Position: Music Co-Teacher 2018-2019
County: Fulton
Location: High Meadows School
Description: High Meadows School is an independent, co-educational day school in Roswell, Georgia (a northern suburb of Atlanta) serving 375 children, preschool through eighth grade. The school’s innovative, inquiry-based, integrated curriculum emphasizes the love of learning, creativity, meaningful connections and environmental responsibility. The school is highly respected and consistently recognized for best practices by major educational organizations including the International Baccalaureate Organization (IB) and SAIS-AdvancED. 
Our educators are experienced, energetic, and collaborative individuals who follow a constructivist, progressive educational philosophy which is student-centered and hold kids to high but reasonable standards.  We look for educators who maintain excellence in relationships with families, work successfully within a team, and understand developmentally appropriate practices for students at different grade levels.  At High Meadows, we believe that children possess a drive for cognitive, physical, and social engagement—a drive that is developed and enhanced by an environment that promotes academic challenge, creativity, personal responsibility, and a positive self-image.
Scope of Position:
The Music Co-Teacher is responsible for student learning, classroom instruction and curriculum implementation, in accordance with the mission and philosophy of High Meadows School, in the specialty area of Music Education (grades PreK-8th) and Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced Band (grades 5th-8th).  The Music Co-Teacher is also responsible for student assessment, narratives, parent communication (face-to-face, phone, digital) and planning (within/outside of the PYP units of inquiry) and team meetings.
Components of Position:
• Collaboratively design and implement the music curriculum, PK-4th grade general music and 6-8th grade electives
• Co-teach students on their instruments at their level (including beginners) and to ensure each student’s progress by as much individualization as possible
• An appreciation for children’s development both in music and in life
• Strong sense of classroom management techniques within a Positive Discipline setting
• Respect for different learning styles and the awareness to differentiate instruction to best serve the needs of all children
• Willingness and ability to expose students to diverse styles and genres of music
• Commitment to serving the whole child as well as their school and home support systems
• Confidence in creating, developing, and presenting school-wide productions for community events
• Confidence and enthusiasm for fine arts and cross-curricular collaboration
• Knowledge of current music technology trends including use of iPads
• Must be able to professionally manage responsibilities on a PC platform in a timely, effective manner
• Ability to maintain appropriate, professional communication with parents    
• Willingness to support the vision of an established and ever-evolving music program, while contributing new ideas as they emerge
• Must be able to function as a stand-alone teacher for Middle School courses such as beginning guitar and music technology
Other Duties
• Maintain annual music budget including instrument purchase, curriculum supplies, clinicians, travel, and other related expenses   
• Performs any other related duties as assigned by Administration
Minimum Education/Prior Experience/Qualifications Required
Minimum of three to five current, consecutive years as a full-time, lead teacher in Music Education (including chorus and band instruction) or similar; Minimum  Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education (K-12), with chorus and band experience required; Preference given to those with Master’s Degree in Music Education which is strongly preferred • Gifted Certification a plus • Current GA Teaching Certification preferred • Experience as a constructivist educator • Experience as a co-teacher in a progressive school setting preferred• Collaborative and interdisciplinary instruction experience a must. 
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
Must be able to move and set-up band equipment, musical instruments, and chairs and stands daily
Please send cover letter, educational philosophy and resume to: Attn: Jane Murphy, HR Manager, or fax, 770-993-8331. 
(Only candidates meeting all the requirements above will be contacted. Please, no phone calls.)
High Meadows School does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, veteran status, sex, age or sexual orientation in employment, admission of students or in providing its services in any manner.  This job description may be revised at any time by High Meadows School. It not a contract of employment.  All employment at High Meadows School is at-will, such that employment may be terminated by either party at any time.  
Date Posted: March 13, 2018

