Do you love to write your own beats or record the music you create? Does sharing your love of music with others sound like the perfect job? At FineArtsMatter, we offer encouraging and enriching after-school music production classes to students in 2nd-5th grade called Beat Makers . Our mission is to inspire the next generation to discover their talents and abilities, and show the world what they can do.
We are NOW HIRING positive, adaptable, and creative Music Technology/Production Teachers for our Classes at Local Elementary Schools. Our flexible, part-time schedules include teaching daily after-school music classes on weekdays between 2:15-4:05pm, and private lessons that are scheduled to suit you and your student’s availability.
About our Music Classes:
As a Beat Makers Teacher, you’ll bring provided computers to local elementary schools to conduct beginning-intermediate music production classes for groups of 2nd-5th grade musicians! Students get to work individually and together with friends on a Digital Audio Workstation to produce loops, beats, and patterns. These classes are an educational and engaging introduction to music production, song writing, and more! Each semester ends with an exciting showcase for family and friends to see everything your students have learned.
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To learn more about what it means to be a FineArtsMatter teacher, please visit our website at https://www.fineartsmatter.com.
“FineArtsMatter staff were a dream to work with! The instructor created a fun, but structured learning environment and communicated well with parents to keep them informed.” — Kimberly Kern, PTO Officer, Silverbrook Elementary School
Equal Opportunity Statement:
Rock On Music, LLC (and Fine Arts Matter, Inc.) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides fair and equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected status prohibited under Federal, State, or local laws. All employment decisions are based on valid job-related requirements.