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Suzuki Violin / Viola and Cello Teachers

Location: Vienna, VA
Posting Date: New on Jan 15 2020

Description: Harmonia School of Music & Art is seeking Suzuki trained teachers for their growing Suzuki program. Immediate openings.

Duties: 1-5 days a week. Teach students using Suzuki and traditional methods in private lessons and Suzuki method in group lessons. School will accommodate teaching days per teacher’s availabilities Monday—Saturday during the school year and Monday -Thursday during the summer.

Qualifications: Required: Music degree in their discipline, Book 1 or higher Suzuki training,
Teaching experience.

Salary: Commensurate with experience and training. Hourly rates for private and group lessons.

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Website: www.harmoniaschool.org/music/private-lessons/
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Suzuki violin/viola teacher

Location: State College, PA
Posting Date: New on Jan 6 2020

Description: The State College Suzuki Program is seeking a violin/viola teacher to join a team of 3 violin teachers and 2 cello teachers. SCSP draws many students from a robust school district and the families of Penn State faculty. Plentiful gigging opportunities also exist in this bustling suburb town.

Duties: Starting Fall 2020, take over departing violin/viola teacher’s studio- a mix of Suzuki and traditional students, currently 21 students (15 hrs/wk) with room for growth. Teach weekly violin group classes. Coach chamber groups. Assist in recital programming, etc. 18-week semesters and flexible summer.

Qualifications: Member of SAA. ECC and Suzuki violin training in Book 1 required. Training through violin Book 4 recommended. Bachelor of Music degree in violin and/or viola preferred. Viola experience or completion of viola units is preferred but not required.

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Hourly rates for individual and group lessons. Contact for further details.

Contact: Contact : Sally Williams Minnich- Director of SCSP and Violin teacher

Website: www.suzukistatecollege.org/

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Website: suzukistatecollege.org
Phone: 4404521988
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Suzuki Piano Teacher

Location: Halifax, NS
Posting Date: New on Jan 6 2020

Description: The Scotia Suzuki School of Music serves aprox. 225 students, and has been growing consistently since it opened in 2017. We have a staff of 16 teachers who are all Suzuki trained.

Duties: Teaching up to 30 hours of a combination of the possible following duties:

-Teach students piano using the Suzuki method in both private and group settings
-Develop curriculum and prepare teaching materials and outlines for a bi-annual parent-training night
-Grade theory books to evaluate students’

Qualifications: -Music degree, book 1 Suzuki training or higher, SECE training and experience is a bonus
-SAA membership active
-Fluent in English
-Experience in teaching piano is preferred.
-Available to start September 1st, 2020, though there is the option to start sooner if you wish

Salary: Please contact for details

Contact: Christy Hodder
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Suzuki Strings Teacher

Location: Hamilton, BM
Posting Date: New on Dec 2 2019

Description: The Bermuda School of Music, Bermuda charity #483, has been providing music education to the Island since 1978. It is our aim to achieve musical excellence for all by providing individual and community music programmes for students of all ages and in areas of need.

Duties: Teach individual and group lessons to students, 29/hours per week. Hold studio and group recitals. Perform in faculty concerts and at community events. Candidate must be able to start in January 2020.

Qualifications: Candidates will hold a degree in Music (violin) and have 5 years post graduate teaching experience. Applicants must have a minimum Book 4 registered Suzuki Teacher Training, the Comprehensive Suzuki Audition video and a teaching video.

Salary: Compensation is competitive and commensurate with training and experience

Contact: : Mr. Kent Hayward, Executive Director, The Bermuda School of Music, Suite 436, 48 Par-la-Ville Road, Hamilton HM11 Tel: 296-5100 Fax: 292-0686 e-mail: [javascript protected email address] website: www.musicschool.bm

Website: www.musicschool.bm
Phone: 441-296-5100 ext. 208
Fax: 441-292-0686
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Suzuki Violin Teacher—Dubai

Location: Dubai, AE
Posting Date: New on Dec 2 2019

Description: Masterminds has partnered with a globally renowned institute that has been a pioneer in childhood development for over 60 years, and whose founders include Nobel prize laureates who were close collaborators with Shinichi Suzuki. We are looking for a Suzuki Violin Teacher to join our dynamic team.

Duties: Suzuki Violin is a core part of the curriculum at Masterminds Nursery & Kindergarten with all children participating in Violin lessons 2 – 3 times per week. The teacher will conduct small group and individual lessons with children 2—6 years old.
Start Date: January, 2020

Qualifications: Suzuki trained teacher with at least 3 years of experience teaching young children.

