Conductor Orchestra Job Description Sample
Orchestra & Classroom Music Teacher
High School Orchestra/Middle School Classroom Music Teacher
Sartell High School & Sartell Middle School
Position available 2018-19 school year
Responsible to provide education to students so that intellectual, emotional, developmental and social needs are met according to the district and state standards, that will foster life-long learning and good citizenship.
Required Qualifications, Education and Experience
Minnesota teaching license in Instrumental (Band/Orchestra) and Classroom Music
Team oriented approach when working with students, colleagues, parents and administrators
Preferred Qualifications, Education and Experience
Experience teaching Orchestra and Classroom Music
Knowledge of the Minnesota Music Standards
Ability to use technology to enhance curriculum
Reports to: Brenda Steve , SHS Principal and Kurt Stumpf, SMS Principal
Application materials required for consideration:
1.Completed online application
2.Resume and cover letter, free of grammatical and spelling errors
3.Three (3) current letters of recommendation
5.MN or Current Teaching License (or ability to obtain MN licensure prior to school year starting)
Salary and Benefits:
Please see the Sartell Education Association agreement for salary and benefit information.
Posting Closes: June 4, 2018
Final job offer is contingent upon a criminal background check and board approval.
SALARY: Per Contract – B-1 stipend $1,077
ONLY INTERNAL CANDIDATES MAY APPLY FOR THIS POSITION AND MUST
EITHER COMPLETE AN ONLINE APPLICATION OR SUBMIT A DETAILED LETTER OF
INTEREST OUTLINING QUALIFICATIONS TO HUMAN RESOURCES
East Hartford High School
Title: Orchestra Director
Stipend: B-1 of EHEA contract
The Orchestra Director position has several different school-wide and district responsibilities they are responsible for including, but not limited to:
Directing the school orchestra (including music preparation, arrangements, etc.)
Attending and preparing for select evening performances (community and/or school related)
Attending and preparing for select holiday performances
Attending and overseeing after school rehearsals (as needed and determined by available space)
Scheduling of events for the group
Recruiting students to participate in the school orchestra
Working with the instrumental staff to ensure effective communication on performance expectations
During the course of the school year the above responsibilities will be reviewed and are subject to change.
District 91 employees may submit a written request for reassignment by sending an e-mail to Sarah Sanders, Director of Secondary Education, at email@example.com.
I. TITLE: Teacher
A. Valid Idaho Teaching Certificate endorsed for appropriate levels and subjects.
B. Ability to work with students, staff, parents, and the public.
C. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.
III. REPORTS TO: Building Administrator.
IV. JOB GOALS:
To support the delivery of School District 91's written, taught, tested and reported curriculum and contribute to maximizing student achievement.
To help students learn subject matter and/or skills that will contribute to their development as mature, able, and responsible individuals.
V. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
A. Plans a program of study that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of students assigned for instruction.
B. Creates a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students.
C. Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
D. Employs instructional methods and materials that are most appropriate to the teaching assignment.
E. Assesses the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provides progress reports as required.
F. Diagnoses the learning disabilities of students on a regular basis, seeking the assistance of district specialists if necessary.
G. Counsels with colleagues, students, and/or parents on a regular basis.
H. Assists the administration in implementing all policies and/or rules governing student life and conduct, and, for the classroom, develops reasonable rules of classroom behavior and procedure, and maintains order in the classroom in a fair and just manner.
I. Plans and supervises purposeful assignments for classroom paraprofessionals and/or volunteers.
J. Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
K. Strives to maintain and improve professional competence.
L. Attends staff meetings and serves on staff committees as requested.
M. Maintains accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, district policy, and administrative regulation.
N. Accepts reasonable student supervision assignments that are necessary for the safe management of the school.
O. Designs lesson plans as an instructional aid. When absent, provides the substitute with lesson plans or complete directions to carry on the educational program of the teacher.
