Student Employment for Enrolled Students

As a current NEC student, you're welcome to work on campus regardless of your financial aid status.  Looking for work?  Check out our current openings below.

Please note that jobs are filled on a first-come, first-served basis at the discretion of NEC supervisors.  Students are paid for their work via direct deposit on a bi-weekly schedule.

Employment Paperwork and Payroll

If you're a US Citizen or Permanent Resident, you must complete the W-4 and I-9 forms before working on campus.  These forms are available in the Financial Aid Office.  If you're an international student, you must apply for a Social Security Card, complete the I-9 form, and submit tax paperwork in person at the Financial Aid Office before working on campus.

After you complete your paperwork, you'll be added to ADP, NEC’s electronic payroll database.  Registration instructions are emailed to students when their accounts are ready for use.  All NEC students receive payment on a bi-weekly schedule and are required to register for direct deposit.  Our comprehensive student employment handbook can be viewed under the “forms” section of the ADP home page.

Current Openings

Off Campus Positions

The below employment opportunities are available only to Federal Work-Study recipients and typically focus on public service initiatives such as tutoring and education.  To help offset the cost and time commitment of an off campus commute, NEC will compensate students for time spent commuting to and from off campus employment.

Academic Mentor Boston Partners

No. of Jobs Available: 

5-10

Supervisors: 

Peter Darling

Contact:

mentor@bostonpartners.org

Job Description:  Boston Partners in Education is seeking academic mentors to support Boston’s public schools students by providing them with focused, individualized, in-school mentoring. Federal Work-Study mentor positions start at $14.00/hour. Students must receive Federal Work-Study from the NEC Financial Aid Office to be eligible for paid positions.

Who are Academic Mentors?

Our mentors are people like you and me, devoting time from their busy lives to help our young people succeed. They come from all walks of life, ethnic origins, and levels of education and experience.

What do Academic Mentors do?

Academic mentors work one-on-one or with a small group of 2-4 students for an hour a week during the school day. As an academic mentor, you will support a student’s academic and personal growth, and in many cases become an adult role model. Opportunities are available in all grades (pre K-12) and subject areas.

Student/Academic Mentor matches are made based on your preferences:

  • Location
  • Availability
  • Subject matter
  • Grade level
  • One-on-one vs. small group work

Qualifications:  No experience is necessary – just a willingness to help students thrive. Boston Partners provides training and match support to help facilitate a successful match. We are required by the Boston Public Schools to run a CORI/SORI background check on each potential mentor; this background check is run at no cost to you.

How to apply:  Ready to make a difference in the lives of Boston Public Schools students? Apply now online. When submitting the application, make sure to answer yes to the "Are you applying as part of a volunteer group or organization?" question, then choose NEC as the organization.

For additional questions regarding mentoring opportunities, please contact Boston Partners in Education at mentor@bostonpartners.org or 617-451-6145. For all other information, please visit http://bostonpartners.org/.

 

Middle School Math Tutor – Codman Academy

No. of Jobs Available: 

5

Supervisor: 

Sahar Hakim, Upper School Tutorial Coordinator

Contact:

shakim@codmanacademy.org

Job Summary:  Codman Academy Charter Public School is seeking Math Tutor candidates to provide individualized instruction to middle school students. Successful candidates have prior experience in tutoring and behavior management, and with special needs students and English Language Learners. If you are interested in becoming an educator, working as a Tutor is a great way to sharpen your teaching skills while getting to know the inner workings of schools.

 

ALL CODMAN ACADEMY TEAM MEMBERS BELIEVE IN:

  • Rigor and High Quality: As a small, college preparatory school, we have high intellectual and character expectations for our students and our staff. We believe in the American Youth Foundation’s motto, “My own self, at my very best, all the time.” As an EL Education Credentialed School our demanding academic curriculum is based on EL’s design principles; students engage in experiential learning across disciplines. Exemplifying this approach, Humanities Department Chair Sydney Chaffee was named 2017 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year.
  • Social Justice and Serving our Community: We value learning through meaningful experiences that affect our daily lives. We look to be active members in our community and expect the same from our students. Walk Boston awarded former Science Teacher Maggie Sachs Mahmood the Golden Shoe Award for using the study of velocity and physics to improve pedestrian safety in Codman Square. The Community Service-Learning Advisory Council awarded the Service Learning Teacher Award to Equity Coordinator Lisa Graustein.
  • Integrated Health and Education: CACPS is co-located with our founding partner, the Codman Square Health Center. Together we’ve formed Codman2, an innovative partnership that aims at improving the physical, mental, and socio-emotional health of our community. Our partnership earned the first Mayoral Prize in Innovation in Health Care. CACPS also earned the Gold-Level Massachusetts School Wellness Award, which noted a high level of student involvement in the wellness program, coordination with the Codman Square Health Center, and exemplary whole school approach to fostering wellness.

