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Employment Opportunities

Registration Support Manager

Beck Center for the Arts seeks an experienced and talented individual to join us in the role of Registration Support Manager.

The Registration Support Manager provides exemplary customer service to internal and external education constituents within Music, Creative Arts Therapies, Outreach, Dance, Theater education and Visual Arts. With the Assistant Director of Education, the Manager has direct responsibility for all private lesson registrations as well as therapy and outreach contracts. This position is directly responsible for updating and maintaining the integrity of the registration software (ActiveNet) relating to registrations, financial allocations, billing and receivables, faculty payroll and external contracts in a timely manner to meet the monthly closing schedule.

The ideal candidate would be a highly organized, detail-oriented and energetic person with strong customer service and communication skills. This candidate should also have a high level of computer literacy and demonstrated MS Excel and basic accounting skills. Familiarity with ActiveNet registration software preferred. Strong systems thinking skills a plus.

We are an equal opportunity employer. We offer a flexible working environment with a unique arts and education mission. Full-time, competitive pay and benefits. To apply in confidence, please send your resume, to Larry Goodpaster (lgoodpaster@beckcenter.org). No phone calls please.

Voice Instructor - Part-time, hourly, non-exempt

Beck Center’s Music Education program seeks a dynamic teaching artist to instruct students in private vocal studies. The ideal candidate will be an experienced performer and educator with a proven ability to work with children as well as adults. The instructor will work with students on various genres according to their interests including: classical music, choral works, church music, musical theater, and pop music. While the majority of private voice students are at least 12 years old, this candidate will also working with staff and faculty to develop a new track for young beginner singing students. This track will focus on early musicianship, music literacy, and safely introducing young voices to the art of singing.

This position is responsible for maintaining an active and growing voice studio by instructing students in weekly private voice lessons and preparing students for Student Showcase recitals. Instructors are expected to teach consistently during the academic year with an optional summer semester. The remaining 2017-2018 year includes: Fall (through January 20), Winter/Spring (January 29-June 4), and Summer (June 11-August 17). Instructors provide a high standard of music instruction that meets the needs of each individual student, tracking their short-term and long-term goals toward sustained growth. Instructors communicate with students, parents, and staff to facilitate lessons and foster student retention. Instructors are responsible for recording attendance and enrollment accurately and promptly in the faculty roll book.

We seek an individual with a BA or MA in music performance and/or education with experience teaching privately and/or in a classroom setting and experience performing in a professional setting. Must be an articulate customer service oriented individual who communicates well with students, families, and colleagues. The candidate should have excellent organizational skills and be prepared to lead weekly lessons that are educational with developmentally and age appropriate content.

The position requires the ability to work a minimum of 2 consistent weekday afternoon/evenings (hours flexible to candidate availability). A competitive hourly rate will be discussed with each potential candidate. Hiring is contingent upon passing a background check.

To apply in confidence, submit cover letter, resume, and samples via e-mail to Jessica Firing (jfiring@beckcenter.org). No phone calls please.

Flute Instructor - Part-time, hourly, non-exempt

Beck Center’s Music Education program seeks a dynamic teaching artist to instruct students ages 8 and up in private flute studies. The ideal candidate will be an experienced performer and educator with a proven ability to work with children as well as adults.

This position is responsible for maintaining an active and growing violin studio by instructing students in weekly private lessons and preparing students for Student Showcase recitals. Instructors are expected to teach consistently during the academic year with an optional summer semester. The remaining 2017-2018 year includes: Fall (through January 20), Winter/Spring (January 29-June 4), and Summer (June 11-August 17). Instructors provide a high standard of music instruction that meets the needs of each individual student, tracking their short-term and long-term goals toward sustained growth. Instructors communicate with students, parents, and staff to facilitate lessons and foster student retention. Instructors are responsible for recording attendance and enrollment accurately and promptly in the faculty roll book.

We seek an individual with a BA or MA in music performance and/or education with experience teaching privately and/or in a classroom setting and experience performing in a professional setting. Must be an articulate customer service oriented individual who communicates well with students, families, and colleagues. The candidate should have excellent organizational skills and be prepared to lead weekly lessons that are educational with developmentally and age appropriate content.

A competitive hourly rate will be discussed with each potential candidate. Hiring is contingent upon passing a background check.

To apply in confidence, submit cover letter, resume, and samples via e-mail to Jessica Firing (jfiring@beckcenter.org). No phone calls please.

Internships

Internships are posted as they become available. There are no internship opportunities at this time.

Beck Center for the Arts is more than a non-profit organization that combines professional theater with arts education. We create art experiences. We are committed to creating an arts experience that is as individual as the people we serve with eclectic performances to suit many tastes, education opportunities for all ages and abilities, community outreach, and free exhibitions.

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