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1217 Private Cello Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2019-08-28 2019-07-14
1216 Private Flute Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2019-08-28 2019-07-14
1215 Private Trumpet Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthyexperiences.com 2019-09-25 2019-07-14
1214 Private Piano Instructor Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Wil... more
Qualifications: - A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in your discipline - Willingness to teach students of a wide range of ages - A minimum of 1 year of teaching experience - Must have own transportation, as there is no public transportation nearby - Professional performance experience a plus - Ability and desire to balance fun with learning - Instructor should love working with children - Instructor will be energetic, engaging, and have a sense of humor - Instructor will have excellent time management skills, have creative lesson plans - Timely and responsive work ethic- Willingness to support students in prepping for informal and formal recitals, competitions, festivals, auditions, etc. as appropriate- Ability to clear a background check - Minimum of one-day dedicated weekday to teaching our students
NULL PT Note-worthy Experiences Music Studio Sudbury MA Renee Bordner rbordner@note-worthy@experiences.com 2019-08-29 2019-07-14
1212 High School Chorus Director - LTS The Belmont Public Schools are seeking a full-year (long-term substitute) C... more
The Belmont Public Schools are seeking a full-year (long-term substitute) Choral Director to lead the Belmont High School chorus program for the duration of the 2019-20 school year. This is a 0.8 FTE position that also includes over $9,000 in extra-comp teaching assignments. The choruses at Belmont High School perform a wide variety of challenging repertoire at a high level. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach music in a well-established program in a community that places a high value on music education. Teaching responsibilities for this position include: - BHS Chamber Singers (auditioned chorus) - BHS Chorale (non-auditioned chorus) - Grade 5 Vocal Music (collaborative teaching with middle school chorus director) - Additional middle school chorus support or classroom music (one period per day) - BHS Jazz Choir (extra-comp, once per week after school) - BHS Madrigal Singers (extra-comp, oncer per week after school) - BHS A Cappella Groups (extra-comp, once per week after school) - Other extra-comp positions may be available The BHS Chorus Director is assisted by a faculty accompanist for most rehearsals during the school day. Interested candidates can apply online at www.belmont.k12.ma.us/bps/Home/Human-Resources/Employment-Opportunities. For more information, e-mail Arto Asadoorian (Director of Visual & Performing Arts). aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us
NULL PT Belmont High School Belmont MA Arto Asadoorian, Director of Visual & Performing Arts aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us 2019-08-30 2019-07-09
1211 Music Director St Gabriel’s Episcopal Church is looking for a versatile, committed, and en... more
St Gabriel’s Episcopal Church is looking for a versatile, committed, and enthusiastic musician to serve as Director of Music and Organist; if necessary, the job may be split between two people. St Gabriel’s is a parish of 300 families located in a beautiful seaside community in southeastern Massachusetts that takes immense pride and joy in its music program. St. Gabriel’s offers two Sunday services that feature music as a central component of worship. Our adult choir of approximately 20 singers leads the music for the 10 am Sunday service from September through early June as well as other various services. We value our beautiful Episcopal liturgical traditions, but also enjoy singing music from a variety of other traditions. The Director of Music will be responsible for coordinating and managing the music program of St. Gabriel’s. We seek someone who brings energy, passion, skill, and creativity in helping our community continue the music ministry for the benefit of our worshiping community, as well as the building up of the larger community. The ideal candidate will value personal relationships, encouragement, and humor; possess musical skills as an organist and choral director; possess a knowledge of choral music across style periods, and be open to exploring a diverse repertoire; will be able to encourage and empower talented musicians within the parish to offer their gifts; have demonstrated ability to creatively and collaboratively work with staff and volunteers; have an understanding and appreciation for a variety of liturgical styles; and the capability to manage a program budget and other administrative responsibilities required for the production of worship materials and communications. Job Description and Essential Requirements Start Date: Aug 2019 Position Reports to: Rector Schedule: Part time - 15 hours per week, scheduled as needed throughout the year to support the music program. St. Gabriel’s will provide the Director of Music with 1 week of ¬¬¬¬paid time off for continuing education in the profession, and a stipend for associated expenses. