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Job title
Theatre/Acting Position for the 2015-16 Academic Year

Location
St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, OH

Job description
The successful candidate will have a commitment to Catholic education and willingness to work with a talented and motivated student population and faculty colleagues. The successful St. Xavier teacher is dedicated to developing the whole person in academics, religious growth, and commitment to others. The candidate will be responsible for teaching sections of Beginning Acting for freshmen and Acting 2 for sophomores.

Qualifications
1. Minimum of a BA or BFA degree in Acting or Technical Theatre related field.
2. Ohio Teaching Certificate or its equivalent (non-certified applicants must become certified within five years).
3. Teaching experience at the secondary level.
4. Personal/professional experience in straight plays and/or musicals.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Target start date around Aug 10

About hiring institution
St. Xavier High School, founded in 1831 and the oldest high school in Cincinnati, Ohio, is an all-male Catholic college preparatory school sponsored by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). With an enrollment of 1600 young men from 3 states and 90 grade schools, St. X takes pride in having educated more than 18,000 living alumni in the Jesuit tradition for more than 181 years.

How to apply
Fill out an application.

Contact name: Cindy Vogt, Director of Human Resources

Contact email: cvogt@stxavier.org

Closing date for applications: 03/30/2015



Job title
Drama/Englsh Teacher and Drama Director

Location:
Laguna Beach High School, Laguna Beach, CA


Job description
The Laguna Beach Unified School District seeks an experience Drama Teacher and Director for its unique and renowned program at Laguna Beach High School. Experience with advanced drama productions is highly desired.
Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Drama, English or related field (Master’s Degree is desirable);
• Valid California Single Subject Teaching Credential in English;
• Experience with drama instruction and theater production with high school students.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
This position works 187 days per year. The starting salary range is $52,329 to $61,810 per year, depending upon experience, plus $3,828 for a Master’s Degree and $2,500 for a Doctorate Degree. This position is also eligible for additional drama production stipends. A fringe benefit package includes choice of medical insurance plans, plus dental, vision, and life insurance coverage at a cost of $60 per month (on a ten month basis) for employee only, $120 for employee plus spouse, and $180 for employee plus family. This position earns 10 days of sick leave per year.

About hiring institution
The Laguna Beach Unified School District is located in a suburban community in Orange County, 50 miles south of Los Angeles. The District is comprised of two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. LBUSD serves 3,000 students in grades K-12. The community is well-known for its support of the performing and visual arts.

How to apply
Qualified interested persons should submit an application on Edjoin.org (www.edjoin.org/Home/JobPosting/658533) and attach a letter of interest, three (3) letters of recommendation, and resume by April 6, 2015. The letter of interest should include the applicant’s reasons for interest in the position. A limited number of best-qualified candidates will be invited to appear before interview panels that will appraise general and technical qualifications through oral examination.

Contact name: Leisa Winston

Contact email: lwinston@lbusd.org

Closing date for applications: 04/06/2015


Job title
Executive Director

Location
Seattle, Washington

Job description

ArtsEd Washington seeks an energetic, self-motivated change agent to serve as its next Executive Director. We’ve had many successes over the last ten years and are poised to create an even deeper statewide impact on arts education in Washington. This position offers opportunities to define and contribute meaningfully to a forward-looking agenda that advances arts education in our schools. The executive will build and maintain strong, collaborative partnerships with funders, organizations, and other groups to strengthen advocacy and outreach initiatives. Our next leader will effectively communicate priorities through a wide variety of means, including public speaking. They will be comfortable interacting with and engaging diverse audiences and constituents. Reporting to the board of directors, the executive is responsible for leading and managing all aspects of ArtsEd Washington programs, fundraising and business operations! . The executive’s work is also multi-faceted and hands-on – from relationship building at the highest levels one day to budgeting the next.

Please visit the ArtsEd Washington Website (artsedwashington.org) for a comprehensive Position Profile (artsedwashington.org/hiring-ED), application instructions and additional information about the organization.

Qualifications
Our Ideal Candidate
First and foremost is a dynamic and charismatic leader who can see and articulate a vision in a way that inspires others and drives action.

• A strategic thinker with the ability to be flexible and adaptable to emerging situations.
• Brings a deep joy and love of young people and all people, a passion for arts education, and working in communities.
• A relationship builder who invites connection with others – with the staff and board, community leaders, advocates, collaborators and partners. Accomplishes this with confidence and attention to trust building, alignment, inclusion, and access.
• Knows how to effectively bring people together and manage partnerships for collective impact.
• An exceptional communicator with great people skills, who is comfortable speaking to educators and legislators.
• Politically savvy and able to handle a variety of different situations with thoughtfulness, diplomacy, and resilience.
• Comfortable navigating and managing change and the ambiguity that comes with it.
• Actively participates in fundraising including growing individual support, and developing and maintaining key funder relationships.
• Has experience in effectively leading teams and enjoys managing people.
• Committed to getting results and managing resources effectively.

Additional Qualifications and Characteristics
• A history of success in taking organizations to the next level of growth and impact.
• Deep understanding of and experience in: arts education, the public school system and state-level education policy.
• Proven success in public policy or issue advocacy; experience with advocacy campaigns.
• Five plus years of leadership experience, preferably as an executive in a nonprofit setting.
• Ability to lead and manage staff, along with successful experience working with a board of directors.
• Superior communication skills, with the ability to present to groups and the media, proactively lead conversations and manage next steps.
• Strong organizational skills and a proven track record of managing and executing multiple projects simultaneously.
• Strong financial skills; a track record of managing on time and on budget.
• At least a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and preferably a Master’s Degree.

Compensation
• Salary commensurate with experience
• Stipend for Medical/Dental coverage
• Paid vacation/sick/holiday time
• Parking provided at Seattle Center

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Salary commensurate with experience, Full time. More information please see Position Profile.

About hiring institution

ArtsEd Washington creates enduring system-wide change to ensure that the arts play an integral role in the education of every student in every school. Through policy, public participation, and programs for schools, ArtsEd Washington is a relentless advocate for arts learning in schools with the belief that learning the arts keeps students engaged in school, improves their academic success, and ignites the creativity that develops them into leaders in work and in life.