P. Seeks out opportunities for professional growth.
Q. Maintains high standards of ethical behavior and confidentiality of student information.
VI. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
A. Performs all other duties as assigned consistent with the responsibilities of a teacher and the Idaho Code of Ethics.
VII. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
The exact terms of this position will be determined by the needs of the district and budgetary constraints. Benefits will be in accordance with approved board policy. Salary will be in accordance with the placement on the Teacher's Salary Schedule commensurate with years of experience and education.
Performance of this position will be evaluated annually by the Building Administrator in accordance with provisions of board policy.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability. In addition, interview preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact Human Resources.
Orchestra Personnel Manager
Working with the Assistant Dean for Orchestral Studies, this position handles all personnel-related aspects of all Juilliard Orchestra ensembles.
Manage personnel of all Juilliard Orchestra ensembles, including the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra and smaller ensembles as necessary
Act as a liaison between conductors, orchestra personnel, ensemble operations, orchestra library, communications office, concert office, and other departments
Primary point of contact for orchestra members regarding assignments, scheduling, attendance, venue information, etc.
Communicate with conductors about rehearsal start and stop times, breaks, and personnel issues
In conjunction with Assistant Dean for Orchestral Studies, track any issues or infractions affecting a student's orchestra grade; advise students regarding Juilliard Orchestra policies and expectations
Maintain personnel contact, assignment history, and attendance information in ArtsVision
Update Orchestra.Juilliard.edu, the orchestra's information website for students
Act as a liaison with Historical Performance, Chamber Music, and Juilliard's two contemporary ensembles, to coordinate personnel needs
Coordinate seating auditions, principal auditions, and special auditions
Hire and coordinate work-study student workers (placement audition monitors)
Consult with faculty about repertoire and scheduling; work with orchestra library to compile audition material; communicate information to students
Manage the Juilliard Lab Orchestra
Build rosters on a weekly basis
Ensure that all students have completed necessary paperwork to be paid through Juilliard Work-Study (Financial Aid)
Approve biweekly timesheets
Manage special projects (extra performances, recording sessions, touring engagements, interdisciplinary productions) as assigned
Manage hiring and supervision of departmental apprentice
Maintain database of, hire, and coordinate alumni musicians as required by repertoire demands
Must have orchestral management experience in a professional, educational, or training orchestra
Extensive knowledge of orchestral repertoire
Ability to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends as required
Excellent written and verbal communication, organizational skills
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
Experience with ArtsVision a plus
L181045 Human Resources, Secondary, Orchestra 2018-19
You may express an interest in this or any other position by using the 'Apply for this Position' button.
This job listing will be used to create a pool of qualified candidates to fill vacancies (permanent, temporary, full-time, part-time and less than half-time) for the 2018-19 school year.
Music endorsement or highly qualified status to teach high school orchestra required
Dedication to developing the maximum potential of student's technical achievement
Demonstrate a strong working knowledge of string instruments, instructional strategies, methods and appropriate resources suitable for high school level
High standard of teaching string technique and musical skills
Ability to plan and implement sequential instruction for music reading
Knowledge of positive behavior intervention strategies
Ability to effectively manage and supervise students
Excellent communication and organizational skills
Prior experience working with high school aged students preferred
Extra duty differential will be assigned as it applies
Salary based on 2017-18 salary schedule and may be subject to change
Supportive administration, excellent salary and benefits.
For more information contact:
Mary Lou Boderman
Supervisor of Music
See the Job Description >>
To be given full consideration, a complete application consists of the following:
Contact Information and EEO section
Skills - as they apply
Experience in Education/Employment History
Three References (Reference letters highly recommended, but not required)
Complete Confidential Background Information
Licensed Application Questions
Attachments: Resume and Un-official Transcripts
Salem-Keizer School District is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
Principal Architect, Application Development - Orchestra Networks / Java
The Reference Data Hub (RDH) is a multi-domain MDM solution based on the Orchestra Networks EBX5 solution. We are looking for a data/technical architect who is very familiar with the support and maintenance of the EBX5 platform in the context of Financial Services and in particular for the support of Party Master Information. This candidate will be part of the Data Services Team within Data Management and Architecture (DMA) and be responsible for designing and implementing several solutions and enhancements within the platform, including our Match/Merge process.
