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Piano by Jonelle is an independent music studio located in downtown Noblesville devoted to promoting a love of music to students of all ages within the local community. Our desire is to give anyone the access and ability to create music in a hands-on, fun, and collaborative learning environment.
Our goal is to nurture life-long skills via individualized and group lessons, so students can learn to think critically and independently. Recognizing the unique learning style of every individual, we are committed to tailoring a well-rounded program presented in a positive and supportive environment, in both curriculum and performance opportunities.
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We are looking for someone:
      • passionate about teaching music
      • eager to learn and improve teaching skills
      • excited to celebrate and strategically share studio accomplishments with growing social media and website audiences.

We are looking for a rockstar teacher!

Your role will include involvement with our teaching team, students, current and prospective studio parents, and our virtual community. This is a fantastic opportunity for a piano teacher or music student who is looking to get started, or improve, in a supportive environment, but doesn’t want all the “extra” administrative work.
As a teacher at Piano by Jonelle, you will have access to our extensive resources, games and materials, and all of your students’ books will be provided. We will take care of the policies, the money, recruiting students, and all that business stuff so that you can focus on becoming a great teacher.
Teachers can choose to teach from the studio, in students’ homes, or online. If travel teaching is your preference, we will work to create the most efficient schedules possible so that you spend less time on the road between your lessons and more time teaching.
Piano by Jonelle is an equal opportunity employer.  We are passionately committed to equitable hiring and boldly dedicated to diversity in our work and staff.  We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related conditions), age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, uniform service member status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.
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