How to apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to the Executive Search Committee at AE@roamconsultingllc.com. Questions may be directed to Amanda Madorno, ArtsEd Washington’s executive transition consultant, at amanda@roamconsultingllc.com or 425.488.7747. Applicants will receive an acknowledgement of the receipt of their materials within two business days.

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and priority consideration will be given to applications received by March 30th.

Contact name: Amanda Madorno

Contact email: amanda@roamconsultingllc.com

Closing date for applications: 04/15/2015

 



Job title

MUSICAL THEATRE/ACTING/CREATIVE DRAMA INSTRUCTORS REQUIRED

Location
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Job description
We wish to appoint professionally qualified teachers with Musical Theatre, Acting or Creative Drama teaching experience to work with children ranging in age from 3 to 18.
You may specialize in one form or be able to teach all three.
An instructor with specific interest in early years would be desirable.
Experience with independent after school/drama school providers would be advantageous

You will have experience in developing drama programs, working with other teachers and putting on productions.

All instructors will be expected to teach camps during parts of school holidays.
You should have great references and be reliable, enthusiastic and passionate about inspiring young people through Drama.

Trinity Guildhall examination experience would be an asset.

Musical Theatre candidates should have choreography experience and the ability to play the piano would be beneficial but not essential.

You must be able to drive

Qualifications
There are no formal qualifications required. However, all relevant qualifications and experience will be taken into account.

Candidates will need a valid driving license.
Pay, benefits, and work schedule: Full time teaching position.
We offer a Salary package with allowances for accommodation and travel
30 days vacation a year normally split over 2 periods
5 day week - 8 hour shift pattern

About hiring institution
Theatre Works! is currently in our 13th year of providing unique and quality Drama and Musical Theatre classes after school. We offer a programme of weekly classes during school term times and Drama camps during school holidays. Theatre Works! is looking to expand into working with schools in a variety of ways and has recently introduced the Trinity Guildhall examinations.

How to apply
For full job descriptions and package information, please email careers@kidstheatreworks.com

Contact name: Ms Keda Zeat Kane

Contact email: careers@kidstheatreworks.com

Closing date for applications: 03/26/2015


Job title
Deputy Executive Director Education and Content

Location
Cincinnati - OH

Job description
The Educational Theatre Association (EdTA) seeks a highly-skilled executive level leader to direct the newly formed Education & Content team.

This is an executive level position reporting directly to the Executive Director. The candidate must possess a demonstrated track record of forming a strong vision and leading multifunctional teams to operationalize the vision. The role demands an effective manager of people who understands how to motivate individuals and teams to achieve goals through collaboration, as well as a thought leader who envisions new initiatives that will expand the benefits of EdTA membership and clarify the value of theatre education.

The individual must demonstrate his/her ability to be a systems thinker—integrating multiple departments to create a dynamic, synchronous operation that will result in increased member engagement, strategic marketing and communications, and national and international brand recognition.

The following existing EdTA business lines will be included in this newly developed team:
• Publishing, Print & Digital
• Marketing & Communications
• Professional Development
• Educational Events & Conferences
• Educational Policy & Advocacy

Qualifications
Essential Skills and Responsibilities
• Leverage and integrate content development to maximize value across all channels—face-to-face events, print publications, website, and online learning.
• Grow and optimize professional development offerings to meet the evolving needs of members and the theatre education field, including the drive to certification, online education, and adopting standards in education.
• Drive EdTA’s expertise and professional reputation, enhancing the performance and positioning of the EdTA brand across markets and external public and private constituencies.
• Provide strategic direction and implementation oversight to brand advancement activities including logo/mark, marketing collateral, and publications.
• Provide strategic direction to conferences and educational events with the goal of maximizing participation and satisfaction and improving efficiency of operations.
• Provide leadership and vision to develop and deploy the direction of the digital content in conjunction with EdTA’s Director of Technology and Director of Publications.
• Drive organizational alignment across independent business lines and improve workflow and collaboration.
• Ensure mission-focused, cost-effective day-to-day operations through staff supervision, fiscal management, planning and execution.

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s degree preferred
• Minimum of 8-10 years senior management experience
• 5+ years’ experience in one or more of the functional areas of marketing & communications, program design and implementation, digital and print publications, and event management
• Work from the Cincinnati, OH national office
• Track record of digital expertise and success
• Experience in managing complex organizations
• Exceptional oral and written communications skills
• Ability to establish effective working relationships with internal and external constituencies
• Possess business acumen and financial savvy
• Strong analytical skills utilized to drive continuous quality improvement in operations and workflow management
• Previous related national association experience is helpful
• Experience with mission-oriented work and passion for the arts is preferred

Pay, benefits, and work schedule

Full time salaried position with pay commensurate with experience.
About hiring institution: The Educational Theatre Association is a national nonprofit organization based in Cincinnati, OH with approximately 100,000 student and professional members. EdTA’s mission is shaping lives through theatre education by: honoring student achievement in theatre and enriching their theatre education experience; supporting teachers by providing professional development, networking opportunities, resources, and recognition; and influencing public opinion that theatre education is essential and builds life skills. EdTA operates the International Thespian Society (ITS), an honorary organization that has inducted more than two million theatre students since its founding in 1929. EdTA also publishes Dramatics, a monthly magazine for high school theatre students, and Teaching Theatre, a quarterly journal for theatre education professionals.

How to apply: Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/requirements by April 1, 2015 via email to:
Hrmanager@schooltheatre.org

No phone calls please.

Contact name: HR Manager

Contact email: hrmanager@schooltheatre.org

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015

Job title
School Assistant - Groundlings Theatre & School

Location
Los Angeles, CA

Job description
SCHOOL ASSISTANT - Part-time:The School Assistant is part of the admin team for The Groundlings School. They field phone calls & emails from students, register and/or drop students from classes, assist with school marketing & communication, and help maintain all other daily school operations.

Qualifications
Qualified candidates will have experience in performing arts education, strong customer service and computer skills (including fielding high volumes of phone calls and emails) and an exceptional work ethic. Knowledge of Tessitura a plus. Must have some weekday, weekend and evening hours available.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is hourly, rate determined by experience. Schedule is part-time and will include weekday, weekend, and evening shifts that may change from week to week.