Core skills include:
Master data and reference data concepts in the context of Financial Services
JAVA programming and Java design patterns
Data Architecture concepts, including Data Modeling
Strong written and oral communication skills
Strong Data and Business Analysis acumen
Minimum 2 to 5 years of progressive experience with the core skillsets.
Principles of data governance in the context of financial services
REST API development and Micro-services development
Kafka streaming data development
Enterprise Service Bus experience (TIBCO, MULE, WS02 or other)
Data Warehousing architecture and development experience
Vertica Experience beneficial
Strong understanding of DLC methodologies, including Agile
Data Governance development experience—utilization of data quality framework, metadata platform development and maintenance
ETL Development in one of the key platforms—Informatica, Datastage, Pentaho, Ab Initio
Principal Architect, Application Development >> Designs technical infrastructure for applications and assists in defining application tools. Develops the applications architecture and blueprints which reflect business logic of the section or division. Defines application components, platforms, interfaces, and development tools. Participates in the evaluation and implementation of vendor application software and tools. Provides technical guidance to cross-functional, cross-platform application development teams. Consults on integration and conversion activities, experiences and considerations. Acts as subject matter expert, as needed.Participates in mapping the technology-independent applications architecture to the chosen technology platform. Conducts reviews and analyses organizational needs to make recommendations regarding the development and implementation of applications. Stays abreast of the latest technology infrastructure and processes in the industry and marketplace. Makes recommendations to use innovative, creative approaches as appropriate to meet client needs. Helps resolve high-impact, moderately complex system problems affecting multiple applications or across multiple platforms using the appropriate debugging tools and techniques such as probes, animators, traces, sniffers and dumps.Contributes to the achievement of multiple teams' objectives.
Bachelor's degree in computer science or a related discipline, or equivalent work experience required
Advanced degree preferred 10-12 years of experience in systems architecture, analysis and applications program development required
Experience with EBX/Orchestra is strongly preferred
Experience in the securities or financial services industry is a plus
For over 230 years, the people of BNY Mellon have been at the forefront of finance, expanding the financial markets while supporting investors throughout the investment lifecycle. BNY Mellon can act as a single point of contact for clients looking to create, trade, hold, manage, service, distribute or restructure investments & safeguards nearly one-fifth of the world's financial assets. BNY Mellon remains one of the safest, most trusted and admired companies. Every day our employees make their mark by helping clients better manage and service their financial assets around the world. Whether providing financial services for institutions, corporations or individual investors, clients count on the people of BNY Mellon across time zones and in 35 countries and more than 100 markets. It's the collective ambition, innovative thinking and exceptionally focused client service paired with a commitment to doing what is right that continues to set us apart. Make your mark: bnymellon.com/careers.
Client Technology Solutions provides our business partners with client-focused, technology-based solutions. These enhance their ability to be successful through world-class software solutions and leading-edge infrastructure. Client Technology Solutions provides employees with the tools and resources to enhance their professional qualifications and careers.
BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans.
Primary Location: United States-New Jersey-Jersey City
Internal Jobcode: 45015
Job: Information Technology
Organization: Operations & Shared Technology-HR13644
Requisition Number: 1714625
Jr. High Teacher Orchestra 2018 - 2019 (2 Positions)
· Position Type: Instrumental Music Director – Orchestra 2018-2019 (2 Positions)
- Position Guide: Certified Personnel
Nine (9) Months
- Date Posted: 05/10/2018
- Location: T.B.D.
REPORTS TO: Program Coordinator – Music
Junior High School Principal(s) of the school(s) to which assigned
Elementary School Principal(s) of the school(s) to which assigned
To instruct children in such a manner as to inspire, motivate and stimulate the child to learn to play an orchestra instrument to the utmost of the child's musical ability.
The information contained in this job description is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and is not an exhaustive list of the duties performed for this position. Additional duties performed by the individual holding this position may be assigned.
