Powers Music School

P.O. Box 398
Belmont, MA 02478
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Date Posted:
March 08, 2021

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Education/Instruction

Type:
Part-Time

Suzuki Guitar Instructor (part-time)

Description:
Powers Music School seeks an experienced Suzuki guitar instructor to join a collaborative and growing Suzuki community. The current string department consists of twenty-four faculty members who teach private lessons, coach chamber music, and run orchestra sectionals. The Suzuki program encompasses five teachers with over 70 students.
DUTIES:
- Teach private lessons and group classes based on department needs with the flexibility of teaching online or in-person lessons.
- Meet regularly with Suzuki faculty.
- Collaborate with Suzuki faculty for semester group classes, recitals, and special events.
- Attend annual faculty meetings and open houses.
- Explore opportunities for enrollment growth.
- Potential opportunities to work with the school’s community and summer programs.
Qualifications:
- Master’s degree in performance, pedagogy or equivalent work experience.
- Documented successful teaching experience.
- Effective communication skills with students, parents, and colleagues.
- Minimum Suzuki Book 4 certification required.
How To Apply:
Send cover letter, resume, and 3 references by email to Dr. Daniel Acsadi, Director of Education & Community Programs: dacsadi@powersmusic.org
Apply by:
April 30, 2021
Salary:
$0 - $20,000
About this Organization:
For 56 years, Powers Music School has prided itself on providing superior instruction and performance opportunities for children and adults in Boston’s metro-west region. Founded on the core principle that everyone has the potential to participate in, enjoy, create, and develop a lasting love of music, our innovative programs serve more than 1,000 students on site each year, and thousands more attend one of our 100+ concerts and events throughout the year. With a full time staff of six, over 60 exemplary teaching artists, and an annual budget of $1.6 million, Powers exits the pandemic with an ambitious plan to expand offerings, provide access to underserved constituencies, and position our school as a place of excellence, opportunity, and inspiration. From the very first Mildred Freiberg Piano Festival in 1964 that sparked the creation of our school, serving the community has always been part of Powers’ DNA. Now, we are expanding our impact with programs that meet the ever-changing demographic trends and needs of diverse constituencies throughout the region.