The Studio is currently seeking a driven self-starter to join our faculty as our new voice teacher. As a voice teacher at The Studio, you will collaborate with six existing faculty members who have over 115 combined years of teaching, as well as interact with over 100 students, ranging from ages 5-21. Duties will include interviewing prospective students, teaching engaging lessons with proper technique and appropriate repertoire, and providing advice on The Arts. A successful teacher for The Studio should be comfortable working with singers of different skill levels, experience, and abilities, as well as demonstrate superb analytical skills, patience, and the ability to motivate students in a Safe Space studio.
Bachelors (or higher) from an accredited college, university, or other educational institution in Voice, preferably Music Education REQUIRED
Experience teaching voice, preferably in the private studio setting PREFERRED
Ability to accompany students during lessons and/or during events/recitals/competitions/etc. PREFERRED
Stage performance experience is highly recommended PREFERRED
REPORTS TO: Owner/Director
JOB GOAL: To develop in each student an appreciation of the Arts; to teach proper vocal technique and musical expression; to discover and develop talent in students in the field of music; to develop knowledge and skills in listening to and reading music
Meets with prospective students to perform vocal assessments and determine their needs and how The Studio can help the student attain them
Structures lessons individually to meet the needs of each student, knowing that no two students are alike
Arrives to lessons early to prepare for each student and leaves any space they use in a better shape than it was found
Utilizes Musical Theatre repertoire of all types to plan appropriate literature for the ages and skills of their students
Teaches a variety of warm-up exercises
Establishes and maintains standards of student behavior to provide quality lessons that can accomplish all goals within the allotted lesson time
Evaluates each pupil’s musical growth and performance, assessing each individual student’s contribution to The Studio
Communicates with the Owner/Director, other faculty members, and students/parents to create a narrative on student progress.
Identifies student needs and cooperates with other faculty members in assessing and helping students solve problems.
Attends faculty meetings and meetings with administrative staff as required
Prepares students for performances, competitions, and showcases
Always maintains professional composure, regardless of the situation at hand
In the event of absence, assures the continuance of lessons by providing lessons plans for the substitute faculty member
JOB TYPE Part-Time
START DATE Immediately
SCHEDULE Flexible: 1-3 Days A Week, Monday – Friday 3:30-8:00 PM
PAY $30-$50/hour, based on qualifications & experience – Negotiable