Job Opportunities at Holy FamilyConservatory of Music
Join the Holy Family Conservatory of Music family. At Holy Family Conservatory of Music we are looking for instructors who have passion for music, love teaching and helping others, can work well with colleagues, strong commitment to fundamentals, communication skills, inquisitive, driven to accomplishment, and are committed to continuous learning. People who start or expand upon their music careers here are enthusiastic musicians of a life well lived. Holy Family Conservatory of Music welcomes all people of any age, sex, race, or religion by instructing them, encouraging and promoting their performance and appreciation skills, as well as growth in reverence for all persons.
Job title: Cello, Violin, Harp, and Guitar Instructors
Start date: September 2020
Pay: Hourly. To commensurate with experience/education level.
Holy Family Conservatory of Music is a unique institution of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity founded to share with students, their families and the surrounding community the beauty of music; instructing, encouraging and promoting performance and appreciation skills, as well as growth in reverence for all persons. In the tradition of Saint Francis of Assisi and our Sisters, we recognize the power of music to transform the ordinary, to heal broken spirits, to unite hearts, to nurture and form the inner spirit and to help persons to encounter God. In this spirit, we gratefully continue the tradition begun in 1925. The Conservatory currently serves over 200 students annually. The number of students keeps growing.
You can find more information about Holy Family Conservatory of Music at https://www.hfconservatory.org/
Teaching private lessons. Cello and Violin Instructors will be expected to teach group classes as well. Teaching hours to include afternoons and evenings
Opportunity to create new programs
Preparing and encouraging students to participate in recitals at the Conservatory and beyond
Be actively involved with the registration team in the recruitment, retention and maintenance of your studio
Bachelor’s Degree in music is required. Masters of Music preferred.
Previous teaching experience required. 2+ years of teaching private studio preferred.
The ability to work with students of all ages, children and adults
Hourly wage begins at $23/hour and will commensurate with experience/education level. Mileage reimbursement may be available.
TO APPLY send the following materials to Director of Music Education, Dr. Stanislava Varshavski at
Resume with references
Director of Education
Dr. Stanislava Varshavski
Sister Carol Ann Gambsky