Professional Educator License with K-12 Music Endorsement /Certification or equivalent
Bachelor's degree in Music Education or Applied Music
Thoroughly familiar with instructional methods, best practices, literature, and books pertaining to orchestra and music education at the elementary and middle levels.
Highly proficient on at least one orchestra instrument.
Demonstrated capabilities in leadership, public and community relations, and academic competence.
Applicants must be able to structure a classroom to maximize student learning.
Applicants must be able to establish effective communication with a variety of stakeholders.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Create and maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning.
Guarantee that every child shall have an equal opportunity to develop any musical talents he or she has.
Inspire and motivate students to achieve the maximum of their capabilities in learning new skills and knowledge.
Encourage each child and help them to develop a sense of worth, dignity, purpose, and self-discipline.
Implement the various programs designed to achieve the educational objectives of the District.
Seek assistance from building level administration and/or the Fine Arts Coordinator, as may be necessary, in case of behavioral problems.
Keep accurate records for each child as may be required by the Fine Arts Coordinator, the Principal, and the District.
Requisition through the Office of the Fine Arts Coordinator instructional materials and supplies as they are required, per music department guidelines.
Attend meetings called by the Fine Arts Coordinator, or Principal(s).
Attend music department concerts and events as assigned by the Fine Arts Coordinator.
Follow all District 86 and Fine Arts Department guidelines as authorized by the District Superintendent, Fine Arts Coordinator, or designee.
Conduct ongoing professional communication with parents of students, including parent-teacher conferences.
Participate in meetings of the Music Parents Association.
Participate in in-service training programs authorized by the District Superintendent.
Participate in workshops and clinics as assigned by the Fine Arts Coordinator or designee.
Develop and prepare a personal plan for continued professional growth.
Instruct students in the care and maintenance of their musical instruments and cases as well as their music, supplies and other musical equipment. Check periodically that each child is taking the best possible care of the aforementioned items.
Seek assistance from the Fine Arts Coordinator, Principal(s), other Administrators, Music Faculty peers, consultants, or other specialists to improve teaching abilities, skills and management techniques.
Assume other responsibilities and duties as may be assigned by the Fine Arts Coordinator or designee in keeping with the policies of District 86.
Basic Description of Duties
The orchestra director is responsible for the complete instruction of one or more Jr. High School level (grades 6, 7, 8) orchestra(s). The Junior High level orchestra meets as a curricular class on a daily basis during the school day. It is the orchestra director's duty to evaluate each orchestra student as an individual and the orchestra as a whole to provide appropriate instruction.
In addition to the Jr. High Orchestra Class, the orchestra director teaches before school sectional lessons (45 minutes each) four to five days a week. The orchestra director may add after school sectionals as needed.
The orchestra director also provides elementary orchestra lessons (30 minutes each) during the school day to fourth and fifth grade students. The orchestra director travels to each of the elementary schools 2-3 times per week. The elementary lessons are divided by level: Beginning Orchestra (4th grade) and Intermediate Orchestra (5th Grade). Once per week after school the elementary students travel to the junior high school for a large-group rehearsal (45 minutes per group).
The orchestra director is responsible for the preparation of students for all performances including but not limited to concerts and contests.
The orchestra director will provide "orchestra room duty" both before and after school to provide supervision of students and equipment in the orchestra room.
The orchestra director will attend music department concerts and events as assigned throughout the school year.
The orchestra director will follow all district and department guidelines directly related to the position.
The orchestra director will take an active role in maintaining and improving the equipment inventory, orchestra facilities, orchestra library, and the orchestra uniform inventory.
The orchestra director is expected to attend and participate in several meetings throughout the school year, including meetings of the Music Parents Association, the Illinois Grade School Music Association and the Illinois Music Educators Association. The orchestra director will also attend all meetings of the instrumental music staff and Fine Arts Department staff as assigned.
The orchestra director will follow uniform guidelines for performances as per the Music Staff Handbook.
