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1461 Director of Instrumental Music This full-time music teaching position will have ongoing contact with and d... more
This full-time music teaching position will have ongoing contact with and direct responsibility for the academic and social life of students on campus (in loco parentis), and will involve specific responsibilities that include afternoon program involvement, possible residential life duty, and student advising. The successful candidate will be deeply invested in a student-centered and process-intensive approach to music pedagogy, will have enthusiasm and appreciation for working with adolescents of a wide range of arts experience, and will desire to take imaginative risks and to innovate in their artistic work and their teaching. With Teaching Faculty status comes the expectation of total involvement in the lives of students on campus. The Director of Instrumental Music also contributes to the musical life of the campus through various means inside and outside the classroom. Housing may or may not be available. Teaching will include 4 classes of music, two of which are instrumental performance groups (orchestra and jazz band) and two of which are to be determined based on student and teacher interest and experience; coordination of the student individual lesson program; and work with small ensembles, among other responsibilities. For more information, including a link to apply, see the job posting at https://www.thegovernorsacademy.org/about/employment
FT NULL The Governor's Academy Byfield MA apply via the link on the position posting NULL 2021-02-23 2021-05-31
1460 Music Director THE CONCORD ORCHESTRA P.O. Box 381, Concord, MA 01742 POSTING JOB... more
THE CONCORD ORCHESTRA P.O. Box 381, Concord, MA 01742 POSTING JOB TITLE: MUSIC DIRECTOR REPORTS TO: Board of Directors The Concord Orchestra is seeking a professional Music Director who will lead and prepare us to provide our audiences with engaging, outstanding performances of a wide range of orchestral repertoire. ABOUT THE CONCORD ORCHESTRA The Concord Orchestra was founded in 1953 as a symphony orchestra composed largely of volunteer musicians. We are a resident group at the 51 Walden Performing Arts Center, a vibrant and busy historic venue in Concord, MA, where we rehearse Tuesday evenings and perform five weekends each season. Over our 60+ year history we have performed concert seasons annually, commissioned new music, and once even brought the group to perform in Europe. We draw our 70-some players from Concord and the greater Boston Metro area. In addition to a number of professionals who donate their time in order to enjoy playing in a quality symphonic group, our members include graduates from conservatory and university music programs. We employ a paid professional concertmaster, and also bring in paid players of specialty instruments as needed for larger scale works. We all play for the joy of performing and delighting audiences, and for the satisfaction of developing our skills as musicians, including tackling challenging repertoire in both contemporary and more traditional veins. CONCERT PROGRAMMING AND REPERTOIRE The Concord Orchestra’s seasons have regularly included a broad range of works, with each program performed at two or three concerts. Our three “Symphonic” concert programs each season usually include an introductory piece, then a concerto or other piece that includes a virtuoso or selected student soloist, and a larger scale work such as a symphony. Most programs include at least one piece composed in modern times. Recent seasons’ large-scale works have included symphonies by Beethoven, Schumann, Mahler, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, and Tchaikovsky, as well as Bartok’s opera Bluebeard’s Castle. We also perform annual family and pops-oriented programs. The family concerts include narrated works for the young and young-at-heart, holiday-oriented fare and often a collaboration with a local school or youth music group. Our pops concerts include light classical offerings, selections from movies, showtunes and popular music. As a component of our Pops programs, we often have a professional singer perform a medley, commissioned by and arranged for us, of songs by a highlighted jazz or American songbook composer. We look forward to developing and evolving our repertoire and seasonal program formats under a creative and involved Music Director who leads music selection and programming. To learn more about the Concord Orchestra, please visit our website: www.concordorchestra.com To see our complete job posting and description please use the following link: (may need to cut and paste this into your browser) https://www.concordorchestra.com/co/music-director-search/ HOW TO APPLY Please submit confidential applications by March 30, 2021 using the following email: conductorsearch@concordorchestra.com Each application should include the following attachments in pdf format. Requested materials [Note: If referring us to a website, please attach individual links to the specific materials that are requested.] 1] Letter of interest, including why you are applying, and your vision for this orchestra. Please include professional/personal examples that demonstrate your proven capabilities and/or potential in the areas of artistic leadership, creative programming, community engagement, and the development of subscribers and audience. 2] C.V. including relevant experience 3] Sample programs created and conducted by the candidate 4] Links to unedited video recordings of rehearsals and performances conducted by the applicant, ideally including those from the perspective of the orchestra 5] Three professional references including at least two from musicians Music Director/Conductor finalists will be scheduled to conduct a full cycle of rehearsals and a full subscription concert(s) either in the spring or fall of 2022. The goal is for the new Music Director to assume responsibility for the planning and execution of the 2023 - 2024 season. The Concord Orchestra is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran. Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the US.
