The Concord Conservatory of Music is a vibrant non-profit community music school in the Metro-west Boston area with over 400 students. Lessons and group classes are offered to ages 4-95+ at all levels.
LOCATION: Concord, MA
HOURS: One afternoon and evening, additional day determined by need.
Flute Individual Instruction faculty is responsible for providing excellent music instruction to Concord Conservatory of Music Students. The teacher is responsible for music instruction, studio management, participation in the work of the winds department, including attending faculty meetings and engagement in the overall work and mission of the Concord Conservatory of Music.
· Maintain high standards of teaching excellence; including fostering a positive learning environment that is student-centered, establishing a good rapport with students and families, encouraging open discussion and creating a positive atmosphere.
· Support the artistic and educational development of each student by proactively recommending theirparticipation in the many educational programs that CCM offers to students. Many such programs will enhance the student’s experience and make their music education at CCM complete and meaningful.
· Create and prepare appropriate lesson and class materials that are in accordance with the given curriculum area.
· Arrive and prepare the instructional area for positive and safe learning environment promptly so that instruction begins at the stated time.
· Communicate with students and families regarding student’s progress and future directions, scheduling, and related administrative policies.
· Promptly return phone calls and messages to students, families and CCM administration.
· Maintain consistent schedule of teaching following the CCM guidelines.
· Complete and return administrative paperwork by the stated deadline to administration and supervisors.
· Keep accurate attendance records.
· Attend faculty meeting(s) by the department or program schedule.
· Keep absences to a minimum adhering to the teacher absence policy.
· Two afternoons of teaching that include private lessons and group classes with room for growth and a possible third day of instruction.
· Participation in recitals and concerts
· Teachers must have experience, intuition, and enthusiasm for working with both children and adults as well as exceptional skills for communicating with parents.
Preferred qualifications: M.A in music with an emphasis on pedagogy & performance,
significant performance experience, 4+ years of studio teaching experience