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Posted May 9, 2022

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
158 Vreeland Avenue
Nutley, New Jersey 07110
(973) 667-0256 

Position: Director of Music, Organist and Pianist
Reports to:  Pastor and Council President
Average Weekly Hours:  8
Salary and Vacation: commensurate with experience and qualifications

Job Summary: The Director of Music ensures that God is glorified, and the Gospel is proclaimed through the liturgical and musical life of the congregation.  Working with the Pastor and the Worship and Music Committee, the Director of Music oversees the planning and implementation of music programs for the congregation, including the Sunday hymns and anthems, choir, and special musicians and groups.

Education, Skills, and Ability: The Director of Music will display a professional level of vocal and instrumental ability from training and/or experience and have a practical understanding of Lutheran worship and liturgy. Organ, keyboard, and piano are regularly used during worship, and a selection of percussion instruments are also available for the Director’s use. The Director must be able and willing to lead rehearsals for church choir(s) outside weekly worship as well as directing the choir(s) during worship.

The ability to work well in a collaborative and friendly manner is vital, to lead with a spirit of joy within our congregation and as a minister to the community and the larger Church.

Additional Qualifications:

  • Dedication: making music an integral part of the life and mission of the Church
  • Passion: pursuit of continuing education in music, worship, and liturgy through professional associations and publications
  • Open-Mindedness: a willingness and ability to continue a tradition of vibrant and diverse musical styles

Worship and Music Responsibilities:

  1. The Director of Music shall rehearse sufficiently to maintain a high caliber of music.
  2. Ensure liturgical, choral, and instrumental music appropriate to the Lutheran worship tradition is incorporated in weekly worship as well as seasonal and special services as determined by the Church Council (including, but not limited to Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, the Longest Night, weddings, and funerals).
  3. Encourage the musical talents, participation, and spiritual growth of members of the congregation of all ages through organizing and coordinating the church choir as well as special musical offerings, including soloists, instrumentalists, and small ensembles in cooperation with the Worship and Music Committee.
  4. Worship planning and hymn selection, with the input of the Pastor, and timely provision of associated details to the Church Secretary for inclusion in the worship bulletin, licensing reports, and newsletters.
  5. Support the work of other ministries of the congregation, such as community outreach as assigned by the Pastor and Church Council.
  6. Flexibility in providing music both in person and via digital and social media, as deemed appropriate by the Church Council.

Administrative Responsibilities:

  1. Establish and publicize rehearsal scheduling for the church choir.
  2. Attend and contribute to Worship and Music Committee meetings.
  3. Catalogue and maintain organization of the music library and choir room.
  4. Coordinate timely maintenance of instruments by qualified repair personnel.
  5. Provide advance notice of worship absences to the Worship and Music Committee and the Church Secretary and arrange for a qualified substitute organist or pianist.
  6. Assist in the preparation of the annual budget for Worship and Music programs and ensure compliance with budgeted amounts throughout the year.
  7. Provide written summaries of Worship and Music programs for the church’s newsletters and annual reports.
  8. Ensure compliance with all copyright laws and licenses.

Future Opportunities:

         It is Holy Trinity’s goal to reinvigorate our youth ministries by restarting our Sunday School and children’s choir in the future, which will be an opportunity for growth for the Director of Music.

A criminal background check is required for this position. Full Covid-19 vaccination or a commitment to weekly testing is also required.

Qualified applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to the attention of Jeremy Boyer by mail to the address listed above or by email to

Posted May 9, 2022

Hovnanian School in New Milford, NJ is seeking a full/part time enthusiastic and experienced Music Teacher starting in September 2022

  • Provide students with an understanding of music theory and history as well as singing and vocal skills
  • Work with students on plays, concerts, and other events that include music
  • Assign practice and other music-related homework and test students on their knowledge
  • Keep grades, meet with parents, and share progress reports.