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: In partnership with the Rector and the Worship Committee, plan the music program; plan hymns for services, ensuring diversity; plan choral anthems for services, ensuring diversity and various genres to meet the needs and skills of all involved; attend monthly Worship Committee meetings, and meet with the Rector at least once per week; serve as organist for regular and special liturgies (8:00 am service and 10:00 am service with choir); serve as Choir Director; conduct at least one 90-minute choir rehearsal per week (September to early June); be present on Sundays from 7:45 a.m. until noon to play for the 8:00 service, rehearse, direct the music for the 10:00am Eucharist, and interact with members of the congregation during the fellowship hour. Compensation: negotiated on an annual basis as determined by the needs and resources of St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church. The Association of Anglican Musicians shall serve as a compensation benchmark. Parish instruments include 2 organs – a two-manual Wicks pipe organ with 3 ranks, and a three-manual Allen Renaissance Electric Organ with MIDI; 2 pianos – a Chickering baby grand piano and a Yamaha grand, plus a Yamaha electric keyboard. The church also has a 3-octave set of Malmark handbells and various percussion instruments. Education: A college degree in music is preferred. Must complete the Episcopal Church’s “Safeguarding God’s Children” course. Skills Necessary: • Strong proficiency in organ and piano performance, specifically in service playing. • Accomplished choral conducting skill for ensembles and large groups. • Ability to motivate, challenge, and inspire singers of various ages and experience. • Knowledge of current liturgy and worship practices. • Ability to plan and lead a music program. • Excellent written and oral communication skills. • Good teamwork and interpersonal skills. Preferred Experience: a minimum of three years in a similar position, with a focus on leading a church music ministry. The job description for the Director of Music is not meant to be an all-inclusive statement of the duties and responsibilities of the position listed above. Other reasonable duties may be required from time to time. There may also be a possibility to increase the job responsibilities to include a handbell choir and/or a children’s music program for additional remuneration. Please send resumé and cover letter to eloisecasi@aol.com. Recordings of organ and/or choral performances are also welcome.
NULL PT St Gabriel's Episcopal Church Marion MA Amy Casi eloisecasi@aol.com 2019-09-27 2019-07-09
1203 After-School Flute Teacher Westwood Prodigy Program -Flute Teacher Job Description Responsibilities: ... more
Westwood Prodigy Program -Flute Teacher Job Description Responsibilities: • Teach weekly music lessons in a private or semi-private format (2 students in a group) • Establish and maintain a schedule of lessons • Maintain accurate records of lessons taken by each student • 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 • Possess sufficient skills to perform and demonstrate performance techniques • 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 instrumental music • Ability to assess student progress and engage students through varied repertoire, technical exercises, and other creative activities • Possess appropriate communication skills to relate to students and parents positively and effectively Schedule: • Teachers will establish their own schedules directly with students and parents. • Lessons will be held at Westwood High School or a neighboring school. • Lessons are typically scheduled weekdays between 2:30-8:00 PM. • Students typically register for 30 weekly lessons. The teaching schedule follows the regular public school schedule. • Teachers are also responsible for coordinating a Spring Recital with students (additional compensation provided). Please email resumes to: Joel Yennior, Westwood Prodigy Program Coordinator jyennior@westwood.k12.ma.us https://prodigyprogram.org/
NULL PT Westwood Prodigy Program Westwood MA Joel Yennior jyennior@westwood.k12.ma.us 2019-08-30 2019-06-27
1202 After-School Piano Teacher Westwood Prodigy Program - Piano Teacher Job Description Responsibilities:... more
Westwood Prodigy Program - Piano Teacher Job Description Responsibilities: • Teach weekly private music lessons to students in grades 2-12 (piano students will primarily be at a beginning or intermediate level). • Establish and maintain a schedule of lessons • Maintain accurate records of lessons taken by each student • 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 • Possess sufficient skills to perform and demonstrate performance techniques • 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 instrumental music • Ability to assess student progress and engage students through varied repertoire, technical exercises, and other creative activities • Possess appropriate communication skills to relate to students and parents positively and effectively Schedule: • Teachers will establish their own schedules directly with students and parents. • Lessons will be held at Westwood High School or a neighboring school. • Lessons are typically scheduled weekdays between 2:30-8:00 PM. • Students will register for 30 weekly lessons. The lesson term follows the public school calendar. • Teachers are also responsible for coordinating a Spring Recital with students (additional compensation provided).
