classes that take place after school (between 3pm and 5pm), Mondays - Fridays (days and times to be determined, based on availability, student registration, etc). The small-group class is comprised of SEVEN (7) beginner students between grades 3 and 5. Responsibilities include: Providing instruction to small-group classes of up to seven beginner (7) grade 2-5 students at one time. Providing lessons equal to the hours/weeks for which students are registered Preparing students for required performance/assessment opportunities Attending all faculty meetings for the contractual year Maintaining correspondence with parents, students, and Employer with regards to scheduling, attendance, concerns, etc. Bachelors Degree in performance or education OR proven extensive experience is required. MUST have experience teaching elementary students in a group setting. 2+ years of teaching experience with beginner students required.
|NULL||PT||Various||Dedham, West Roxbury, Hyde Park||MA||Amy Ficherafirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-09-28||2018-09-07|
||1042||String Bass lesson teacher||The Wayland School Community Programs seeks a bass teacher to each Grade 4-... more |
The Wayland School Community Programs seeks a bass teacher to each Grade 4-12 students private string Bass in the after-school music lesson program. Terms of Employment: 1. Hours will vary between 1:30pm to 6:00pm weekdays, depending on the number of students who sign up for lessons; 2. Compensation rates: $66 for a one-hour lesson; $49.50 for a 45-minute lesson; $33 for a 30-minute lesson.
|NULL||PT||Wayland Public Schools||Wayland||MA||Susan Memoli, Director of Fine Arts||Susan_Memoli@Wayland.k12.ma.is||2018-10-05||2018-09-07|
||1041||After School Instrument Lessons||Tewksbury Public Schools is looking for after school lesson teachers to tea... more |
Tewksbury Public Schools is looking for after school lesson teachers to teach small mixed-instrument lesson groups after school for its Band program. Teachers needed for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons (other days possible) to teach beginners through intermediate level (Grades 5-8). Teachers should be comfortable with woodwind, brass, and percussion.
|NULL||PT||Ryan Elementary and Wynn Middle Schools||Tewksbury||MA||Tim Olevskyemail@example.com||2018-09-28||2018-09-04|
||1040||Long term General Music full time||The Worcester Public Schools is searching for a qualified LTS general music... more |
The Worcester Public Schools is searching for a qualified LTS general music teacher for a vibrant urban public school. Students participate in extended day, extended learning where students and teachers design engaging curriculum. In addition, you will be part of a dynamic 50 member performing arts staff. MA certification required. Apply on schoolspring.com job number 2999452
|FT||NULL||Worcester Public Schools||Worcester||MA||Lisa Leach, Curriculum Liaisionfirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-09-14||2018-09-03|
||1039||Violin and Cello Teacher for After School Program||Derby Academy has an immediate opening for a violin and cello teacher in th... more |
Derby Academy has an immediate opening for a violin and cello teacher in the After School Instrumental Program. A degree in music or music education, along with the ability to instruct students at various levels and grades is preferred. There is some flexibility with lesson scheduling. Interested candidates should contact Thalia McMillion at email@example.com.
|NULL||PT||Derby Academy||Hingham||Massachusetts||Thalia McMillion||TMcMillion@derbyacademy.org||2018-10-05||2018-09-02|
||1038||Lowell Philharmonic Music Director||The Lowell Philharmonic is a community non-audition orchestra made up of ad... more |
The Lowell Philharmonic is a community non-audition orchestra made up of advanced and aspiring musicans. We are seeking a new music director to start in May of 2019. The music director will be responsible for programming for our four main concerts while keeping within a budget, conducting weekly Tuesday night rehearsals, helping to coordinate occasional collaboration with other local music groups, and other items. The ideal candidate will be familiar with a broad range of repertoire, have a sense of humor, have good conducting skills, understand how to draw and engage an audience, possess exceptional musicianship. The application process consists of an interview, conducting part of a rehearsal, and the two final candidates will be a guest conductor for either our March 2019 or May 2019 concert. Full a full description of the opening and the directions on how to apply please go to: https://www.lowellphilharmonic.org/new-director-application
||1037||Elementary General music plus strings .6||https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2961099&utm_campaign=google_jobs_a... more |
https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2961099&utm_campaign=google_jobs_apply&utm_source=google_jobs_apply&utm_medium=organic One before school strings class per day. Three full days of general music prek-4.
