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NMMI is a state-supported, co-educational college preparatory high
school and junior college, complete with Junior and Senior ROTC programs. With a Corps of Cadets numbering up to 1000 young men and women, NMMI provides an accredited college preparatory curriculum on the high school level and currently developing a new middle school. NMMI offers small class sizes, a diverse student body, curricular rigor and intellectual freedom, development and leadership opportunities, and excellent pay and benefits.
The Faculty-Choir Director promotes the mission of NMMI, particularly the academic goals of a liberal arts education through the development of critical thinking, communication, and acquisition of knowledge through performance and collaborative platforms. The Faculty-Choir Director reports to academic and corps leadership on campus. On the academic side, the Faculty–Choir Director reports directly to the department chair of Art, Music, and Philosophy as it concerns academic responsibilities, academic-related support, faculty development, and course-credit earning music performances. This is a 9.5-month, full-time, exempt position. The salary range is $50,000.00 to $94,600.00. The job description is available upon request.
The NMMI Choir Director will teach five courses per semester comprising a combination of high school and college in the academic discipline of Choir, Vocal Ensemble, and Music Appreciation. Responsibilities for Music faculty include contributing to the ongoing development of course syllabus in accordance with the prescribed format used in the Humanities Division.
Choir Director must have:
*Master’s degree in music discipline is required, or a master’s degree in an equivalent field, with a minimum of eighteen hours of graduate coursework in the Music discipline.
*Experience with Choir recruitment and retention.
*Teaching experience at both the high school and collegiate levels to include full-time, adjunct, or graduate teaching assistant positions.
*Teaching experience in numerous areas of Choir and Music, including Concert Choir, Vocal Ensemble, and Voice Training.
Band/Marching Band/Orchestra Teacher
Ponderosa High School
Ponderosa High School is hiring for the 2023-24 school year. Ponderosa is a school of 1400 students and growing in Douglas County School District. The teaching position includes Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, Orchestra, Guitar, Music Theory. Additional stipends are included for Marching Band, Orchestra, and optional support of the spring musical pit. Retired teachers seeking a 110 will be considered.
Please reach out directly to Activities Director/Assistant Principal Natalie Garcia
email@example.com or 303-669-5620.