Position: Band Director
County: Henry
Location: Eagles Landing Christian School
Description: Full Time Band Director position available at Eagles Landing Christian Academy in McDonough GA.  The program has a high school band, a middle school band, a 5th/6th grade band, and a Marching Band. For more information please contact Chuck Ekstedt.
Date Posted: March 13, 2018

Position: Band Director
County: Laurens
Location: West Laurens High School
Description: The Laurens County School System is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Bands.
Duties of the position include:
- Teaching a fifth Grade Beginning class at one of our elementary schools.
-Conducting and or co-teaching the sixth, seventh and eighth grade middle school bands.
- Lead the marching band of 200+ students, which necessitates participation in all football games and four community parades.
-Teach the grade level V/VI Wind Ensemble as well as administrate the Level IV Wind Symphony at the high school
-Lead the jazz ensemble and the brass band for multiple community performances
- Work well with parents to ensure strong support base. 
-Candidates must possess strong communication, interpersonal, and public relations skills.
Applicants must have or be eligible for a State of Georgia Clear Renewable Certificate in Music (P-12) at a T-4 Level (Bachelor) or higher.  All qualified applicants should contact Clifford Garnto, West Laurens High School Principal at cliffordgarnto@lcboe.netVisit HERE for additional information.
Date Posted: March 9, 2018

Position: Percussion Tech
County: Burke
Location: Burke County High School
Description: Burke County High School is seeking an individual who is strong in battery, mallets, and marching technique to serve as Percussion Tech for the 2018 Season. Tech would be responsible for working 1-Week Mini-Camp (audition) in April, Setting the Drumline, working a 1-Week Mini-Camp in May or June, and a 2-Week Band Camp in July. Please contact Jacques Jones for more information.
Date Posted: March 9, 2018

Position: Percussion
County: Douglas
Location: Chapel Hill High School
Description: The instructional team at Chapel Hill High School is searching for both battery and front ensemble percussion technicians for the 2018 marching band season. We are looking for dynamic teachers who are eager to build a strong program. The Chapel Hill Panther Band is a rapidly growing marching ensemble located in the Douglas County School System of West GA. The ideal candidate(s) would have prior teaching experience as well as a DCI/WGI background. We are aggressively seeking candidates who carry themselves with professionalism and put a strong focus on education. Salary would be commensurate with experience. Please email resumes or contact for more information.
Date Posted: March 9, 2018

Position: Church Organist
County: Gwinnett
Location: Fairview Presbyterian Church
Description: Organist/Pianist wanted for 11 am Sunday service and Wed. night Choir rehearsals. Salary $8,000 Fairview Presbyterian Church, Lawrenceville, Ga. Contact 770-963-7059 or email
Date Posted: March 8, 2018

Position: Full Time Color Guard Director
County: Paulding
Location: East Paulding High School
Description: We are currently looking for a full time color guard director for the 2018-2019 school year. This individual would be responsible for every aspect of the color guard for the entire year.  This would include teaching a color guard class during the school day in the fall semester, marching band (all rehearsals, games, and competitions), two winter guards, and middle school recruiting. All interested applicants should please email the band director, Michael Thomas, at for more details.  Please provide some information about yourself and a resume.
Date Posted: March 8, 2018

Positions: Lessons Teachers
Area: Metro Atlanta Area
Locations: Music & Arts Locations
Description: Are you interested in teaching privately. Music & Arts is actively looking for enthusiastic and highly qualified Educators to teach in one of our 10 metro Atlanta area stores! Music & Arts is the nation's largest provider of lessons and we are excited about the opportunities that we provide students with private lessons. We customize lessons to the needs of the students in a safe and nurturing environment. We offer lessons to students of all ages and levels on any instrument or voice. If you are interested in teaching lessons, please feel free to click the link, or for more information, contact John Gomez, Music & Arts Manager at Peachtree City at 770-632-0330, or via email at
Date Posted: March 7, 2018