Job types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

If interested or for further details please contact the office at 201-967-5940 or email

Posted April 20, 2022

Concordia Conservatory. Piano Faculty – part-time

POSITION TITLE:  Piano Faculty
DEPARTMENT:  Concordia Conservatory Bronxville and Stamford

Concordia Conservatory, an independent community music school in Bronxville, NY and Stamford, CT, is currently searching for an experienced piano faculty to teach private lessons and coach chamber music.

The position includes a minimum of 3 hours and a maximum of 30 hours a week of teaching private piano and chamber music coaching per week, and would require teaching days in one or both locations. The position will begin in fall 2022 for the 2022-23 academic year.

Bronxville: Monday, Friday, Saturday
Stamford:  Monday, Tuesday


Reports to Executive Director Kathleen Suss and Piano Department Head Jacob DeHoyos.


Regular contact with students, Faculty, Staff and third parties requiring courtesy, discretion, professional appearance, and sound judgment.

Concordia Conservatory’s mission is to inspire, instruct and enrich lives through music and the arts, offering excellence in education and performance.  Concordia Conservatory is committed to bringing the arts to all people regardless of age, ability, ethnic origin or financial situation, and serves as a music education resource for the Westchester County and Fairfield County communities.

Concordia Conservatory does not discriminate in the employment of individuals on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, sex or age.


Private Piano instruction and Chamber Music Coach for students ranging in ages four through adults.


Exemplify the philosophy of Concordia Conservatory’s mission statement and values in all aspects of day-to-day duties and responsibilities assigned to this position
Effectively communicate with kindness, understanding and helpfulness when interacting with students, staff, parents, faculty and the general public
Develop and maintain positive relationships
Exhibit a cheerful, positive, loyal, team-member attitude toward the purposes, programs, policies and goals of the Conservatory
Constantly strive to improve performance


Critical evaluation—identify and resolve problems in a timely manner and gather and analyze information skillfully
Oral communication—speak clearly and politely and, demonstrate group presentation skills when speaking on behalf of Concordia Conservatory
Written Communication—edit work for spelling and grammar, maintain professional tone, and accuracy in written communication
Adaptability—adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing demands and be able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events
Dependability—be consistent to work on time, follow instructions, respond to management direction and solicit feedback to improve performance


Bachelor’s degree in Music or related field, Master’s or Doctorate preferred.
Minimum of 3-5 years teaching experience in an academic or community music school environment.
Ability to represent the Conservatory in a professional manner.
Work well with multiple constituencies.
Ability to work with confidential information and exercise discretion.
Demonstrate ability to effectively solve problems.
Goal and detail oriented.
Effective at managing multiple priorities.

Work Location:
171 White Plains Road
Bronxville, NY 10708
Monday, Friday, Saturday  
884 Newfield Ave
Stamford, CT 06905
Monday, Tuesday


Hourly rate/compensation is commensurate with experience

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to: Kathleen Suss, Executive Director of Concordia Conservatory  by May 1, 2022.

Posted April 11, 2022

Passaic NJ Church Seeking Musician(s) for Easter Sunday

Musicians need for for Passaic, NJ church on:

Holy Thursday, April 14 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. and
Easter Sunday, April 17 from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

For more information contact:

Posted March 10, 2022

Part-time Organist Position
Ss Cyril and Methodius RC Parish, 215 HIll St, Boonton, NJ.
Candidates must possess organ/piano skills and be knowledgeable in Catholic liturgy & music.

Will need to be available for Sunday 10:30am mass and Holiday masses.
For more information contact: or call 973 334-0139

Posted March 10, 2022

Salaried Organist Position

Organist/Accompanist Community Presbyterian Church of Chester, NJ
220 Main Street, Chester, NJ, 07930

PURPOSE: To provide leadership and administration to the music program as an integral part of the worship and music ministry of the Community Presbyterian Church, provide organ/piano music during worship services and to provide instrumental accompaniment for the choirs.

