Work for Pianos for People!

Join our team! Pianos for People is look for passionate and dedicated people to help further our mission of inspiring successful futures by providing free access to the transformational power of the piano. Please browse our job postings below.

Operations Coordinator

Part-time, hourly
20-30 hours/week
Hours vary seasonally
Starting salary: $25/hour
Reports to: Executive Director

The Operations Coordinator will support our Cherokee piano school and the organization as a whole. This role will work supporting the Executive Director in daily duties related to administration, fundraising, events, management of our Cherokee facilities, and public-facing communications as well as the Piano School Director in providing on-site support communicating with students, teachers, and families.

This role has the potential to grow with the growth of the piano school and the general growth of the organization.

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Piano Teacher

Part-time, hourly
Weekly hours vary depending on need
Hours vary seasonally
Starting salary: $25/hour
Reports to: Piano School Director

Pianos for People continually is looking for skilled and passionate teachers to join our ever-growing piano school team. Depending on the semester, we may have need for instructors to teach both private lessons and group classes for both children and adults. We currently run our piano school out of our flagship South St. Louis location, First Baptist Church of Ferguson, The Hub in the Jeff-Vander-Lou neighborhood, and various schools through Access Academies. Teachers may work at one or multiple locations at a time. Scheduling is generally set a semester at a time and most activities take place during the late afternoon/evening and weekend hours.

To inquire about becoming a piano teacher for Pianos for People, please send a resume or CV to Kayia Baker, Piano School Director at [email protected].

Pianos for People is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment and in the conduct and operation of its educational programs and activities. Thus, it is the policy and practice of Pianos for People to recruit, hire, train, promote and in all ways provide equal treatment, access and opportunities to all employees, teachers, students, Program Participants, and applicants.