Position: Part-Time (75% FTE) Middle and Upper Learning Band Teacher
County: Fulton
Location: The Galloway School
Description: We are seeking a creative, energetic musician who is eager to apply her/his/their strengths to a dynamic instrumental music program for students in grades 5 - 12.  The ideal candidate is an expert performer on brass or woodwind instruments with experience teaching all traditional band instruments, including percussion.   The successful candidate will join an experienced, passionate 5-member music team in creating a variety of unique musical opportunities that draw on both their own and their student’s musical interests.  The team member will be a skilled recruiter and motivator of students, a flexible and creative problem solver and an eager collaborator. 
• Work with students in developing their ability to play brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments at varied levels of expertise, grade levels, and experience. 
• Work with the music team in developing a differentiated and globally integrated curriculum, which includes project-based, student initiative driven units and incorporates hands on learning.
•  Inspire and stimulate a learning environment that allows the school community, students and faculty to respond to change in a healthy, proactive, forward-looking way.
• Assign related coursework and track student performance; evaluate programs and student progress (conferences, written evaluation, and frequent written correspondence are key factors).
• Demonstrate an attitude of flexibility with regard to curriculum decisions in order to meet the instructional needs.
• Instruct and encourage individual students; establish goals for individualized students and small groups.   
• Collaborate with colleagues and seek feedback in the spirit of continuous improvement.
• Reflect on instructional practices to meet individual professional development goals. 
• Assume personal responsibility for student achievement. 
• Actively participate in professional development, grade level, and department meetings as called upon. 
• Manage classes and ensure engagement and discipline.  
• Communicate with parents or other interested parties.
• Organize, order and update libraries and inventories of instruments, music and supplies for all educational and performance groups.
• Manage copyright compliance and related recording compliance for all class related activities
• Complete minor instrument repair on all band instruments and help facilitate the repair of school instruments as needed with outside vendors. 
• BA required, MA preferred Experience:   
• Has solid experience teaching band/music in an educational setting
• Has worked with a wide range of skill levels, including beginners on all wind and percussion instruments.
• Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in the area of vocal music
• Has worked in a variety of musical styles including concert, jazz, rock, world
• Has experience composing and arranging for student groups
• Has integrated technology, including but not limited to recording technology into their programs
• Has experience leading performances in a variety of environments on and off campus
• Ability to work with a wide range of abilities.
• Demonstrates a comfort with integrating technology into instruction.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Excellent oral and written communication and presentational skills.
• Demonstrated capability to interface and maintain effective relationships with students, parents, administration and staff
• Ability to facilitate cooperative learning environment, including managing multiple small groups simultaneously
• Ability to collaborate with other faculty members in the arts and across content areas
• Must possess a growth mindset Working Conditions:
General office and classroom conditions
Physical Demands:
• Sitting, standing, bending and lifting up to 20 pounds as needed
Date Posted: February 28, 2018

Positions: Band Staff
County: Forsyth
Location: Denmark High School (opening 2018)
Description: Denmark High School is a new high school in Forsyth County opening for the 2018-19 school year.  This will be an exciting experience and we are looking to bring in some exceptional band staff for throughout the school year.  We are looking to fill the following roles:
• Head Percussion Instructor - This individual will effectively head all elements of the percussion section including concert, marching, and indoor.  This person will need to be able to come during the school day and for after school activities.  We are looking for an enthusiastic person who has a passion for percussion education.  
• Additional Percussion Instructors - We are also looking for individuals to work with coordination with the head instructor assisting with specific elements within percussion (i.e. Front Ensemble).  These persons would also be able to come and work during class time as well as after school activities.
• Color Guard Staff - As a head color guard instructor is already in place, we are looking for additional staff to assist with all elements of the color guard.  This person will also be able to come and work with the Color Guard class during the school day as well as work in after school activities throughout the year.
• Brass Tech -  This position would serve during both band camp and marching band season.  They would also have opportunities to help post marching season if desired.  This person would work with all brass in both their musical performance and help with visual performance throughout the season.    
•Woodwind Tech - This position would serve during both band camp and marching band season.  They would also have opportunities to help post marching season if desired.  This person would work with all Woodwinds in both their musical performance and help with visual performance throughout the season.
• Visual Tech - This tech will serve during marching season and will head the visual caption helping the band director instruct students in their marching fundamentals, body and instrument carriage, visual effect, etc.  
• Band Camp Staff - We are also looking for a band camp staff for all woodwind and brass instruments.  The percussion and guard staff will spearhead band camp for their respective sections. However, anyone brass or woodwind player interested in serving band camp may apply.