The following is a basic list of performances and events in which each orchestra (or selected students from) participates annually and/or to which the Orchestra Director may be assigned. This list is not intended to be all-inclusive:
ILMEA Fall Festival Organization Contest
Winter Orchestra Concert Orchestra Festival Day
Beginner/Intermediate Concert Spring Orchestra Concert
Solo/Ensemble Contest Music Department Concerts and Events
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters when performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
Employee experiences constant interruptions and inflexible deadlines. The noise level in this environment is quiet to moderate. Duties are performed primarily indoors and occasionally outdoors. In-district and out-of-town travel required as necessary for training and/or to carry out duties and responsibilities.
Salary and Benefits:
Bargaining Agreement Union Position: The salary schedules for the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years are attached as Appendix A.click on link: https://www.joliet86.org/file.aspx?DocumentId=9830 (page.30)
- Maximum 10 years full time Certified Teaching Experience
Application Procedures: Applications are considered complete when all required materials are submitted including: 1) an on-line application, 2) a letter of interest in the position, 3) unofficial copies of all college and/or university transcripts, and 4) list three recent references with email address from past or current professional employment. The District uses an on-line application that will be available at www.joliet86.org. All required documents should be attached to your on-line application.
Inquiries from qualified candidates should be addressed to Agustina Campos, Administrative Secretary to Human Resources and Labor Relation. Tina can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (815) 740-3196 x 8202.
2018-2019 Teacher, Elementary Orchestra Director: Districtwide
Direct and manage the overall orchestra program for the school(s) assigned. Prepare for individual and group student performances. Comply with all state and DISD requirements.
Direct and supervise all school orchestra performances, including concerts, orchestra, soloists, and small ensembles.
Establish performance requirements, enforce academic requirements, and verify each student's eligibility to participate in orchestra.
Provide for orchestra participation in curricular and extracurricular events, including concerts.
Comply with federal and state laws and State and Local Board of Education policy.
Obtain and use evaluative findings (including student achievement data) to determine program effectiveness and ensure that program renewal is continuous and responds to student needs.
Compile budgets and cost estimates based on documented program needs.
Coordinate fundraising activities and manage funds according to Local Board policy.
Maintain current inventory of all fixed assets within department.
Plan and use appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials and equipment that reflect understanding of the learning styles and needs of students assigned and show written evidence of preparation as required.
Conduct ongoing assessments of student achievement through formal and informal testing.
Establish and maintain open communication by utilizing available technology and conducting conferences with parents, students, principals, and teachers.
Develop and implement plans for improvement and growth of orchestra program and show written evidence of preparation as required.
Perform all other tasks and duties as assigned.
All federally funded incumbents of this position must comply with time and effort reporting requirements through personnel activity reports or periodic certification, as appropriate.
Must have experience or demonstrated a desire to work in an urban school district.
Bachelor's degree required.
Demonstrate understanding and ability to teach students with multiple learning styles and abilities.
Demonstrated ability to teach students using best-practice instructional strategies and proven pedagogy.
Demonstrated ability to manage budget and interpret policy, procedures, and data.
Strong communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills.
Knowledgeable of state and local policies governing orchestra.
Knowledgeable of overall operation of orchestra program and abreast of current program-specific technology.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations will be made if necessary:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands, handle instruments, feel objects, tools, or controls; communicate verbally and electronically; reach with hands and arms; stand and move throughout the building and/or to other facilities; and drive. Occasionally required to climb or balance. Frequently required to lift and/or exert force up to 50 pounds; occasionally required to lift and/or exert force up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus.
The environmental characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job:
The noise level in the work environment is usually noisy.
Required to maintain emotional control under stress.
Frequent district and occasional statewide travel; prolonged and irregular hours; outdoor and indoor work; exposure to sun, heat, cold, and inclement weather.
Selected individuals for Dallas Independent School District positions will be placed according to compensation guidelines. A campus-based employee may not assume a new position for which he/she was selected based upon the posting process until the end of the current semester, unless approved by the chief officer – Human Capital Management. Federally funded personnel must comply with time and effort reporting requirements through personnel activity reports or periodic certifications, as appropriate.
A security check and disclosure of family relationship information is required for all positions.
