Portsmouth Music and Arts Center, 973 Islington Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801, 603-431-4278
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Current Openings
Part-Time Receptionist/Office Assistant Position Available

The Portsmouth Music and Arts Center is seeking a part-time (15 - 18 hours per week) Receptionist/Office Assistant for our growing organization on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon/evenings. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and full resume to:

Core Duties and Responsibilities:
Greets Parents, Students as they enter PMAC facility
Answers Phones
Accepts Payments for Tuition, Ticket sales and Drop In Classes
Answers Questions about PMAC’s Programs, Events and Fundraisers
Conducts Tours of PMAC Space
Light office work including filing and processing some sales
Some data entry
Provides Office Support for PMAC events

Required Skills:
Strong Communication Skills (in person, phone and over email)
An Independent Worker who still has the ability to work well in a team
Strong Organizational Skills
Must actively use e-mail
Preferred Experience with QuickBooks, FileMaker and Google Calendar, Google Docs
Ability to Operate standard office equipment, including but not limited to computers, telephone systems, printers and copiers

Minimum Qualifications:
Prior Experience in the Customer Service Industry 
Candidate should have a love for music/visual arts and believe in community arts education

Email: Katie Grazier, Director of Administration at katie@pmaconline.org

Part Time Voice Instructor

Portsmouth Music and Arts Center (PMAC) is seeking a part-time voice instructor to teach all levels of voice beginning at age 10 and including adults. Experience with both classical and jazz instruction is a plus, but not required. The position begins January 2014 and will be one day per week, with the potential add additional days.

Core Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide weekly 30, 45 or 60 minute individual lessons to voice students of all levels, ages 10 to adult
Effectively administer and manage studio in collaboration with staff and in adherence to school procedures and policies
Complete student assessments
Participate in recruitment activities inside and outside of the school
Prepare students for performances
Attend department and faculty meetings
Lead a voice workshop for our voice department once each semester
Perform on faculty concerts as a soloist or with other faculty in an ensemble setting
Interest and experience in teaching a youth or adult vocal ensemble is a plus

Required Skills:
Exceptional teaching and interpersonal skills
Positive attitude and strong communication skills including use of e-mail
The ability to work well in a team
High standards for quality, good judgment, accountability and adaptability/flexibility

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in voice performance, or music education.
1 year or more experience teaching private voice lessons
Commitment to life-long learning and further training
Strong interest in supporting the mission of a community music and arts school

Send resume and letter of intent to Executive Director Russ Grazer at russ@pmaconline.org