Open Positions:

Marketing Manager (Full time/salaried)

Upper String Specialist MusicWorks! (part-time/hourly)

Brass & Woodwind Teaching Artists MusicWorks! – (part-time/hourly)

Percussion Teaching Artist MusicWorks! (part-time/hourly)

Links to Complete Job Descriptions Appear Below.

To apply for any of these positions please send cover letter and resume and references to jobs@gulfcoastsymphony.org

The Gulf Coast Symphony is an equal opportunity employer.  No calls please.

Marketing Manager

Type of Employment:  Salaried (Full-time, exempt, full benefits package)

Manages:  Marketing Associate/Social Media Assistant; Interns & Core Symphony Volunteers

Central Role:
To work with the central team of the Music & Executive Director to develop a strategic advertising, direct marketing, and online marketing campaign, as well as lead the grassroots sales efforts of the Gulf Coast Symphony in the areas of subscriptions, single tickets and group sales.  Use all forms of media and communication to build, maintain and manage the reputation of the Gulf Coast Symphony.  Position includes assisting with special events.

Primary Responsibilities:

Advertising, Marketing & Promotions

Communication & Public Relations

Community Engagement Activities

Complete Job Description

Beginning String Specialist MusicWorks!

Responsibilities

  • Teach/Co-Teach, including but not limited to: ‪‪
    • Violin, viola, and/or cello group lessons
    • Lead beginner orchestra ensemble
    • Assist with orchestra rehearsal
  • The 2017-2018 MusicWorks! program begins August 10, 2017 and ends May 30, 2018.  The after-school program runs Monday-Friday from 3-5:30PM* at The Heights Center. This position will either work 5 days from 3-5:30pm, or  3 days/week from 4-5:30PM.

String Specialist

  • Participate in mandatory professional development at the discretion of the Site Coordinator. Additional, optional professional development sessions may be offered.
  • Hold students to high artistic standards, cultivating students’ individual and ensemble skills.
  • Work to develop social skills in students.
  • Develop students’ music reading skills and basic music theory knowledge.
  • Submit weekly lesson plans under the guidelines provided within the MusicWorks! Curriculum guide…

Click here for information about MusicWorks!

Complete Job Description

 

Teaching Artists: Brass & Woodwinds  

Multiple Part-Time positions available for the 2018-2019 After school MusicWorks! program-Woodwind Teaching Artists

 Responsibilities

  • Teach/Co-Teach, including but not limited to: ‪‪
    • Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and/or Bassoon group lessons
    • Lead woodwind sectionals (mixed instrumentation)
    • Assist with orchestra and wind ensemble rehearsals
  • The 2017-2018 MusicWorks! program begins August 10, 2017 and ends May 30, 2018.  The after-school program runs Monday-Friday from 3-5:30PM* at The Heights Center. This position will either work 5 days from 3-5:30pm, or  3 days/week from 4-5:30PM.
  • Hold students to high artistic standards, cultivating students’ individual and ensemble skills.
  • Work to develop social skills in students.
  • Develop students’ music reading skills and basic music theory knowledge.
  • Submit weekly lesson plans under the guidelines provided within the MusicWorks! Curriculum guide…

Click here for information about MusicWorks!

Complete Job Description

Teaching Artist: Percussion

Responsibilities

  • Teach/Co-Teach, including but not limited to: ‪‪
    • Percussion Group lessons; instruments to include Snare drum, Timpani, and Auxiliary Percussion
    • Lead Percussion Ensemble Rehearsals
    • Teach general percussion/rhythm classes for all MusicWorks! students
  • The 2017-2018 MusicWorks! program begins August 10, 2017 and ends May 30, 2018.  The after-school program runs Monday-Friday from 3-5:30PM* at The Heights Center. This position will either work 5 days from 3-5:30pm, or  3 days/week from 4-5:30PM.
  • Participate in mandatory professional development at the discretion of the Site Coordinator. Additional, optional professional development sessions may be offered.
  • Hold students to high artistic standards, cultivating students’ individual and ensemble skills through appropriate warmups, technical exercises, games, and diverse repertoire.
  • Prepare and lead students at selected concerts and events.
  • Work to develop social skills in students.
  • Develop students’ music reading skills and basic music theory knowledge.
  • Submit weekly lesson plans under the guidelines provided within the MusicWorks! Curriculum guide…

Click here for information about MusicWorks!

Complete Job Description

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