REPORTS TO: Accountable to the Pastor as Head of Staff, Music Director, and to the Session through the Personnel Council

QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Proficiency on the organ, piano, and keyboard. 2. Minimum of one year’s experience as a church organist, assistant organist, or choir accompanist. 3. Familiarity with Protestant music, traditional to contemporary. 4. Formal training in organ and church music required.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Coordinate the music program and rehearsals with the Pastor, Music Director, Worship Council and choir members and volunteers and other staff.2. Provide appropriate music for regularly scheduled services. 3. Provide accompaniment for senior choir, children’s choirs, and/or guest soloist rehearsals and worship services. 4. Provide appropriate music for special services including, but not limited to, the following: -Maundy Thursday worship -Good Friday worship -Thanksgiving eve worship -Christmas eve worship services (Appropriate music includes, but is not limited to, a prelude, postlude, accompaniment to hymns, accompaniment to choirs.) 1 5. Be available to provide appropriate music for weddings and funerals if requested by Music Director and/or Pastor. The pay for these is separate from salary provided by CPC and paid by the families involved. 6. Arrange for a substitute when not able to be present. 7. Serve as a member of the Worship Council as an ex-officio member.8. Attend every other month staff meeting to facilitate planning and any other staff meetings as scheduled

Relationships: Relates to the Pastor, the Worship Council, Music/Senior Choir Director, other choir directors, and the Director of Family Ministries in the performance of responsibilities Evaluations: Performance reviews will be conducted at least annually by the Pastor and the Session Personnel Council. The Session Personnel Council will annually review the adequacy of the compensation. –

This is a salaried year-round position and includes two weeks of vacation including Sundays. – Primary Instruments on site: Allen Organ Genisys 220 33 Stops/2 Manual 2 

Posted March 8, 2022

Per Diem Organist Position

First Lutheran Church
153 Park St, Montclair, NJ 07042
We currently have an Organist vacancy at our church and are beginning the search process.
Here is a link to the details of our organ.
Please contact: Pastor Margarette Ouji for more information

Posted February 22, 2022
Description: Piano teacher substitute for beginner to intermediate students / possible permanent position.
Dates: Monday 3/7/2022
Compensation: $50/hour for 3 hours
Contact: Elisa Heinsohn or (973)748-2787

Posted February 11, 2022

Director of Music – Vincent UMC in Nutley

Vincent United Methodist Church seeks a part-time Director of Music. The ideal candidate will plan and implement the musical components of the worship services with the pastor and music committee. The position requires the music director to play both piano and pipe organ for worship. The director will also lead the Chancel Choir and Wesley Bell choir utilizing a variety of musical styles.

Vincent United Methodist Church is a highly vital and diverse multi-generational community of faith located in the heart of vibrant Nutley, New Jersey. Our blended worship service gathers an average of 100 people on-site and online on Sunday mornings.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to the church via email to

Posted January 24, 2022

Seeking Pianist and Bass Player for Engagement Party

Looking for a pianist and perhaps a bass player to perform at our home for my daughter’s engagement party on March 12th, 2022.
Interested in soft or jazzy background music. We are located in Morristown, N.J.

Contact info: Lori and Steven Alhanti
732-735-2173 or or Carly’s email:

Posted December 17, 2021

Anselmo Academy of Music & the Arts

Guitar teacher needed for beginning class

3:15 – 4:15pm, New City, NY (Rockland County).
$40/hr with the Anselmo Academy of Music
1/4, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 3/1
Make-up days: 3/8, 3/15 (in case of teacher cancellation or snow)

Piano teacher needed for beginning class

3:15 – 4:15pm, New City, NY (Rockland County).
$40/hr with the Anselmo Academy of Music
1/5, 1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 3/2
Make-up days: 3/9, 3/16 (in case of teacher cancellation or snow)

Piano teacher needed for beginning class
2:40 – 3:40pm, West Nyack, NY.
$40/hr with the Anselmo Academy of Music
1/6, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/3, 2/10

Posted November 22, 2021

Home Sweet Home Music
Looking for Talented Music Teachers

Hello, we are searching for talented and dynamic instructors who are passionate about teaching music and enjoy creating a wonderful experience for their students. Our extraordinary team is focused on excellence in music education and providing world class service. If you share our commitment to excellence, and you are interested in joining our team, we would love to hear from you. We offer a flexible work environment committed to growth and development, competitive pay, discounts on major brands and much more.