|NULL||PT||NULL||Canton||Ma||Catherine Eckersley Performing Arts Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-09-21||2018-08-30|
||1036||Percussion Instructor for Natick Public Schools Instrumental Music Program||The Instrumental Percussion Instructor will provide lessons for Elementary ... more |
The Instrumental Percussion Instructor will provide lessons for Elementary and Middle School students with a possibility to provide lessons for high schoolers. Lessons will be at the schools in group, semi private, and private groupings. Elementary lessons are during lunch and recess, Middle School lessons are after school, high school lessons are whenever they can be arranged. Specific duties will include but are not limited to: Contacting families about lesson groupings, times, and changes in schedule Scheduling Middle School and possibly high school lessons (elementary lessons are scheduled due to nature of school day – but instructors will need to contact families with day and time) Giving half hour lessons in group, semi-private, and private formats Training students about their instrument, teaching: sight reading, musician skills, ensemble skills, and how to approach repertoire Provide student’s families with feedback at least twice a year. Attend one to two meetings (paid) Prepare Middle School and High School students for recitals and District auditions
|NULL||PT||Natick Public Schools||Natick||MA||Stephen Milleremail@example.com||2018-09-14||2018-08-29|
||1035||After School Private String Instructor||Marlborough Public School is seeking a String instructor for our after scho... more |
Marlborough Public School is seeking a String instructor for our after school private music lesson program for Grades 5-12. Candidates should possess a degree in music and/or music education with experience teaching private lessons. Please send resume to Angie Crockwell, String Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
||1033||Preschool - Grade 8 Music Specialist||Lesley Ellis School seeks Music Specialist to start Immediately
Independ... more |
Lesley Ellis School seeks Music Specialist to start Immediately Independent school (Preschool – Grade 8) seeks candidates with a strong commitment to and passion for music education. We are looking for an individual who will bring expertise and enthusiasm to music classes and has the desire to work closely with teachers to ensure an enriching and challenging school experience. Responsibilities include: Implement and lead an innovative, creative, and developmentally appropriate curriculum that spans multiple grade levels. Incorporate a variety of teaching techniques to engage all students and promote learning. Work collaboratively with other teachers and administrators. Conduct and/or accompany choir(s); make and select appropriate musical arrangements. Seek and arrange performance opportunities for choir(s) both on and off campus. Coordinate Arts Block and Arts Apprenticeship programs. Facilitate the musical portions of all school events (e.g. Spring Visiting Day, assemblies) and various grade level productions. Prepare written progress reports at least twice a year to report on each student’s progress. Communicate with parents through newsletters, monthly updates and on an as-needed basis. Qualifications: B.A. required, advanced degree preferred in music/music education. Certification in Kodály, Orff, Gordon or Dalcroze Eurhythmics preferred. Three to five years teaching experience with beginner, intermediate, and advanced students. Adept accompanist. Support choirs, musical performances and additional groups as needed. Instructional competence in an instrument is desirable. Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Commitment to developmental, multicultural, and anti-bias education School year position. Competitive salary. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to Deanne Benson, Head of School at email@example.com
|FT||NULL||Lesley Ellis School||Arlington||MA||Deanne Bensonfirstname.lastname@example.org||2018-09-01||2018-08-26|
||1031||Theatre Music Director||Music Director for high school production of Xanadu at Nashoba Valley Techn... more |
Music Director for high school production of Xanadu at Nashoba Valley Technical High School in Westford, MA. Production dates: December 6-8, 2018. Rehearsals run Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 2:45-5:30, however not required at all rehearsals. Ideally candidate would also be able to accompany production.
