Careers at NMSA

New Mexico School for the Arts provides access to a rigorous mastery arts and academic high school for youth with passion and aptitude in the arts, leading to post-secondary learning, careers in the arts, and lives that contribute to society.

A statewide, non-tuition, public high school, NMSA serves over 200 students in grades 9-12 from all across New Mexico.

Staff Accompanist – Music

New Mexico School for the Arts Music Department is seeking a part-time Staff Accompanist. Under the guidance and direction of the Music Department Chair & Division Coordinators, the Staff Accompanist assists in accompanying instrumentalists and vocalists during regular 2:05-4:45pm Arts instruction, as well as performing on relevant concerts & events, as needed.

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Please send completed employment application, cover letter and resume to our Human Resources department, hr@nmsa-ai.org.

 

Vocal Coach – Music

New Mexico School for the Arts Music Department is seeking a part-time Vocal Coach. Under the guidance and direction of the Music Department Chair & Division Coordinators, the Vocal Coach instructs, guides, and rehearses 9-12 grade vocalists during daily 2:05-4:45pm Arts instruction, as well as performing on relevant concerts & events, as needed.

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Please send completed employment application, cover letter and resume to our Human Resources department, hr@nmsa-ai.org.

 

Marketing Assistant (Art Institute)

NMSA – Art Institute, the school’s nonprofit partner, is seeking a full-time. Under the guidance and direction of the Director of Marketing, the Marketing Assistant will assist in all marketing and public relations initiatives.

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Please send completed employment application, cover letter and resume to our Human Resources department, hr@nmsa-ai.org

 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

If you are interested in being placed on NMSA’s substitute list, please follow the application process and submit the required State of New Mexico Public Education Department (“PED”) credentials.

Credentials to perform services as a substitute teacher require holding a license authorizing you to perform the duties of a substitute teacher. This can be in the form of a State Teaching License or a Substitute Teacher Certificate issued by the New Mexico PED. A fingerprint-based background check is also required. Resumes received without all of the proper documentation will not be considered.

 

NMSA seeks passionate educators who are eager to: teach within and instill in students the growth mindset; provide far-reaching advocacy for students; participate in data-driven instructional practices; and collaborate with faculty, administration, and staff to support a path to success for all students, regardless of educational background.