The Urban School seeks a choral music teacher to join its dynamic arts department for the 2021-2022 school year.
Urban strives to ignite a passion for learning and to inspire its students to become self-motivated, lifelong participants in their education and active citizens in their communities. The school celebrates a rich visual and performing arts curriculum with the opportunity for students and teachers to participate in San Francisco’s vibrant arts community. Please visit Urban’s website for further information about the school’s mission, curriculum, and culture.
This position includes directing the Urban Singers, a large (~45 students) schoolwide chorus, as well as other ensemble groups; teaching an introductory 9th grade chorus class; teaching music theory; and participating as music director in our yearly musical theater production. Concerts and other performances occur throughout the year. The school is seeking an energetic, creative individual who has enthusiasm for working with high school students and a commitment to the continued growth of a dynamic music program.
The successful candidate will work closely with the performing arts department chair, theater teacher, and other music ensemble faculty. Collaboration will be especially close around the musical theater production. High school teaching experience, a broad repertoire, and strong digital skills are all a plus.
The school offers a salary commensurate with experience and a generous benefits package.
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The Urban School is an equal opportunity employer; the school actively encourages applications from candidates of diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. We actively encourage applications from candidates of color and others historically underrepresented at independent schools.