About hiring institution

The Groundlings is an improvisation and sketch comedy theatre that has been entertaining LA audiences for over 36 years. We’re a non-profit organization founded by Gary Austin in 1974. A “Groundling” is one of the 30 company members who write and perform in the theatre’s shows and teach classes at the Groundling’s School. Our school has been the foremost comedy training ground in Hollywood and the springboard for countless careers.

How to apply
Submit a cover letter & resume to School Manager, Sarah Langan at sarah@groundlings.com

Contact name: Sarah Langan

Contact email: sarah@groundlings.com

Closing date for applications: 03/06/2015


Job title
Technical Theatre Fellowship

Location

Cambridge School of Weston - Weston, MA

Job description
The Cambridge School of Weston anticipates an opening for the 2015-2016 school year for a part-time Fellowship in Technical Theatre. The School seeks to appoint a Fellow in support of production and technology, with an emphasis on sound, within the Performing Arts Departments (Theatre, Dance, and Music Programs), as well as other areas of school life. The position requires general knowledge in technical theatre (lighting, stagecraft, and stage management) with a specific expertise in sound. Additional knowledge and/or interest in current and emerging technology would be very helpful. The successful candidate will have an undergraduate/graduate degree or focus in technical theatre or will be a working professional with an interest in education.

Potential responsibilities include classroom teaching, production support and design, support for additional performing arts events, A/V setup and maintenance, and training students in the use of equipment. There is some flexibility in the fellowship to allow for specific interests, such as production management, multi-media design, etc.

Successful candidates will have strong interpersonal skills; value progressive, student-centered education; and demonstrate an ability to make strong connections with students. They will be passionate about teaching creative students with a variety of learning styles and they will be excited to develop new progressive curricula and revise existing curricula. The successful candidate will be mentored by colleagues in the Theatre Department as well as have the opportunity to participate in aspects of the PEL (Progressive Education Lab) program, designed to give young people who wish to become teachers an understanding of the fundamentals of progressive theory.

The paid fellowship includes health benefits.

Qualifications
Skills and Qualifications: • Bachelor of Arts in Technical Theatre/Theatre or equivalent required, or relevant professional experience • Demonstrated experience and training in sound and sound design • Passion for collaboration across and within departments • Ability to make strong connections with students

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Salary negotiable. Full benefits. .50-.75 time.

About hiring institution

The Cambridge School of Weston, founded in 1886, provides a progressive education that emphasizes deep learning, meaningful relationships and a dynamic program that inspires students to discover who they are and what their contribution is to their school, their community and the world. Located 12 miles from Boston, we are a day and boarding high school community of approximately 340 students. Our module system forms the basis of the educational program, allowing us to offer more than 300 classes. All classes meet for 75-to-90 minutes each day, taught over five-week modules. Our pedagogy advocates active, experiential learning within a curriculum designed to accommodate the interests and experiences of individual students. We welcome the perspectives of different ethnicities, races, classes, religions and sexual orientations that enhance our mutual understanding. The Cambridge School of Weston does not discriminate on the basi! s of race, color, religious creed, retaliation, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity/expression, disability, mental illness, genetics, choice of health insurance, marital status, age, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited under applicable law. We are an equal opportunity employer and we encourage candidates who will increase our diversity to apply.

How to apply
To Apply For This Position: Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, contact information for three to five references (including one from a current supervisor), and personal statement focusing on their interest in technical theatre within a high school progressive education setting. Please submit files in pdf format to Theatresearch@csw.org.

Contact name: Barbara Whitney

Contact email: bwhitney@csw.org

Closing date for applications: 02/25/2015


Job title
Technology Support Coordinator

Location

Cincinnati - OH

Job description
EdTA seeks a Technology Support Coordinator to assist the Technology department’s maintenance and management of its computer, network, and online infrastructure. The coordinator will also participate in the research, planning and execution of new technology initiatives at EdTA. This is a full time position with benefits.

- Oversee the daily performance of computer systems.
- Answer user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware operation to resolve problems.
- Enter commands and observe system functioning to verify correct operations and detect errors.
- Set up equipment for employee use, performing or ensuring proper installation of cables, operating systems, or appropriate software.
- Install and perform minor repairs to hardware, software, or peripheral equipment, following design or installation specifications.
- Maintain records of daily data communication transactions, problems and remedial actions taken, or installation activities.
- Read technical manuals, confer with users, or conduct computer diagnostics to investigate and resolve problems or to provide technical assistance and support.
- Develop training materials and procedures, or train users in the proper use of hardware or software.
- Confer with staff, users, and management to establish requirements for new systems or modifications.
- Provides internal technical support for the organization’s websites to ensure smooth operation.
- Work in collaboration with the publications department to add new web functionalities using the Higher Logic CMS.

Qualifications
EDUCATION REQUIRED: Technology-based Associates degree and/or equivalent experience.

- Strong organization, multi-tasking, and time management skills.
- Ability to communicate clearly with internal clients, peers, and supervisors in order to assess needs and provide solutions.
- Familiarity with industry-standard business computer and printer hardware, and network connectivity.
- Ability to install and troubleshoot software including Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, and the Adobe Creative Cloud suite.
- Familiarity with database management and development.
- A basic understanding of web content management systems (CMS) and an interest in web development are a plus.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
STATUS: Non-exempt, regular hourly

STARTING WAGE: Commensurate with experience

M-F 8:30am-5:00pm

About hiring institution

The Educational Theatre Association (EdTA) is a professional organization for theatre education with over 100,000 members nationwide. EdTA’s mission is shaping lives through theatre education by: Honoring student achievement in theatre and enriching their theatre education experience; Supporting teachers by providing professional development, networking opportunities, resources, and recognition; and Influencing public opinion that theatre education is essential and builds life skills. EdTA operates the International Thespian Society (ITS), an honorary organization that has inducted over 2 million theatre students since its founding in 1929.

How to apply
Please submit cover letter, résumé and salary history/requirements by email to:

HRManager@schooltheatre.org

No phone calls, please.