Any type of instruments including voice lessons are welcome.

Applicants may send their resume to Karen Gabriele at

Posted November 16, 2021


Hoping to find a guitar teacher for a 15-year-old boy who is talented and loves to play.
Rigid lessons through traditional schools have not been the right approach for this teen. He loves alt-rock, jazz, Elliot Smith, Jack White, and “math rock.” (Please don’t tell him his mother wrote this, as it may sound ridiculous on paper, and he will be appalled.)

A dark sense of humor would be helpful.
Showing up at scheduled times is essential.

$60 per hour. Weekday evenings or nights. (Except Tuesday)

Please contact: or text: 347-385-9172

Posted October 28, 2021
Vincent United Methodist Church
Nutley, NJ
Music Director and Organist

The part time position requires that the Director of Music play pipe organ and piano at the worship service. Also required, leading the Chancel Choir and directing the Bell Choir.

Interested candidates should submit a resume to: or call 973-667-5440.

Posted October 26, 2021
The Bergen Academy of Music and Art
Part-time violin teaching position

The Bergen Academy of Music and Art ( in Oradell, NJ is looking for a VIOLIN TEACHER for Saturday mornings, with the possibility of adding an additional weekday if enrollment increases. Students are currently on the roster. Our current Saturday violin teacher is retiring. Immediate start date available.

Job Description:

  • Part- time teaching position
  • Responsible for weekly lessons for students of all ages (4yr. to adult).
  • Yearly teaching contract (September through June, optional summers)


  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree or higher is preferred.
  • At least 3 years of teaching experience preferred.
  • Must have good people and communication skills. Must be good with young children.
  • Must be able to commit to at least one year after signing contract.

Hourly Rate:

  • $35 per hour starting rate for new teachers. W-2 employee status (larger take-home pay than 1099, independent contractor status)
  • Minimum 2hrs paid time for each teaching day

If interested, please email resume and bio to

Posted October 1, 2021

Music Director/Organist Needed

Immaculate Conception Church, 75 Church Street, Franklin, NJ. Candidates must possess organ, piano, & vocal skills, be knowledgeable in Catholic liturgy & music & have experience in choral direction.

Will need to be available for Saturday evening mass 5pm, Sunday 9:30am & 11:30am mass.

Holiday masses and willing to work with the children choir, adult choir & cantors.

If interested, please e-mail your resume to

Posted September 10, 2021

Caldwell University Campus Ministry—Music Minister

Purpose: The campus ministry music minister position will support the mission and work of campus ministry at Caldwell University by providing music at the weekly Sunday liturgies held at 7:00 PM during the academic year. The dates for each mass will be predetermined. The music minister is responsible for playing the piano or guitar and providing vocals as well as choosing the liturgical music for each Mass.


● Be present at Sunday Masses on campus in the Sister Mary Dominic Tweedus Chapel (Caldwell University)

● Select liturgical music pieces each week that are in line with the readings/themes of the week

● Play piano or guitar and sing

● Help to lead students who desire to be involved in liturgical music

● Offer a fun and engaging musical presence to our college students

● Other duties as assigned


● Work closely with the Director of Campus Ministry


● Sundays 6:00 PM-8:30 PM

● Any necessary work during the week to prep for Sunday Liturgies


● Collaborate with and recruit other students on campus to help sing at masses

Compensation: Weekly stipend based on skill level

If Interested, Contact: Colleen O’Brien, Director of Campus Ministry. 973-618-3660 Music Minister Job Description

Posted August 9, 2021

Wedding Pianist Needed

Pianist needed to play current contemporary music at wedding at the main entrance as guests arrive.