NULL PT Westwood Prodigy Program Westwood MA Joel Yennior jyennior@westwood.k12.ma.us 2019-08-30 2019-06-27
1200 Community String Project Youth Orchestra Director The Community String Project, in it's 10th year of providing "affordable an... more
The Community String Project, in it's 10th year of providing "affordable and accessible string instruction" is seeking a director for our youth orchestra. Interested candidates must have strong technical string instrument and conducting skills as well as an engaging personality for middle school students. The class meets Tuesday's and Thursdays from 6-6:50 PM at the First Congregational Church in Bristol and pays $42.50 for each class meeting ($85/week). The CSP Youth Orchestra is a great developing group that has undergone tremendous growth over the past few years. This year they earned a rating of "Superior" at RIMEA Orchestra Festival and out of 23 students in the group, 19 went to RIMEA Solo and Ensemble Festival, receiving "Excellent" or "Superior" ratings. We also had two members in the Jr. All-State Orchestra this year. Here are some video clips of our recent spring concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFmkqSqWwtc&list=PLkAqWFjPrIVgXwBGWTCMuDerWOSylBTcr&index=3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hj1Px7Vz_C0&list=PLkAqWFjPrIVgXwBGWTCMuDerWOSylBTcr&index=4 For more about the Community String Project you may go to www.communitystringproject.org. Interested parties may contact me at the below email and number. Best, Alan 401-500-1243 alan@communitystringproject.org
NULL PT Community String Project Bristol RI Alan Bernstein, Executive Director alan@communitystringproject.org 2019-09-02 2019-06-25
1190 Piano Accompanist The accompanist for the Belmont music department works primarily with the h... more
The accompanist for the Belmont music department works primarily with the high school and middle school choruses, and occasionally with the K-4 music teachers to accompany concerts. This is a 19 hour/week position, $28/hour. The accompanist schedule is worked out between the accompanist the the high school/middle school chorus directors. Interested candidates should contact Arto Asadoorian, Director of Visual and Performing Arts, aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us.
NULL PT Belmont High School/Chenery Middle School Belmont MA Arto Asadoorian, VPA Director aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us 2019-08-30 2019-06-17
1189 Colorguard Instructor The colorguard instructor works with the BHS Marching Band Director, Assist... more
The colorguard instructor works with the BHS Marching Band Director, Assistant Marching Band Director and Drum Line Instructor with about 100 student members of the BHS Marauder Marching Band - a volunteer, non-competitive marching band. Responsibilities of the Colorguard instructor include: - Choreographing guard work in collaboration with the drill writer/assistant marching band director - Teach guard fundamentals and skills to members of the colorguard (5-10 students) - Be present for Marching Band Camp, Aug. 26-30, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM - Weekly rehearsals (Tues/Thurs in September, once per week Oct.-Nov.) The Marauder Marching Band is a positive, high-energy group of students and educators who love what they do. The band performs at all home Belmont HS football games, Friday evenings at 6 PM. The stipend for this work is $1,839. Please contact Arto Asadoorian (Director of Visual and Performing Arts) if you are interested in learning more about this opportunity.
