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Music Teachers

We're growing! Baltimore School of Music is currently expanding for the 2018-2019 school year and is looking for additional teachers. Join a growing music school and a great community!

 

 

VOICE, VIOLIN TEACHER

START DATE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2018
LOCATION: 4200 ST PAUL ST, BALTIMORE, MD 21218
Job type: Part-time, contractor

Baltimore School of Music is a community music school located near the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University and uses the facilities at Second Presbyterian Church (4200 St Paul St, Baltimore, MD 21218). Baltimore School of Music is dedicated to finding professional music teachers who are passionate about music education for students of all ages and abilities.

Responsibilities

Baltimore School of Music is looking for voice and cello instructors to teach 2-3 days a week of private, one-on-one 30-, 45-, and 60-minute music lessons to kids, teens, and adults of all skill levels. Teachers will be required to do some minor paperwork, scheduling, and other tasks as required to run a successful studio.

Qualifications

  • Passion for Music Education
  • Minimum Bachelor in Music or related field (Master preferred)
  • 2 Years Teaching Experience
  • Available 2-3 days a week
  • Consistent schedule
  • Ability to communicate effectively and quickly
  • Pass a background check

    Music Teacher Expectations

    • Actively work to maintain their student population as well as promote their studio to prospective students
    • Independent worker with strong communication skills
    • Schedule make-up lessons and communicate school policies with students and parents
    • Provide the highest quality music education through traditional and modern pedagogy
    • Participate in and promote school wide events such as student recitals, community events, other school activities
    • Adapt their teaching and curriculum to the needs of each student

    Music Teacher Perks

    • Teach in a collaborative environment with the preeminent community music school in the area
    • Dedicated administrative support to help enrolling new students, processing payments, and scheduling
    • School sponsored performance opportunities, including student recitals, community events, and collaborative concerts with other organizations
    • Opportunities to collaborate with other music teachers through school events and concerts
    • Marketing, publicity, and visibility on Baltimore School of Music’s website, social media, advertising, and publications
    • Baltimore School of Music Teaching Grant - awarded every year for teachers to pursue music education 
    • Growth opportunities and performance-based compensation raises

    TO APPLY: PLEASE SUBMIT ONLINE APPLICATION. NO PHONE CALLS OR EMAILS, PLEASE.

     

     

    SUBSTITUTE MUSIC TEACHER

    START DATE: VARIOUS
    Date/time: as needed
    LOCATION: 4200 ST PAUL ST, BALTIMORE, MD 21218
    Job type: contractor

    Baltimore School of Music is a community music school located near the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University and uses the facilities at Second Presbyterian Church (4200 St Paul St, Baltimore, MD 21218). Baltimore School of Music is dedicated to finding professional music teachers who are passionate about music education for students of all ages and abilities.

    Responsibilities

    Baltimore School of Music is looking for substitute teachers of all instruments to teach private, one-on-one 30-, 45-, and 60-minute music lessons to kids, teens, and adults of all skill levels. Baltimore School of Music maintains a list of vetted substitute teachers to fill in when a regular teacher isn't available. There is no set schedule, dates, or time commitments for this position.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Music (preferred)
    • 1 Year of Teaching Experience
    • Excellent Communication Skills
    • High Level of Professionalism
    • All substitute teachers must pass a background check


    TO APPLY: PLEASE SUBMIT ONLINE APPLICATION. NO PHONE CALLS OR EMAILS, PLEASE.