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Job title
Middle And 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
Salary is competitive.
The Academy offers an excellent compensation package.
Primarily Monday through Friday days, some evening and weekend work.

About hiring institution
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.

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

Contact name: Angel Vigil
Contact email: barb.eckler@coloradoacademy.org
Closing date for applications: 06/30/2015


Job title
Tech Director/Tech Teacher

Location
Charlotte, NC

Job description
The candidate will teach high school technical theatre classes and serve as Tech Director for MULTIPLE shows each year, with budgets ranging from miniscule to several thousand dollars. The Tech Director also provides support to other arts departments (dance, orchestra, band) with lights, sound, etc.

Qualifications
Must be proficient in set design and construction, lighting and sound design and operation, multi-tasking.
Theatre K-12 certification preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Position begins Fall 2015. The tech director normally teaches two high school classes per day and has two building/planning periods. Salary is determined by Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools based on experience. First year teachers earn approximately $33,000.

About hiring institution
Northwest School of the Arts is a visual and performing arts magnet school in Charlotte, NC. Currently, the theatre department has six teachers. The theatre department is the largest arts department, and has earned many regional and national awards.

How to apply
Please apply online at http://www.cms.k12.nc.us/Jobs/Pages/Teach%20at%20CMS.aspx and email a copy of résumé only to:
Bonnie Fraker
Chair, Department of Theatre
bonnie.fraker@cms.k12.nc.us

Contact name: Bonnie Fraker
Contact email: bonnie.fraker@cms.k12.nc.us
Closing date for applications: 06/01/2015


Job title
Drama Teacher & Speech Coach

Location
Mayfield, KY

Job description
Full time drama teacher needed who would teach 4 drama classes (Drama I - 2 sections, Drama II-IV - 1 section, Production Elements - 1 section) and 2 sections of oral communication class. This position would also require becoming the head forensics/speech coach as an extracurricular activity.

Qualifications
A specific Theatre/Drama teaching certification is preferred, but some states have removed this certification. If certification is in another area that theatre falls under, we prefer you have experience in drama in lieu of just applying for the job because you're certified in this area.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
See website for details:
http://www.graves.kyschools.us/

About hiring institution
See website for details:
http://www.graves.kyschools.us/GravesCountyHighSchool_home.aspx

How to apply
https://www.applitrack.com/graves/onlineapp/_application.aspx?starting=true

Contact name: Jennifer Tilford
Contact email: jennifer.tilford@graves.kyschools.us
Closing date for applications: 05/29/2015


Job title
Vocal Music

Location
Windsor, Colorado

Job description
Vocal Music Teacher at Windsor High School in Windsor, Colorado. Responsible for multiple choirs and concerts. See website for details:
www.weldre4.k12.co.us

Qualifications
See website for details:
www.weldre4.k12.co.us

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
See website for details:
www.weldre4.k12.co.us

About hiring institution
Windsor High School is a public 9-12 school with a strong performing arts department.

How to apply
See website for details:
www.weldre4.k12.co.us

Contact name: Michelle Scallon
Contact email: michelle.scallon@weldre4.k12.co.us
Closing date for applications: 05/29/2015


Job title
English/Theater Teacher

Location
Portage, MI

Job description
ENGLISH/THEATER TEACHER
Portage Central High School
2015-16 School Year

Qualifications
• Strong academic and professional experience in theater. At least five years of demonstrated directing experience working with students in theater and musical theater in a high school/college/professional setting.
• Experienced in the practice of different approaches of acting, voice, dance, musical theater history, make-up technique and audition technique.
• Strong background in artistic direction.
• Valid Michigan teaching certificate in English.
• AdvanceEd accreditation standards met to teach English.
• Federal standards met to be highly qualified in English.
• English skills and experience to teach effectively English classes and to prepare students for IB English.
• Experience in successfully working cooperatively with colleagues.
• Training and skills to work with a diverse group of high-school students.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Salary: Per PEA Contract
Full-time

About hiring institution
Portage Public Schools
Portage Central High School
Portage, MI

How to apply
Visit website at: www.portageps.org

Contact name: Amy Blankshain
Contact email: ablankshain@portageps.org
Closing date for applications: 05/26/2015


Job title
Technical Theatre Director

Location
The Prairie School, Racine, WI

Job description
The Performing Arts Department of the Prairie School seeks an energetic, outgoing technical theatre professional to join our staff full-time in August of 2015. The Performing Arts Department is responsible for a variety of musical and theatre performances and serves the entire school population.