If you are interested in any of the staff positions, please email the band director, Vincent Sneed, at with information about yourself and a resume.
Date Posted: February 28, 2018

Position: Band Director
County: Rockdale
Location: Heritage High School
Description: Heritage High School is seeking candidates for the position of band director beginning in the 2018-2019 school year. Heritage High School is home to the Academy for Performing and Visual Arts of the Rockdale County School District, which includes strong band, choral, visual arts, dance, and theater programs. The band program is approximately 170 students and includes three concert band classes, jazz band, marching band, and various solo and ensemble opportunities. Responsibilities:
- Be able and prepared to teach and/or co-teach advanced and intermediate level band students as a whole, in sectionals, and individually.
- Be able and prepared to teach non-ensemble classes such as music theory, music history and piano.
- Lead a competitive marching band of about 150 students, which necessitates participation in football games and competitions each season.
- Work well with parents to ensure strong support base.
- Conduct ensembles at concerts and other performance opportunities in the community. - Recruit students from the middle schools for both the whole band program, as well as the Academy for Performing and Visual Arts. To be considered, successful candidates must hold a certificate in Music Education issued by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission AND must have already passed the GACE in the required field. A minimum of three years’ experience as a high school band director is preferred. Candidates must possess strong communication, interpersonal, and public relations skills.
Please apply on Teach Georgia.  Please look under the band category and select Rockdale County to see job posting.
Date Posted: February 22, 2018

Position: Music Teacher (Grades 3-5)
County: Lee
Location: Twin Oaks Elementary School
Description: Duties include comprehensive general music classes, yearly programs, and after school drama responsibilities. More details may be found HERE
Date Posted: February 21, 2018

Position: Color Guard Coordinator
School System: Social Circle City Schools
Location: Social Circle High School
Description: The ideal candidate should have some college, DCI, and/or WGI experience as well as experience writing work and choreography for flag, dance and rifle. The Color Guard Coordinator would be expected to write the work for the show, attend at least one afternoon rehearsal per week, all home games and all competitions. Interested candidates should contact Director of Bands, Kyle Bickwit at
Date Posted: February 7, 2018

Position: Percussion Instructor (2018 Season)
School System: Social Circle City Schools
Location: Social Circle High School
Description: The ideal candidate for this position should have some college marching band experience and have a desire to teach and inspire. Drum Corps and/or Winter Guard International experience is also highly desired. The Percussion Instructor would be expected to attend 2 rehearsals per week, all home football games and all competitions. The candidate should feel comfortable with both marching and front ensemble techniques as well as minimal familiarity with field electronics.  Interested candidates should email the Director of Bands, Kyle Bickwit at
Date Posted: February 7, 2018

Position: Chorus/Music Teacher
County: Butts
Location: Henderson Middle School
Description: The vision for this position is to build the best music and chorus program in the region, and this candidate will assist the Jackson High School choral director in building a feeder program and increasing student engagement in the fine arts. The Butts County School System has invested and will continue to invest significant resources toward this vision in the next 3 years, including upgrades of facilities and equipment. If you are a talented, energetic, and positive educator in the choral arts and are willing to put in the work and time to build a program, we want to talk to you. A salary signing bonus of up to $7,500 may be offered to the right candidate and paid in September, 2018. Click HERE for more information.
Date Posted: February 7, 2018