Responsibilities include (but not limited to):

  • Report to mandatory training sessions prior to working with students
  • Report to the school upon arrival at the school building, arriving 30 minutes early to plan lessons, review all materials, and ensure preparedness before the students arrive in the classroom
  • Implement instructional guide outlined in lesson plans and grade students on preparation, engagement, and ability to complete lessons each session
  • Create and maintain a positive learning environment in the classroom
  • Report all student incidents, including injuries, accidents, illnesses, and behavioral problems
  • Work with other tutors in a team setting, and receive and implement professional development and constructive feedback provided by the Tutorial Coordinator
  • Must be willing to use Codman Academy’s expeditionary teaching methods and enforce Codman Academy’s Habits of Learning and Scholarship

Position starts 9/30/2019 and is compensated at $14.00 per hour.

Qualifications: 

  • Ability to maintain a positive instructional atmosphere in the classroom
  • Ability to plan, organize, and coordinate lessons in a classroom setting
  • Ability to communicate effectively with students and staff
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work

Required: High School Diploma, Satisfactory CORI (Criminal Records check). Those with a major in Education are encouraged to apply, but an Education major or degree is not necessary. Tutors must be available twice a week, on a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule, from 8:30am to 10:30am.

Preferred: Prior experience working with children and/or adolescents; fluency in Spanish or Haitian/Cape Verdean Creole may also be beneficial.

How to Apply:  Send your resume and cover letter to Sahar Hakim (shakim@codmanacademy.org). All resumes will be screened and selected candidates will participate in an in-person interview process.

Codman Academy does not discriminate in its programs, activities, facilities, employment, or educational opportunities on the basis of race, color, age, disability, sex/gender, gender identity, religious beliefs, national origin, ancestry, retaliation, sexual orientation, genetics or military status and does not tolerate any form of discrimination, intimidation, threat, coercion, and/or harassment that insults the dignity of others by interfering with their freedom to learn and work.

 

 

9th Grade Math/Humanities Tutor – Codman Academy

No. of Jobs Available: 

5

Supervisor: 

Sahar Hakim, Upper School Tutorial Coordinator

Contact:

shakim@codmanacademy.org

Job Summary:  Codman Academy Charter Public School is seeking Math and Humanities Tutor candidates to provide individualized instruction to grade 9 students. Successful candidates have prior experience in tutoring and behavior management, and with special needs students and English Language Learners. If you are interested in becoming an educator, working as a Tutor is a great way to sharpen your teaching skills while getting to know the inner workings of schools.

 

ALL CODMAN ACADEMY TEAM MEMBERS BELIEVE IN:

  • Rigor and High Quality: As a small, college preparatory school, we have high intellectual and character expectations for our students and our staff. We believe in the American Youth Foundation’s motto, “My own self, at my very best, all the time.” As an EL Education Credentialed School our demanding academic curriculum is based on EL’s design principles; students engage in experiential learning across disciplines. Exemplifying this approach, Humanities Department Chair Sydney Chaffee was named 2017 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year.
  • Social Justice and Serving our Community: We value learning through meaningful experiences that affect our daily lives. We look to be active members in our community and expect the same from our students. Walk Boston awarded former Science Teacher Maggie Sachs Mahmood the Golden Shoe Award for using the study of velocity and physics to improve pedestrian safety in Codman Square. The Community Service-Learning Advisory Council awarded the Service Learning Teacher Award to Equity Coordinator Lisa Graustein.
  • Integrated Health and Education: CACPS is co-located with our founding partner, the Codman Square Health Center. Together we’ve formed Codman2, an innovative partnership that aims at improving the physical, mental, and socio-emotional health of our community. Our partnership earned the first Mayoral Prize in Innovation in Health Care. CACPS also earned the Gold-Level Massachusetts School Wellness Award, which noted a high level of student involvement in the wellness program, coordination with the Codman Square Health Center, and exemplary whole school approach to fostering wellness.

