AMP 2013-2014 Job Openings

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Below are the latest opportunities with the Atlanta Music Project

2013-2014 Atlanta Music Project Internship (Stipend Provided)
In alignment with the Atlanta Music Project (AMP) mission, the 2013-2014 AMP Intern will assist senior AMP staff with program implementation, event management, and administrative tasks.  MORE DETAILS

AMPlify Choral Accompanist
The AMPlify Choral Accompanist will accompany the AMPlify Primary Choir and Concert Choir for rehearsals during after-school hours, and periodic public performances in alignment with AMP’s mission.  MORE DETAILS

AMPlify Choral Teaching Artist
The Choral Teaching Artist will lead the AMPlify Primary Choir rehearsals and teach musicianship classes during after-school hours, in alignment with AMP’s mission.  MORE DETAILS

AMPlify Site Assistant
The AMPlify Site Assistant will work collaboratively with the AMPlify Director and Teaching Artists through administrative and musical tasks during after-school hours, in alignment with AMP’s mission.  MORE DETAILS

Cello Teaching Artist
In alignment with the Atlanta Music Project (AMP) mission, the Cello Teaching Artist will be responsible for the training of AMP cello students and the artistic development of the low strings section of AMP student orchestras.  MORE DETAILS

Double Bass Teaching Artist
In alignment with the Atlanta Music Project (AMP) mission, the Double Bass Teaching Artist will be responsible for the training of AMP double bass students and the artistic development of the low strings section of AMP student orchestras.  MORE DETAILS

General Music Teaching Artist
The General Music Teaching Artist will lead the Atlanta Music Project general music classes during after-school hours, in alignment with AMP’s mission. The General Music class will support instrumental group lessons and orchestra class.  MORE DETAILS

Lead Strings Teaching Artist
The Lead String Teaching Artist will be responsible for leading the Teaching Artists and coordinating AMP programming at the Gilbert House. This includes coordinating weekly curriculum goals, conducting string ensemble rehearsals, managing the teaching schedule, monitoring student attendance and behavior and liaising with parents. This position reports to the Atlanta Music Project Executive Director.  MORE DETAILS

Lead Wind Teaching Artist
The Lead Wind Teaching Artist will be responsible for leading the Teaching Artists and coordinating AMP programming at the South Bend Center for Arts and Culture. This includes coordinating weekly curriculum goals, conducting wind ensemble rehearsals, managing the teaching schedule, monitoring student attendance and behavior and liaising with parents. This position reports to the AMP Executive Director.  MORE DETAILS

 

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