NULL PT NULL Concord MA Edith Epstein conductorsearch@concordorchestra.com 2021-02-13 2021-03-30
1459 Faculty Opening - Recording / Beatmaking / Electronic Music Teacher Indian Hill Music School Faculty Opening - Recording / Beatmaking / Electr... more
Indian Hill Music School Faculty Opening - Recording / Beatmaking / Electronic Music Teacher Position: Part time (one daily 70-minute class, early afternoon) Pay: Commensurate with experience, hourly Location: Online, with the possibility of moving in-person at Lawrence High School (Lawrence, MA) Start date: As early as February 22, 2021 Indian Hill Music School, a community music school in Littleton, MA with a faculty of 70+ professional teaching artists, has an opening for a part-time Recording / Beatmaking / Electronic Music Teacher to lead a 70-minute class each school day. This program is in partnership with Lawrence High School (Lawrence, MA). This position entails teaching one class each school day, either from 12:05-1:15pm (“A days”) or 1:20-2:30pm (“B days”), beginning as early as February 22. The students are Lawrence High School (Lawrence, MA) students. All classes are currently remote in the Lawrence Public Schools, though this class could move to an in-person format if that were to change during the spring of 2021. The goal of these classes is to lead students in creating individual and group projects on Sountrap, a cloud-based recording platform. The class meetings are conducted via Zoom, and all students have the requisite hardware, software, and internet connectivity at their homes. Lesson topics may include looping, beatmaking, production, song form, recording, mixing, remixing, and more. Instructor responsibilities include: Ensuring student engagement through feedback, grading, and taking attendance; Use of Google Classroom and Google Suite applications for posting class assignments and materials; and Communication with parents and/or guidance counselors if necessary. The instructor is also required to: Communicate and maintain high behavioral expectations for all students, and develop a culture of “growth mindset” by encouraging and celebrating small improvements in individual and classroom culture; Remain calm and focused when faced with unexpected challenges; and Create and maintain a positive learning environment in which students’ diverse backgrounds, identities, strengths, and challenges are respected and utilized. Lawrence Public Schools is an urban district, located 30 miles north of Boston, serving more than 13,000 students. More than 70% of our students speak a language other than English as their first language. We are committed to ensuring that our students, who have for too long been under-served, are provided with a high-quality, free, public education at their local, district schools. Indian Hill Music faculty members are responsible for: 1) inspiring and sharing their love of music with their students; 2) setting a high bar for students’ levels of technical skill and musicality; 3) clearly communicating expectations and working toward shared goals; and 4) advocating for their students to engage in additional pursuits to deepen their musical development and their commitment to their studies. Indian Hill offers many ancillary benefits to our faculty members, including a variety of paid professional performance opportunities and funding for professional development (by application). Attendance at an annual September faculty meeting is required, as is the completion of occasional clerical tasks including reporting of hours taught for payroll purposes. Timeliness and reliability, as well as strong communication practices with both students/families and school staff, are essential. Qualifications: Candidates should have experience with electronic music and recording techniques, as well as related teaching experience. Spanish language skills and experience working in an urban school environment are a plus but are not required. Demonstrated ability to meet all requirements listed above is required. How to apply: Please send your resume and any other supporting materials to Pete Robbins, Director of Education, at probbins@indianhillmusic.org with “Electronic Music Teacher” listed in the subject line. Indian Hill Music does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, or employment policies. Learn more at www.indianhillmusic.org
NULL PT Indian Hill Music School Littleton Massachusetts Pete Robbins probbins@indianhillmusic.org 2021-02-05 2021-03-31
1458 Middle School Strings Teaching Artist Beaver Country Day School—an independent day school located just outside of... more
