Music Education Coordinator

Posting Date: May 2, 2022

Job Title: Music Education Coordinator

Position Type: Hybrid in-person/online

In-Person Requirements: Weekly meetings and events in Salt Lake County

Reports To: Mundi Project Executive and Associate Directors

Employment Status and Salary: Part-Time (15 hrs per week), W2 Employee | $12,375 annual salary

Hiring Process: Applications due by May 27 | Interview Scheduling June 1 – 15 | Start Date: July 5, 2022

To Apply: Upload cover letter and resume below

While the needs of the organization fluctuate depending on the programming cycle, as Music Education Coordinator, the employee is responsible to perform the following tasks and duties: 

Team and Organizational Responsibilities (15%)

Weekly Meetings 

 In-person Team and 1-on-1 Meetings: Attend and collaborate with the team to delineate and follow up on action items to ensure the smooth operations of our programs. Meet 1-on-1 with the Associate and Executive Directors to provide weekly updates.

Program Operations (75%)

Harmony Hub Stewardship, Program Development, and Volunteer Management

Music Education Coordinator is responsible to understand and lead the operations of Harmony Hub:

  • Manage all aspects of student enrollment (create and manage registration forms using JotForm, updating registration and attendance forms, data collection, contacting new students/families, and special projects as determined by team) 
  • Create and maintain regular connections with students, families, and partners 
  • Manage partner facility use requests
  • Brainstorm ways to grow and improve the program as well as expand community impact

Assist the team with the creation of visuals for social media/newsletter marketing with user-friendly programs such as Canva Pro and Adobe Spark. Guidance will be provided as needed (you do NOT need to be a graphic designer!).

Coordinate and support volunteer opportunities at Harmony Hub classes for Mundi Project Ambassadors. 

Community Engagement (10%)

Events & Website Engagement  

In collaboration with other team members, represent Mundi Project at assigned events. On-site duties will be determined according to the event the employee attends. Weekend and evening hours may be needed.

Assist with website maintenance to present the most current information to the public.

Become a Board Member!

2022 Mundi Project Board Member

Mundi Project is looking for a passionate individual who is inspired by music and believes in the power of music to break down barriers and build communities (whether they feel they possess musical talent or not!). 

Founding Year: 2006

Organization’s Mission: Mundi Project actively breaks down socioeconomic and generational barriers by providing quality music experiences for all. 

Organization’s Programs and Services:

  • Harmony Hub: Pay-what-you-can classes in piano, voice, and classical guitar in Spring, Summer, and Fall. The intergenerational sector of our education programming facilitates youth and seniors to make music together while fostering meaningful connections and social empathy.  
  • Piano Bank: Community members may donate or apply for a quality acoustic piano. We cover moving and first tuning costs. To date, we have placed 265 pianos!
  • Mundi Live: Present interactive and inspiring performances that introduce diverse audiences to various musical genres.

Organization’s Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement: Music has the power to break down barriers, tell stories, and bring diverse individuals together. Through music all people, regardless of nationality, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious creed, socioeconomic status, or political affiliation can tell their stories. We strive to create safe and brave spaces for our community to explore, express, and engage through music. We stand ready to listen, learn, and grow with a common desire to bring forth an equitable and inclusive society.

Description of this Board Position:

  • Attend monthly board meetings and provide insight and guidance to the Executive Director on matters including but not limited to: budgets & financials, programming and events, marketing, organizational leadership, and staffing.
  • Act as a representative for the Mundi Project in the community.
  • Support Mundi Project programs and services by attending other events and meetings as needed (these may include fundraising galas, Mundi programs, meeting with state and local civic leaders etc.). 

Benefits of Serving with Mundi Project:

  • Did you benefit as a child (or an adult!) by having access to music programs or education? Our board members witness firsthand how our programs provide those same benefits to the underserved populations in our community. 
  • Due to the array of Mundi offerings, our board members tend to become champions of one program or another — what program will you be passionate about? 
  • The perfect chance for someone who is passionate about music but perhaps not working in music as an occupation. By joining the board, you can connect with the largest music & arts community along the Wasatch Front — your love of music doesn’t have to end with high school band or choir!
  • Connect and build relationships with other board members and the greater Mundi community
  • Board membership gives you a chance to give back to your community. 

Meeting Frequency: Monthly (no meetings in July & November) 

Meeting Times: Last Wednesday of the month from 9-11am. The December meeting is first Wednesday from 8-11am.

Meeting Location: Virtual via Zoom

Overall Time Commitment: 2-5 hours a month to review meeting materials, participate in meeting discussions, and follow up on action items.

Current Number of Board Members: 7

The Mundi Project is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and to a program of affirmative action in order to fulfill that policy. The Mundi Project will accordingly recruit and hire into all positions the most qualified persons in light of job-related requirements, and applicants and employees shall be treated in employment matters without regard to unlawful criteria including race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, positive HIV-related blood test results, status as a disabled or Vietnam Era Veteran, or gender identity or expression, as these terms are defined under applicable law, or any other factor or characteristic protected by law. In addition, the Mundi Project recognizes that discriminatory harassment and sexual harassment are forms of unlawful discrimination, and it is, therefore, the policy of the Mundi Project that discriminatory harassment and sexual harassment will not be tolerated. The Mundi Project also prohibits unlawful harassment on the basis of other characteristics protected by law.

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