No telephone calls please.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/H
Dallas Independent School District, is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by law. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, as well as board policy not to discriminate in such a manner (not all prohibited bases apply to all programs).
(Full-Time) Music Theory And Orchestra Instructor
(Full-time) Music Theory and Orchestra Instructor
Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Community College
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
6/4/2018 11:55 PM Pacific
5/7/2018 Application Deadline:
6/4/2018 11:55 PM Pacific Employment Type:
Length of Work Year:
Not Specified Salary:
$48,359- $83,137/year Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Not Specified Contact: Human Resources Email: email@example.com Phone: 530-242-7640
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print
invites applications for the position of:
(Full-time) Music Theory and Orchestra Instructor
SALARY: $48,359.83 - $83,137.87 Annually
OPENING DATE: 05/03/18
CLOSING DATE: 06/04/18 04:30 PM
DESCRIPTION OF BASIC FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Job Description/Instructional Obligations
- Required: Teach a four-semester sequence (alternating semesters) of four-unit/credit music-major music theory courses including music theory and aural skills (possibly teach a separate, optional one-unit/credit basic keyboard skill component depending on final teaching load).
- Required: Conduct two orchestras (an open-enrolled beginning orchestra and auditioned advanced orchestra).
- Optional (but highly desirable): Conduct a very large, open-enrollment Symphonic Band and/or an auditioned Jazz Big-Band. All ensembles are well-established with long-term college history.
Highly desirable qualities
- Dedicated to teaching and conducting educational ensembles. Excellent teaching/conducting abilities and a sincere dedication to music education are the two top priorities of this position.
- Ability, desire, and willingness to work with and teach music students of all abilities ranging from beginners to advanced.
- Dedication to the educational and musical philosophy of community colleges and their important role within our local total community.
- Ability and willingness to act as a community partner with other arts entities, both external and internal.
- The ideal candidate will work with existing faculty to advance departmental goals.
- Willingness and ability to actively recruit within the college's local district (within the local school districts and the overall community).
- Attainment of Master's degree in Music required, a Doctorate in Music is desirable.
- A recent and active record of achievement with large ensembles, especially orchestra.
The Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District (Shasta College) main campus is located in Redding, California, which sits at the northern end of the Sacramento Valley, surrounded by mountains to the north, east, and west. The area provides a wide array of outdoor amenities and activities with miles of hiking and biking trails, national parks, two lakes, and the Sacramento River.
Shasta College is committed to providing its diverse student population with equitable education outcomes, contributing to the social, cultural, intellectual, and economic development of our communities. The college has been recognized as a leader in developing and implementing innovative education programs to increase student success, including accelerated pathways for high school students to achieve a bachelor's degree and for returning students to complete their Associate and Bachelor's degrees. Shasta College enrolls more than 11,000 students annually and provides educational services to students with a wide range of skills and abilities.
Our ideal candidate is motivated to join a campus community prioritizing the success of our racially and socio-economically diverse staff and student population. Providing equitable outcomes so all members of our community may enjoy safe, healthy, and vibrant educational and employment environments is critical to our success.
Under administrative leadership, it is the responsibility of the regular/contract college instructor to teach classes, to participate in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of educational programs, courses, and other experiences that will directly result in the educational growth of the students and support advancement of the vision, mission, and values of the community college district.
CLASSIFICATION: Placement on the current Faculty Salary Schedule is commensurate with previous education and experience.
This position is contracted for 175 if Instructional days per year.
This position is Instructional faculty.
Starting Salary: $48,359- $83,137/year on the 2017-2018 Full-Time Faculty Salary Schedule
Salary Range: $48,359 - $102,582/year on the 2017-2018 Full-Time Faculty Salary Schedule
$2,000/year doctorate differential
State Teachers Retirement System (STRS)
START DATE: This position is anticipated to start the beginning of the Fall 2018 semester.
BENEFITS: Holiday and sick time will be provided. Our competitive benefits package includes medical, dental, and vision insurance provided at a share of cost on a pretax basis and an employee assistance program (EAP).