The wedding is October 24th 2021 from 6pm to 8pm at the Valley Regency in Clifton, NJ.

Contact: Christopher Bermeo at or by phone/text at 201-388-8400.

Posted August 26, 2021

Marketing Internship with The Montclair Orchestra

We are starting to gear up for programs again for the fall, and new to this year, we will be offering some internship opportunities to interested students. The first internship to be offered will be a marketing internship, to help with creating and implementing various marketing and promotional components for concerts and other activities, in conjunction with a marketing coordinator. Social media content creation and management, advertising layout, audience targeting, messaging development, email marketing promotion and media interfacing will all be part of this position. Experience in design (Adobe CS or similar) and professional writing is a plus, though guidance and assistance will be provided. This paid role will have flexible remote hours (office hours in Montclair can be established as well if desired), and require at least two hours per week dedicated to the work, with more hours being assigned as dictated by both concert and student schedules.

For more info, email MO President Andre Weker at

Posted August 23, 2021

Bach To Rock Music School, located just north of New Jersey in Nanuet, NY, is seeking multi-instrumentalist teachers. Music teachers who can play two or more of the following preferred: drums, piano, voice and guitar. Ability to teach rock band also a big plus. We are also seeking DJ and audio engineering teachers. Experience teaching young and beginning musicians strongly preferred. Bach to Rock offers the opportunity to work a flexible part time schedule in a fun environment with other like-minded musicians. Health benefits and a 401k program offered for all employees who meet a moderate weekly hours level. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

For more information please click

Or, email

Posted August 12, 2021

The Somerset Presbyterian Church is seeking organists/pianists who would be available for an occasional Sunday morning service.

A stipend would be included.

For further information, please contact: Mary Jane Lojewski, ’69 Director of Music. 732-563-1278

More Information

Posted July 27, 2021

Alto Soloist Needed

Church of the Atonement
97 Highwood Avenue
Tenafly, NJ 07670

Church of the Atonement in Tenafly, NJ is seeking a part-time alto soloist to assume a leadership role in the alto section of an otherwise volunteer but active choir of approximately 12 members with 4 paid soloists. The successful candidate will be required to participate one day a week at the Sunday 10 a.m. service and 9 a.m. rehearsal from September until mid-June, as well as extra services on Christmas Eve, Advent Candlelight and Carols, Lenten Meditations and Easter Saturday Vigil. She will also have the opportunity to sing solos and in ensembles during services and occasional choral concerts throughout the year. Pay is $100 per service. The position will begin September 2021 and the church is following all the diocesan guidelines during the pandemic.

The candidate should have previous professional experience in church music both as soloist and choir member. Church of the Atonement is a small but vibrant and active Episcopal congregation of about 250 members in suburban New Jersey with a highly developed and serious music program. Music encompasses all periods and styles, from plainchant through contemporary, from anthems to oratorios. Further information on the church can be accessed from their website

For further information on the position or to submit a resume please email Brian Schober, Music Director, at

Posted July 20, 2021

The Anselmo Academy of Music and the Arts

Piano and voice/musical theatre teachers needed for after-school classes, each 1 hour long in West Orange and Maplewood, NJ, in-person starting in September for elementary school children. Sessions run 8 weeks. Classes are Monday – Thursday afternoons from 2:35pm on, based on the teacher’s availability. The Anselmo Academy of Music and the Arts is a non-profit organization that hires teachers for music, acting, and tutoring sessions taught in schools, community centers, and private homes. An upbeat personality and reliable transportation are a must!

Fingerprinting and background check may be required. All applying must be vaccinated!

