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Part-time Elementary Orchestra Instructor
Immediate Opening – Part-time Elementary Orchestra Instructor for award-winning program in Douglas County administered by the Colorado Chamber Orchestra
Elementary beginning/intermediate Orchestra classes in Parker, CO. Classes run before and/or after school.
Please send resume and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The K-12 music teaching position includes elementary music, middle school band, high school strings, high school band and choir. Small class sizes allow a lot of one on one interaction.
Job Summary: Come teach at the best place on earth. North Park offers many activities for the outdoor enthusiast. North Park School District consists of three schools under one roof. Class sizes are small, and our teachers work together to meet the needs of all our students. We value hard work and high standards of excellence.
Qualifications: Applicants must have a current Colorado Teaching Certificate in Music or be able to obtain one by the beginning of the school year.
Working Conditions: North Park is a great place to teach! North Park has a competitive benefit package and a four day school week. North Park pays for all years of teaching service. HOUSING IS NEGOTIABLE AS A PART OF THIS POSITION. We are a small isolated school district that serves around 194 students PK-12 with an average class size of 13. North Park itself is a rural ranching community that values education and hard work. The North Park School District has been Accredited With Distinction and the high school recently received the Governor’s Distinguished Improvement Award. North Park is an equal opportunity employer.
Please call North Park School District at (970)723-3300 to inquire about this position.
The vocal music department at Denver School of the Arts seeks a contract visiting artist position in voice.
The vocal department at Denver School of the Arts invites applications for a contract Visiting Artist in Voice position, with preference for a tenor, baritone, or bass, which will begin ASAP.
Denver School of the Arts is a comprehensive secondary arts magnet school (grades 6-12) in Denver Public Schools. In addition to a rigorous academic program, students engage in intensive studies in creative writing, dance, music, stagecraft and design, theatre, video cinema arts, and visual arts. DSA is committed to fostering a lifelong love of the arts in a culturally diverse, academically challenging environment.
Qualifications: A masters degree in music preferred along with a commensurate record of professional achievement, professional performances, and NATS membership detailed with student results and accomplishments. It is also preferred that the visiting artist have CCM background or experience.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
The search committee application review period begins ASAP.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
All job related inquiries from this posting should be directed to:
Meaghan Quigley, Director of Vocal Music-Denver School of the Arts, email@example.com
Application Materials Required: resume/full curriculum vitae, personal performance and repertoire list, performance reels of the visiting artist, a video of a teaching lesson demonstration of the artist working with a student of at least 20 minutes in length.
Selected candidates will be expected to interview, teach a vocal master class to students on campus and perform a few selections of differing genre for faculty and students.
Contract position at a competitive rate of $55/ hour during the school year. The on-campus schedule is created based on student needs and teacher availability.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
● Teach applied voice
● Perform on campus at required events
● Participate in Denver School of the Arts faculty activities which include master classes, performance classes, juries, vocal faculty meetings, retreats, etc.
● Classes, lessons, and demonstrations for the changing male voice
● Teach 2 weekly sections of music theory, diction, piano, aural skills, etc.
● Other duties/teaching as assigned based on the appointee’s strengths and department’s needs