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Westminster Conservatory, the community music school of Westminster College of the Arts of Rider University, seeks part-time violin teachers for the fall of 2019. Interested candidates must have previous violin teaching experience, and must demonstrate an ability and willingness to adapt their teaching styles appropriately to a variety of students with a consideration for level of advance, age, and interest. May include paid opportunities to act as concert master for Westminster Community Orchestra concerts during the 2019-2020 season.
Locations: Westminster Conservatory located on the Westminster Choir College campus, Princeton, NJ. Possible openings at Conservatory extension sites in Lawrenceville, South Brunswick, and/or Yardley, PA.
Minimum of bachelor's degree in the area of instruction is required. masters degree preferred. Training in violin and/or viola pedagogy, music education, and/or Suzuki preferred.
About Rider University:
The Rider University community is composed of faculty, staff and students from a wide range of cultural backgrounds. Candidates with a demonstrated commitment supportive of the multicultural needs of Rider University and the surrounding community are highly desired.
Rider University has once again been included as one of the nation's best universities by US News & World Report 2019 and remained in the top tier in the Regional Universities – North category at number 35. Additionally, The Princeton Review named Rider among its
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About Rider University
"As a learner-centered University dedicated to the education of the whole student, Rider provides students the intellectual resources and breadth of student life opportunities of a comprehensive university with the personal attention and close student-faculty interactions of a liberal arts college.Through a commitment to high quality teaching, scholarship and experiential opportunities, faculty on both campuses provide undergraduate and graduate students rigorous and relevant programs of study to expand their intellectual, cultural and personal horizons and develop their leadership skills. Our highly regarded programs in the arts, social sciences, sciences, music, business and education challenge students to become active learners who can acquire, interpret, communicate and apply knowledge within and across disciplines to foster the integrative thinking required in a complex and rapidly changing world."