Employment Opportunities

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Community Music Center of Boston is committed to recruiting and fostering a diverse community of staff and students and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. BIPOC individuals, LGBTQIA+ individuals, and members of other historically disenfranchised and marginalized populations are strongly encouraged to apply.

All available positions are displayed below. If there are no available positions that interest you, you may submit your resume and materials to jobs@cmcb.org where they will be kept on file for 60 days.

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Senior Director of the Community Music School

The Senior Director of the Community Music School (SDCMS) at CMCB will be a visionary leader responsible for supporting CMCB as we continue to implement our groundbreaking learner-centered and culturally inclusive strategic plan. Reporting to the Chief Programming Officer, the SDCMS will energize and manage the execution of all components of CMCB’s Community Music School (private and group instruction, Early Childhood programming, and summer programming) in accordance with the Strategic Plan. The SDCMS will also work closely with the Senior Director of Community Engagement Programs (SDCEP) to activate the relationships between our South End site and our community engagement programs. The ideal candidate will have a passion for arts as a tool for community engagement as well as enthusiasm for CMCB’s dual mission of excellence and access and a successful track record of implementing new initiatives. 

What is Summer Arts & Music?

It is CMCB’s new 4-week program for 40-60 participants aged 4-14! This program offers a wide range of music, dance, drama, and art electives, including specialty classes like orchestra, chamber music, bucket drumming, music technology, private lessons and more, to encourage participants to develop a love for the arts. It also features our prestigious Counselor-in-Training student workforce program. Students will join us for half day and full day options throughout July 2022 (full day participants will also take advantage of our partnership with South End Soccer). Read on for all open positions for this summer program!

Summer Program Director

The Summer Program Director will oversee the setup, execution, and reflection of five weeks of programming during Summer 2022, specifically the personnel and administrative duties for CMCB’s new 4-week Summer Arts & Music program. They will facilitate program planning, manage day-to-day operations, organize field trips and other themed activities, assist in the management of all staff, and collaborate with full-time staff on finances, billing, attendance, protocols, and any other necessary logistics to keep the programs running smoothly.

Summer Program Group Leader

Group Leaders will manage a group of approximately 10-15 students and 1-2 counselors throughout their daily activities in CMCB’s new 4-week Summer Arts & Music program. Group Leaders will also help guide students ages 12-14 within their group who are Counselors-In-Training (CITs), providing feedback and setting goals for their engagement. Group Leaders will grow existing management tools, de-escalation techniques, and leadership skills as part of their job training. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, comfortable giving direction, and safety conscious.

Summer Program Counselor

Counselors will support groups of 10-15 students (1-2 counselors per group) under the guidance of a group leader, engaging them in daily activities during CMCB’s new 4-week Summer Arts & Music program. Counselors will practice classroom management tools and begin developing leadership skills as part of their job training. The ideal candidate will be compassionate, enthusiastic, and safety conscious.

Summer Program Assistant

Program Assistants will support our Summer Program Director in our new 4-week Summer Arts & Music program.They will assist the Summer Program Director and the Assistant Director with all administrative duties and special projects such as distributing communication and setting up for student check in/out and Friday afternoon events. The ideal candidate is organized, timely, and communicative.