Current positions available
Full/ Part Time Sales Associates
Music Showcase is looking for an experienced sales associate who can provide experienced knowledge to our customers. Applicant must have knowledge of music and musical background preferably in keyboards, percussion and guitars.
Music Showcase is looking for an experienced string specialist to work on orchestral band instruments and guitars.
Please direct questions and printed applications to Joe Bencomo.
Who else are we looking for?
Sales Associates - interact with customers and sell musical products, must have knowledge of music and musical background
Repair Shop Technicians - must be able to repair woodwind, brass, and string instruments, certification preferable
ELITE Center Representatives - interact with customers, collect lesson payments and keep track of lessons taken by students, sign-up new students, interact with teachers...
Road Representatives - visit schools and meet with band directors, sell them supplies and pick-up and drop-off supplies and repairs
Part-Time Associates - assist with office duties and programs and store sales
Instructors - degree preferred, but extensive knowledge of music, theory, and a particular instrument to offer instruction to beginning to advanced students required, these positions may be FT or PT, depending on facility availability and school need
We are always looking for new instructors, particularly for:
Attention candidates for teaching positions: Experience and education requirements are flexible; however, college-level degrees in Music Performance or Music Education are a plus. These position may be FT or PT, depending on facility availability and school need. Please contact Wendi or Heather for more detailed information at 813-685-5998.
If you are interested in joining the Music Showcase team, apply online using the links below. You may copy and paste your resume directly into the application form or it to us. For information about current openings, call 813-685-5998.
For Volunteer Opportunities:
Music Showcase Ambassadors