NULL PT Belmont High School Belmont MA Arto Asadoorian, VPA Director aasadoorian@belmont.k12.ma.us 2019-08-23 2019-06-17
1177 String Instructor Covenant Christian Academy is seeking qualified professionals to teach... more
Covenant Christian Academy is seeking qualified professionals to teach music lessons during and/or after school hours as part of our music lesson program. The candidate for this position should hold a Bachelor’s degree in music performance or equivalent music degree and have had experience teaching music in their area of expertise. The candidate will possess competency to engage in our distinctly Christian and Classical model with a passion for teaching music in a variety of approaches, styles, and formats. We are especially looking for candidates willing to commit to two years or more of teaching in order to maintain stability and consistency in the program. The following positions are being sought: -Cello Instructor -String Ensemble Instructor - Beginner and Intermediate Levels -Violin Instructor These positions are paid at a rate of $25.00 per half hour lesson with no benefits. Students are guaranteed a total of 28 lessons during the school year. A comprehensive schedule would be provided. Some measure of flexibility in scheduling can be arranged, however we are looking for the final candidate to be at school at least one to two days per week, potentially more depending on student interest. Candidates must be willing to sign CCA’s Statement of Faith and Core Values. Must maintain the highest Christian virtue and personal decorum, serving as a Christian role model and mentor both in and out of school, to students, parents, fellow faculty members and employees in judgment, dignity, respect, and Christian living. Contact Person: Lisa Coleman, Director of Fine Arts lisa.coleman@ccamail.org Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and professional resume (showing no gaps in employment). Submit requested materials to: Lisa Coleman, Director of Fine Arts lisa.coleman@ccamail.org Covenant Christian Academy 83 Pine Street, West Peabody, MA 01960
NULL PT Covenant Christian Academy Peabody MA Lisa Coleman lisa.coleman@ccamail.org 2019-08-30 2019-06-04
1176 Fourth and Fifth Grade Music Teacher - Starting School Year 2019-2020 4th/5th Grade Music Teacher - After School Music Lesson Adminstrator: Hours... more
4th/5th Grade Music Teacher - After School Music Lesson Adminstrator: Hours 11-4:30, M-F https://resources.finalsite.net/images/v1553800571/footeschoolorg/um3qz42cqyji9r616v8e/MusicTeacher2019.pdf
NULL PT The Foote School New Haven Connecticut Silvia Gee employmentinquiries@footeschool.org 2019-08-31 2019-06-04
1168 Music Director - Merrimack Valley Philharmonic Position Announcement: Music Director of the Merrimack Valley Philharmonic ... more
Position Announcement: Music Director of the Merrimack Valley Philharmonic Orchestra The Orchestra The Merrimack Valley Philharmonic Orchestra is a community orchestra made up of both professional and amateur musicians. Our mission is to provide performance and listening opportunities of quality orchestral music to the Merrimack Valley, as well as to nurture both student and adult musicians. After 56 seasons in Massachusetts, we now begin our third year performing at the Timberlane Performing Arts Center in Plaistow, NH. Our vision is to have the orchestra grow in both size and skill. We want to increase our audience base here in southern NH, and continue to include student soloist and orchestral playing opportunities. We rehearse on Monday nights, and perform three classical concerts in October/November; March; and May; as well as a December Holiday concert. Most concerts feature a soloist and the Holiday concert a student soloist. The Position The Music Director will: • Conduct Monday rehearsals plus the Thursday night and Saturday morning dress rehearsals prior to each concert. If indisposed, arrange for a substitute to conduct rehearsal. • Conduct all four concerts: October/November; December; March; and May. • Attend monthly Board meetings held on the third Tuesday of every month, and work with the Board of Directors in all matters that the Board deems necessary. • Be responsible for programming the season in conjunction with the Program Committee. • Attend community outreach functions, such as Fundraising events, pre-Concert talks, masterclasses, etc. • Attend auditions. • Be a creative influence. The ideal candidate will: • Possess exceptional musicianship. • Have good conducting skills. • Display exceptional communication skills with both the musicians and the Board. • Be able to program to the skill level of the orchestra. • Possess the ability to coach musicians of varying skill levels. • Encourage each musician to reach their highest musical potential. Compensation Questions about compensation will be answered upon request. Audition Process • We will be accepting applications until October 15, 2019. The applicants will be screened through applications, references, and review of videos if applicable. • Semifinalists will be selected and interviewed prior to November 22, 2019. • January audition rehearsals will take place during the first two weeks of January 2020, depending on availability of the TPAC. • Finalists will conduct either the March 8, 2020 concert cycle, or the May 17, 2020 concert cycle. • The new Music Director will be announced by May 22, 2020. Directions for Applying Applications will be accepted up until October 15, 2019. Applications should be emailed to MVPOSearch@gmail.com and should include: • Cover letter (can be in the body of the email) from the candidate including what makes him/her uniquely ideal to lead our community orchestra, including programming philosophy . • CV including previous repertoire conducted by the candidate. • Names and contact information of three professional references. • Link to video recordings of rehearsals and concerts conducted by the candidate are helpful. • Please direct all additional questions to MVPOSearch@gmail.com.
