Ethos is always accepting applications for new instructors. We want our teaching staff to reflect the communities we work with. Enthusiastic musicians with less teaching experience are encouraged to apply as well to join our learning community.
This is a culturally responsive program. An understanding of the strengths and challenges facing urban communities is crucial to developing and sustaining site-specific music education programs. An understanding about the role that inclusivity and equity play in creating a diverse and sustainable organization is essential for all Ethos staff.
Teach weekly music lessons and track student attendance.
Choose appropriate repertoire according to students’ age, skill, and interests.
Create a learning environment that balances expectations and structure with compassion and creativity.
Maintain open communication with Ethos’ administrative staff about schedule.
Maintain an organized and functional classroom.
Promote a positive workplace environment.
Experience teaching private lessons.
Self-motivation and ability to structure a course of private music lessons or group class.
Excellent communication and organizational skills.
Dedication to increasing students’ access to music education and enthusiasm about Ethos’ mission.
Fluency in Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Somali, Russian, or Ukrainian.
3+ years of teaching group and/or private lessons to youth.
Experience as a musician or other performing artist.
$25/hr (private lessons)
$27/hr (group classes)
To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter outlining why you want to teach at Ethos to email@example.com.
Ethos, Inc. is committed to equity, inclusion and diversity in admissions, financial aid, scholarship, board membership, employment and other partnerships. We do not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, ethnicity, sex, gender identity / expression, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status or any other personal identifiers.
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