Teaching Job

China
Tianjin, China
Posted: 17 Dec 2022
Tianjin Juilliard School

Tianjin Juilliard School

Part-time Pre-College Cello Faculty

(part-time)
The Tianjin Juilliard School Pre-College offers a comprehensive conservatory music program on Saturdays from September through May for advanced pre-college students ages 8-18. The faculty serves as teachers, role models, and mentors, guiding students as they develop technical proficiency while fostering creativity and intellectual curiosity. The program prepares students who exhibit talent, potential, and ambition to pursue serious music study at the college level. Recognizing the importance of early development and discipline in the music field, the school offers an atmosphere where artistic gifts and technical skills can flourish.

This is a part-time position. Faculty must be willing to travel to Tianjin on Saturdays. Applicants must be eligible for part-time work in China.

Responsibilities:
• Teach individual cello lessons and studio class
• Prepare students for performances and auditions as needed
• Participate in annual auditions and juries
• Actively recruit Pre-College students

Qualifications:
• Advanced degree and/or considerable professional experience
• Fluency in English is required, fluency in Mandarin is preferred
• Experience teaching highly advanced students ages 8-18, with a demonstrated track record of student success
• Professional performing experience at an international level
• Experience teaching or studying in an American or European music school is preferred
• Openness to multi-cultural approaches to music education is essential
• Availability on Saturdays from September through May
• This position requires eligibility for part-time work in China
Closing date: n/a
Start date: September 2023
More details/How to apply:
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