Contact name: HR Manager

Contact email: HRManager@schooltheatre.org

Closing date for applications: 03/02/2015


Job title
Middle & Upper School Theatre Technical Instructor (Grades 7-12)

Location

Denver, CO

Job description
Full time position
Grades 7-12
Teaching, Designing and Facility Management
Begins August 24, 2015

Qualifications
Experience teaching technical theatre
Experience in scenic and lighting design
Experience in theatre management
Experience in set construction
Experience in CAD design
Degree in technical theatre
Must present scenic and lighting design examples

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
CA offers an excellent compensation package, wide-ranging opportunities for professional development, and an environment notable for its dedicated teaching professionals and supportive administrators.

Work schedule is Monday through Friday with some evening and weekend hours.

About hiring institution

Colorado Academy is a coed, independent, Pre-K -12, country day school located on 95 acres in SW Denver. Founded in 1906, we offer a college prep, liberal arts and sciences curriculum for our 944 students. The school emphasizes 21st century skills. Visit www.coloradoacademy.org to learn more.

How to apply
Please send a letter of application and resume to:

Angel Vigil
Fine & Performing Arts Department Chair
Colorado Academy
3800 S. Pierce Street
Denver, CO 80235
Email: barb.eckler@coloradoacademy.org

Colorado Academy does not discriminate in any of its programs, procedures or practices on the basis of age, color, disability, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, military service, or other protected status.

Contact name: Angel Vigil

Contact email: barb.eckler@coloradoacademy.org

Closing date for applications: 03/31/2015


Job title
Theater Counselor

Location

Fayette, Maine

Job description
Work with 8-15 year old boys at overnight summer camp in Maine. Teach 4-5 periods of theater and direct 6 short plays throughout summer.

Qualifications
Experience in children's theater preferred but not mandatory. 2 years of college preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is dependent on experience. Included in contract are travel to Maine and back, affordable summer insurance and room & board.

About hiring institution

Camp Winnebago is a sleep away boy's camp located near Fayette, Maine. For nearly a century, Winnebago has offered boys, ages 8-15, a safe, positive and creative environment where, in the spirit of fun, they develop both physically and socially through participation in a broad range of land & water sports, wilderness adventure, and individual activities. With over a 90% return rate, we know that our campers thrive. If camp were just about fun that would be easy. Rather, we have fun and challenge boys who value their achievements. The result? We help nurture confident young men who make positive differences in the world simply by who they are. Winnebago is not for the boy “who can” but for the boy “who will.” – Uncle Howie Lilienthal - See more at: www.campwinnebago.com

How to apply
Fill out online application : winnebago.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App

Contact name: E.J. Kerwin

Contact email: ejkerwin@campwinnebago.com

Closing date for applications: 05/15/2015


Job title
High School Theatre Teacher/Director

Location

Gull Lake High School, Richland, Michigan

Job description
Full time teacher of Theatre Arts and Oral Tradition (storytelling), plus theatre production (extra-pay) responsibilities.

Qualifications
Minimum BA in Theatre Arts, teaching certification required, theatre production experience required, experience and training in storytelling and/or MA in educational theatre desirable.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Commensurate with education and experience, plus extra-pay production opportunities. Excellent medical benefit options included. Late August to mid-June school calendar. Position begins August of 2015.

About hiring institution

Gull Lake High School is a 1,100 student, grades 9-12, rural/suburban high school in Richland, Michigan. Profile on website: gulllakecs.org

How to apply
Applications open in mid-February, hiring will occur mid-March. Visit gulllakecs.org website, "employment opportunities" in February for job posting and application process. Questions, contact Robin Nott, 269-488-5020 ext 1698 or rnott@gulllakecs.org.

Contact name: Robin Nott

Contact email: rnott@gulllakecs.org

Closing date for applications: 03/06/2015


Job title
Drama Teacher

Location

Dallas, TX

Job description
The Hockaday School seeks a full time theater teacher. The successful candidate is energetic, innovative, and collaborative in nature, with a demonstrated student-centered approach to directing and teaching at the high school level. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Develop curriculum and evaluation methodology
- Oversee productions and performances
- Develop and supervise community outreach programs and special projects, art partnerships and guest artist development
- Collaborate with Technical Director for all productions and classes, as well as management of the auditorium usage schedule and events
- Serve as a student advisor; and purse opportunities for professional development
Please visit our website for full job description, www.hockaday.org/employment.

Qualifications
- Five years of teaching experience with adolescents/young adults
- Master's Degree in Theater Education, Theater or related Field preferred
- A strong commitment to working with educators and young people
- Ability to facilitate group decision-making
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is highly competitive. Benefits include health care & many other. Faculty work August-June.

About hiring institution

The Hockaday School is an independent, college preparatory day and boarding school for girls of strong potential and diverse background who may be expected to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in a rapidly changing world. With an enrollment of more than 1,000 students, The Hockaday School is the nation's largest pre-kindergarten through grade 12 independent girls' school. Ranked among the country's finest college preparatory schools, it was founded over a century ago and continues today to build on its original four cornerstones: Scholarship, Character, Courtesy, and Athletics.

How to apply
Qualified applicants should complete an online application including letter of interest, resume, and statement of teaching philosophy at www.hockaday.org/employment.

Contact name: Christi Finegan

Contact email: recruitment@hockaday.org

Closing date for applications: 02/27/2015


Job title
Drama Teacher

Location

Nanjing or Beijing, China

Job description
ENREACH is seeking full-time drama teachers to be based in high schools in partnership with Dipont Education Management Group and the ENREACH centers in different cities around China.
Responsibilities:
• Teaching the drama courses provided by ENREACH at designated client schools and Enreach centers
• Assisting in planning and organizing festivals
• Organizing drama clubs and conducting individual and group practices during and after the academic day as well as on occasional evenings and weekends
• Willingness to travel to other cities to teach promotional workshops and classes or substitute for an absent drama teacher
• Willingness to chaperone students for summer and winter camps overseas
• Supervising and judging at local and national festivals
• Helping with the implementation and revision of the course materials and curriculum
• General flexibility with regards to schedule changes, program changes, etc.
• Communicating regularly with the Enreach center director and the drama program developer (teacher leader) regarding lesson plans, class progression, and suggestions for improvement
• Managing one’s own work hours so that he/she is devoting a full 40-hours per week
• Working in ENREACH’s best interest to help grow the program in a positive and profitable way