Beaver Country Day School—an independent day school located just outside of Boston, serving grades 6-12—seeks a creative, innovative, and forward-thinking Middle School Strings Teaching Artist. This is a part time position that will report directly to the Head of Performing Arts. About Our School & Our People: We are not your typical private school. We think (and operate) more like a start-up. Our business is providing a future-focused education rooted in real-world context and experience and our clients are our students. The Beaver mindset and approach to teaching place our students at the center of learning experiences in all settings, curricular and co-curricular. Our students in grades 6-12 are interesting and passionate individuals, who, above all, are genuinely happy to be at Beaver. We provide students with opportunities to be co-creators of their learning, making it a deeper, more meaningful experience. We are committed to providing an educational environment in tune with the real world and doing authentic work. Our teachers and educational leaders are committed to—and excited about— expanding the nature of school, and igniting and fueling the passions of all our students. Our mindset is to make excellent mistakes, launch/test/refine, and not be defined by binary thinking. Instead, we look to approach things from a both/and outlook: tradeoffs don’t have to be the answer and instead, that’s where creativity comes in. We are a community of creative thinkers and doers. Our values include collaboration, partnership, and above all, creating a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment for our community. This work is a priority and steadfast commitment. It is never “done”, and we will always make decisions with this at the core of who we are. For all Beaver students to feel a sense of belonging, it’s important that they see themselves reflected in the community, curriculum, and all our programming. Our goal every day is to create a school that is making an impact – for our students, and for education as a whole. We don’t take that work lightly, we need people that are relentlessly committed to it and excited to do this work—together. About the Position: This position includes teaching three beginner/intermediate strings classes weekly (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10:55-11:40) that are composed of violin, viola, and cello players. Additional responsibilities of this part-time position include communicating regularly with parents and students about progress, producing three music exhibits per year, and meeting weekly with the music faculty. There may be an opportunity to teach a middle school afternoon instrumental ensemble (M-F 2:20-3:40) depending on the candidate’s qualifications and availability. This position is part of a team including choral, percussion, brass, and woodwind teachers who collaborate to develop a shared curriculum, pedagogy, and culture for the instrumental music program. This teacher would work closely with the other string teacher to develop routines, goals, and best practices collaboratively. Competitive candidates should demonstrate expertise in more than one string instrument, excellent musicianship and artistry as a performer and teacher, experience teaching young, beginner students in a group setting, an understanding of classroom management techniques, knowledge of string repertoire, curriculum and pedagogy, the ability to differentiate instruction based on the skill level and learning styles of the students, arranging skills, and strong interpersonal and communication skills. To apply please go to: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=9251&clientkey=EB3BC2C999CF3168F3E9A59D85CC80E9
NULL PT Beaver Country Day School Chestnut Hill MA NULL 2021-01-22 2021-05-15
1457 Middle School Woodwind Teaching Artist Beaver Country Day School—an independent day school located just outside of... more
Beaver Country Day School—an independent day school located just outside of Boston, serving grades 6-12—seeks a creative, innovative, and forward-thinking Middle School Woodwind Teaching Artist. This is a part-time that will report directly to the Head of Performing Arts. About Our School & Our People: We are not your typical private school. We think (and operate) more like a start-up. Our business is providing a future-focused education rooted in real-world context and experience and our clients are our students. The Beaver mindset and approach to teaching place our students at the center of learning experiences in all settings, curricular and co-curricular. Our students in grades 6-12 are interesting and passionate individuals, who, above