Employment 

Campbell Learning Center is always seeking passionate and energetic professionals to join our team.  If you have a love for the Fine Arts and experience working in a nonprofit setting, we might be looking for you!  The CLC team works together to achieve our Mission and Vision and advocates for our Teaching philosophy.  If this aligns with your view of music education, please see below for the current openings.

 

 

How to Apply for a Position

 

You may apply for an open position by doing one of the following:

  • E-mail your resume and cover letter indicating the job title to natalie@clc-houston.org

    • Include 3 references -- employer, student/parent, supervisor -- that could speak to your work and teaching experience.

  • Mail your resume and cover letter indicating the job title to:  Campbell Learning Center.  1440 Campbell Road.  Houston, TX  77055

    • ​Include 3 references -- employer, student/parent, supervisor -- that could speak to your work and teaching experience.

 

 

Application Process:

 

An email acknowledgement will be sent once we receive your application.

  • Only candidates who fit our minimum requirements and current needs will be contacted for interview.

  • Potential candidates will receive background checks.  Finger printing records may also be required.

  • Potential candidates will be asked to provide mock teaching sessions prior to contract offer.

 

Current Openings:

Title:  Harp Instructor  -- Accepting Applications

Responsibilities:  Provide weekly harp lessons in a private setting.  Organization of semester student recitals, and performance at semester faculty recitals required.  

 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Strong verbal communication skills.  Ability to commit to a weekly schedule.  Willingness to participate in school-wide events and provide input in the growth and expansion of CLC mission.

 

Education and Experience:  M.A. in Music, Music Education, or similar field.  Minimum of 1 year teaching experience in a group or private setting.  Proficiency in piano is a plus.

Position Start Date:  Spring, 2021

Title:  Grants Editor -- Accepting Applications

Responsibilities:  Research, prepare, and edit grant proposals to improve readability -- verifying facts, dates, statistics, and reference sources.  Confer with management on requirements and policy to ensure compliance.  Availability to attend required workshops and meetings held by grant committees. 

 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Strong written communication and computer skills.  Ability to demonstrate thoroughness, timeliness, independent research, and high productivity.  Willingness to participate in school-wide events and provide input in the growth and expansion of CLC mission.

 

Education and Experience:  B.A. in English, journalism, communications, marketing,  or similar field.  Industry experience in technical writing, grant writing, or journalism.

Position Start Date:  Spring, 2021

Title:  Community Coordinator  -- Accepting Applications

Responsibilities:  Manage CLC community engagement calendar and maintain relations with CLC partners.  Support and execute community initiatives.  Oversee social media and multimedia promotions.  Reports to administrative director and executive director.  

 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Strong verbal and written communication skills.  Fluency in computer use, especially communication tools and data management software.  Must be detail-oriented and meet deadlines quickly.  Bilingual English, Spanish or Chinese speaker is a plus.   

 

Education and Experience:  Bachelor degree in Communications, Business, or related field.  Minimum of 1 year working experience in administrative support, marketing, or community engagement.  

Position Start Date:  Spring, 2021

Title:  Music Therapist -- Accepting Applications

Responsibilities:  Provide weekly group and private lessons for students within Special Needs department.  Organize and collaborate with other department supervisors to provide monthly activities and events.  

 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities:  Expertise in the field of Special Needs Education.  Ability to work with students diagnosed with special needs such as autism, ADHD, hearing and visual impairment, and other behavioral and physiological disorders.  Willingness to participate in school-wide events and provide input in the growth and expansion of the CLC mission.

 

Education and Experience:  B.A. in Music Education, Music Therapy, Special Needs Education, or similar field.  Minimum of 1 year teaching experience in a group or private setting.  Must have experience working with Special needs students.  

Position Start Date:  June, 2021

Title:  Guitar Instructor  -- Filled

Responsibilities:  Provide weekly guitar lessons in a group or private setting.  Organization of semester student recitals, and performance at semester faculty recitals required.  

 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Strong verbal communication skills.  Ability to commit to a weekly schedule.  Willingness to participate in school-wide events and provide input in the growth and expansion of CLC mission.

 

Education and Experience:  B.A. in Music, Music Education, or similar field.  Minimum of 1 year teaching experience in a group or private setting.

Position Start Date:  Immediately

Title:  Advanced Piano Instructor -- Filled

Responsibilities:  Provide weekly piano lessons in a private setting, specifically for late intermediate to advance students.  Organization of semester student recitals, and performance at semester faculty recitals required.  

 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Strong verbal communication skills.  Ability to commit to a weekly schedule.  Willingness to participate in school-wide events and provide input in the growth and expansion of CLC mission.

 

Education and Experience:  M.A. in Music, Music Education, or similar field.  Minimum of 2 year teaching experience in a group or private setting.  Experience preparing students for ABRSM, regional and national competitions is a plus.

Position Start Date:  Immediately

Title:  Cello Instructor  -- Filled

Responsibilities:  Provide weekly cello lessons in a private setting.  Organization of semester student recitals, and performance at semester faculty recitals required.  

 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Strong verbal communication skills.  Ability to commit to a weekly schedule.  Willingness to participate in school-wide events and provide input in the growth and expansion of CLC mission.

 

Education and Experience:  M.A. in Music, Music Education, or similar field.  Minimum of 1 year teaching experience in a group or private setting.

Position Start Date:  Fall, 2019

Title:  Beginner GROUP Violin Instructor  -- Filled

Responsibilities:  Provide weekly lessons in a group setting, specifically for younger/beginner upper strings player.  Detailed weekly lesson plans and organization of semester student recitals required.

 

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Strong verbal communication skills.  Ability to commit to a weekly schedule.  Strong classroom management skills and ability to lead group instruction is a must.  Willingness to participate in school-wide events and provide input in the growth and expansion of CLC mission.  Candidate must undergo state finger printing, federal background check, and district approval before start date.  

 

Education and Experience:  B.A. in Music, Music Education, or similar field.  Minimum of 1 year teaching experience in a group setting, including violin and music fundamentals.

Position Start Date:  Immediately

 

Call us:

713-464-4388

Find us: 

1440 Campbell Road, Houston, TX 77055