Job Opportunities

Chief Operating Offices
posted 2/1/18

Job Description

Early Childhood Arts Specialist
posted 12/14/17

South Shore Conservatory is interested in receiving resumes on an ongoing basis to fill its regular need for passionate and experienced early childhood arts educators, particularly in the music and drama disciplines. SSC’s extensive early childhood curriculum includes an arts-integrated Preschool/PreK/Kindergarten, Music Together®, and a wide variety of classes that spark young children’s love for music, dance, and drama. SSC is anticipating significant growth over the next three years and is looking to expand its talented and dedicated team of early childhood educators.

Please send a teaching resume and cover letter to express interest in learning more about potential opportunities to: Su D’Ambrosio, Director of Programs and Curriculum, 1 Conservatory Drive, Hingham, MA 02043 or No phone calls please.

Jazz/Rock/Pop Voice Instructor 
Ongoing openings

South Shore Conservatory is seeking a part-time dynamic vocal teaching artist to join its thriving Voice and Jazz/Rock/Pop departments effective April 2017. The current position involves after-school hours teaching on Wednesdays at our Duxbury campus and Friday at our Hingham campus.  A car is essential. The ideal candidate should be skilled at teaching fundamental vocal technique with a strong contemporary focus.  Both the Jazz/Rock/Pop department and Voice departments have a thriving performance culture, so the ideal candidate would be an active participant in SSC’s many performance opportunities. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree and 2 years of teaching experience are required. Please email a cover letter and resume to: JRP/Voice search – Co-Chair Jazz/Rock/Pop Department.  No phone calls please.

Suzuki Violin Instructors
Ongoing openings

South Shore Conservatory welcomes the ongoing receipt of resumes from certified Suzuki Violin teachers. SSC’s thriving Suzuki department requires its teachers to have strong connection to and a passion for the philosophies and pedagogical concepts of the Suzuki method. Teaching a group class is also a possibility and some traditional teaching may also be required. Suitable candidates should have a minimum of Book One training, but addition levels are welcomed. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree and two years of Suzuki teaching experience is required. Please send a cover letter and resume via email to: Lorna Jane Norris – VP of Education No phone calls please.