Responsibilities include (but not limited to):

  • Report to mandatory training sessions prior to working with students
  • Report to the school upon arrival at the school building, arriving 30 minutes early to plan lessons, review all materials, and ensure preparedness before the students arrive in the classroom
  • Implement instructional guide outlined in lesson plans and grade students on preparation, engagement, and ability to complete lessons each session
  • Create and maintain a positive learning environment in the classroom
  • Report all student incidents, including injuries, accidents, illnesses, and behavioral problems
  • Work with other tutors in a team setting, and receive and implement professional development and constructive feedback provided by the Tutorial Coordinator
  • Must be willing to use Codman Academy’s expeditionary teaching methods and enforce Codman Academy’s Habits of Learning and Scholarship

Position starts 9/30/2019 and is compensated at $14 per hour.

Qualifications: 

  • Ability to maintain a positive instructional atmosphere in the classroom
  • Ability to plan, organize, and coordinate lessons in a classroom setting
  • Ability to communicate effectively with students and staff
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work

Required: High School Diploma, Satisfactory CORI (Criminal Records check). Those with a major in Education are encouraged to apply, but an Education major or degree is not necessary. Tutors must be available to work from 2:30pm to 4:30pm on a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday cycle, from the week of September 30 to the week of December 9.

Preferred: Prior experience working with children and/or adolescents; fluency in Spanish or Haitian/Cape Verdean Creole may also be beneficial.

How to Apply:  Send your resume and cover letter to Sahar Hakim (shakim@codmanacademy.org). All resumes will be screened and selected candidates will participate in an in-person interview process.

Codman Academy does not discriminate in its programs, activities, facilities, employment, or educational opportunities on the basis of race, color, age, disability, sex/gender, gender identity, religious beliefs, national origin, ancestry, retaliation, sexual orientation, genetics or military status and does not tolerate any form of discrimination, intimidation, threat, coercion, and/or harassment that insults the dignity of others by interfering with their freedom to learn and work.

 

10th Grade Math/Humanities Tutor – Codman Academy

No. of Jobs Available: 

5

Supervisor: 

Sahar Hakim, Upper School Tutorial Coordinator

Contact:

shakim@codmanacademy.org

Job Summary: 

Codman Academy Charter Public School is seeking Math and Humanities Tutor candidates to provide individualized instruction to grade 10 students. Successful candidates have prior experience in tutoring and behavior management, and with special needs students and English Language Learners. If you are interested in becoming an educator, working as a Tutor is a great way to sharpen your teaching skills while getting to know the inner workings of schools.

ALL CODMAN ACADEMY TEAM MEMBERS BELIEVE IN:

  • Rigor and High Quality: As a small, college preparatory school, we have high intellectual and character expectations for our students and our staff. We believe in the American Youth Foundation’s motto, “My own self, at my very best, all the time.” As an EL Education Credentialed School our demanding academic curriculum is based on EL’s design principles; students engage in experiential learning across disciplines. Exemplifying this approach, Humanities Department Chair Sydney Chaffee was named 2017 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year.
  • Social Justice and Serving our Community: We value learning through meaningful experiences that affect our daily lives. We look to be active members in our community and expect the same from our students. Walk Boston awarded former Science Teacher Maggie Sachs Mahmood the Golden Shoe Award for using the study of velocity and physics to improve pedestrian safety in Codman Square. The Community Service-Learning Advisory Council awarded the Service Learning Teacher Award to Equity Coordinator Lisa Graustein.
  • Integrated Health and Education: CACPS is co-located with our founding partner, the Codman Square Health Center. Together we’ve formed Codman2, an innovative partnership that aims at improving the physical, mental, and socio-emotional health of our community. Our partnership earned the first Mayoral Prize in Innovation in Health Care. CACPS also earned the Gold-Level Massachusetts School Wellness Award, which noted a high level of student involvement in the wellness program, coordination with the Codman Square Health Center, and exemplary whole school approach to fostering wellness.