all, are genuinely happy to be at Beaver. We provide students with opportunities to be co-creators of their learning, making it a deeper, more meaningful experience. We are committed to providing an educational environment in tune with the real world and doing authentic work. Our teachers and educational leaders are committed to—and excited about— expanding the nature of school, and igniting and fueling the passions of all our students. Our mindset is to make excellent mistakes, launch/test/refine, and not be defined by binary thinking. Instead, we look to approach things from a both/and outlook: tradeoffs don’t have to be the answer and instead, that’s where creativity comes in. We are a community of creative thinkers and doers. Our values include collaboration, partnership, and above all, creating a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment for our community. This work is a priority and steadfast commitment. It is never “done”, and we will always make decisions with this at the core of who we are. For all Beaver students to feel a sense of belonging, it’s important that they see themselves reflected in the community, curriculum, and all our programming. Our goal every day is to create a school that is making an impact – for our students, and for education as a whole. We don’t take that work lightly, we need people that are relentlessly committed to it and excited to do this work—together. This position includes teaching three group beginner/intermediate woodwind (flute, clarinet) classes weekly (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10:55-11:40). Additional responsibilities of this part-time position include communicating regularly with parents and students about progress, producing three music exhibits per year, and meeting weekly with the music faculty. There may be an opportunity to teach a middle school afternoon instrumental ensemble (M-F 2:20-3:40) depending on the candidate’s qualifications and availability. This position is part of a team including choral, percussion, brass, and string teachers who collaborate to develop a shared curriculum, pedagogy, and culture for the instrumental music program. Competitive candidates should demonstrate expertise in more than one woodwind instrument, excellent musicianship and artistry as a performer and teacher, knowledge of woodwind repertoire, curriculum, and pedagogy, and experience teaching young, beginner students in a group setting. Strong classroom management skills, the ability to connect with the middle school students, and the ability to differentiate instruction based on the skill level and learning styles of the students is essential to this role. To apply please go to: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=9252&clientkey=EB3BC2C999CF3168F3E9A59D85CC80E9
NULL PT Beaver Country Day School Chestnut Hill MA NULL NULL 2021-01-22 2021-05-15
1456 Upper School and Middle School Instrumental Music Teacher Beaver Country Day School—an independent day school located just outside of... more
Beaver Country Day School—an independent day school located just outside of Boston, serving grades 6-12—seeks a creative, innovative, and forward-thinking Middle and Upper School Instrumental Music Teacher. This is a full-time position that will report directly to the Head of Performing Arts. About Our School & Our People: We are not your typical independent school. We think (and operate) more like a start-up. Our business is providing a future-focused education rooted in real-world context and experience and our clients are our students. The Beaver mindset and approach to teaching place our students at the center of learning experiences in all settings, curricular and co-curricular. Our students in grades 6-12 are interesting and passionate individuals, who, above all, are genuinely happy to be at Beaver. We provide students with opportunities to be co-creators of their learning, making it a deeper, more meaningful experience. We are committed to providing an educational environment in tune with the real world and doing authentic work. Our teachers and educational leaders are committed to—and excited about— expanding the nature of school, and igniting and fueling the passions of all our students. Our mindset is to make excellent mistakes, launch/test/refine, and not be defined by binary thinking. Instead, we look to approach things from a both/and outlook: tradeoffs don’t have to be the answer and instead, that’s where creativity comes in. We are a community of creative thinkers and doers. Our values include collaboration, partnership, and above all, creating