Job Type: Part-time
Pay: $40.00 per hour

Contact more

Posted July 13, 2021
Keyboardist/organist Needed

Keyboardist/organist needed for church service. Sundays 10:30am to noon. Union, NJ.

Pay: $125/wk

Contact Iris for more info:

Posted July 13, 2021

Garden State Yacht Club on Lake Hopatcong

I plan Friday night entertainment for the Garden State Yacht Club on Lake Hopatcong. We are looking for a musical group to perform on the evening of Friday, Sept. 3. It could be popular or classical music – any number of performers. The remuneration would be negotiable – but our max. budget is $500.

Please contact Addie Some: or phone 201-913-9700

Posted June 14, 2021

Bishop Janes UMC Director of Music Ministries

Bishop Janes United Methodist Church (BJUMC) is an active community of Believers Joyously Unified in Mission with Christ. Our congregation strives to welcome all, to grow closer to God, and to serve the world. We have a rich tradition of high-quality music, blending traditional repertoire with contemporary offerings. We are located in historic downtown Basking Ridge, conveniently nestled in north central New Jersey.

Education: Bachelor’s Degree or higher preferred

Please send a cover letter and resume to: Doug Shurts, Chair, SPRC at by July 5, 2021.

More Information

Posted June 9, 2021

Church Musician for Our Church Worship Service

Mt. Ararat Baptist Church in Rutherford NJ

We are currently rebuilding the membership, specifically in the music ministry. We are currently in search of a church musician for our church worship service which is every Sunday at 10 am. I would like to know if there are students looking for an opportunity to share their gift in music while serving as a church musician at our church. Again as we are currently looking to rebuild, we are looking for someone to share approximately 2-1/2 hours per week, one hour for choir rehearsal at the convenience of the church musician’s schedule and then during the worship service on Sunday.

If there are any students interested in this opportunity please contact the church
at (201)460-1820 or you may email us at

Rev. Shawn Pate, Pastor of the Mt. Ararat Baptist Church in Rutherford NJ

Posted May 20, 2021

Violin, viola and Cello players needed in Orange, NJ for a video shoot
and possible studio recording between now and June 15, 2021

Contact Kerlyne: 646-318-6378
(Text messages preferred but can call.)

Posted May 17, 2021

Searching for Musicians for Wedding Ceremony

Piano, Violin, Cello or String Trio or Solo Harp

Type of event: Wedding Ceremony
Date: April 2, 2022
Time & requested duration: tentatively 2PM, about 1.5 hours max? Haven’t nailed this down yet but the ceremony will not be longer than 1 hour.
Type of music: classical (interested in contemporary songs done classically: think Bridgerton soundtrack)
Compensation: $500 per musician

There is a piano available on site. The location is 40 South Fullerton Avenue in Montclair NJ 07042.

Contact info: Stephanie Rodgers, 201-965-7891,

Posted May 17, 2021

Teen Music Program Part-time Leader for Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township, NJ

We are currently looking for an individual to lead a teen music program on a part-time basis. They will assist the Associate Music Director in implementing a fun music program and should have the ability to play and work comfortably in a range of styles. Proficiency in piano is required and additional ability in guitar and/or other instruments preferred. A strong love for music and experience in worship music is a plus.

Please contact:

Linda Barnes
The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township
240 Southern Blvd.

Chatham, NJ 07928

Posted May 3, 2021

Ridgewood High School Vocal Music Teacher Needed

Ridgewood High School (Ridgewood, NJ) is seeking a dynamic, versatile, and
organized vocal music teacher to lead a program of 150+ student musicians
at one of New Jersey’s finest secondary schools. Ridgewood is located in
Bergen County, approximately 15 miles northwest of New York City, and has
a long standing tradition of supporting music in the schools. Recently,
Ridgewood was named one of the “Best Communities for Music Education in
America” by NAMM for 2021.

More Information

Posted May 10, 2021

Kenilworth Public Schools
ANTICIPATED POSITION 2021-2022 Teacher of Music (Vocal) – Elem.