Responsibilities include (but not limited to):

  • Report to mandatory training sessions prior to working with students
  • Report to the school upon arrival at the school building, arriving 30 minutes early to plan lessons, review all materials, and ensure preparedness before the students arrive in the classroom
  • Implement instructional guide outlined in lesson plans and grade students on preparation, engagement, and ability to complete lessons each session
  • Create and maintain a positive learning environment in the classroom
  • Report all student incidents, including injuries, accidents, illnesses, and behavioral problems
  • Work with other tutors in a team setting, and receive and implement professional development and constructive feedback provided by the Tutorial Coordinator
  • Must be willing to use Codman Academy’s expeditionary teaching methods and enforce Codman Academy’s Habits of Learning and Scholarship

Position starts 9/30/2019 and is compensated at $14.00 per hour.

Qualifications: 

  • Ability to maintain a positive instructional atmosphere in the classroom
  • Ability to plan, organize, and coordinate lessons in a classroom setting
  • Ability to communicate effectively with students and staff
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others contacted in the course of work

Required: High School Diploma, Satisfactory CORI (Criminal Records check). Those with a major in Education are encouraged to apply, but an Education major or degree is not necessary. Tutors must be available to work from 12:30pm to 2:30pm on a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday cycle, from the week of September 30 to the week of December 9.

Preferred: Prior experience working with children and/or adolescents; fluency in Spanish or Haitian/Cape Verdean Creole may also be beneficial.

How to Apply:  Send your resume and cover letter to Sahar Hakim (shakim@codmanacademy.org). All resumes will be screened and selected candidates will participate in an in-person interview process.

Codman Academy does not discriminate in its programs, activities, facilities, employment, or educational opportunities on the basis of race, color, age, disability, sex/gender, gender identity, religious beliefs, national origin, ancestry, retaliation, sexual orientation, genetics or military status and does not tolerate any form of discrimination, intimidation, threat, coercion, and/or harassment that insults the dignity of others by interfering with their freedom to learn and work.

On Campus Positions

The below employment opportunities are available to all active NEC college students.  Jobs are filled on a first-come, first-served basis at the discretion of NEC supervisors.

College

 

Accompanist, Chorus – Chorus

No. of Jobs Available: 

3

Supervisor: 

Sally Millar, Administrator for Choruses

Faculty Supervisor:

Erica Washburn, Director of Choral Activities

Contact:

sally.millar@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Accompany rehearsals for Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, Advanced Conducting class, and conducting lessons

Other possible opportunities include accompanying choruses in performance and auditions and coachings for soloists

Position starts 9/5/2019 and is compensated at $20/hour for MM and GD students, $25/hour for DMA students.

Qualifications:  BM in piano preferred; currently enrolled as a graduate student at NEC; prior accompanying experience; must be comfortable reading 4-8 part open score.

How to Apply:  Sign up for an audition on the blue schedule posted on the NEC bulletin board; audition materials are available outside the NEC Chorus Office (Rm. 2M, JH)

Office Assistant – Advancement & Engagement

No. of Jobs Available: 

2

Supervisor: 

Michael Antonitis, Advancement Officer

Contact:

michael.antonitis@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  The Advancement & Engagement (AE) team is looking to hire office assistants for the 2019-2020 school year. The Advancement and Engagement office oversees donor related events, activities, and fundraising initiatives for the Conservatory. AE collaborates with departments campus-wide to educate friends, parents, and alumni about the mission of NEC and the importance of philanthropy. The purpose of the position is to assist the AE office with daily administrative needs including: greeting visitors; reception desk phone coverage; handling interoffice and off-campus deliveries;, help with filing and data administration; assistance with research; donor mailings;, and other general duties.

Position starts 9/16/2019 and is compensated at 12 per hour.

Qualifications:  • Must be friendly, courteous, responsible, reliable and detail-oriented.

• Must have a warm, professional and respectful in-person and telephone manner.

• Sensitivity to confidential materials, must sign a Confidentiality Agreement if hired.

• Familiarity with Word and Excel helpful.

• Previous office experience preferred.

How to Apply:  Submit your resume via email Michael Antonitis, and include a brief explanation of why you are interested in working for the Advancement & Engagement office.

