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Posted 4/16/2024

Cabrini Teaching Fellows is a three-year postgraduate fellowship that exists to contribute to Catholic school renewal in the Archdiocese of Denver.

Fellows will be part of a supportive, spirit-driven formation community that will assist in individual growth, equip them with tools for success, and provide a life in community.

Fellows are recent college graduates who will spend three years teaching in the Archdiocese of Denver to aid in the renewal of the Catholic faith within mission-aligned schools. Fellows will not only serve as exemplary role models for their students but also acquire invaluable life skills, training, and personal growth opportunities that will enable them to flourish both during their three-year tenure and in their lives beyond the fellowship.

Fellows do not need to have a teaching degree or experience in the classroom to apply.

Cabrini is currently looking for a K-8 general music teaching fellow.

Requirements for fellows:
Aspires to deepen their faith.
Is a recent college graduate.
Is currently residing in Colorado or those willing to relocate to the state.
Aims for a fulfilling career in teaching.
Is driven by a sense of purpose, a commitment to making a positive impact, and the pursuit of the good life.
Finds joy in contributing to the growth of others.
Values intellectual rigor.
Fosters the flourishing of both the human and professional person.
Radiates joy.
Longs to be an integral part of and contribute to community.
Seeks to do good, even if it demands discomfort.

Salary Range: $40,000 – $45,000

Benefits Offered:
Comprehensive and generous medical, dental, vision, and prescription coverage
Paid personal (2) and sick (10) leave per academic year
Pension plan
Employer-paid life insurance, short- and long-term disability
Voluntary life insurance

Please visit to apply.

Posted 4/11/2024

Thomas MacLaren School, a charter public school located centrally in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado, is accepting applications for Lower School Kodály music teachers for grades K through 5.

At MacLaren, music is not an elective or a “special” but is a central pillar in a rich, holistic, comprehensive liberal arts education that seeks to help students become more fully awake and alive to the world. Just as all of our Upper School students play a stringed instrument and have daily Orchestra, all of our elementary students have daily Kodály-concept music class. Lower School teachers enter into a community that deeply values music and the arts. They enjoy working with young people in an atmosphere of kindness and courtesy, and love to lead students in our pedagogy of learning for its own sake, not for a grade. At MacLaren, we don’t teach to the test—we teach.

MacLaren is an award-winning liberal arts school that has built a culture of wonder and rigor in grades K through 12. Led by a faculty of thinkers, musicians, mathematicians, writers, and scientists who constitute a true community of learners, our students follow a common curriculum in the arts, humanities, mathematics, and the sciences, with no tracking. These students have excelled both academically and artistically—setting, for example, the Colorado state record on the composite ACT, winning honors at the statewide orchestra competition, and being one of just two elementary choirs from across the state selected to perform at the CMEA conference. More importantly, they have done so in a warm, humane environment that seeks to give the very best education to every student who walks through our doors, regardless of race, gender, or family income. At MacLaren, we believe that all human beings—and thus even the youngest children—can know truth, create beauty, and practice goodness. We seek teachers who recognize the inherent dignity and specialness of childhood, and who are able to lead students in a culture of rigor and wonder.

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Posted 4/11/2024

Music/Choir/Acting Position at Steamboat Springs High School in Steamboat Springs, CO.

Please see full posting here:

Main duties – choir and general music classes (guitar, piano).

Posted 3/21/2024

Vocal and General Music Teacher at Denver Academy: Full Time

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Position Description: The Denver Academy Vocal and General Music teacher is responsible for oversight and responsibility for students, program, and day-to-day operations in the classroom and studio. The instructor is also responsible for communicating with parents; and acting as a liaison with other division classrooms and the rest of the DA community.

Requirements: Successful candidates will have a diverse music and vocal music background, with the ability to accompany on the piano during musical and choir rehearsals. We require a candidate who is passionate and knowledgeable about teaching music to a wide range of student abilities and age levels. Candidates must possess an innate understanding of the importance of collaboration, musical literacy, and performance within a well-rounded musical arts education. Candidates must have a passion for learning and teaching, be highly organized, and be able to maintain and manage daily teaching responsibilities, learning spaces, and
performance opportunities. Candidates must be able to direct and develop school choirs that vary in age and ability, as well as assume the role of musical director for the high school musical. Some evening and weekend responsibilities during performances and rehearsals.

Posted 3/20/2024

Voices Rock is hiring choir directors:
Are you a great singer, recent music school grad, mid-career professional (who sings passionately in the shower) or retiree wanting to re-engage with music? We are seeking local Denver vocal teachers, choir directors, and trained singers of all stripes to lead a choir of their choosing throughout Colorado – and beyond!

You will be right at home with a choir of your own, a chance to highlight your inner rock star, an opportunity to make a real impact on your community through your greatest passion: music.

Average 10-week session (1.25 hr weekly rehearsal) plus dress rehearsal and concert average pay is $1400. You will train with our Founder and Musical Director, Jill Teas by attending rehearsal ASAP.

Strong vocal skills
Piano skills (ability to play individual voice parts while singing) strongly desired.
Passion for music, singing, and community-building.
Strong music reading skills.
Willingness – nay, eagerness! – to direct a choir of singers who may have little to no musical experience and who may not read music.
Well-versed in rock, pop, and musical theater styles
Bachelor of Music degree preferred.
Willingness to recruit members
Previous experience directing a choir is a huge plus.
Availability for 3 hours a week, with evening flexibility in the 1-2 weeks leading up to a performance. Some extra hours may be required for prep, pre-concert rehearsal, and post-concert FUN!
This is an exciting and unique opportunity for the right candidates! Let’s change the world through music. Email us cover letter, sample of work (if it exists—if not—don’t worry), and resume/CV at We love questions! Can’t wait to hear from you!

Posted 3/10/2024

Calvary United Methodist Church ( is seeking an Organist/Accompanist for their growing, excellent Music Program. This is an opportunity to play the congregation’s recently installed, state of the art, Allen Organ. Pay commensurate with experience. Job description available upon request.

Posted 2/28/2024

LAMAR SCHOOL DISTRICT RE-2 is looking for a motivated individual to join our dedicated music team.
Approximate Start Date 8-5-2024
Starting Salary Range: $38,135 to $69,019
4 Days a Week Monday-Thursday
QUALIFICATIONS: Colorado Teacher License with Appropriate Endorsement Required [hold or be eligible for]
Bilingual English/Spanish Individual Preferred
Application Material Requested:
1. Lamar Certified/Teacher Application [access on website/employment link]
2. Letter of Application
3. Resume
4. Copy of Colorado Teacher License
5. Transcripts
6. 3 Recent Professional Recommendation Letter
Submit application materials to:
Lamar School District Re-2 / Personnel Office/