|NULL||PT||Nashoba Valley Technical High School||Westford||MA||Emily Smithemail@example.com||2018-09-10||2018-08-22|
||1030||Assistant Band Director||Paul Effman Music is seeking talented energetic Band/String teachers to joi... more |
Paul Effman Music is seeking talented energetic Band/String teachers to join their staff. Paul Effman Music provides instrumental music programs for Private Schools throughout the Greater Boston Area and currently has a Part Time position available. Instrumental applicants must have knowledge of the traditional band instruments and violin. Our teachers give small group lessons as well as full ensemble rehearsals. They are in multiple schools each week and some programs are during the school day and some are after school.
|NULL||PT||Paul Effman Music||Boston||MA||Lou Varuzzo||Lou@pemusic.com||2018-08-31||2018-08-22|
||1028||Long-Term Elem Music Sub||Seeking a full-time Elementary General Music, long-term sub to teach grades... more |
Seeking a full-time Elementary General Music, long-term sub to teach grades K-5, plus 5th grade choruses from September, 2018 through February, 2019. Prefer someone with a bachelor degree in music education, prefer someone with an elementary music emphasis. Please apply on School Spring: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=2987635 May send resume and supplementary materials to firstname.lastname@example.org
|FT||NULL||Lynn Public Schools||Lynn||MA||Director of Musicemail@example.com||2018-09-10||2018-08-20|
||1027||Music Teacher Full Time||Full Time Itinerant Music Teacher - General Music PreK-4, Chorus Grades 4&7... more |
Full Time Itinerant Music Teacher - General Music PreK-4, Chorus Grades 4&7. Hoping to fill before school starts! Contact Performing Arts Coordinator Jim Frye at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call mobile 508-308-4733
|FT||NULL||Taunton Public Schools||Taunton||MA||Jim Frye, Performing Arts Coordinatoremail@example.com||2018-08-24||2018-08-20|
||1026||After-school Piano Instructor||The Instrumental Music School of Carlisle and Concord (IMSCC) is seeking a ... more |
The Instrumental Music School of Carlisle and Concord (IMSCC) is seeking a piano instructor for students of all ages and levels including advanced high school students. Lessons are given after school and evenings at Concord-Carlisle High School. We anticipate one or two full afternoons of teaching per week. Please send resume to Debbie Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|NULL||PT||Concord-Carlisle High School||Concord||MA||Debbie Levineemail@example.com||2018-09-30||2018-08-18|
||1025||After-school Saxophone Instructor||The Instrumental Music School of Carlisle and Concord (IMSCC) is seeking a ... more |
The Instrumental Music School of Carlisle and Concord (IMSCC) is seeking a saxophone instructor for students grades 4 through 12. Lessons are given after school and evenings at Concord-Carlisle High School. We anticipate one afternoon of teaching per week. Candidates must have experience teaching and playing in a range of musical styles. Please send resume to Debbie Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|NULL||PT||Concord-Carlisle High School||Concord||MA||Debbie Levineemail@example.com||2018-09-30||2018-08-17|
||1024||Boston Arts Academy Vocal Jazz Teacher with Benefits (.5)||BOSTON ARTS ACADEMY
JOB DESCRIPTION (Music Position) FOR 2018-2019
The ... more |
BOSTON ARTS ACADEMY JOB DESCRIPTION (Music Position) FOR 2018-2019 The Boston Arts Academy, a public high school for the visual and performing arts, is starting its 21st year in September 2018 with 460 students in Grades 9 - 12. It is a joint project of the Professional Arts Consortium, Inc., (comprising the Berklee College of Music, New England Conservatory, Boston Architectural Center, the Boston Conservatory, Emerson College Massachusetts College of Arts, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts) and the Boston Public Schools. The Boston Arts Academy is charged with being a laboratory and a beacon for artistic and academic innovation. The Boston Arts Academy prepares a diverse community of aspiring artist-scholars to be successful in their college or professional careers and to be engaged members of a democratic society. This innovative school features a college preparatory curriculum supporting integrated and interdisciplinary teaching and learning among arts and academic disciplines. Students explore the arts in both traditional and new media forms. The Academy´s program is enriched by the involvement of the six members of the Professional Arts Consortium. Both the program and the student body at the Academy reflect the culture, ethnic and linguistic diversity of Boston. The Academy is a Pilot School and a member of the Boston Pilot Schools Network, a group of Boston Public