It's about the students. But, it's about teachers, too.
At The Music Studio, it's not about your skills as a performer or who you've studied with. And, we're not interested in hiring individuals who consider teaching a fall-back position or part-time work between gigs. We're looking for "Educators" who love working with kids, prioritize teaching, and enjoy being creative, spontaneous, and making kids laugh while they learn. Our teachers work and have fun together, and support each other -- finding solutions, creating lesson plans, brainstorming ideas, and filling in for each other when needed. Our students know and work with all of us, so it's very important to share a common teaching philosophy, work well together, and communicate often. We believe in an orderly, professional environment...but also one that is warm, welcoming and fun. It's important to us that our Teachers are happy, appreciated, well-paid, and look forward to coming in every day.
Title: Music Teacher, full time
Hours: Full-Time, 20 - 25 hours per week
Salary: $45,000/year - $56,250/year
Title: Music Teacher, part time
Hours: Part-Time, 10 - 15 hours per week
Title: Teaching Assistant
Hours: Part-Time, 5 - 10 per week
- experience working with the public
- formal experience playing a musical instrument, music literate, with playing proficiency of advanced level
- Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, or higher (in music, preferred)
- employment references
- background check
How to Apply.
To formally apply for the position of Music Teacher, please compile the following and email to us at: email@example.com:
- List of references
- And, please provide a written response to the following:
- Briefly describe any teaching experience, and experience working with the public. Please feel free to share things that you enjoyed and disliked.
- Describe your experience playing a musical instrument. What were your lessons like?
- Which appeals to you more, teaching or performing?
- With what ages are you most comfortable working?
- With what level student are you most comfortable working?
- How important do you think it is for you to be able to play the songs for your students?
- With which instruments are you most familiar?
- What days and hours are you generally available?