Qualifications
• Bachelors or Masters in Theatre or Theatre Education
• Minimum two years full-time drama teaching experience at a public, international or accredited primary, middle or high school
• Experience teaching ESL students and experience developing drama curriculum preferred
• The ability to speak Mandarin is not necessary, but an interest in learning the language & culture is desired.
• Flexible and upbeat personality that is willing to learn and adapt to a different work culture
• An interest in growing with a developing program, which requires patience, adaptability, and strong communication skills
• No older than 60 years old

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
The teacher may be asked to teach in the evenings and on weekends. The teaching hours will be no more than 26 periods per week, amounting to no more than 40 working hours.
• ENREACH provides a competitive compensation package. Salary commensurate with experience, beginning in the 40K range.
• In addition to salary, ENREACH provides a generous housing allowance, overage baggage stipend not to exceed 3,000rmb (roughly $500 USD) and one round-trip flight ticket to home country per year.
• ENREACH provides all teachers with an international medical insurance plan.

About hiring institution

ENREACH offers a range of additional programs for Chinese students to access after school, at weekends, or during school vacations. Gifted and talented enrichment programmes combine advanced courses with cultural, social and recreational opportunities and provide students with academic and creative challenges designed to fit their abilities and interests.

How to apply
Send resume and cover letter to Elise.Lammers@enreachedu.com

Contact name: Elise Lammers

Contact email: elise.lammers@enreachedu.com

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015


Job title
Assistant Professor of Theatre

Location

Bismarck State College - Bismarck, North Dakota

Job description
SUMMARY OF POSITION: Bismarck State College is located in the capital city of North Dakota, a vibrant, rapidly growing, and financially stable region of the country. BSC is seeking an Assistant Professor of Theatre for an active, highly successful, undergraduate theatre program. The BSC Theatre program is a recognized and active participant in KC-ACTF. The successful applicant will direct and produce the main stage season in conjunction with the theater’s technical director. Responsibilities include teaching Acting I, Acting II, Intro to Drama, Voice and Diction, Oral Interpretation, one-act play production, overseeing Theatre Practicum, and other classes according to the applicant’s expertise. The successful applicant will consult on the proposed performing arts complex on the BSC campus. Other duties include: student advising, record keeping, submitting grades by the established deadline, committee work, and other duti! es as assigned by the Department Chair and/or the Dean of Academic Affairs.

COMPENSATION: Nine month full-time tenure track position. Competitive salary based on experience and education. Comprehensive fringe benefit package including TIAA-CREF retirement plan and full coverage for family health insurance. Click here for full employee benefits.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 16, 2015 or until filled. Applications must include the following: BSC faculty application, cover letter, statement of teaching philosophy, resume, three letters of reference, and tran¬scripts (undergraduate and graduate). (NOTE: Incomplete applications will not be considered. Veterans preference does not apply to this position).

STARTING DATE: August 17, 2015.

For more information or assistance contact: Human Resources (701) 224-5531. This position requires a criminal history record check.
Equal Opportunity Employer
bismarckstate.edu/employment/

Qualifications
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master's degree in Theatre Arts or a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts with at least four years of professional experience.
• Knowledge and experience in actor training.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to articulate and support the community college philosophy with a strong commitment to teaching and
learning in a community college setting.
• Good computer software skills - Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, etc.), electronic E-mail and Calendar, and strong Internet familiarity.
• Ability to work as a team member.
• Ability to work cooperatively with diverse groups.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• MFA in Theatre.
• Higher education teaching experience.
• Experience with non-traditional teaching methods, such as facilitating group work, use of inquiry-based and other active learning pedagogies, and/or contextualized instruction.
• Experience with a variety of teaching resources, media and technologies, including computer-aided instruction
and/or online instruction technologies.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Nine month full-time tenure track position. Competitive salary based on experience and education. Comprehensive fringe benefit package including TIAA-CREF retirement plan and full coverage for family health insurance. Click here for full employee benefits.

About hiring institution

Bismarck State College is the state’s largest community college and the 3rd largest college in the North Dakota University System. We are located on a beautiful hilltop campus overlooking the Missouri River. BSC is a comprehensive community college providing student-centered learning. BSC offers high quality education, workforce training, and enrichment programs reaching local and global communities.

Bismarck State College offers the first and second year of studies toward a bachelor’s degree and more than 35 technical programs, as well as a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Energy Management. BSC is a leader in distance education, providing several programs completely online, including five energy education programs.

Bismarck State College offers competitive salaries, full coverage for family health insurance, excellent retirement plan, flexibility, tuition waiver for employees, and scholarships for family members.

For assistance/accommodation during the application process contact Aimee at 701-224-5531, email: bsc.humanresources@bismarckstate.edu, or 800-366-6888 (TTY Relay ND).
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How to apply
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 16, 2015 or until filled. Applications must include the following: BSC faculty application, cover letter, statement of teaching philosophy, resume, three letters of reference, and tran¬scripts (undergraduate and graduate). (NOTE: Incomplete applications will not be considered. Veterans preference does not apply to this position). Please view the job opening announcement for further details: bismarckstate.edu/employment/

Contact name: Aimee

Contact email: bsc.humanresources.@bismarckstate.edu

Closing date for applications: 02/16/2015

Job title
Stage Manager

Location

Huntington NY

Job description
Oversee and supervise student stage crew club, provide all technical and AV assistance for school concerts and outside productions that utilize the high school auditorium. Work with Drama Director for play and musical, building sets at overseeing all technical aspect of productions

Qualifications
Working with and motivating students; experience in concert production and previous stage management; ability to work cohesively with other staff members and demonstrating professionalism and courtesy with community, staff, and students.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
annual stipend per teacher contract plus hourly rate of $33

About hiring institution

Huntington High School presents professional concerts from local dance, choral and theatrical companies as well as community events and student concerts and productions.