Schools that, by union contract, have been granted increased autonomy and flexibility to be laboratories of educational innovation. This includes the right to extend the school day and year for both faculty and students. Teachers at the Academy undertake a number of special responsibilities. The Academy offers academic classes as well as classes in the visual and performing arts. Often classes integrate artistic and academic subjects. Faculty members work together to develop curriculum in all areas. The school day for students and teachers has been scheduled to run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Fridays. Two times a month, there are scheduled meetings for teachers until 5 p.m. The school year for students will be similar to the Boston Public Schools, but the actual school calendar may differ in terms of professional days for teachers and other aspects. All students will be members of an Advisory Group and most faculty will serve as Advisors. (Advisory is a small group of students who come together periodically to provide academic, social and emotional support to all students.) Many teachers also teach a grade-level writing course to students. Students are assessed through a variety of measures: Traditional tests, performances, exhibitions, and portfolios. More comprehensive material about the approach to teaching and learning is available upon request, as well as on the website. RESPONSIBILITIES: Teaching Responsibilities: Teach vocal jazz ensemble with 11th and 12th grade jazz/contemporary voice students, with a focus on developing improvisation and vocal jazz ensemble repertoire. (3 days/week-60min) Teach creative lab course with 11th and 12th grade jazz/contemporary voice students, applying principles of contemporary background singing, contemporary voice arranging, solo performance, and production with the goal of presenting a senior singers showcase. Teach junior level jazz theory course for 11th grade jazz/contemporary voice students, with focus on sight-singing, arranging, and contemporary notation. Coordinate private lessons for all 11th and 12th grade vocal jazz/contemporary voice students Other General Responsibilities: Plan and coordinate annual senior singers showcase with senior and junior vocal jazz/contemporary voice students Plan and coordinate and end of year studio recital for 11th grade vocal jazz/contemporary voice students Plan and coordinate annual vocal jazz/contemporary voice concert with all 11th and 12th grade vocal jazz/contemporary voice students. Participate in annual Winter-fest concert series Communicate regularly with parents/caregivers about student progress. Accept flexible assignments, such as team and interdisciplinary teaching, working with different age groups and ability levels, etc. Attend end of year music department planning meeting in June.
|NULL||PT||Boston Arts Academy (Boston Public Schools)||Boston||MA||Tyrone Sutton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kathleen Marsh (kmarsh@bosto... more |
Tyrone Sutton (email@example.com) Kathleen Marsh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
||1023||After-School Piano Instructor||Job Description:
Provide music instruction to students (grades 2-12) enro... more |
Job Description: Provide music instruction to students (grades 2-12) enrolled in the Prodigy Program, the after school music lesson program of the Westwood Public Schools. Responsibilities: • Teach weekly music lessons in private or semi-private formats • Establish and maintain a schedule of lessons • Maintain accurate records of lessons taken by each student • Provide evaluations of student progress two times a year • Maintain communication with Prodigy Program Coordinator regarding student status and all issues related to their participation in the program Qualifications: • Possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in music performance and/or music education • Prior teaching experience • Jazz / Improvisation experience preferred. • Possess sufficient skills to perform and demonstrate performance techniques on at least one musical instrument or voice • Have knowledge of pedagogical methods, techniques and processes to provide a sequential and consistent program of instruction for students • Possess knowledge of appropriate literature, repertoire and teaching materials to support the teaching of music instruments or voice • Possess sufficient judgment to assess student progress objectively and tactfully • Possess appropriate communication skills to relate to students and parents positively and effectively Schedule: Prodigy Tutors establish their own schedules directly with students and parents. Reports to: Joel Yennior, Prodigy Program Coordinator
|NULL||PT||Westwood Public Schools||Westwood||MA||Joel Yennioremail@example.com||2018-08-24||2018-08-16|