Community Music Center staff share the belief that the joys of making music belong to everyone. Many of us are musicians, but not all!
Classification: Non-Exempt Salaried
Reports to: Director of Finance and Operations
The Finance and Operations Assistant position at Community Music Center supports the Finance Department as directed in semi-monthly payroll procedures, humans resources, routine bookkeeping and other various administrative tasks as necessary. The Finance and Operations Assistant manages timely collection of faculty attendance and, with Director of Finance and Operations, reconciles faculty pay semi-monthly to ensure accuracy. They provide administrative support in the management and distribution of employee documents and files. The Finance and Operations Assistant will work closely with the Registration Department to maintain proper receipting and tracking of tuition based revenue, along with regular reconciliation of both balances outstanding and credits by term. They will work collaboratively with the Director of Finance and Operations to manage routine payables and cash/checks deposits. The Finance and Operations Assistant will be trained in all front office registration duties and will provide support when necessary.
About Community Music Center (CMC)
Community Music Center’s mission is to make high quality music accessible to all people, regardless of financial means. We are a nonprofit institution with branches in the Mission and Richmond Districts of San Francisco, and have served the Bay Area since 1921. CMC offers music lessons on over 30 instruments in a wide range of musical styles, including jazz, blues, Latin, popular, folk, rock, and Western classical. We also present a wide array of no or low cost concerts in our concert hall and out in the community. During the 2017-2018 school year, CMC served over 2,700 students of all ages and levels and financial backgrounds and offered nearly $2M in tuition assistance.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
This is a non-exempt full-time (40 hours per week) salaried position, and schedule is negotiable.
Required Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree from accredited 4 year institution
Preferred Education and Experience
Background working with musicians or other performing artists
Working conditions: Full-time, non-exempt, on-site position. Occasional evening and weekend work.
Salary and Benefits: Compensation will be commensurate with job requirements and experience. CMC offers healthcare, dental, vision and supplemental benefits packages.
How to apply: Applicants should email a resume and cover letter to CMCstaffopenings@sfcmc.org. Please include “Finance and Operations Assistant” in the subject of your email. Only those being considered will be contacted. No phone calls please. CMC is an equal opportunity employer.
The faculty of Community Music Center share the belief that the joy and satisfaction of learning to make music should be available to everyone, regardless of age, talent or means. Community Music Center seeks instructors with experience teaching a variety of styles, including western classical, jazz, rock, blues, Latin, flamenco, middle eastern and Chinese music.
CMC is hiring piano teachers starting in Winter Quarter 2019, which begins Wednesday, January 2. Candidates should be qualified to teach beginning, intermediate, and advanced students from age 4 to adult.
Experience in teaching multiple styles is desired. We will consider applicants who are available for any of the listed days and times. The listed times may be according to enrollment. If you are not available for any of these times, we encourage you to send materials for future consideration, as new studio times occasionally open.
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Application deadline: Friday, March 15, 2019.
We expect faculty to provide well-rounded, quality music instruction:
About Community Music Center
Community Music Center was founded in 1921, with the mission of making music accessible to all people, regardless of their financial status. During the 2016- 2017 school year, CMC served over 2,600 students of all ages and levels and financial backgrounds and offered nearly $2M in tuition assistance. CMC launched a capital campaign in 2013, to expand and re-imagine its Mission District campus by incorporating a newly acquired Victorian building next door to its existing building and concert hall. CMC has received a number of regional and national foundation awards and grants, including the Google Impact Challenge Award; the Bloomberg Philanthropies Capacity Building Grant and an Aroha Philanthropies leadership grant for the Capital Campaign, as well as grants supporting Creative Aging and Young Musicians Programs.
CMC is happy to receive all resumes for our file, whether or not a position is currently open. Please send resumes to CMCfacultyopenings@sfcmc.org.