Positions: Graduate Assistantships
County: Lowndes
Location: Valdosta State University
Description: VALDOSTA STATE UNIVERSITY | Graduate Assistantships in Band | Available for the 2018-2019 Academic Year
DUTIES: Assist in the administration, planning, and operation of the entire athletic band program, including the 140-member Blazin’ Brigade marching band. Conduct and supervise Basketball Pep Bands. Additional instructional areas available based on applicant’s qualifications.
QUALIFICATIONS: Admission to Valdosta State University Graduate School and Music Department are required. Successful public school teaching experience at the high school level is highly desirable but not required. Percussion and brass candidates are encouraged to apply.
ANNUAL STIPEND and FULL TUITION WAIVER: $8,000 stipend and full tuition waiver are renewable for a second year. Graduate students must be enrolled Master of Music in Performance degree program and attend classes full-time during the tenure of the assistantship.
UNIVERSITY BANDS: The band program at Valdosta State University offers students a wide variety of musical experiences. Comprised of both music and non-music majors, the VSU Band Program includes: two concert bands, marching band, jazz band, and basketball pep band. Graduate students enjoy opportunities to perform with all bands and the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra. Graduate students also have access to professional studio faculty musicians who provide quality graduate-level instruction.
MUSIC AT VSU: The Music Department offers masters degrees in music performance and music education. Department faculty members are active performers, conductors, scholars, clinicians, and adjudicators throughout the region. Students participate a full range of performing ensembles, including the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Blazin’ Brigade Marching Band, Concert Choir, and Jazz Ensemble, in addition to multiple chamber ensembles.
VALDOSTA STATE UNIVERSITY is a comprehensive university serving the heart of South Georgia. Just fifteen minutes from the Florida state line and an hour from the Atlantic Ocean, VSU offers over 60 graduate programs guided by graduate faculty with a passion for teaching, scholarship, and service. Valdosta is home to two large school districts, a regional airport with multiple daily flights, and Moody Air Force Base.
APPLICATION: Screening begins February 1, 2018, and will continue until positions have been filled. Successful admission to Valdosta State University and a music department audition must be completed before each application will be considered.
Benjamin Harper
Director of Athletic Bands

Department of Music
Valdosta State University
1500 N Patterson St
Valdosta, GA 31698
(229) 249-4965
Date Posted: January 30, 2018

Positions: Band Directors
County: Hall
Locations: East Hall High School and East Hall Middle School
Description: East Hall High School and East Hall Middle School are searching for strong candidates to lead these band programs.  Qualified applicants should apply on the Hall County Schools website, as well as submit materials to Mr. Jeff Cooper, EHHS Principal, ( and/or Mrs. Kristin Finley, EHMS Principal, ( A Band Directors Search Committee will conduct interviews. For additional information, please contact Mr. Craig Cantrell ( or Mr. Mercer Crook (
Date Posted: January 26, 2018

Position: Alto/Tenor Staff Singers
County: Gwinnett
Location: Eastminster Presbyterian Church, Stone Mountain, GA
Description: Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Stone Mountain has openings for an ALTO and TENOR staff singer.  Pay is $45 per call.  Two calls per week is standard with occasional extras for seasonal services and concerts.  Our choir season is from August to May.  Wednesday evening rehearsal and one Sunday service at 10:30 am. For more information, or to schedule an audition, please contact:
Andrew Meade
Director of Music
Eastminster Presbyterian Church
5801 Hugh Howell Road
Stone Mountain, GA   30087
Date Posted: January 16, 2018