Employees have the option to contribute to:
Health Savings Account (HSA)
403(b) and 457 Retirement Plans
Section 125 Plan including Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Dependent Day Care Accounts
In addition, employees have the option to purchase:
Disability Income Insurance
Accident Only Insurance
Critical Illness Insurance
For more information regarding Employment and Benefit Policies, please view the Faculty Collective Bargaining Agreement.
SUPERVISOR: Dean of Arts, Communications, and Social Sciences or designee.
TYPICAL DUTIES, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY:
Responsibilities designated below are primary to the faculty role. Some of the listed professional responsibilities are examples of activities, which are part of the unique role of each faculty member and are reflective of their individual expertise and interests.
Meet classes/laboratories on days and times as assigned according to the current academic calendar.
Develop and implement instruction for each class and laboratory period, consistent with the official course outline.
Develop and distribute during the first week of class, a written syllabus for each course to communicate to students, course objectives, grading criteria and classroom policies.
Demonstrate respect for student rights as specified in District policy and applicable laws.
Submit requisitions for textbooks and instructional materials in a timely manner.
Refer students to tutoring and related student services when appropriate.
Supervise students in off-campus activities when participation is expected as part of a course requirement or where such supervision is part of the instructor's load.
Provide academic assistance and related services to students during scheduled office hours.
Evaluation of Students
Return assignments and examination results in a timely fashion.
Assign grades to students in the manner provided by District policy and administrative procedure and prescribed by the Education Code and Title V regulations of the State of California.
Submit required administrative paperwork, including grade report forms, in a timely and accurate manner.
Participate in the development and review of curriculum as directed.
Participate in the development of alternative teaching modalities.
Participate in required professional development activities.
Continue to develop professional skills and up-to-date subject matter knowledge, potentially including participation in conferences and research activities.
Participate in presenting staff development programs as needed.
Schedule, announce to students in all classes, and maintain office hours.
Attend and participate in department/center meetings.
Participate in the process of shared governance through committee work of the department, center, college and/or district level; participate in other significant non-classroom college, district or community activities.
Keep official records required by District policy and administrative procedures and submit them in accordance with college procedures.
Participate in supervision of student assistants and paraprofessionals as needed.
Abide by departmental regulations concerning the proper use, care and security of college equipment and District property.
Advise administration of unsafe conditions or potential hazards and recommend solutions.
Provide administrators, chairs and coordinators with sample instruction materials as may be deemed necessary, such as examinations, lab projects or course syllabuses.
Participate in advisory committee meetings as required.
Report absences due to illness or for personal necessity to the dean or designated officer.
Recommend purchases of instructional supplies and equipment as needed.
Consult with supervising administrators on personnel needs; assist with position announcements, recruitment and screening/interviewing committees.
Participate in the evaluation of regular faculty.
Fulfill all obligations as established in the current collective bargaining agreement.
Master's in music
Bachelor's in music
Master's in humanities
OR the equivalent.
To be considered a candidate for this position, the applicant must submit the following materials:
Online Application with Additional Required Materials to be attached to application:
Cover letter addressing criteria listed in the position announcement
College transcripts (unofficial will be accepted at the time of application)
Attention Internal Applicants:
Internal candidates must also submit all required materials to be considered.
Internal candidates cannot attach evaluations OR letters of recommendation from administrators or Board of Trustee members.
After formal application has been made, all application materials will be screened.
Interviews will be by invitation only.
Interviews are held on campus. No Skype or Phone Interviews.
The District does not provide expense reimbursement for those invited to initial interviews.
The District does not reimburse for new hire moving expenses.
For full application instructions and position description, visit http://apptrkr.com/1217091
The Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District ("Shasta College") does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religious preference, age, disability (physical and mental), pregnancy (including pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth), gender identity, sexual orientation, genetics, military or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable law in admission and access to, or treatment in employment, educational programs or activities at any of its campuses. Shasta College also prohibits harassment on any of these bases, including sexual harassment, as well as sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
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2018/2019 Orchestra Teacher, Escalante Middle School, 1.0 FTE
Durango School District 9-R is accepting applications for an Orchestra Teacher at Escalante Middle School. Includes full benefits. Begins August 13, 2018.
