"All of California’s children deserve to learn the important skills necessary to succeed in today’s competitive work force,
as learned in sequential, standards-based music education courses taught by credentialed music educators."

Below is a list of music education related job opportunities.  

Jobs are posted for 60 days for a fee of $35.  Please limit your post to 350 words.

To submit a listing for a job announcement on the calmusiced.com jobs page, include the exact wording for the posting in the body of the email (no PDF attachments or logos please) and send to Trish Adams.  An invoice for the posting fee and information regarding payment methods will be provided.

School of Music and Dance

Assistant / Associate Professor: Music Education (General/Choral)

The School of Music and Dance is seeking two full-time, tenure track faculty members. One track will be at the assistant professor rank and the other will be at the associate professor rank. Both positions will be in Music Education. One track will specialize in Instrumental Music Education and the other track will specialize in General/Choral Music Education. This announcement is for the General/Choral specialization. Only one track will be appointed to the associate professor level with additional responsibilities as Coordinator of Music Education.

GENERAL/CHORAL MUSIC EDUCATION POSITION

Qualifications:

A terminal degree in Music or Music Education is required. The successful candidate will possess teaching and research abilities at the highest level as well as comprehensive and current knowledge of music education pedagogy. Emphasis in general music methods and approaches (K-8), choral music leadership (K-12), and background in music and integrated arts curriculum for classroom teachers is required. A successful track record of music education teaching at the university level along with the ability to determine program effectiveness through student assessment is required. The candidate must have extensive experience with all levels (elementary through high school) of public school music programs, and demonstrated abilities in recruiting and retaining undergraduate students. The candidate should possess superior administrative and organization skills. The candidate must show evidence of an ongoing commitment to advancing the profession as reflected in a substantial music education research agenda, including a promising record of publications. Evidence of commitment to teaching, mentoring, and service to underrepresented populations is desirable including research in, and engagement with, underrepresented populations.

Application:

Review of applications for both positions will begin on September 13, 2017 and continue until the positions are filled. Evidence of the terminal degree should be in-hand at the start of the appointment.

Applicants for the General/Choral position should apply via Interfolio at https://apply.interfolio.com/43501

Please submit the following required applications materials to the appropriate chair:

  • General/Choral Music Education
  • Cover letter addressed to Dr. Shannon Kitelinger, Chair, Music Education Search Committee
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Three current letters of recommendation that address the candidate’s qualifications for this position.
  • Reference list of five individuals familiar with the candidate’s professional experience (please include updated contact information)

Three to five video clips available via an online source (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.). Each of these video clips should contain 15-30 minutes that demonstrate the candidate’s teaching skills and interactions with students in a variety of public school or university settings including rehearsals if appropriate.

For more information: https://psfa.sdsu.edu/about_us/faculty_posting/assistant-associate-professor-music-education-general-choral

School of Music and Dance

Assistant / Associate Professor: Music Education (Instrumental)

The School of Music and Dance is seeking two full-time, tenure track faculty members. One track will be at the assistant professor rank and the other will be at the associate professor rank. Both positions will be in Music Education. One track will specialize in Instrumental Music Education and the other track will specialize in General/Choral Music Education. This announcement is for the Instrumental specialization. Only one track will be appointed to the associate professor level with additional responsibilities as Coordinator of Music Education.

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC EDUCATION POSITION

Qualifications:

A terminal degree in Music or Music Education is required. The successful candidate will possess teaching, creative activities, and research abilities at the highest level as well as comprehensive and current knowledge of instrumental music education pedagogy. A successful track record of teaching and leadership at the university level along with the ability to determine program effectiveness through student assessment is preferred. The candidate must be able to deliver curriculum that addresses the preparation of music education students to teach instrumental music in a variety of setting, levels, genres, and ensembles. These would include, but are not limited to bands, orchestra, and percussion, as well as various configurations of elementary instrumental music programs. The candidate must have a record of successful public school instrumental teaching experience and a strong understanding of all levels (elementary through high school) of public school instrumental music programs. The candidate must demonstrate abilities in recruiting and retaining undergraduate students. The candidate should possess superior administrative and organization skills. The candidate must show evidence of an ongoing commitment to advancing the profession as reflected in a substantial music education research agenda, including a promising record of publications and creative activities. Evidence of commitment to teaching, mentoring, and service to underrepresented populations is desirable including research in, and engagement with, underrepresented populations.

Application:

Review of applications for both positions will begin on September 13, 2017 and continue until the positions are filled. Evidence of the terminal degree should be in-hand at the start of the appointment.

Applicants for the Instrumental position should apply via Interfolio at: https://apply.interfolio.com/43552

Please submit the following required applications materials to the appropriate chair:

  • Instrumental Music Education
  • Cover letter addressed to: Dr. Shannon Kitelinger, Chair, Music Education Search Committee
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Three current letters of recommendation that address the candidate’s qualifications for this position.
  • Reference list of five individuals familiar with the candidate’s professional experience (please include updated contact information)
  • Three to five video clips available via an online source (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.). Each of these video clips should contain 15-30 minutes that demonstrate the candidate’s teaching skills and interactions with students in a variety of public school or university settings including rehearsals if appropriate.

For more information:  https://psfa.sdsu.edu/about_us/faculty_posting/assistant-associate-professor-music-education-instrumental

 

Elementary Instrumental (K-5)

1.0 FTE Strings/Instrumental Music Teacher

Oak Knoll

August 10, 2017

Placement on the current certificated salary scale.

  • Elementary school, general instrumental teacher with ability to teach instrumental

  • Expertise with or willingness to learn Suzuki approach to music education as well as being able to

  • teach Strings

  • Plans a balanced general music program

  • Demonstrated success in collaborative planning with other music teachers and classroom teachers

  • Understanding of California content standards in music

  • Demonstrated expertise and success in communication with parents

  • Ability, experience, and willingness to provide accommodations for mainstreaming of special

  • education students to access music content, including co-­‐‑ teaching an adaptive music classes

  • Ability to prepare all students for musical performances throughout the school year

  • Manage inventory and instrument sign out

  • QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Valid California Credential and NCLB compliance in Music. Credential compliance can be accomplished through supplementary authorizations in Music or Single Subject credential in Music.

  • Interested applicants need to submit Letters of Intent to Joan O’Neill at the District Office by August 10, 2017. joneill@mpcsd.org

Two Positions Open:

Orchestra Director
Band Director

Damonte Ranch High School
10500 Rio Wrangler Parkway
Reno, NV 89521

Applying to WCSD:

  • After the online application is complete, the applicant interviews at the district level to get into the district pool
  • Four references must be complete in order to move to the pool interview.
 

Applying for a Nevada State teaching license:

 

DRHS Orchestra posted position:

 

DRHS Band posted position: