Jobs at Ethos

Rural Outreach Project (ROP) Music Facilitators

Ethos is seeking community-minded musicians to join our team of Rural Outreach Project (ROP) Music Facilitators/AmeriCorps members for the 2020-21 school year. The positions are a full-time AmeriCorps positions with benefits, based in rural towns across Oregon. Primary responsibilities include teaching music during and after school four to five days a week in classroom and small group settings. Members will also assist in training and supervising volunteers to help with lessons, summer camps, and organizing community events and concerts. The Rural Outreach Project not only brings much-needed music education and exposure to underserved communities, but gives musicians and music educators the opportunity to use their talents in a unique and meaningful way, while gaining valuable practice in classroom teaching. The positions are open until filled. Click here for a detailed job description and application instructions.

Private Lesson and Group Class Instructors

Ethos is always accepting applications for part-time faculty positions to teach private and group lessons on site in North Portland and off site at outreach sites throughout Portland. If you specialize in an instrument we don’t have an opening for we still encourage you to submit an application – resumes will be kept on file for up to one year. Ethos is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply. Click here for detailed information and application instructions.

Welcome to Ethos

Founded in 1998, Ethos provides group classes, private lessons, summer camps and music outreach programs to over 7,000 youth across Oregon. Ethos has been named one of the top 50 after school arts programs by the President’s Commission for the Arts and Humanities on 8 separate occasions.

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Online Music Lessons

Our amazing instructors are still bringing music lessons to you through our online video lessons.

Contact lessons@ethos.org for scheduling. Help us resist isolation and keep the music going!

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Ethos’ programs and services reflect the cultural diversity of our community. We do not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, ethnicity, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability or veteran status.