a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment for our community. This work is a priority and steadfast commitment. It is never “done”, and we will always make decisions with this at the core of who we are. For all Beaver students to feel a sense of belonging, it’s important that they see themselves reflected in the community, curriculum, and all our programming. Our goal every day is to create a school that is making an impact – for our students, and for education as a whole. We don’t take that work lightly, we need people that are relentlessly committed to it and excited to do this work—together. About the Position: The upper school component of this position includes teaching instrumental ensembles composed of mixed instrumentation and ranging in size from 3-16 students. Our student-centered curriculum focuses on integrating music theory, instrumental technique, rehearsal/performance skills, and improvisation skills while exploring the cultural and historical context of the repertoire. This inclusive program utilizes components from classical music traditions as well as contemporary styles such as jazz and blues as vehicles to develop students’ technique and creative processes. Classes endeavor to expose our students to a wide variety of repertoire (jazz, rock, funk, latin, classical, film scores, musical theater, etc), regardless of instrumentation therefore proficiency in arranging is essential. There are 3 formal concerts a year. Although we encourage all strong candidates to apply regardless of their primary instrument, the ideal candidate would also join the middle school program, teaching either beginning/intermediate woodwind (flute, clarinet) or strings (violin, viola, cello) class, depending on the expertise of the teacher, as part of our curricular instrumental and choral music program. This position is part of a team including choral, percussion, and brass teachers who collaborate to develop a shared curriculum, pedagogy, and culture for the music program. Instead of formal concerts, we produce three "Exhibits" a year, focusing on exposing the process of learning music to the community. Our ideal candidate will demonstrate - a passion for teaching middle and high school students. - expertise with music curriculum and pedagogy including curriculum planning and assessment. - experience teaching a variety of music genres and instruments in a group setting. - proficiency in teaching a range of skills such as reading standard notation in the classical tradition, as well as improvisational techniques for contemporary styles such as blues and jazz. - proficiency in arranging for various instrumentation formats. - the ability to differentiate instruction for various learning styles and skill levels. - excellent musicianship and artistry as a performer. - the ability to hold students to high performance standards. - the ability to showcase the department at school-wide events and strong public speaking skills. - strong interpersonal, organizational, and management skills. Additional things to know - We take cleaning and building safety seriously, you can feel confident in an attentive and flexible - Generous Benefits (Health, Dental and more) For more information visit our website model of work that prioritizes our community health at every step. - Breakfast and lunch provided, as well as coffee and snacks. - Free parking, and close to the green line T To apply please go to: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=9250&clientkey=EB3BC2C999CF3168F3E9A59D85CC80E9
FT NULL Beaver Country Day School Chestnut Hill MA NULL NULL 2021-01-22 2021-05-15
1455 Substitute K-4 Music Teacher (REMOTE) The Belmont Public Schools are seeking a 10-week substitute K-4 music teach... more
The Belmont Public Schools are seeking a 10-week substitute K-4 music teacher for the Winn Brook School. The anticipated start date for this position will be in early February. All music classes are currently being taught remotely, and there is very little chance of that changing during the time of this substitute assignment. Teaching could involve live lessons via Google Meets with up to 20 students per lesson, OR the creation of video lessons that would be posted for students on a weekly basis. Unit plans and lesson structures will be provided for the substitute teacher, but we would welcome a candidate who is interested in creating their own lessons based upon the frameworks provided to them. Interested candidates should contact Arto Asadoorian, aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us and begin an application at https://www.belmont.k12.ma.us/bps/Home/Human-Resources/Employment-Opportunities.