EM Office Assistant – Entrepreneurial Musicianship

No. of Jobs Available: 

4

Supervisor: 

Andrew Worden, Assistant Dean & Faculty

Contact:

andrew.worden@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Be one of the first to learn of auditions, jobs, grants, and other music opportunities! The Entrepreneurial Musicianship Department seeks office assistants to work during the 2019-2020 academic year. Duties include: adding listings to Bridge: Worldwide Music Connection; helping students, alumni, and the public with office resources; interacting with potential patrons and facilitating gig referrals; tracking information about gigs referred through the Music Referral Service.

Position starts 8/26/2019 and is compensated at 12 per hour.

Qualifications:  Office experience; professional demeanor; customer service experience; ability to type and enter data quickly and accurately; ability to work 6-8 hours/week during the school year.

How to Apply:  Submit your resume via email to andrew.worden@necmusic.edu

 

Computer Lab Assistant – ITS

No. of Jobs Available: 

10

Supervisor: 

Emily Morrissette, Computer Lab Supervisor

Contact:

Computer.Labs@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  NEC’s Computer Lab supports the community by providing:

• A quiet, friendly atmosphere for students and faculty to work throughout the school day

• Supplementary equipment loans for classrooms on a daily basis

• A staff available for real-time troubleshooting both in the Labs and Classrooms

• Print Support throughout campus

Computer Lab Assistants will be responsible for:

• Greeting and checking-in visitors to the Computer Lab & Music Technology Classroom

• Loaning & tracking items for the classrooms (cables, adapters, etc)

• Day-to-day troubleshooting in the Lab (print questions, formatting issues, etc)

• General upkeep of our spaces (pushing in chairs, clearing stations, preventing food/drinks from entering)

• Technical trouble-shooting in classrooms (full training is provided upon hiring)

• Print Support on Campus (refilling paper, changing toner, clearing jams, cleaning machines of wasted paper and trash)

• Various duties as assigned

 

Next Step: You will be emailed within several days of submitting your application to confirm your eligibility for the position, and be provided with information regarding the next steps in the process.

Position starts 8/26/2019 and is compensated at 13 per hour.

Qualifications:  Kindness, Attentiveness, Self-Discipline, Dedication.

You don’t have to be a computer whiz to work in the Computer Lab; we look for smart, self-motivated people who enjoy assisting others and can work together with their Lab-mates as a team. Full training is provided upon hiring.

Skills that are not required, but would be a plus, are:

Familiarity with:

o Finale, Sibelius, Reason, Auralia, Musician, Open Music, Max MSP, Digital Performer, Audacity, Adobe Suite

o Mac OS and/or PC OS

o Office 365

 

How to Apply:  Email Emily at: Computer.Labs@necmusic.edu with, “Job Application” in the subject line. In your email, please include:

• Affirmation of your interest in this position.
• Your Major, Instrument, and Academic Year (Freshman, Junior, Grad, etc)
• Your schedule for the semester to the best of your ability. Be sure to include any ensembles, chamber groups, or lesson times you think you might have.
• The # of hours per week you would ideally like to work. Students average 8-10 hours/week, and are allowed a maximum of 20 hours/week.
• A quick overview of any technical experience or customer service experience you have.

 

SHAC Student Worker – Office of Student Services

No. of Jobs Available: 

4

Supervisor: 

Robin Searcy, Assistant Director of Student Life

Contact:

robin.searcy@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Student Housing and Activities Center (SHAC) student workers directly support the work of Student Activities and Residence Life through their support in administrative tasks. They plan community development and educational programs, assist with distributing MBTA passes and Boston Symphony Orchestra cards, assist residential students who are locked out and maintain the SHAC space as a welcoming and caring space for students to spend time on campus. SHAC workers assist Residence Life and Student Activities to build a supportive environment on campus at NEC.

This position is structured based on hours. I will be reviewing the amount of time you can work between the open office hours.

Position starts 9/9/2019 and is compensated at 13 per hour.

Qualifications:  -Be enrolled as a full-time student (at least 12.0 credits for undergraduate Bachelor’s students, 10.0 credits for undergraduate diploma students, 9.0 credits for graduate Master’s students, 6.0 credits for graduate diploma and 8.0 credits for DMA students) throughout the course of employment

-Not be documented for any Residential Life and/or NEC policy violations throughout the course of employment

Complete a state and federal background check

Have an interest in creating and organizing events

How to Apply:  Please email Assistant Director of Student Life, Robin Searcy, a resume or letter of interest with details related to office management and/or event planning and your working availability.