How to apply
Email resume, cover letter, and experience to the director of fine and performing arts (contact information below)

Contact name: Sarah Gill

Contact email: sgill@hufsd.edu

Closing date for applications: 05/01/2015

Job title
Director - Summer Theater Workshop

Location

Glen Head NY

Job description
The Director will work 16 hours or more per week in close collaboration with the Producer, Technical Director, Vocal Music Director and Instrumental Music Director, teaching artists and college interns and be responsible for the overall practical and creative interpretation of the dramatic works staged by the North Shore Summer Theater Workshop, taking into account budgetary and other resource limitations. The Director will supervise and mentor one or more college interns, who will act at Assistant Director(s) and/or Acting Coach & Dramaturg , and appoint from among student participants, at least one student director for each work staged. The position requires a strong background in theater education and experience teaching in grades 7-12. Knowledge of curriculum development in the theater is preferred. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required for daily interactions with students and other professional st! aff for the purpose of coordinating artistic vision effectively across a wide range of disciplines.

Responsibilities
• Oversee day-to-day operations of the program and staff
• Create and maintain the annual budget
• Recruit dynamic professional staff, teaching artists and interns
• Manage, schedule, and support all staff and student participants
• Plan, create, and assist in the delivery of the curriculum for various age levels and disciplines
• Maintain a strong, visible presence throughout the program
• Plan and chair weekly production meetings
• Run the Production, Marketing and Graphic Design components of the workshop, working directly with college interns and their student teams
• Secure funding and cultivate new and existing relationships to support the workshop's growth and stability

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in theater, theater education or related performing arts discipline required, Master’s preferred.
• Minimum 3+ years of previous directing experience in a performing arts and/or education setting
• Passion for working with youth and adults in an extra-curricular setting
• Proven track record of directing theater in an education setting
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
• Strong management skills and the ability to oversee multiple projects successfully
• Strong ability to manage and maintain budgets effectively
• Must work well in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment
• Ability to work weekend and evening hours
• Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
• Computer Proficiency, Mac preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is commensurate with experience. Evening and weekend hours required. Program runs M-Th, June 29 to August 6 from 2 pm to 6 pm with additional tech rehearsal hours July 27 to August 6. Performances Fridays and Saturdays, July 31 & August 1, and August 7 & 8 at 7:30 pm, plus Saturday matinees at 2. Visit program website for details www.summertheaterworkshop.org

About hiring institution

North Shore Arts Angels, Inc is a non-profit arts education organization formed for the purpose of enhancing arts education opportunities to students and residents of the North Shore Central School District and deepening community connections through the arts. North Shore, in New York's Nassau County on Long Island, is a high-achieving k-12 public school district with a long tradition of generous support for the fine and performing arts.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references to producer Julia Brennan at email listed below.

Contact name: Julia Brennan

Contact email: northshoreSTW@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015

Job title
Technical Director - Summer Theater Workshop

Location

Glen Head NY

Job description
The Technical Director will work 16 hours or more per week in close collaboration with the Producer, Director, Instrumental Music Director, Vocal Music Director, teaching artists and college interns, to oversee and provide visionary leadership for the workshop's production-based theater arts education program. TheTechnical Director will be responsible for the overall development of technical aspects of all works staged by the Summer Theater Workshop, taking into account budgetary and other resource limitations. The Techincal Director will directly supervise and mentor one or more college interns, who will act at Assistant Technical Director(s), and appoint from among student participants, at least one student chief for each technical crew for each production, as well as a student stage manager for each production. The position requires a strong background in technical theaer education and experience teaching in grades 7-12! . Knowledge of curriculum development in technical theater education is preferred. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required for daily interactions with students and other professional staff for the purpose of coordinating artistic vision effectively across a wide range of disciplines.

Responsibilities
• Oversee day-to-day development of technical aspects of all workshop productions
• Directly mentor and supervise one or more intern(s) who will act as Assistant Technical Director(s)
• Create and maintain the techincal budget for each production
• Work closely with other professional staff, teaching artists and interns to realize overall artistic vision for the productions
• Assist the producer and director in effectively managing, scheduling, and supporting all student participants
• Plan, create, and assist in the delivery of the curriculum for various age levels

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in technical theater or related discipline required, Master’s preferred.
• Minimum 3+ years of previous experience in technical theater in an educational setting
• Passion for working with youth and adults in an extra-curricular setting
• Proven track record of teaching experience in the performing arts
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
• Strong management skills and the ability to oversee multiple projects successfully
• Strong ability to manage and maintain budgets effectively
• Must work well in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment
• Ability to work substantial weekend and evening hours
• Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
• Computer Proficiency, Mac preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is commensurate with experience. Evening and weekend hours required. Program runs M-Th, June 29 to August 6 from 2 pm to 6 pm with additional tech rehearsal hours July 27 to August 6. Performances Fridays and Saturdays, July 31 & August 1, and August 7 & 8 at 7:30 pm, plus Saturday matinees at 2

About hiring institution

North Shore Arts Angels, Inc is a non-profit arts education organization formed for the purpose of enhancing arts education opportunities to students and residents of the North Shore Central School District and deepening community connections through the arts. North Shore, in New York's Nassau County on Long Island, is a high-achieving k-12 public school district with a long tradition of generous support for the fine and performing arts.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references to producer Julia Brennan at email listed below.

Contact name: Julia Brennan

Contact email: northshoreSTW@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015

Job title
Vocal Music Director

Location

Glen Head NY

Job description
The Vocal Music Director will work 16 hours or more per week in close collaboration with the Producer, Director, Technical Director, Instrumental Music Director, teaching artists and college interns, to oversee and provide visionary leadership for the workshop's production-based theater arts education program. The Vocal Music Director will be responsible for the overall development of the singers for the musical staged by the Summer Theater Workshop, taking into account budgetary and other resource limitations. The Vocal Music Director will directly supervise and mentor one or more college interns, who will act at Assistant Vocal Music Director(s), and appoint from among student participants, at least one student leader for each section. The position requires a strong background in vocal music education and experience teaching in grades 7-12. Knowledge of curriculum development in vocal music education is preferred. Exce! llent interpersonal and communication skills required for daily interactions with students and other professional staff for the purpose of coordinating artistic vision effectively across a wide range of disciplines.

