IMP is always hiring!
The Instrumental Music Program offers enjoyable and meaningful part-time contractor work, a network of dedicated teachers and support from the IMP Director.
Prerequisites for All Prospective Teachers:
Proficiency on instrument (perform at interview)
Previous teaching experience
Ability to read music
Communicate and present oneself professionally
Willing to use method books and write lesson assignments
Must be willing to travel
Preferred credentials and additional skill sets for All Teachers:
Bachelor's Degree in Music/Arts or equivalent experience in teaching.
Membership in MTAC a plus.
Compensation depends on experience, expertise, and credentials.
If you are interested in applying, please email us your resume. Kindly address in your cover letter your ability to meet the parameters of the job description. Feel free to include a picture of yourself and detail any scheduling constraints you may have. Send emails to address below. We look forward to hearing from you!
Students are young beginner to advanced. Primarily classical foundation; all genres. Familiar with traditional piano teaching methods. Proficient in reading notation, sight-reading, proper technique, scales/arpeggios et. al. and a strong theory background. Able to sing and play; play by ear. Personable, patient, and flexible. Must be willing to travel for lessons. Familiarization with Certificate of Merit or Guild testing programs.
In addition to the above combination, piano and voice teachers are expected to teach the basics of correct vocal production (diction, breath support, intonation and posture) and choose age-appropriate materials.
All levels. Acoustic and electric. Genres: rock, blues; some jazz and classical fingerstyle. Be able to read standard notation, tab, chord charts, and sing while playing. Able to figure out melodies by ear. Personable, patient, and flexible.
Students are beginner to intermediate. Knowledgeable in traditional band method materials. Be able to read standard notation. Personable, patient, and flexible.
Students are beginner to intermediate. Knowledgeable in traditional strings method materials. Personable, patient, and flexible.
Beginner through Advanced levels. Genres beyond rock. Be able to read and teach standard notation in addition to learning by ear. Teach stick technique and rudiments. Personable, patient, and flexible.