 

Department Assistant – Music Theory

No. of Jobs Available: 

3

Supervisor: 

Alison Garner, Dean of Academic Affairs and Administration

Faculty Supervisor:

Katarina Miljkovic, Music Theory, Chair

Contact:

alison.garner@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Assist faculty with making copies, library requests, filing exams and proctoring. Working on special projects such as: transferring exams to electronic form, copying short score excerpts in Finale, video recording and basic editing of departmental events, helping with preparing departmental yearly booklet. Monitoring attendance in the Music Theory Learning Center.

Position starts 8/26/2019 and is compensated at an hourly rate determined by degree level.

Qualifications:  Knowledge of Finale, Microsoft Office, basic sound, video and editing, and good interpersonal skills are needed. DMA, Graduate and Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply:  Please email Alison Garner at alison.garner@necmusic.edu with a brief letter of intent and your availability. In your letter, include your year, major, instrument, and why you would like to serve as a Music Theory Department Assistant.

 

Keyboard Teaching Assistant – Music Theory

No. of Jobs Available: 

12

Supervisor: 

Alison Garner, Dean of Academic Affairs and Administration

Faculty Supervisor:

Roger Graybill, Music Theory Faculty

Contact:

alison.garner@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Keyboard TAs will teach half hour sessions of keyboard harmony in the keyboard lab. A weekly meeting with the TP instructor or coordinator is mandatory.

Position starts 9/4/2019 and is compensated at an hourly rate dependent on degree level.

Qualifications:  Fluency in keyboard harmony, successfully completed undergraduate theory courses, strong musicianship skills, fixed DO Solfege background preferred, ability to work well with others, attention to detail and organized, teaching experience, flexible schedule, and Masters or DMA students preferred.

How to Apply:  Please email Alison Garner at alison.garner@necmusic.edu with a brief letter or intent and your schedule for the semester. In your letter, include your year, major, instrument and why you would like to serve as a Keyboard TA.

 

Learning Center Tutor – Music Theory

No. of Jobs Available: 

3

Supervisor: 

Alison Garner, Dean of Academic Affairs and Administration

Faculty Supervisor:

Katarina Miljkovic, Music Theory, Chair

Contact:

alison.garner@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  MTLC assistants will help tutor students by answering questions, providing help with class assignments, and assisting with the cultivation of keyboard harmony and ear-training skills using interactive computer-based exercises.

Position starts 9/4/2019 and is compensated at an hourly rate dependent on degree level.

Qualifications:  Passion for teaching/tutoring students, excellent keyboard skills, and theoretical knowledge (tonal & post-tonal) and Ear Training abilities. A willingness to learn NEC's tonal practice course/curriculum, how to operate KB patches, become familiar with Auralia and Musition, and operate and troubleshoot basic MIDI controller and operation of DAW (Garage Band is sufficient).

How to Apply:  Please email Alison Garner at alison.garner@necmusic.edu with a brief letter of intent and your schedule for the Fall 2019 semester. In your letter, include your year, major, instrument, and why you would like to serve as a Music Theory Learning Center Tutor.

 

Office Assistant – Student Services

No. of Jobs Available: 

1

Supervisor: 

Micah Gharavi, Office Coordinator

Contact:

micah.gharavi@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  The responsibilities of this position include: general office duties such as answering phones, responding to e-mails, copying and faxing, filing, and data entry; providing general information to students, parents, faculty, and staff through phone, e-mail, and in person contact; assisting office staff with projects as needed.

Position starts 8/26/2019 and is compensated at $12.00 per hour.

Qualifications:  Good customer service skills; competency in Microsoft Office programs; ability to handle confidential information with discretion; ability to work both independently and as part of the team.

How to Apply:  Please send resume to Micah Gharavi at micah.gharavi@necmusic.edu.

 

Office Assistant (Summer) – Entrepreneurial Musicianship

No. of Jobs Available: 

1

Supervisor: 

Andrew Worden, Assistant Dean

Contact:

andrew.worden@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Be one of the first to learn of auditions, grants & other music opportunities! The Entrepreneurial Musicianship Department seeks office assistants to work during summer of 2019 with potential to continue into the academic year. Duties include: adding listings to Bridge: Worldwide Music Connection; helping students, alumni, and the public with office resources; interacting with potential patrons and facilitating gig referrals; tracking information about gigs referred through the Music Referral Service.