Job Title: Licensed Teacher Pay Grade: Licensed Salary Schedule
Job Family: Licensed Staff FLSA Status: Exempt
Department: School Prepared Date: December 17, 2013
Typical Work Year: 10 months
SUMMARY: Plan instruction and assessment aligned with District learner outcomes and State achievement standards. Supervise assigned students and maintains a positive learning environment. Adapt instruction to meet the individual learning needs of all students resulting in an increased probability of advancing their achievement. Maintain positive inter-personal relationships with students, parents, staff and community members.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
D Utilize effective teaching practices to teach the adopted curricula for assigned grades and subjects so that students attain adopted grade/course expectations and standards. Modify and tailor the curriculum as necessary to address individual student differences, learning styles, and student abilities. Instruct with adopted materials and utilize supplemental classroom materials, media, and teaching appropriate for assigned levels and subjects.
D Utilize formative and summative assessments to assess the learning, achievement, and performance of each student and report the results as required by District Policy and school procedures.
D Model, promote, and as situations arise, take the opportunity to provide instruction related to character education including citizenship and responsible behavior (respect for self, other and property), bullying prevention, conflict resolution skills, and responsible work habits and ethics.
D Provide safety instruction for students when the subject, activities, chemicals, product, tools and/or equipment pose possible harm or injury to students including use of personal protective devices (protective eye devices, safe clothing) and assure that students adhere to safety requirements.
D Maintain an orderly, positive learning environment free from disruptive behavior by implementing proactive classroom management strategies and enforcing the Student Conduct Code. Supervise students to minimize any possibility of violent behavior and to minimize potential accidents.
D Be familiar with and abide by all applicable Federal and Colorado laws and regulations; Board of Education policies and District Regulations, as amended from time to time; school procedures that relate to employment with the District.
Ongoing 3% Perform other duties as assigned.
ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Assure the safety and welfare of students including necessary actions to insure that students are supervised at all times.
Demonstrate faithfulness and promptness in attendance at work.
Submit required reports promptly at the times specified.
Demonstrate care of and protection of School District property
Report suspected child abuse or neglect as required by law.
Use the District's internet and E-mail system as specified in Policy.
Fulfill other duties as assigned by the Principal, Superintendent or their designees.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Minimum: Bachelor's degree of related subject from accredited university.
EXPERIENCE: Experience is preferred but may not be necessary for hiring.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, & REGISTRATIONS: Colorado Teaching License with endorsements for the levels and subject areas teaching. Pass the PLACE or PRAXIS II Test. Meet CDE ESSA requirements for In-Field teachers. May be required to complete CPI training depending on assignment.
TECHNICAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, & ABILITIES:
Excellent interpersonal relations and oral and written communication skills.
Strong decision making, analytical and organizational skills.
Ability to work with students with diverse needs at various levels.
Ability to develop and implement engaging lessons that facilitate student mastery of the Colorado Academic Standards.
Critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of the job.
Ability to promote and follow Board and District policies, Superintendent policies and building/department procedures.
Ability to communicate, interact and work effectively and cooperatively in a team setting
Ability to recognize the importance of safety in the workplace, follow safety rules, practice safe work habits, utilize appropriate safety equipment and report unsafe conditions to the appropriate administrator.
Ability to utilize formative and summative assessments to access student learning.
Ability to implement IEP's, 504's, and behavior support plans.
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT OPERATING KNOWLEDGE:
Microcomputers and general office equipment.
Microsoft Office applications.
Student Information Systems
Durango School District 9-R is an equal opportunity educational institution and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability or need for special education services in admissions, access to treatment, or employment in educational programs or activities which it operates, or any other applicable status protected by federal, state or local law. For information regarding civil rights or grievance procedures, contact Laura Galido, Compliance Officer, Durango School District 9-R, 201 E 12th Street, Durango, CO 81301, (970) 247-5411, firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 1244 Spear Boulevard, Suite 310, Denver, CO 80204-3582, (303) 844-5695.
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