Position: Church Music Director
County: Coweta
Location: Cornerstone UMC (Newnan)
Description: Cornerstone UMC, located in Newnan, GA, is currently seeking a
part-time(est. 20-25 hrs./wk.) Traditional Music Worship Leader. Responsibilities include all music aspects of the current 11:00 traditional service. To include: choir and hymn musical selections, chancel choir rehearsals(Wed. 7PM), special music scheduling and coordination for children's and pre-school choir volunteer directors. Provide assistance to the Hand Bell Choir leader. Reports to Senior Pastor as a Staff person and is a member of the Worship and Technical Worship Committees. Degree or, working toward a degree in music preferable with current choral conducting experience required. (Our 9:00 contemporary service has a similarly titled staff member.) A full detailed Job Description is available. Resumes should be emailed to
Date Posted: January 9, 2018

Position: Percussion Director
County: Gwinnett
Location: Collins Hill High School
Description: The Collins Hill High School Band Program, located in Suwanee Georgia, is looking to fill the role of Percussion Director beginning in the 2018-2019 school year. The Percussion Director oversees all actives involving percussion including but not limited to: Percussion Classes, Fall Drumline, Indoor Drumline, and Jazz Ensemble. The Percussion Director will serve as the caption head and coordinator for each of these activities. The position requires the coordinating of staff, budgeting, and care/maintenance of the equipment. Additionally, this role will serve as the head audio technician in both the outdoor and indoor programs. 

Currently, the Collins Hill program has two percussion classes that are split according to performance ability which take place during the school day. The concert program at Collins Hill has a strong reputation of earning Superior ratings at Large Group Performance Ensemble, performing at local and state conferences, as well as other prestigious venues. We also have a competitive indoor drumline that will compete in WGI Finals in Dayton this season. In addition, the Collins Hill Jazz Ensembles have performed at the state conference level and are a highly regarded group in the area. Preference will be given to those will both Jazz and DCI experience. This is a booster paid position and compensation will be determined by availability and experience. Please send a resume and cover letter to Jeremy Lumpkin ( to apply for the position.
Date Posted: January 9, 2018

Position: Full time Long-term Substitute MS and US Choir Teacher
County: Fulton
Location: Holy Innocents' Episcopal School
Description: Click HERE for more details.
Date Posted: October 31, 2017

Position: Chorus Director
County: Fulton
Location: Holy Innocents' Episcopal School
Description: Click HERE for more details.
Date Posted: October 23, 2017

Position: Lower Primary School Music Teacher
County: Fulton
Location: Atlanta International School
Description: Lower Primary School Music Teacher
Applications are invited from dedicated and enthusiastic, professional educators for the position of Primary Music Teacher. This is a part-time position in our Lower Primary School (Kindergarten-Gr. 2) starting Nov. 1, 2017 - June 1, 1017. Atlanta International is an IBPYP school with a dual language program operating in the Primary School.  In this role, fluency in German or French is a plus.  
The successful Teacher Candidate will have:
•Training and experience in music education in a Primary School setting
•An international perspective and/or international teaching experience
•Bachelor’s degree or Equivalent in Primary School Music Education
•An unwavering commitment to the students
•The ability to teach through an inquiry process and to differentiate for ability levels and learning styles
•Excellent interpersonal skills with the desire to work collaboratively with the school community including students, staff, and parents.
IBPYP teaching experience is preferred, but good applicants with other curriculum experience are also welcome to apply.  Applicants who are able to teach Music in German or French would be given serious consideration.  An understanding of the principles of second language acquisition is also a plus. 
To Apply:
To apply please send curriculum vitae and cover letter to Please use ‘PS Music Teacher’ as your subject heading. Atlanta International School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to a diverse workforce.
Date Posted: October 17, 2017

Position: Long-term Choral Director Substitute
County: Gwinnett
Location: Norcross High School
Description: Maternity leave position starting February 2018. 5 curricular choirs and one after school a cappella group. Please contact
Date Posted: October 23, 2017

Position: Band Director & Choral Director
County: Randolph
Location: Randolph County School System
Description: Two positions. Must be certified in the content area.
(1) Band, Grade level-6 to 12
(2) Chorus, p - 12.
Send resume to:
Date Posted: October 3, 2017