Salary: Competitive Tax Free expat salary depending on candidate profile and experience
Comprehensive Medical Insurance
Initial Air Ticket to Dubai and Home Leave Ticket (every 2 years)
Relocation Allowance and Initial Hotel Stay
Over 60 days of paid vacation

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Website: www.masterminds.ae
Phone: +971 4 346 9210
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Program Director, Suzuki Strings

Location: Berkeley, CA
Posting Date: New on Nov 25 2019

Description: The Suzuki Strings Program Director is responsible for the Suzuki Strings program at the Crowden Music Center, providing oversight of the curriculum, faculty, and parent and student relationships. See the full job description, www.crowden.org/uploaded/files/About/Suzuki_Strings_Program_Director.pdf

Duties: Duties are outlined in the job description here: www.crowden.org/uploaded/files/About/Suzuki_Strings_Program_Director.pdf

Qualifications: • Substantial training and experience in teaching a string instrument using the Suzuki method.
• Minimum of two years’ experience in a similar leadership position.

Salary: Salary commensurate with experience.

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Website: www.crowden.org
Phone: 5105596910
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Suzuki violin and piano Teachers needed in HOUSTON TX

Location: Houston (north), TX
Posting Date: New on Nov 18 2019

Description: We need A Piano teacher at our Suzuki Academy in HOUSTON
THIS POSITION WILL OPEN IN JANUARY 2020
We have 20 pianos students ready for a new piano teacher.
Teacher will teach private lessons and one group lesson per month.

Duties: We are looking for teachers who are willing to teach 3-4 days/ week minimum (4 hours minimum / day)
We are looking for teachers who are really organized and follow fully the Suzuki Philosophy.

Qualifications: Teachers should have a degree in music and have at least Suzuki book 1 training in their instrument.

Salary: Around $45/ hour)
This job is a Contractor position with no benefits.
Teachers are paid monthly (June to August as well)
Teachers have 3-6 weeks holidays a year and they are paid!
The salary wil be based on students registrations.
We build your program based on registrations

Contact: 832-298-9641

Website: www.samusichouston.com
Phone: 8322989641
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Suzuki cello teacher

Location: State College, PA
Posting Date: New on Nov 18 2019

Description: The State College Suzuki Program (SCSP) is seeking a cello teacher to join a team of 4 violin/viola teachers and 1 other cello teacher. The SCSP draws many students from a robust school district and the families of Penn State University. Several community orchestras offer performing options as well.

Duties: In Summer of 2020 take over departing teacher’s studio consisting of mix of Suzuki and traditional students, currently 14 in all. Coordinate multiple cello group classes with other cello teacher. Coach chamber group rehearsals. Assist in recital programming and outreach concerts.

Qualifications: Member of SAA. ECC and Suzuki training in Book 1 required. Training through Book 4 recommended.

Salary: Hourly rates for individual and group lessons. Other cello and music teaching opportunities are also available. Please contact for further details.

Contact: Sally Williams Minnich- Director of SCSP and Violin teacher

Website: www.suzukistatecollege.org/
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Suzuki violin teacher

Location: Milwaukee, WI
Posting Date: New on Oct 22 2019

Description: The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music is the nation’s fastest growing community music school and the largest and most comprehensive such institution in WI. Located at the heart of Milwaukee’s East Side in a historic mansion overlooking Lake Michigan, the area has a thriving culture and arts scene.

Duties: Teach private lessons and teach Suzuki group classes as needed. Availability for Saturday teaching is strongly preferred. Attend semester faculty meetings and prof. development, take attendance, and work closely with dept. chairs to contribute to a cohesive, high-quality, and positive Suzuki culture

Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor of Music degree in violin or viola, teaching experience, and registered Suzuki training. Teacher should also be a performer at a professional level and skilled in teaching young beginners through advancing levels.

Salary: Commensurate with experience. Teachers are in session for fall and spring semesters of 16-weeks each, as per the Conservatory calendar, and a shorter, more flexible summer session. Part-time position, but full-time is a possible for the right candidate.

Contact: Rachel Fritz, Chief Operations Officer, Wisconsin Conservatory of Music via the following online application portal:
https://www.wcmusic.org/resources/employment-opportunities/#1521815330053-f510359f-d379

Website: www.wcmusic.org/resources/employment-opportunities/#1521815330053-f510
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