Production-Media Assistant - Melvyn Krauss Associates (ends 4/30)

Description:

Administrating blog and social media. Here is the company website.

Qualifications:

Social media skills.

Responsibilities:

Post to blog, distribute via social media.

Salary:

Part-time, per hour, negotiable, more than fair.

Application Instructions:

Call 650-283-7313.


Mission District Young Musicians Program (MDYMP) Coordinator - Community Music Center (ends 5/15)

Description:

Community Music Center seeks a coordinator for our Mission District Young Musicians Program Coordinator (MDYMP). MDYMP is a tuition-free program offering comprehensive music education with a focus on Latin music. The Coordinator oversees and manages day to day aspects of the MDYMP program including focusing and defining program goals and evaluation processes on an ongoing basis with Program Director and Faculty Team. The Coordinator will coordinate student recruitment, auditioning and placing students in classes, supporting and coordinating work of the MDYMP faculty team and MDYMP student leaders, engaging parents, and coordinating student performances. The ideal candidate will be a musician and music educator who is passionate about music education and embraces creativity in program administration. The MDYMP Coordinator must be fully Spanish/English bilingual (written and oral communication). Position starts August 2018 with training opportunities in April and May 2018.

Mission District Young Musicians Program at Community Music Center (CMC)
The award winning Mission District Young Musicians Program (MDYMP), founded in 2007, offers a comprehensive music education with a focus on Latin music. This tuition free program primarily serves Latino youth from the Mission District who are nominated by their public school music teachers and community organizations. The curriculum focuses on music of Latin America and is taught by bilingual (Spanish/English) instructors. Group classes take place at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCLLA) each Saturday and private lessons can take place at either CMC branch. Students perform several times each year at CMC, MCCLA and off-site locations. Each year MDYMP organizes a special intergenerational production that offers a special creative opportunity for students, collaborating with other CMC and/or community based students. A Student Leadership Program gives students an opportunity to develop leadership skills and give back to the community.

Public school teachers and Mission District community organizations nominate students who audition each spring for the following academic year. If accepted, students are eligible for a full scholarship that provides students with weekly free private instrumental lessons, theory, and ensemble classes. The MDYMP program focuses on serving middle and high school students from low-income San Francisco households.

The MDYMP group class team consists of a Coordinator, four (4) Teachers, and one (1) paid Teacher Assistant. The MDYMP team is supervised and supported by the Program Director.

Qualifications:

  • Spanish/English Bilingual.
  • Detail oriented with exceptional organizational skills.
  • Background in music education and/or music performance preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Works well independently and with others.
  • Knowledge of music writing software (Finale) desirable.
  • Computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office applications Microsoft office and Google apps suite.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversees and manages day to day aspects of the MDYMP program including focusing and defining program goals on an ongoing basis with Program Director and Faculty Team.
  • Manages the creation of a program curriculum with MDYMP faculty and organizes evaluation process with multiple stakeholders outcomes.
  • In consultation with the rest of the teachers and Program Director, designs, plans and coordinates performances and special projects to ensure their success as a learning experience for the students and as an opportunity to visibly demonstrate learning.
  • In consultation with the CMC’s Program Director and ED, recruits faculty, guests teachers and guest artists.
  • Coordinates teachers, teaching assistants and volunteers involved in the group class, organizing meetings, gathering payroll information, arranging for substitute teachers as needed.
  • Communicates with CMC private lesson instructors to follow up on MDYMP student attendance, share curriculum and address other topics as needed.
  • Supported by CMC’s Program Director and MDYMP faculty, recruits students and coordinates auditions.
  • Engages parents and families bilingually through the audition process and beginning year parent/student orientation and throughout the year as needed by email, text and phone to support program goals.
  • Coordinates MDYMP spring juries.
  • Coordinates MDYMP participation in YMP Student Leader Program including cultivating potential student leaders, coordinating meetings and student leader activities.
  • Support students as needed including with letters of reference and documentation of their work.
  • Communicates regularly with Program Director to provide updates on MDYMP program.
  • Interfaces with CMC registrars to update MDYMP student roster; creates attendance lists for Saturday classes and takes attendance.
  • Submits payroll information for all MDYMP faculty bi-weekly.