NULL PT Timberlane Regional High School Plaistow NH Jim Dolham hamishsin@verizon.net 2019-10-15 2019-05-30
1164 Music Director: Zion Lutheran Church Position Title Music Director Supervisor Reports to Chair of “Worship & Mu... more
Position Title Music Director Supervisor Reports to Chair of “Worship & Music” Committee (“W&M”) Estimated Hours 10 - 12 hours/week Compensation $ 12,500.00 per annum (paid bi-weekly) Other Benefits Vacation to be negotiated Start Date ASAP Position Overview The Music Director is an integral part of our church’s life and will serve as the central coordinator of the musical gifts which people in the congregation have to offer. The position includes the following duties and responsibilities: Weekly: 1. Arrange for and prepare appropriate choral, vocal and instrumental music at services. 2. Play the organ and/or piano for all Sunday and seasonal (midweek) worship services. The ZLC regular worship schedule presently consists of a single Sunday service at 10:00am each week. 3. Select and acquire pieces and instruct and direct the senior choir in one rehearsal in preparation for worship services each Sunday, September-June and for seasonal worship services throughout the Church year. 4. Provide music information for the weekly bulletin to the parish administrator by Wednesday of each week. 5. Meet with the Pastor as necessary. 6. Other duties as may be assigned by the Pastor or W&M. Monthly: 1. Plan and select hymns and complementary music, in consultation with the Pastor and W&M, for all Sunday and seasonal worship services, such as Advent/Christmas/Epiphany, Ash Wednesday, Lenten mid-week and Holy Week/Easter. 2. Attend W&M meetings (first Sunday of each month). 3. Periodically provide articles for each issue of the monthly newsletter. Ongoing: 1. Recruit, educate, and rehearse musicians for choirs and solo/ensemble instrumental music. 2. Develop and support the choirs and other church musicians within the congregation 3. Participate with W&M in the development of a proposal for the annual budget for the music program and administer the music program within the budget guidelines, purchasing music supplies as needed. 3. Maintain and organize music in the music library. 4. Oversee maintenance of the church's musical instruments. 5. Play at weddings, wedding rehearsals and funerals as able (separately compensated); assist in arranging for other musicians when not available. 6. Develop professional competencies through regular practice, performance, participation in continuing education opportunities and reading professional publications. 7. Coordinate vacation, continuing education and sick time with the Pastor and/or W&M and arrange for substitute coverage.
NULL PT NULL Plymouth MA James Doyle jjdoyle@verizon.net 2019-12-31 2019-05-28
1163 Training Choir Director South Shore Children’s Chorus Job Announcement Director of Training Choir: ... more
South Shore Children’s Chorus Job Announcement Director of Training Choir: Sharon Branch The South Shore Children’s Chorus (SSCC) is seeking a highly-qualified, dedicated, and passionate new team member as the Director for the Sharon Training Choir (singers in Kindergarten – 3rd grade.) SSCC is a community-based choral program made up of singers representing several different local cities and towns. SSCC was founded in 2016 in order to provide musical education and vocal training to students living in the South Shore communities and beyond. SSCC keeps the development and well-being of our students as our top priority, and aims to create a safe space and loving community for choristers to learn, to grow, and to find their own voice. Job Description This part-time position involves one weeknight rehearsal for our Sharon Training Choir on Tuesday evenings from 5:00pm-6:00pm. The SSCC calendar begins in September and runs through the end of May. The Sharon Training Choir Director will also be responsible for attending and co-conducting one “All Together” rehearsal per month with our Quincy TC Director on a Sunday afternoon, combining singers from each site. The Sharon Training Choir Director will be in attendance at all major Dress Rehearsals and Concerts. SSCC regularly produces an annual Winter Concert in January and Spring Concert in May, and occasionally participates in additional small performances throughout the year. Qualifications: • 3-5 years relevant teaching experience • Knowledge of/experience with Kodaly Method and Curwen hand signs • Excellent interpersonal skills with children ages 5-8 • Engaging, exciting teaching methods that inspire confident singers and young people • Knowledge and understanding of healthy and appropriate repertoire for the developing singer • Reliable transportation The ideal candidate has the following qualities: o A passion for growth in community music education in the South Shore of Massachusetts o A dedicated team player to join a tight-knit and passionate, but small, staff o A teacher who can foster a community within their ensemble, where social aspects bring students back week-to-week o Interest in helping a new organization grow and flourish by dedicating wholeheartedly and long-term to the organization o Understanding of children’s voices and healthy literature o Committed to working in tandem with our Quincy TC Director Compensation: $48/hour Application Requirements: Apply by June 20, 2019 Interested Applicants should e-mail a current resume and cover letter to Artistic Director Kirsten Oberoi at oberoi@sscchorus.org. Please include contact information for three references. The South Shore Children’s Chorus does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.