Tenure Track Full-time 10-Month Position

Harding Elementary School
Anticipated Start Date: September 1, 2021

APPLICATION: Please apply through Kenilworth Public Schools’ Frontline Education portal at by May 22, 2021.

More Information

Posted April 29, 2021


POSITION: Music Teacher, Instrumental Music
LOCATION: Montgomery High School
JOB DESCRIPTION: Instructs pupils in a classroom environment that fosters learning and personal growth. Works to achieve the educational goals established by the district using approved curricula, textbooks, and other appropriate teaching materials.

This position is a full-time, tenure track instrumental music position at Montgomery High School. Our high school program consists of 330 students in grades 9-12 divided into 5 ensembles by skill level (3 wind bands and 2 string orchestras). The program is team-taught by two music teachers as to allow for lessons, chamber music, and sectionals during class. The successful candidate will be responsible for planning large ensemble and small group instruction with our band ensembles and assisting with lessons and small group instruction in our string ensembles.

More information on how to apply

Posted April 29, 2021

Elementary Instrumental Music Teacher – Grover Cleveland/Roosevelt

Rahway Public Schools has an opening for an elementary instrumental music teacher.

Link to apply

Posted April 15, 2021

Located about 12 minutes from MSU.
130 Main St, West Orange, NJ 07052

We are a local Music School with a concentration in classical music and we are currently looking for piano and guitar teachers. We are looking for several candidates who are freshmen, sophomores, or juniors.

Candidates would need to call/email us to schedule their interviews. Our phone number is 973-731-5890 and our email address is as follows:

Posted February 4, 2021
Count Basie Center for the Arts
Education & Outreach Associate/Teaching Artist
Apply directly to, Ann Marie Keenan.

The Count Basie Center for the Arts, in the ever-growing and beautiful downtown Red Bank, New Jersey, is seeking a highly motivated, creative, and experienced Education and Outreach Associate / Teaching Artist to support the department’s Academy classes and educational outreach efforts throughout the region.

Applicants should forward a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and list of references to: Ann Marie Keenan, Human Resources Director, at

Organizational Background
Founded in 1926, The Count Basie Center for the Arts is New Jersey’s premier center for the cultural arts, dedicated to fostering powerful, inclusive artistic experiences and creative exchange of ideas.

The Basie mission is to inspire, educate and entertain through its distinct and engaging cultural and artistic offerings that reflect the diversity of the region. As a nonprofit organization, the Basie is committed to enriching the community’s quality of life by generating opportunities for participation in the arts, partnering with schools, collaborating with other mission-based organizations, and driving regional economic prosperity.

At the Count Basie Center for the Arts, we have a clear vision: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay and do their best work. Our continued pledge to deepen our commitment to cultural competency, racial equity and social inclusion is at the heart of our mission as a nonprofit.

Under the direction of the Senior Director of Education, the Education & Outreach Associate / Teaching Artist will teach education & outreach classes and provide administrative support that aligns with their teaching efforts. This is a full-time exempt position in the Count Basie Center Department of Education. This position is eligible for the Basie’s competitive benefits package that includes paid time off (personal, sick and vacation), insurance (health, dental, vision, life, long and short-term disability) and a 401(k)-retirement plan.

• Bachelor’s degree preferred (or relevant experience).
• The ideal candidate will have previous Teaching Artist experience, and a background/experience in the field of education and/or arts administration.
• Experience in creative and arts-based pedagogy and practices and/or arts integration
• Knowledge of and experience with NJ Student Learning Standards, National Core Arts Standards and/or experience with social emotional learning framework(s)
• Experience in Anti-Racist Education, Restorative Justice, and/or culturally responsive pedagogy a desirable
• Outstanding interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with staff at all levels, and interact with patrons, students, teachers, parents, and community members.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a high emphasis on customer service.
• Detail oriented, self-starter, with strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to multi-task and perform job responsibilities with minimal supervision.
• Must be a team player and be able to work in a fast-paced environment and across departments.
• Skills in database management and all Microsoft Office Suite products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook).
• Strong work ethic, team player, creative and proactive thinking, and a positive attitude.
• Bilingual a plus

Posted February 3, 2021

Count Basie Center for the Arts
Part-time Piano/Violin/Cello Instructors

The historic Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, NJ is seeking multiple part-time music instructors in areas of Piano/Violin/Cello to work at its renowned Monmouth Conservatory.

