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(Updated May 13, 2022)

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Bermudian Springs School District is looking for a vocal music teacher to instruct 4-6 choir and 5-8 general music.  Preferred experiences include conducting beginning choir and working with upper elementary students in a Kodaly-based curriculum.


Linville Hill Christian School, in Gap, PA, is seeking a part-time music teacher to teach general music and a music elective to students in grades 6, 7, and 8. The position will start in August for the 2022-2023 school year.

A detailed job description will be posted on the school website ( in the near future. For more information, or to apply, please email Tom Berdos, LHCS Music Director, at

The Mifflinburg Area School District will accept applications for the following vacancy: High School Vocal Music Teacher

Candidate Considerations: 

  1.  Must demonstrate Strong Vocal skills and Vocal Pedagogy 
  2.  Must demonstrate Strong Conducting skills in any meter and style 
  3.  Must demonstrate Strong Keyboarding skills: 4-part score reading and accompaniment 

Job Responsibilities include: 

  1. Conducting and rehearsing a full year Music Elective: Concert Choir for grades 9-12 
  2. Creating a lesson schedule and teaching homogeneous small group weekly vocal pull-out lessons 
  3. Preparing the Concert Choir for annual school and community concerts: Annual Winter, Christkindl, Pops, and Spring 
  4. Co-curricular Choir Activities:  Grade 10-12 Chamber Choir; PMEA District, Region, State Participating Director 
  5. Teaching music skills in half year semester music electives:  Music Appreciation; Music in Theater and Film; Music Keyboarding I and II.  
  6. Extra-curricular Activities: Lead Director for the Annual Fall Play and Annual Spring Musical. Includes budget writing, rehearsal planning, and delegation of staff responsibilities. 
  7. Annual budget writing for required music, equipment, and supplies. 
  8. Ensuring that all music and equipment are properly used, maintained, stored, and that inventory records are accurate and current. 

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, Pennsylvania State Teaching Application, certificate, complete transcripts, Praxis Scores, 3 letters of reference, current background clearance, current child abuse clearance, and current FBI Clearance, to Mrs. Tammy L. Boop, Board Secretary, Mifflinburg Area School District, 178 Maple Street, Mifflinburg, PA  17844.  Deadline for accepting applications is Tuesday, May 17, 2022. 


The Lewisburg Area School District (Union County) is seeking a Music Education/Strings Teacher available beginning with the 2022-2023 school year. Responsible for the HS and MS orchestra programs. Current and valid PA Music K-12 Teaching Certificate required. Must have the ability to plan, organize, and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that promotes student learning of concepts and skills; and also guides and encourages students to grow and develop. 

Please complete the entire online application including resume, transcripts, copy of valid PA certificate, and professional references at:

Minimum starting salary: $55,929.00    Deadline for applications: May 20, 2022.     

For questions or more information please contact: Paula Young, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent, Lewisburg Area School District, at 570 522-3205 or



Germantown Academy is currently seeking applicants for the position of Middle/Upper School Choral Director.  View the Job Posting here: Germantown Academy MS-US Choral Director Opening. Interested candidates should apply online directly at


Got Strings?, a small  community youth string orchestra based in Souderton/Perkasie.,  is seeking one or two individuals part-time beginning in August due to our founding directors impending retirement.

Specifically,  we are looking for:

  • A dynamic “Artistic Director” to conduct top 2 string groups (approx.. 16-20 students, 1 hour each on 6 consecutive Tuesday nights 6:30-8:30pm). Ideally a string teacher (versus a band teacher who also teaches strings).   This position also chooses camp and semester music for all orchestra levels out of huge existing repertoire (1 easy, 1 medium and 1 hard). 
  • General manager – work from home, sometimes come to a rehearsal if needed.   Scheduling with rehearsal/concert venues, making rehearsal/concert schedules, student roster lists, tweaking and distribution of semester/camp registration, manage semester/camp shirt purchase/distribution, search for/contracting/ hiring camp teachers, setting camp schedule, creating/printing and preparing family concert programs.

These roles can be filled by one person or two separate people.  The location is Souderton/Perkasie and the participants are youth string players in K – 12  divided by ability into orchestra groups..   Including an electric instrument group at the high school level group.  To discuss either of these opportunities please contact: Mrs. Deirdre T. Edgell, Artistic Director, Got Strings? Youth Orchestra, Inc.   Got Strings? is a 501c3 organization & Pennridge Chamber of Commerce member


Shady Side Academy’s Senior School Performing Arts Department is seeking a full-time choir director and music teacher for the 2022-23 academic year
. Responsibilities include leading two choral ensembles which perform four concerts per year, teaching music electives, music direction for the Winter Musical, coaching two seasons or the equivalent (one of which is satisfied by the musical), and advising six to eight students.  This position also advises the extracurricular Intonations and Bulldog Bellas vocal groups.  There may be the possibility of residing in a dormitory or living on campus and serving as residential faculty in the boarding program. Other duties, such as but not limited to proctoring exams, chaperoning dances, or serving on committees, may be assigned as needed by the Academy.

A bachelor’s degree in the field of music is required. Ideal candidates will have experience directing a choir, a demonstrated commitment to a high level of academic rigor, a growth mindset, a passion for working with and teaching adolescents, a flexible, pro-active, and team-oriented approach, excellent written and oral communication skills, exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail, an ability to multitask and prioritize workload, superior interpersonal skills, and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Smartboards, and/or other technology directly linked to working and teaching at Shady Side Academy. Experience with string ensemble is a bonus.

Classification and Compensation
This is a full-time, year-round, exempt position. Salary is competitive with area independent schools and commensurate with experience. Excellent health and retirement benefits are part of the employment package. Lunch is included when school is in session. Funding exists to support continued advanced degree work, as well as participation in professional conferences, workshops, summer study, and travel.

Application Information
Shady Side Academy, as an educational institution and as an employer, does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, marital status, familial status, sex, age, sexual orientation, veteran status or gender identity and expression in its programs and activities. Our campuses are tobacco-free. In accordance with Pennsylvania law, all Academy employees must submit thorough background clearances prior to beginning work on any campus. Please submit all applications through the employment page on the SSA website.

About Shady Side Academy
Shady Side Academy is a nationally respected private school in Pittsburgh for boys and girls in grades pre-kindergarten through 12, with an optional boarding experience in high school. Four schools with extraordinary resources, teachers who actively mentor, a forward-thinking curriculum, a diverse and inclusive community, and a legacy of alumni accomplishments all inspire Shady Side students to high achievement in academics, the arts and athletics, and to meaningful ambitions in life. Visit the school’s website at





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