NULL PT South Shore Children's Chorus Sharon MA Kirsten Oberoi oberoi@sscchorus.org 2019-08-31 2019-05-27
1150 Middle and Elementary school Music teachers Springfield Public Schools (SPS), an urban school district in Western Massa... more
Springfield Public Schools (SPS), an urban school district in Western Massachusetts, is currently accepting applications and scheduling interviews for full-time and part-time music teaching positions at the elementary and middle school levels. SPS students represent a diverse group of cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds, bringing their rich perspectives, experiences and insights into the classroom. We celebrate our students’ unique abilities and encourage learning with a student-centered approach. Qualified candidates must have state certification, possess strong music content knowledge, a passion for teaching, excellent interpersonal skills, and solid classroom management abilities. Interested candidates should visit the Springfield Public Schools website: https://www.springfieldpublicschools.com/ and click on the employment tab on the black bar found at the top of the webpage.
FT NULL multiple positions, district-wide Springfield MA Julie Jaron, Director of Visual & Performing Arts jaronj@springfieldpublicschools.com 2019-10-31 2019-05-06
1141 piano, guitar, voice, strings teachers POSITION: Seeking DYNAMIC Music Teachers. Candidates with additional teachi... more
POSITION: Seeking DYNAMIC Music Teachers. Candidates with additional teaching skills in a secondary instrument (e.g., piano, guitar, voice, strings, etc.) will have increased success in maintaining 10-30 hours of weekly employment. LOCATION: Westborough MA; a community vibrant in the arts, education and sports. ABOUT US: In its 15th year of business, New England Music Academy prides itself in excellence, providing instruction for students in the areas of piano, voice, guitar, strings, woodwinds, brass, early childhood music, beginner music classes and more. We average 10 instructors whom are university trained, exceptional and dedicated individuals. Our schedule allows for faculty to take summers off or work through to secure solid year-round income. HOURS: Monday – Thursday 3:00 – 8:00pm; Friday – 3:00 – 7:00 pm; Saturday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm; DESCRIPTION OF POSITION: Availability to instruct at least 5-10 hours of private and group instruction. Encourage regular student performance opportunities on behalf of the academy. Participate in academy events (e.g. student recitals, student festivals, student performances, academy events, etc.). QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent) in Music, preferable Piano and/or Music Education with 2-3 years prior teaching experience. Skills: Role model, integrity, charisma, superb communicator, patient, encouraging, reinforcing. SALARY: Commensurate with training and experience, retention, quality of instruction, number of students and demonstrated student progress. START DATE: Immediate Openings to assume students on waiting list and Fall 2019 openings CONTACT: Send resume, three letters of recommendation, supporting credentials, philosophy on teaching to info(at)NEMusicAcademy(dot)com No phone calls please.
NULL PT New England Music Academy Westborough MA Deanna info@NEmusicAcademy.com 2019-08-31 2019-04-17
1103 Chorus Director Island Grove Chorus is a women's a cappella chorus. NULL PT NULL Abington Ma Mary O'Loughlin mary.oloughlin2@gmail.com 2019-09-01 2019-02-19