This ideal candidate is responsible for teaching private or group music lessons to students of all ages and abilities. The ability to teach beginning students is necessary. This individual must show organizational skills and an ability to effectively communicate with students, parents and staff.

This is a part-time, hourly position and does not provide benefits. Pay is commensurate with experience.

Candidates must furnish a complete resume, along with a cover letter summarizing their desire to work for the Basie and the Monmouth Conservatory. These materials should describe previous teaching and performing experiences in all art forms, ages and levels, in private or public studios or schools. Candidates should also list experience with English Language Learners or students with special needs.

Please submit materials to No phone calls, please — candidates whose experience meets our needs will be contacted directly.

The candidate will teach private or group instrumental lessons while incorporating elements of music theory, instrumental technique, and prepare students for music festivals as well as competitions. The candidate will assist students during ensemble rehearsals; work with administration on lesson scheduling and attend scheduled staff meetings.

Bachelor’s degree in music education or performance or equivalent experience. We require that all employees submit to and clear a fingerprint and background check.
Prior experience in the Suzuki Method or Dalcroze Eurythmics is preferred.

Posted January 28, 2021

St. George’s is seeking an energetic, creative, and faithful Minister of Music, who views their role and that of the entire music team, as a ministry to the service and glory of God, to join us in our ministry in the Maplewood/South Orange community!

Position Title: Minister of Music

Congregation: St. George’s Episcopal Church, Maplewood, NJ,

Type of Commitment: Part-time (20-25 hours a week)

Compensation: $25,000-$30,000 salary range, plus pension contribution

Required Qualifications

  • B.A. or M.A. in music or equivalent education. Significant experience as a church musician and choir leader may be considered in lieu of formal certification.
  • Proficient at playing the organ and piano.
  • Knowledgeable about diverse church music styles from traditional hymnody to contemporary worship.
  • Desired five years of experience directing and growing a choir of adult volunteers and a children’s/youth choir, as well as identifying individual musical gifts amongst the broader church community to enhance worship.
  • Proven ability to maintain, expand and improve the church’s library and catalog of vocal and instrumental scores and ensure compliance with copyright and reporting.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and flexibility in working with a small church team.
  • Hands on skills or, at a minimum, demonstrated familiarity with technologies that support virtual choir participation and musical recordings for use in livestreamed church services.

More details here.

Posted January 28, 2021

The United States Army Chorus is hiring + other areas too!

The Army Chorus highly values singers who are passionate about their craft. Chorus members have the opportunity to avail themselves of professional-development funds to study with voice teachers and coaches of their choice. Some members of the Chorus have even been able to use their annual 30 days of paid leave to perform locally, nationally, and internationally as soloists in such houses as The New York City Opera, Carnegie Hall, and The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. That flexibility and the chance to act as musical ambassadors to the most influential people in the world are reasons that many members of the Chorus decide to retire from the Chorus after a full career of 20 years or more.

We have many exciting career opportunities available for up-and-coming tenors, baritones, and basses. We are currently accepting audition materials for Tenors and Baritones. If you know singers who may be interested, but don’t necessarily fit the voice parts we are currently accepting applications for, make sure they continue to check the vacancy page at for the most updated and current list of openings.

Note the other areas hiring:

Army Band Vacancies

Also, please don’t hesitate to contact our auditions coordinator, Staff Sergeant Matthew Richardson, at to discuss this job further.