Wiggleworms® Instructor (Early Childhood Music) - PT
Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music is the largest community school of the arts in the U.S. and a non-profit organization committed to celebrating American music and global cultures. Founded in 1957, the Old Town School of Folk Music provides a wide range of music, dance, and arts courses to people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. Whatever one’s interest, the Old Town School provides broad access to more than 700 accredited weekly class offerings, private lessons, and over 400 concerts and community events per year both in-person and online.
The Old Town School of Folk Music seeks a part-time teacher available on weekend and weekday mornings for its acclaimed early childhood music program, Wiggleworms®! Classes are for children newborn to 5 years old accompanied by an adult and are taught by one teacher who accompanies themselves on guitar.
- Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance or Music Education preferred.
- Minimum of two years of teaching experience with young children in a classroom setting preferred.
- Must play guitar and be a strong singer.
- Must be creative, passionate about music, and be able to enthusiastically lead grownups with their babies, toddlers, and preschoolers in musical learning.
- Experience working with infants, babies, and toddlers preferred.
- Proficiency on another instrument preferred.
- Fluency in Spanish a plus.
- Ability to teach online (OTS will provide a Zoom account) and in person.
Discounts at the School and some voluntary benefits are available for part-time employees.
Qualified candidates will be invited to audition.
If interested and qualified, please email resume to email@example.com.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Old Town School is committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and employees. Old Town School strives to be an inclusive and equitable organization that is reflective of the diversity of the city of Chicago. We seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. This is critical to our success as a community-focused organization.