Full-Time and Permanent; Exempt; 7.33 Hours/Day; 200 Days/Year; 10 Months/YearMinimum Qualifications
Nature of Position
- Bachelor's Degree in music education (vocal or instrumentation).
- Tuberculin skin test certifying that the individual is free of contagious tuberculosis.
- Eligible for, or in possession of, Virginia Teacher's Certificate/Licensure with appropriate endorsement(s).
- In depth knowledge of the subject(s) to be taught.
- Demonstrate considerable knowledge of the principles and methodologies of effective teaching.
- Ability to deliver articulate oral presentations and written reports and effectively interact with pupils, other teachers, administrators, and classified employees.
- Demonstrate expertise in the applied major and minor.
- Teaches knowledge and skills in music appreciation, fundamentals, and explorations in music and in general and beginning choral music (chorus) or instrumental music (strings) to pupils (Elementary).
- Teaches knowledge and skills in music appreciation, theory, explorations in music, and instrumental music (band, orchestra, instrumental ensemble) or choral music (chorus, choir, choral ensemble) to pupils (Secondary).
- Utilizes courses of instruction approved by appropriate authorities.
- Instructs pupils in citizenship and basic subject matter specified in state law and administrative regulations and procedures of the school district.
- Plans a balanced music program and organizes daily class time so that preparation, instruction, and rehearsal can be accomplished within the allotted time.
- Provides individual or small group instruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each pupil.
- Uses repertoire of all types of music literature, including traditional and contemporary, that are appropriate for the ages and skill levels of pupils.
- Controls the storage and use of school-owned property; makes minor adjustments and initiates repairs to instruments as required with the designated vendor.
- Establishes and maintains standards of pupil behavior for an orderly, productive learning environment during class, group practice, and musical performance.
- Evaluates each pupil's progress in growth and performance, assessing each pupil's individual contribution to the group.
- Plans, rehearses, and directs pupils in musical programs for the school and community as appropriate.
- Selects and requisitions music books, musical instruments, and instructional aids; maintains required inventory records.
- Maintains professional competence through in-service educational activities provided by the district and/or self-selected professional growth activities related to music.
- Identifies pupils' needs and cooperates with other professional staff members in helping pupils solve health, attitude, and learning problems.
- Communicates with parents and/or school personnel on pupil progress.
- Cooperates with the school administration in providing optimum musical instruction and opportunities.
- Supervises pupils in out-of-classroom music activities during and outside the assigned work day.
- Participates cooperatively with the appropriate administrator to develop the method by which he/she will be evaluated in conformance with district guidelines.
- Work is performed in a classroom, concert halls, auditoriums, and outdoors, involving exposure to the normal risks associated with each and requires no unusual demands.
- Work involves exposure to higher than normal decibel levels because of use of instruments and singular and multiple voices.
- Above-average amount of walking, marching, bending, standing, stooping, and lifting in a classroom and concert environment and laboratories.
- Position Type:Full-time
- Positions Available:1
Job Categories :Career Education > Music
Classroom Teacher > Music EducationJob RequirementsContact Information
- Amanda Schilling
- 800 E. City Hall Ave
- Norfolk,Virginia 23510
- Phone: (757) 628-3905
- Email: click here