FT NULL Winn Brook (K-4) Belmont MA Arto Asadoorian, Director of Visual & Performing Arts aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us 2021-01-08 2021-02-28
1454 Chamber Orchestra Conductor (Remote) The Conductor will lead the Chamber Orchestra, Community Music Center of Bo... more
The Conductor will lead the Chamber Orchestra, Community Music Center of Boston’s largest instrumental ensemble. The primary responsibilities include leading the rehearsals and direction of the ensemble, composed of students ranging from school age to adults. The Conductor selects the repertoire from a wide range of styles/composers and is encouraged to program repertoire that reflects the communities that we serve. The conductor is responsible for creating and fostering a warm, productive environment that makes students feel inspired, motivated, and welcome. Bilingual speakers (Spanish, Mandarin, or Cantonese) are highly encouraged to apply. Status: Part Time (Saturday Afternoons 4:00PM – 5:30PM) ONLINE Start Date: Saturday, January 09 2021 Reports to: Senior Director of the Community Music School at CMCB and the Ensemble and Chamber Music Faculty Instructional Lead Works Closely With: Community Music School Coordinator, Chief Programming Officer, and Registration Staff RESPONSIBILITIES General - Be knowledgeable about CMCB’s mission, vision, values, and policies - Teach students according to curricular guidelines Specific -Select accessible and diverse repertoire for a chamber orchestra of various ages and experience levels -Assist with recruitment, retention, and ensemble management & development -Conduct weekly rehearsals, currently on Saturdays (ONLINE) from 4:00PM – 5:30PM, aided by an assistant conductor. -Prepare the Chamber Orchestra to perform in typically three live concerts throughout the year (in the remote learning space, the Chamber Orchestra is preparing Online Recording Projects to share with our community) -Accurately update and maintain attendance sheets and communicate with students and front office staff when multiple student absences occur -Work with Registrar on resolving scheduling conflicts -Maintain open and regular communication with parents and students to support educational progress -Contact students/parents regarding any unexpected absences Communication and Participation -Attend paid departmental meetings and annual all-faculty meeting/orientations as scheduled -Participate in departmental events, competitions, recitals, and concerts and encourage students to attend -Participate and assist in annual ensemble auditions -Communicate clearly with Front Office regarding teaching schedule -Respond to requests from CMCB staff in a timely manner Qualifications: Essential -A Bachelor’s degree in music performance or education with knowledge in the field of conducting or equivalent experience -A minimum of 2 years teaching experience -Must have experience working with diverse populations of students -The successful candidate will have a commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion as pedagogical and professional values -Knowledge of Zoom and the Google Suite – ongoing training is provided in this area -Comfortability with leading an ensemble through online platforms such as Zoom and Rehearsal Live Share -Ability to teach group classes composed of a diverse range of ages -Availability on Saturdays: 4:00PM-5:30PM -Knowledge in a diverse range of styles preferred (i.e. Classical, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Folk, and/or Popular Music) -Fluent score-reading in treble, alto, and bass clefs; knowledge of music theory including, but not limited to, meters, key signatures, and transcription -Ability to motivate and/or inspire others -Excellent interpersonal skills (engaging and professional) -Effective communication with others -Demonstrated ability to actively listen to and learn from others Preferred -Bilingual (Spanish, Mandarin, or Cantonese) skills are a plus but not required -Arranging skills are a plus but not required How To Apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter (ATTN: Michael Depasquale, Senior Director of the Community Music School) to jobs@cmcb.org. Application deadline is December 20th, 2020. Please, no phone calls or walk-ins. About this Organization: Community Music Center of Boston is an arts education nonprofit founded in 1910, with a mission to transform lives by providing equitable access to excellent music education and arts experiences. Over 4,000 students participate in our programs every week. We are proud to act as the largest external provider of arts education to the Boston Public Schools, supporting rigorous, relevant, and culturally-responsive musical instruction for one of the most diverse school districts in the nation. CMCB's Community Music School Division offers lessons, group classes, ensembles, and early childhood programming at our headquarters in Boston's South End. Our Community Engagement Programs operate in partnership with a dozen public schools, a dozen social service agencies, and a variety of community centers, housing developments, and charter schools, supporting programs throughout virtually every neighborhood in Boston, in-school, after-school, and in the summer. Community Music Center of Boston is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Community Music Center of Boston policy prohibits discrimination and harassment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age (40 or over), disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, parental status, political affiliation, union membership, genetic information, or history of participation in the Equal Employment Opportunity process, grievance procedure, or any authorized complaint procedure.