Responsibilities
• Oversee day-to-day development of the vocal music for the musical theater production
• Directly mentor and supervise one or more intern(s) who will act as Assistant Vocal Director(s)
• Create and maintain the vocal music division's budget
• Work closely with other professional staff, teaching artists and interns to realize overall artistic vision for the musical production
• Assist the producer and director in effectively managing, scheduling, and supporting all student participants
• Plan, create, and assist in the delivery of the curriculum for various age levels

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in vocal music education, performance or related performing arts discipline required, Master’s preferred.
• Minimum 3+ years of previous experience in a performing arts and/or education setting
• Passion for working with youth and adults in an extra-curricular setting
• Proven track record of teaching experience in the performing arts
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
• Strong management skills and the ability to oversee multiple projects successfully
• Strong ability to manage and maintain budgets effectively
• Must work well in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment
• Ability to work substantial weekend and evening hours
• Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
• Computer Proficiency, Mac preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is commensurate with experience. Evening and weekend hours required. Program runs M-Th, June 29 to August 6 from 2 pm to 6 pm with additional tech rehearsal hours July 27 to August 6. Performances Fridays and Saturdays, July 31 & August 1, and August 7 & 8 at 7:30 pm, plus Saturday matinees at 2

About hiring institution

North Shore Arts Angels, Inc is a non-profit arts education organization formed for the purpose of enhancing arts education opportunities to students and residents of the North Shore Central School District and deepening community connections through the arts. North Shore, in New York's Nassau County on Long Island, is a high-achieving k-12 public school district with a long tradition of generous support for the fine and performing arts.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references to producer Julia Brennan at email listed below.

Contact name: Julia Brennan

Contact email: northshoreSTW@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015

Job title
Choreography Advisor - Summer Theater Workshop

Location

Glen Head NY

Job description
The Choreographer will work eight hours per week in close collaboration with the program directors to create choreography and develop the dancers for the musical theater production staged by the Summer Theater Workshop, taking into account budgetary and other resource limitations. The Choreographer will directly supervise and mentor one or more interns, who will act at Assistant Choreographer(s), and appoint from among student participants, at least one dance captain for the production. The position requires a strong background in choreography and dance education and experience teaching in grades 7-12. Knowledge of curriculum development in choreography and dance education is preferred. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required for interactions with students and other professional staff for the purpose of coordinating artistic vision effectively across a wide range of disciplines.

Responsibilities
• Create choreography and oversee the development of the dancers for the musical production
• Directly mentor and supervise one or more intern(s) who will act at Assistant Choreographer(s)
• Create and maintain a dance budget
• Work closely with other professional staff, teaching artists and interns to realize overall artistic vision for the productions
• Assist the producer and director in effectively managing, scheduling, and supporting all student participants
• Plan, create, and assist in the delivery of the curriculum for various age levels

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in dance performance or education, Master’s preferred.
• Minimum 3+ years of previous experience in a performing arts and/or education setting
• Passion for working with youth and adults in an extra-curricular setting
• Proven track record of teaching experience in dance for musical theater
• Exceptional communication skills
• Strong management skills and the ability to oversee multiple projects successfully
• Strong ability to manage and maintain budgets effectively
• Must work well in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment
• Ability to work substantial weekend and evening hours
• Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
• Computer Proficiency, Mac preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is commensurate with experience. Evening and weekend hours required. Program runs M-Th, June 29 to August 6 from 2 pm to 6 pm with additional tech rehearsal hours July 27 to August 6. Performances Fridays and Saturdays, July 31 & August 1, and August 7 & 8 at 7:30 pm, plus Saturday matinees at 2

About hiring institution

North Shore Arts Angels, Inc is a non-profit arts education organization formed for the purpose of enhancing arts education opportunities to students and residents of the North Shore Central School District and deepening community connections through the arts. North Shore, in New York's Nassau County on Long Island, is a high-achieving k-12 public school district with a long tradition of generous support for the fine and performing arts.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references to producer Julia Brennan at email listed below.

Contact name: Julia Brennan

Contact email: northshoreSTW@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015

Job title
Costume Advisor - Summer Theater Workshop

Location

Glen Head NY

Job description
The Costume Advisor will work eight hours per week with the program directors to design and develop costuming for the productions staged by the Summer Theater Workshop, taking into account budgetary and other resource limitations. The Costume Advisor will provide twice weekly supervision and mentoring one or more interns, who will act at Assistant Costumer(s), and appoint from among student participants, at least one costume crew chief for each production. The position requires a strong background in costuming for theater and experience teaching in grades 7-12. Knowledge of curriculum development in costuming is preferred. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required for interactions with students and other professional staff for the purpose of coordinating artistic vision effectively across a wide range of disciplines.

Responsibilities
• Design and develop costumes for the workshp productions
• Directly mentor and supervise one or more intern(s) who will act at Assistant Costumer(s)
• Create and maintain a costume budget
• Work closely with other professional staff, teaching artists and interns to realize overall artistic vision for the productions
• Assist the producer and director in effectively managing, scheduling, and supporting all student participants
• Plan, create, and assist in the delivery of the curriculum for various age levels

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in costume or related design, Master’s preferred
• Minimum 3+ years of previous experience in costuming, preferably in an educational setting
• Passion for working with youth and adults in an educational setting
• Proven track record of teaching experience in costuming for theater
• Exceptional communication skills
• Strong management skills and the ability to oversee multiple projects successfully
• Strong ability to manage and maintain budgets effectively
• Must work well in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment
• Ability to work substantial weekend and evening hours
• Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
• Computer Proficiency, Mac preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is commensurate with experience. Evening and weekend hours required. Program runs M-Th, June 29 to August 6 from 2 pm to 6 pm with additional tech rehearsal hours July 27 to August 6. Performances Fridays and Saturdays, July 31 & August 1, and August 7 & 8 at 7:30 pm, plus Saturday matinees at 2

About hiring institution

North Shore Arts Angels, Inc is a non-profit arts education organization formed for the purpose of enhancing arts education opportunities to students and residents of the North Shore Central School District and deepening community connections through the arts. North Shore, in New York's Nassau County on Long Island, is a high-achieving k-12 public school district with a long tradition of generous support for the fine and performing arts.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references to producer Julia Brennan at email listed below.