Salary:

The Mission District Young Musicians Program Coordinator is paid hourly up to a maximum of 22 hours per month for 11 months of the year (July is off). Applicants for this position are welcome to apply for the MDYMP Vocal Coach Faculty position.

Application Instructions:

Email a resume and cover letter to: cmcfacultyopenings@sfcmc.org. Please include "CMC Mission District Young Musicians Program Coordinator" in the subject of your email. Only those being considered will be contacted. No phone calls, please. CMC is an equal opportunity employer.


Classical Music Host and Assistant Music Scheduler - Capital Public Radio, Sacramento (ends 5/31)

Description:

Capital Public Radio is seeking a dynamic classical music host to add to our creative, experienced and expanding team. Are you warm and engaging on air? Do you have a rich knowledge of classical music and a knack for telling a good story? Does playing a role in crafting our vibrant, classical music format appeal to you? Are you eager to expand the audience for classical music through community engagement initiatives? If you're nodding enthusiastically to these questions, then we want to hear from you! This is an extraordinary opportunity to work in a creative environment in one of the most fascinating and beautiful parts of the country, Northern California. As an organization, we believe that audience comes first and that anything is possible. We embrace change and encourage innovation while building an epic workplace. Together, we bring our passion and have fun.

Qualifications:

  • Extensive knowledge of classical music, including composers, performers, eras and related information.
  • Excellent enunciation and foreign language pronunciation skills.
  • Broad understanding of classical music scheduling philosophy, striving for consistency with variety.
  • Experience using music scheduling software is preferred but not required.
  • Aptitude for learning Music Master is essential.
  • Understanding of social media and how to engage an audience on appropriate platforms.
  • Awareness of digital media and audience engagement trends.
  • Facility with digital editing software (Adobe Audition preferred).
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Excellent writing skills.

Responsibilities:

  • Hosts daily, midday air shift engaging listeners with compelling stories and entertaining sidebars connected to the music.
  • Assists Classical Content.
  • Coordinator in scheduling music across all dayparts, helping to craft CapRadio's distinctive sound.
  • Conducts artist interviews and produces features for Music and News formats and across digital platforms.
  • Brings classical music expertise to appearances on CapRadio programs such as “Insight”.
  • Plays a lead role in CapRadio's community engagement efforts, including educational outreach, forums and convenings, and collaborations with other arts organizations.

Salary:

$50-$55K.

Application Instructions:

For more information on how to apply, please click here.


Season Representative - San Francisco Symphony (ends 6/6)

Description:

Selling season tickets.

Qualifications:

You must love music and be able to share that passion with others.

Responsibilities:

  • Making calls to single ticket buyers, donors and lapsed subscribers.

Salary:

SF base wage plus commissions and bonuses.

Application Instructions:

Call 415-503-5567 and ask for Rafael.


Standford Neuromusic Lab Paid Experiment (ends 6/10)

Description:

This experiment will take place at Stanford's CCRMA and uses an EEG cap to record brainwaves while listening to musical chords. For this we will need to apply a special non-allergenic gel on their scalp. We have a special sink for participants to wash their hair after the experiment is over.

Qualifications:

  • 8 years or more of music experience.
  • Music Majors, graduated or in their senior year (No music minors please).
  • Currently active members of an ensemble, practicing at least 3 hrs per week.
  • Additionally, currently practicing alone at least 5hrs per week.
  • Right handed.
  • No perfect pitch.
  • Normal Hearing.
  • No drummers (but other percussionists yes!).
  • Between 20 and 40 years old.

Responsibilities:

  • Be available for at least 4 hours and willing to participate in this kind of experiement. 

Salary:

Participants will get paid $80 dollars (amazon gift card) for participating a total of 4 hours.

Application Instructions:

Please get in touch with Irán Román (iran@stanford.edu) if you would like to participate.