Calling All Music Educators and Teaching Artists!
The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory is expanding and we would like to keep you informed as teaching positions become available. If you share our passion for instilling the magic of music in students then…
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The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a full-time Production and Operations Manager to lead the production of events and internal operations of the organization. S/he will prioritize and balance many responsibilities in a fast-paced environment and be committed to our core values of inclusiveness, personal achievement, and community leadership.
Community Opus Program Coordinator
The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a full-time Community Opus Program Coordinator to support the Community Opus Project in Chula Vista, which currently serves approximately 400 students and families. The ideal candidate will have proven organizational and planning skills, be able to engage students and families from various backgrounds, and be flexible and comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. S/he will be committed to our core values of inclusiveness, personal achievement, and community leadership. This position is an excellent opportunity to provide logistical and community support to enrich lives through music education.
Teaching Artist (Strings)
The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a violin Teaching Artist to teach group sectionals from 3:15 to 5:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday during the school year. Our Teaching Artists build musical skills, teach fundamentals, bring out creativity, serve as mentors and role models, and build community to beginner and intermediate musicians in Opus.
Substitute Teaching Artist (Winds or Strings)
The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking substitute Teaching Artists to teach group sectionals and/or conduct and teach full ensembles, on an as-needed basis. Our Teaching Artists build musical skills, teach fundamentals, bring out creativity, serve as mentors and role models, and build community to beginner and intermediate musicians in our Community Programs.
Teaching Artist (Early Childhood)
The Teaching Artists for SDYS’ early childhood music will teach small groups of our Baby and Me Music classes for children 0-4 years old and their caregivers, as well as teach early childhood music to small groups of preschools at contracted sites. Our team begins to build musical skills, creativity, movement, and social-emotional skills for young children. They also build attachment and healthy parenting skills between children and caregivers. All SDYS Teaching Artists serve as mentors and role models, while building a place and sense of community. We do not hire Teaching Artists just to teach music.
The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) instills excellence in the musical and personal development of students through rigorous and inspiring musical training experiences. Students have the opportunity to rehearse and perform through the Conservatory Programs, traditional ensemble experience with weekend rehearsals throughout the school year. Additionally, SDYS strives to make music education affordable and accessible to all. It is advancing this vision in part through its Community Programs, which provide beginning music education to students.
The Production Assistant reports to the Production and Operations Manager for the many and varied jobs that contribute to the smooth running of rehearsals, events and concerts.