Position starts immediately and is compensated at $12.00 per hour.

Qualifications:  Office experience; professional demeanor; customer service experience a plus; ability to type and enter data quickly and accurately; ability to work 6-10 hours/week during the summer.

How to Apply:  Submit your resume via email to andrew.worden@necmusic.edu.

 

 

Marketing Office Assistant – Marketing & Communications

No. of Jobs Available: 

1

Supervisor: 

Yna Aggabao, Marketing Coordinator

Contact:

yna.aggabao@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  The Marketing & Communications department is seeking an office assistant for the 2019-2020 school year to help with daily administrative needs and support for marketing initiatives. Responsibilities include: working with NEC’s social media channels and website, processing invoices, managing the marketing admin email inbox and phone line, and other duties as required.

Position starts 9/9/2019 and is compensated at $12 per hour.

Qualifications:  Interest in marketing and communications, professional demeanor, data entry experience, attention to detail, and ability to work 6-10 hours/week.

How to Apply:  Please submit a cover letter and resume via email to yna.aggabao@necmusic.edu

 

Student Recording Engineer – Recording and Performance Technology Services

No. of Jobs Available: 

15

Supervisor: 

Lisa Nigris, Director of Recording and Performance Technology Services

Contact:

lisa.nigris@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Student engineers are responsible for audio/video recording/streaming of student recitals and some NEC events. Training is provided.

Position starts 9/9/2019 and is compensated at $13.00 per hour.

Qualifications:  Must be reliable, punctual, and trustworthy. Must be willing/able to learn a technical skill set, produce consistently high quality work and pay close attention to details.

How to Apply:  Please email a resume and cover letter to Lisa Nigris.

 

Teaching Assistant – Music History

No. of Jobs Available: 

13

Supervisor: 

Ashley Shea, Academic Affairs Adminstrator

Contact:

ashley.shea@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Teaching Assistants will assist their assigned faculty members with various responsibilities, such as (but not limited to): attending class, planning, preparing class materials, substitute teaching, conducting review sessions, group and/or individual tutoring, and grading.

Position starts 9/4/2019 and is compensated at an hourly rate determined by degree level.

Qualifications:  MM and DMA students are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply:  Please review the Undergraduate Music History course offerings for Fall 2019 and email Ashley at ashley.shea@necmusic.edu with a brief letter of intent and which course(s) you are available to TA. Be sure that the courses you list mesh with your schedule!

 

Teaching Assistant – Music Theory

No. of Jobs Available: 

40

Supervisor: 

Ashley Shea, Academic Affairs Administrator

Contact:

ashley.shea@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  TAs will assist their assigned faculty member with various responsibilities, such as (but not limited to); attending class, preparing class materials, subsituting, conducting review sessions, group and/or individual tutoring, grading.

Position starts 9/4/2019 and is compensated at an hourly rate determined by degree program.

Qualifications:  Successfully completed theory core, strong musicianship skills, fixed Do Solfege background preferred, ability to work well with others, attention to detail and organized, teaching experience preferred, flexible schedule preferred.

How to Apply:  Please review the undergraduate and graduate Music Theory courses for Fall 2019 and email Ashley at ashley.shea@necmusic.edu with a brief letter of intent and which course(s) you would like to TA. In your letter, please include your year, major, instrument, and why you would like to serve as a Music Theory TA.

 

 

Usher

No. of Jobs Available: 

20

Supervisor: 

Casey Brennan, Box Office and Audience Services Manager

Contact:

Casey.Brennan@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  

  • Be an ambassador of NEC to patrons, renters, and performers
  • Direct patrons to the appropriate entrance for the seat (knowing the Jordan Hall seating chart)
  • Welcome patrons and visitors and answer questions in a helpful and friendly manner
  • Quickly and safely evacuate the hall in the event of an emergency
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service skills 

Position starts immediately and is compensated at $12.00 per hour.

Qualifications:  Must have excellent interpersonal skills and a helpful, friendly demeanor.  Must be professional and reliable.It is expected that you will show up to your scheduled shift and arrive on time and ready to work. 

How to Apply:  Fill out an online application.