Contact name: Julia Brennan

Contact email: northshoreSTW@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015

Job title
Lighting Advisor - Summer Theater Workshop

Location

Glen Head NY

Job description
The Lighting Advisor will work eight hours per week with the program directors to design and develop lighting for the productions staged by the Summer Theater Workshop, taking into account budgetary and other resource limitations. The Lighting Advisor will provide twice weekly supervision and mentoring one or more interns, who will act at Assistant Lighting Designer(s) , and appoint from among student participants, at least one lighting crew chief for each production. The position requires a strong background in lighting for theater and experience teaching in grades 7-12. Knowledge of curriculum development in theatrical lighting is preferred. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required for interactions with students and other professional staff for the purpose of coordinating artistic vision effectively across a wide range of disciplines.

Responsibilities
• Design and develop lighting for the workshp productions
• Directly mentor and supervise one or more intern(s) who will act at Assistant Lighting Designer(s)
• Create and maintain a lighting budget
• Work closely with other professional staff, teaching artists and interns to realize overall artistic vision for the productions
• Assist the producer and director in effectively managing, scheduling, and supporting all student participants
• Plan, create, and assist in the delivery of the curriculum for various age levels

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in stage lighting or related field, Master’s preferred
• Minimum 3+ years of previous experience in lighting, preferably in an educational setting
• Passion for working with youth and adults in an educational setting
• Proven track record of teaching experience in lighting for theater
• Exceptional communication skills
• Strong management skills and the ability to oversee multiple projects successfully
• Strong ability to manage and maintain budgets effectively
• Must work well in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment
• Ability to work substantial weekend and evening hours
• Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
• Computer Proficiency, Mac preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is commensurate with experience. Evening and weekend hours required. Program runs M-Th, June 29 to August 6 from 2 pm to 6 pm with additional tech rehearsal hours July 27 to August 6. Performances Fridays and Saturdays, July 31 & August 1, and August 7 & 8 at 7:30 pm, plus Saturday matinees at 2

About hiring institution

North Shore Arts Angels, Inc is a non-profit arts education organization formed for the purpose of enhancing arts education opportunities to students and residents of the North Shore Central School District and deepening community connections through the arts. North Shore, in New York's Nassau County on Long Island, is a high-achieving k-12 public school district with a long tradition of generous support for the fine and performing arts.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references to producer Julia Brennan at email listed below.

Contact name: Julia Brennan

Contact email: northshoreSTW@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015

Job title
Sound Advisor - Summer Theater Workshop

Location

Glen Head NY

Job description
The Sound Advisor will work eight hours per week with the program directors to design and develop sound for the productions staged by the Summer Theater Workshop, taking into account budgetary and other resource limitations. The Sound Advisor will provide twice weekly supervision and mentoring one or more interns, who will act at Assistant Sound Designer(s) , and appoint from among student participants, at least one sound crew chief for each production. The position requires a strong background in sound for theater and experience teaching in grades 7-12. Knowledge of curriculum development in theatrical sound is preferred. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required for interactions with students and other professional staff for the purpose of coordinating artistic vision effectively across a wide range of disciplines.

Responsibilities
• Design and develop sound for the workshp productions
• Directly mentor and supervise one or more intern(s) who will act at Assistant Sound Designer(s)
• Create and maintain a sound budget
• Work closely with other professional staff, teaching artists and interns to realize overall artistic vision for the productions
• Assist the producer and director in effectively managing, scheduling, and supporting all student participants
• Plan, create, and assist in the delivery of the curriculum for various age levels

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in sound design or related field, Master’s preferred
• Minimum 3+ years of previous experience in sound for live theater, preferably in an educational setting
• Passion for working with youth and adults in an educational setting
• Proven track record of teaching experience in sound for theater
• Exceptional communication skills
• Strong management skills and the ability to oversee multiple projects successfully
• Strong ability to manage and maintain budgets effectively
• Must work well in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment
• Ability to work substantial weekend and evening hours
• Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
• Computer Proficiency, Mac preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Pay is commensurate with experience. Evening and weekend hours required. Program runs M-Th, June 29 to August 6 from 2 pm to 6 pm with additional tech rehearsal hours July 27 to August 6. Performances Fridays and Saturdays, July 31 & August 1, and August 7 & 8 at 7:30 pm, plus Saturday matinees at 2

About hiring institution

North Shore Arts Angels, Inc is a non-profit arts education organization formed for the purpose of enhancing arts education opportunities to students and residents of the North Shore Central School District and deepening community connections through the arts. North Shore, in New York's Nassau County on Long Island, is a high-achieving k-12 public school district with a long tradition of generous support for the fine and performing arts.

How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references to producer Julia Brennan at email listed below.

Contact name: Julia Brennan

Contact email: northshoreSTW@gmail.com

Closing date for applications: 04/01/2015

Job title
HS Drama Director P/T

Location

Sunnyvale, California

Job description
Job Title: Sr. High Drama Director
Job Status: Part-time
Exempt Status: Exempt
Department: VPA
Reports to: Department Lead

Job Summary
It is the primary responsibility of the drama director to provide theater instruction to the students of The King’s Academy, as well as being a positive role model to them. Directors should view their role as ministry, helping each student towards reaching their full potential in Christ.

The drama program at The King’s Academy is designed to offer students of all skill levels the opportunity to learn basic drama fundamentals as well as develop and further their dramatic skills. We want to give all students who have an interest in either our drama classes or productions the opportunity to take part in some way and be seen on stage if they are in one of our productions.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Direct Fall Play
• Direct Spring Musical along with production team of Musical Director and Choreographer
o Work with the Musical Director to select musical and cast vision of the show
• Perform any other duties that may be assigned.

Qualifications
Key Desired Qualifications
• Commitment to serving Christ
• Bachelor’s degree in Theater or equivalent; Directing/Acting experience required
• Experience directing large, double cast plays and musicals
• Experience working with a production team on large scale musicals alongside musical director and choreographer
• Experience with technical theater: set design and production, lighting and sound design
• Experience with working with parent/volunteer committees

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Salary is commensurate with position. Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits provided. Tuition discount also provided.

About hiring institution

Located in Sunnyvale, California, The King’s Academy is a private Christ-centered college preparatory school for students in grades 6-12. The school was established in 1991.

How to apply
Please visit our employment page on our school's website at www.tka.org to complete and submit an application.

Contact name: Immaculate Adesida

Contact email: immaculate.adesida@tka.org

Closing date for applications: 04/30/2015