Schechter Boston is looking for a dynamic and engaging Elementary School Music Teacher for the 2023-2024 academic year. As a member of the music faculty, this position teaches PreK, Kindergarten and Grades 4-5 during the school day. This is a .65 FTE position.
Additional opportunities exist in our robust After School program as Music Director for our After School musical theater shows (Mondays, 3:15-5:30pm, and one additional day TBD), and as a private lesson music teacher teaching in our After School Music program. The Music Teacher will be part of the creative and collaborative Schechter Arts Department that includes visual art, music, film and theater.
Design, plan and implement a developmentally appropriate music curriculum.
Prepare and implement differentiated instruction, activities and assessments that meet the needs of every student.
Build relationships with all students, so they are actively engaged in the music classroom activities
Participate in ongoing cycles of reflection, both independently and in collaboration with colleagues.
Education and Experience:
Bachelors Degree required.
Minimum of two years experience teaching students, preferably in an elementary school setting.
Exemplary teaching skills
Collaborative, adaptive mindset with the ability to work across teams and departments
Strong classroom management skills
Schechter Boston thrives to provide a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package that supports our faculty and staff, including: health insurance, prescription drug benefit, vision, healthcare/dependent care flexible spending account (FSA), long term disability, life insurance, 403(b) with employer matching, tuition reduction for employees children, paid holidays, sick time and personal time, and early dismissal on Fridays.
To Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schechter Boston creates a Jewish educational experience where each child, 15 months through eighth grade, will be known, belong, be engaged, be inspired and be prepared. Faculty, staff and students at Schechter benefit from a highly collaborative, mutually supportive environment in which each person’s individual strengths are recognized and cultivated, and are vital to the success and learning of the community as a whole. Individuals who work at Schechter Boston must thrive in a culture that lives every day by the following cultural values: believing there is no limit to better, providing honest and kind feedback, failing forward, leaning into complexity, being kinder than necessary.