Community Music Center of Boston
Current Job Openings
The Chief Operating/Financial Officer (COO/CFO) is a senior-level position that is responsible for day-to-day general operations for the organization and interacts with all levels of staff and faculty. The position directs and provides oversight for financial management, human resources, registration (student services), general operations, and information technology systems. The COO/CFO helps to ensure the implementation of CMCB’s strategic plan and alignment to the organization’s mission and vision. The position will assist and work closely with the Executive Director, particularly in finance and accounting matters.Read More
The performing arts educator selected for this position will serve as a teaching assistant to Music Center lead teaching artists (music, dance, drama) in our innovative school outreach program in partnership with Boston Public Schools. Teaching Assistants also serve as substitute teachers for our regular teaching staff on an as-needed and on-call basis.Read More
The School Outreach Program (SOP) Director at the Community Music Center of Boston will be a visionary leader responsible for supervising and directing aspects of the department’s strategic vision, public visibility, and Directorial operations as it relates to CMCB’s School Outreach programs. The position provides artistic, pedagogical, and culturally-competent curricula to the current and incoming school outreach faculty working with a diverse group of school-age learners. The SOP Director has the overall responsibility for the educational experience of a wide range of students in various school settings and neighborhoods, including curricular oversight and fit, evaluation, and performance. The SOP Director manages school communications with school principals, administrators, teachers, and parents. The position will assist and work closely with the Chief Programming Officer (CPO), particularly with regard to program accountability, oversight, and financial management.
The SOP Director manages a program assistant and all other employees in the SOP program, including teaching artists, guest artists, and coaches.
The music educator selected for this position will provide a creative general music and movement program for Grade K-5 students in a Boston Public School. Class content will include singing, creative movement, rhythm instrument, recorder, tin whistle, bucket drumming and/or ukulele instruction, an introduction to the different families of instruments and music literacy, appreciation and performance opportunities.Read More