NULL PT Community Music Center of Boston Boston Massachusetts Michael Depasquale jobs@cmcb.org 2020-11-23 2020-12-22
1453 Teaching Artist in Boston Elementary School H+H seeks a practicing, professional artist to educate, inspire, and engage... more
H+H seeks a practicing, professional artist to educate, inspire, and engage students in weekly music classes beginning in January 2021. Students are in grades K0-2 at the Michael J. Perkins School in South Boston. The successful candidate has a strong background in the major elementary general music methodologies; approaches their work with equity at the core and a desire to decolonize the music classroom; prioritizes singing and the development of the voice in their teaching practice; and is well-versed in elementary level repertoire and materials. The Teaching Artist engages students in developing basic music literacy skills, experiencing the joy of music through active participation and hands-on learning activities, and exposure to live music performance by professional musicians. This comprehensive approach to music education, delivered through a structured, student-centered curriculum and live music performance by professional artists, provides exciting enhancements to the school's dynamic culture, and supports the social, emotional, academic, and artistic growth of its students from an early age. The Teaching Artist teaches six (6) classes weekly during the school day. Classes occur on Mondays and instruction takes place with the classroom teacher present. All instruction is remote under the current guidelines from Boston Public Schools. 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. Experience with remote instruction is desirable. Collegiate study in music and/or education and excellent musicianship skills. Vocal/choral artists are especially encouraged to apply. A working knowledge of or training in First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfege are beneficial but not required. Experience teaching in an ABA-based classroom or other special education setting desirable. 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 positive attitude extremely important. Sensitivity to, appreciation for, and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of students. Fluency in Spanish, Cape Verdean, Vietnamese, Haitian, or Mandarin is desirable. Authentic interest in advocacy for music education and the Handel and Haydn Society. Duties: Deliver curriculum and instruction in music literacy and singing that is culturally relevant, joyful, and challenging over the 2020-21 academic year per calendar set by the Perkins School and H+H administrations. Instruction occurs through the end of the school year, as determined by Boston Public Schools. Maintain lesson plans and collaborate with classroom teachers to incorporate themes from other areas of the students' learning as much as possible. Maintain a weekly journal to record anecdotal data on program developments and student performance and develop relevant tools for measurement and assessment that are useful in evaluating student progress and effectiveness of teaching practice. Attend school celebrations, special events, meetings and other functions deemed necessary by the Perkins School and H+H 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.
NULL PT Handel and Haydn Society Boston MA Emily Reed ereed@handelandhaydn.org 2020-11-18 2020-12-05
1452 Middle School Chorus, Drama and General Music The Watertown Public Schools has a year long vacancy for a Middle School Ch... more
The Watertown Public Schools has a year long vacancy for a Middle School Chorus, Drama and General Music Teacher. This position is fully remote. An ideal candidate would be a certified educator with experience using digital platforms for engagement and active participation. Come and be part of a wonderfully supportive community and gain valuable experience in music/arts education. Candidates with diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged.
FT NULL Watertown Middle School Watertown Massachusetts Richard G. Saunders, Fine, Applied and Performing Arts Director richard.saunders@watertown.k12.ma.us 2020-11-18 2020-12-24
1451 2020-2021 Early Hiring Pool for the Boston Public Schools The Boston Public Schools will be publishing various music teacher openings... more
The Boston Public Schools will be publishing various music teacher openings in March for the 2021-2022 school year. Consider submitting your application for the early hiring pool! Grade spans and specific music content areas will not be known until the positions are posted in March. https://bostonpublicschools.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=20192 ABOUT THIS JOB POSTING This job posting is for all individuals interested in teaching positions in the Boston Public Schools in the 2021-2022 school year. By submitting your application to this posting, you have the opportunity to participate in our virtual pre-screening interview process with an opportunity to be a part of the district’s priority candidate pool. School leaders will have early access to the candidates in this pool, enabling them to reach out to interested candidates prior to the official district posting of jobs in March 2021.
FT NULL Boston Public Schools Boston MA Anthony Beatrice abeatrice2@bostonpublicschools.org 2020-11-12 2021-03-01
1364 Private Violin teacher for after school program The Marlboro Public School district is currently seeking a violin/viola ins... more
The Marlboro Public School district is currently seeking a violin/viola instructor for our after school private lesson program. Private lessons are held at the high school. Ideal candidate should have experience teaching middle school to high school aged students. Please send resume to Angie Crockwell acrockwell@mps-edu.org
NULL PT Marlborough Public Schools Marlborough MA Angie Crockwell acrockwell@mps-edu.org 2020-02-03 2022-03-01