Ensemble Music Schools is seeking a fun, experienced, and professional cello and violin instructor to teach part-time at Northwest School of Music our Austin, TX location. We are looking for teachers who will instruct IN PERSON!
Teachers can set their availability within our open hours as needed, but both students and school staff appreciate consistency and preference will be given to candidates with greater availability.
Successful candidates will have a strong music background evidenced by a degree in violin and/or cello performance, pedagogy or equivalent performing experience, a demonstrated love of teaching, experience working with young musicians, a robust appreciation for punctuality, reliable transportation, and the ability to pass a routine background check.
Instructor pay is commensurate with experience and will be in the range of $27-30/hour. A 401(K) program with employer matching is available to all of our employees after 90 days on the job.
About Ensemble Music Schools
Ensemble Music Schools is a partnership of community-driven music schools that maintain individual identities but share resources to ensure their mutual success.
This posting is for Northwest School of Music. The Northwest School of Music offers private, weekly music lessons in a clean, safe, fun and family oriented environment. Since 2004, we have taught thousands of students from Austin, Cedar Park and central Texas.
Our experienced and enthusiastic staff of University degreed music instructors teach lessons in guitar (acoustic and electric), piano, electric bass guitar, drums, voice, violin and ukulele. We offer each student an inspiring learning environment in a community that fosters love and appreciation for music
Why Teach for Us?
Ensemble Music Schools was created for the purpose of supporting excellence in musical education through excellence in music school administration. Our teachers are the heart and soul of our business - the ones actually in the lesson room with our students - and we are committed to their success. We are focused on attracting and developing highly qualified teaching faculty and endeavor to provide career opportunities appropriate to professional educators. For you, this means that we focus on making it as easy as possible to show up and teach music, with all of the administrative details taken care of, and with professional marketing resources that allow us to deliver steady growth in students and teaching hours.
Please send a resume and brief cover letter to Stephanie Henry through this portal to apply for this position. Diversity is a strength of our musical community, and we invite all those meeting the above criteria to apply.