Sister Cities Girlchoir

The Girlchoir Movement in Philadelphia and Camden

Teaching Artist Team Position Available

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Afterschool Girlchoir Conductor (weekday)

*Elementary and Middle School positions available

Download job announcement here. 

Sister Cities Girlchoir is expanding programming and looking for dynamic                                                      choral leaders!

 

Girlchoir conductors leads group rehearsals that incorporates Musicianship/Sight Singing and Vocal Pedagogy while creating a caring and energetic learning space that reinforces teamwork for diverse learners.

 

Teaching Artists Responsibility

§  Lead group rehearsals (warm-up; repertoire and musicianship)

§  Facilitate teambuilding and cooperative learning activities

§  Participate in all staff meetings and trainings

§  Document lesson planning and student progress

§  Maintain a safe and energetic learning environment that maintains organizational expectations

 

Successful applicants will exhibit the following:

§   Creativity in Classroom Facilitation and Teaching Methods

§   Passion for the Process of Music Making

§   Successful Classroom Management History

§   Experience Teaching Various Abilities and Levels

§   Passion to Work Collaboratively

 

Application procedures and deadlines: To be considered for the position, please your resume and cover letter by email to Alysia Lee, Executive Director at Alysia@SisterCitiesGirlchoir.org

 

Sister Cities Girlchoir: Inspired by Venezuela’s music for social change program, El Sistema, Sister Cities Girlchoir is the girl empowerment choral academy serving over 250 at-risk girls in Philadelphia and Camden, NJ. SCG builds communities of music makers that empower girls to occupy their unique advantage in transforming our world. www.SisterCitiesGirlchoir.org

Sister Cities Girlchoir is committed to the principles of arts education, social justice and community reform, and builds programming to specifically address the needs of urban communities that are typically underrepresented because of race, sex, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status. Accordingly, we welcome and encourage applications from a diverse range of individuals. Sister Cities Girlchoir employs without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other attribute not related to superior performance.

 

 If you have any questions about the Teaching Artists at SCG, please feel free to contact Alysia Lee, Artistic Director at Alysia@SisterCitiesGirlchoir.org or visit our website, www.SisterCitiesGirlchoir.org.