About Our Organization
The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music aims to transform lives and build community through the expressive, educational and therapeutic powers of music.
We envision a world where every New Yorker, regardless of age, income or level of ability, has access to high-quality music instruction and music therapy. We believe that neighborhoods traditionally under-served by New York City cultural institutions need and deserve hands-on musical experiences, and that by creating these opportunities we are building a more vibrant, interconnected city.
Position: Manager of Band Programs, Music Partners Division
Start Date: Sept.1, 2019
Salary: $12,000 - $15,000 annual
Hours: 10-15 hours per week
The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, one of the country’s oldest and largest community music schools, seeks an experienced educator and musician to supervise, guide and develop off-site band programs at multiple locations throughout NYC.
- Strong writing, speaking and listening skills, team builder
- Experience teaching in NYC public school settings
- Strong organizational abilities at program level
- Minimum of Master’s Degree in Music and/or Education preferred
Responsibilities will include:
- Supervision of over 10 elementary and middle school band programs
- Support onsite band coordinators at each location
- Implement new initiative at 6 current sites that will: increase lesson time, provide faculty professional development, expand student and teacher assessment capacity, develop summer band academy
- Attend monthly Music Partners team meetings
How to Apply
Interested candidates please send letter and resume to Dorothy Savitch, Director of Music Partners
BKCM is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate due to age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other factor prohibited by law.
The Conservatory is dedicated to building a racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse and pluralistic team. We strongly encourage applicants from LGBTQ and underrepresented communities to apply.