Choir Director

Friday, April 21, 2017
Roscommon Area Public Schools
Position Details: 

Position Available:                              0.4 FTE Vocal Music Position  - High School Vocal Music Director



  • A strong background in vocal pedagogy or choral conducting, with a high level of musicianship and skills applicable for teaching festival choirs
  • Ability to work as a contributing member of a professional learning community
  • Ability and willingness to incorporate technology into instruction.
  • Ability to collect and analyze formative and summative assessment data
  • Ability to modify instructional strategies based on data
  • Ability to make accommodations and work with special needs students in an inclusion setting
  • Ability to create a learning environment that challenges and inspires all students
  • Excellent communication skills with demonstrated characteristics of being approachable, personable and accessible to students, staff and parents
  • Evidence of continued professional learning and growth
  • Evidence of successful teaching experience
  • Proficient piano skills


  • Must possess a valid Michigan Teaching Certificate


Starting Date:               August 2017


Qualified applicants should submit the following:

  1. Letter indicating interest in the vacancy
  2. Current professional resume
  3. Names, titles, addresses, and contact information of current references
  4. Professional credentials from university – all transcripts and certificates
  5. Three (3) letters of professional reference written in the last four years


Materials should be sent to:

                                    M.J. Ewald


                                    Roscommon Area Public Schools

                                    P.O. Box 825

                                    Roscommon, MI 48653


Posting Closes:             Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.


The policies, programs, and practices of Roscommon Area Public Schools, an equal opportunity employer, do not discriminate on the basis of color, race, age, sex, handicap, national origin, ancestry, or limited English speaking ability.  Inquiries or complaints may be directed to the Superintendent of Schools (989) 275-6600 or the Office of Civil Rights, Washington, DC  20221. 

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