EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: (These duties are a general description and are not all-inclusive)
- Select and plan class content.
- Coaching individuals for a particular role in a play or musical.
- Developing a yearly plan & presenting it to the project manager for approval.
- Developing weekly lesson plans & organizing resources.
- Selecting all music needed for performance shows & productions.
- Teaching vocal and breathing exercises and techniques.
- Instructing in melody, harmony and improvisation.
- Practicing to keep up high levels in your own performance.
- Design a recital program.
- Determine class skill and age levels with later adjustments as necessary.
- Solicit volunteers to assist with rehearsals and performance.
- Attend periodic staff meetings.
- Integrate bi-annual recitals in conjunction with other PA instructors.
- Planning activities.
- Adapting teaching methods to meet student´s needs.
- Monitoring student´s performance.
- Responsible for the supervision of registered participants.
- Create a positive, safe & nurturing learning environment.
- Stresses fun, sportsmanship & teamwork.
- Support acting and dance tutors in terms of bringing movement skills to the other disciplines.
- Work with other staff to co-ordinate the end of term productions in terms of presentation, administrative/operational requirements.
- Maintains good working relationship with the participants, parents, staff & officials.
- Communicates well with The project manager, participants, parents & staff about class information.
- Motivates participants to commit to long-term participation.
- Develops rapport with members and respond to questions related to the specialty and/or other program services
- Prepare students for performances
- Organize performance groups, and direct their rehearsals.
Passion for working with and inspiring young people.
- Must be passionate about the specialty.
- A good knowledge of singing styles.
- Possess a thorough understanding of musical notation, key, harmony, scales, melody, etc.
- Previous experience of working with children aged (9-17)
- Three years of experience teaching singing
- At least 18 years of age
- Must be available to work on Friday & Saturday hours
- Demonstrates ability to work well with children and diverse populations.
- Ability to lead and communicate with children, parents and other staff.
- Flair for generating creative ideas and the ability to present them to others.
- A good working knowledge of the singing and performing arts industry.
- Enthusiasm, passion, patience, self-discipline
- Organization skills and self/time management skills.
- To be resourceful and adaptable, and the ability to solve problems.
- Ability to work on a flexible schedule.
- Be flexible, knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and creative and have a good sense of humor.
- Having good sense of quality music.
- Being able to control groups of pupils.
- Ability to work independently
- Be able to make alterations to the teaching plan as requested.
You may have an advantage if you can play one or more musical instruments.
- Previous experience coaching youth sports.
- Singing Degree
- Ideal applicants will also have strong background in piano and be able to accompany voice students on piano and be able to teach piano.