 

Preparatory School

NEC Prep and CE Accompanist – Prep and CE

No. of Jobs Available: 

9

Supervisor: 

Aimee Tsuchiya, NEC Prep Accompanist Coordinator and CE Piano/Collaborative Piano Department Chair

Contact:

Aimee.Tsuchiya@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  ccompanists are needed to work with Prep school students (ages 5-18)and for the School of Continuing Ed (adult learners of all levels) for instrumental workshops, lessons and competitions; voice lessons, workshops and performances; choruses, voice classes and Suzuki classes. Hours vary depending on the specific work an accompanist is hired to do. Highly experienced accompanists can expect to receive work every Saturday for Prep instrumental workshops, either mornings or afternoons or both, if desired. Classroom accompanying for Prep Suzuki and choruses are also regular weekly assignments for the year.

There will be a mandatory accompanist orientation meeting on Saturday, September 14 at noon, location TBD. Prep Suzuki classes and choruses begin on Saturday, September 14, and instrumental workshops begin on Saturday September 21. Voice lesson accompanying for Prep and SCE may begin sooner. All other Prep and SCE events will be hired for as needed.

Accompanists hired by NEC must exhibit appropriate preparedness, professionalism and attire when working and interacting with students, families, faculty and staff.

Accompanists may at times be hired for competitions, auditions, performances, etc. These may take place on or off campus, days and times TBD.

Incoming/new students cannot begin working at NEC until August 24th 2019. All students must complete payroll paperwork (W-4, I-9, etc.) in the Financial Aid Office AND submit a CORI form through the Human Resources office before beginning work for any Prep

Position starts 9/14/2019 and is compensated at Determined by Degree Program per hour.

Qualifications:  Must be a registered NEC student, either as a piano/collaborative piano major or with extensive piano training. Audition with supervisor required for new applicants. Some accompanying experience preferred. Ability to read duo music (instrumental and/or vocal) required. Must submit a CORI background check with Human Resources before being hired.

How to Apply:  sign up for an audition through our online form: https://forms.gle/3aCvf5oCGnm7VEx78. Auditions will include performing a required instrumental concerto (to be announced 1-2 days prior to scheduled audition), as well as some sight-reading with an instrumentalist and vocalist. Auditions will take place in room 118 of the main Jordan Hall building, on Tuesday, September 3, 2:00-4:00pm and Friday, September 6, 1:00-3:00pm in JH 118. Please email if neither audition day/time is possible for you: aimee.tsuchiya@necmusic.edu.

Piano Seminar Student Manager – NEC Preparatory School

No. of Jobs Available: 

1

Supervisor: 

Lisa Bauer, Assistant Director

Faculty Supervisor:

Christopher Hotchkiss, Christopher Hotchkiss

Contact:

Lisa.Bauer@necmusic.edu

Job Summary:  Assists with the preparation for the Piano Seminar classes at NEC Prep and offers further support to the teacher during the class. Help with preparation before and during the concert.

Duties and Responsibilities include, but not limited to:

• Be available on Saturdays: 12:30pm-4:45pm

• Be available for 2 Office Hours during the week

• Taking/Collecting attendance

• Keeping an updated record of the class roster and attendance

• Managing emails from students and families

• Communicating with the families about upcoming class/concert schedule

• Help with set up as needed for classes and concerts

• Be available for all Piano Seminar Concerts (three times a year; December, February and May)

• Making copies for classes

• General office assistance

 

Position starts 9/4/2019 and is compensated at 12 per hour.

Qualifications:  • Must be detail-oriented, responsible, and reliable.

• Must be able to stay calm in high-pressure situations and make timely decisions

• Ability to work independently as well as a member of a team

• Comfortable around elementary/middle/high school students and parents

• Demonstrate positive energy and initiative

• Physical ability to setup and move equipment required

• Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word) and Google Drive preferred

• Demonstrated ability to work with confidential information and diverse populations

• Must possess good written and verbal skills.

• Piano Student or knowledge of piano repertoire preferred

 

How to Apply:  Email resume and cover letter to Lisa.Bauer@Necmusic.edu

 

Performance Opportunities

Performance opportunities are paid, on-campus engagements filled on an as-needed basis by NEC supervisors.  Please note that performance opportunities do not count towards students' two on-campus job limit.  There are no performance opportunities available at this time.