The Learning Project Elementary School is an independent, co-ed, day school for grades K-6 located in Boston’s Back Bay. Our school day is from 8:00 a.m.-3:15 p.m., with some students participating in our After School program until 5:30 pm. We have high expectations for conduct, character and academic performance, and maintain a strong commitment to enrolling a diverse community of students and families.
We are looking for a Music Teacher to join our tight-knit community of dedicated teachers and staff members. This position requires a love of music and an interest in building relationships with and supporting students in a variety of subject matter. This Music Teacher will carry on our school’s strong tradition of making and sharing music by leading grade-level music classes, preparing students for school-wide concerts, and leading the community in song during weekly All School Meetings. Candidates for this position should excel at vocal instruction and be prepared to adapt to teaching virtually or in the classroom, to instruct children in digital tools to create music, and to provide online or in-person instrumental instruction. The Music Teacher will also serve in an Academic Support role, assisting other Head Classroom Teachers, and working with children on various academic subjects in 1-on-1 and small-group formats. In addition, this position includes after-school duties up to three times a week.
The Learning Project welcomes candidates who will add to the diversity of our faculty and staff. Applicants should connect to, and be willing to carry forward, the school’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in their instruction and relational work.
This position is full time and may be virtual or in-person. At this time, it has not yet been determined whether the school will adopt an online, in-person, or hybrid model during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Position Start Date – August 2020
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The Learning Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, religion creed, national or ethnic origin. More to the point, The Learning Project prizes and celebrates its diversity.
About The Learning Project Elementary School
The Learning Project is an intentionally small K-6 school committed to financial accessibility, diversity, highly competitive faculty salaries, academic excellence and character development. The school is known for being Mission driven and also for being a highly congenial place to work.