Qualifications
A qualified candidate will hold a minimum of a Bachelor or Master of Arts Degree in Technical Theatre or related discipline, and have 3-5 years equivalent experience. Experience with set design and construction is required. Teaching students the art and craft of technical theatre in the classroom and theatre shop is also required along with a background in crew training and set painting and dressing. Digital lighting/programming and digital sound design/programming is strongly preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
The School provides excellent working conditions with small classes. Salary and benefits are competitive. Salary is subject to experience and degree.

About hiring institution
The Prairie School, an equal opportunity employer located in Racine, Wisconsin, is a college preparatory, independent day school. The Prairie School serves an average of 650 students from early school through 12th grade.

How to apply
Interested candidates, who meet the qualifications, please send resume’ and cover letter to hr@prairieschool.com.

Contact name: Lisa Koleske
Contact email: lkoleske@prairieschool.com
Closing date for applications: 05/15/2015


Job title
Middle School Theatre Education Teacher (Grades 5-8)

Location
University School of Milwaukee

Job description
University School of Milwaukee seeks a full time THEATER EDUCATION Teacher for the 2015-2016 school year. Applicants must be energetic, passionate about teaching Middle School students, and knowledgeable in both theater ed content and pedagogy. This position includes teaching theater ed to 5th, 6th, and 7th graders and a debate elective to 8th graders. Directing the Middle School play in the fall and musical in the spring are expected extracurriculars. Experience with educational technology is also a requirement. Applicants must be collegial, willing to work on a team, show evidence of lifelong learning, and enjoy working with adolescents. We value teachers who are actively involved in the life of our community, and expect teachers to contribute outside of the classroom setting.

Qualifications
Candidates must have a Bachelors or Masters Degree in Theater Education and at least three years of experience teaching Theater education (drama) at the Middle School level, or the experiential equivalent.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Full-time, August-June
Benefits - Yes
Pay - TBD

About hiring institution
USM is an independent, coeducational, day school, prekindergarten (age 3) through grade 12. View our website at www.usm.k12.wi.us.

Teachers at University School take the responsibility for developing, supplementing, extending, and updating curriculum, and they must stay informed about current trends in the teaching of their content topic to all levels of learners. The Middle School Theater Education teacher should possess a passion for teaching this content area and be able to incite that same enthusiasm in his or her students. Opportunities exist to integrate subject matter with other curricular areas in the Middle School. In addition to classroom instruction, the teacher will be expected to participate in faculty meetings, parent meetings, workshops and various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, as well as take part in events that promote the School’s programs.

How to apply
Please send resume with references to jobs@usmk12.org.

Contact name: Pam Nosbusch
Contact email: jobs@usmk12.org.
Closing date for applications: 05/26/2015


Job title
Creekside High School Drama – Theatre Educator Vacancy

Location
Fulton County School System | Atlanta, Georgia

Job description
Creekside High School is seeking a dynamic individual to develop the Drama - Theatre program and provide students with an awesome drama – theatre education. Creekside High School is a member school of the Fulton County School System, located in Fairburn, Georgia approximately 20 - 30 minutes south of Atlanta, Georgia. The ideal candidate is a passionate, highly motivated, certified (or eligible for Georgia Clear Renewable Certification) theatre educator. The ideal candidate will be expected to provide leadership and instruction for all aspects of the program, ensure robust and high level participation in local and state adjudicated evaluation events, organize school based and community performances, work collaboratively with other fine and performing arts staff members, fundraise, organize and manage a highly successful and effective booster organization.
Additionally, the ideal candidate will be expected to aggressively recruit and maintain students in the program and provide several performance opportunities, including at the local school site and community levels. It is also expected that the ideal candidate will expose students to various collegiate and professional performance groups that will broaden their horizons and fuel their passion for theatre. Finally, the ideal candidate will commit to exposing students to and preparing them for college scholarship and study opportunities in theatre education or theatre performance.

Qualifications
Bachelors Degree (Minimum) in Drama/Theatre Education and Current Georgia Teacher's Certification in Drama/Theatre or Eligibility for the Same. Please visit www.gapsc.org for Georgia Educator Certification Information.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Please visit the Fulton County School System Human Resources Webpage for Salary and Benefits Information:
www.fultonschools.org/en/divisions/hr/Careers

About hiring institution
Creekside High School | Fulton County School System (www.fultonschools.org)

How to apply
Interested candidates should visit www.fultonschools.org and complete the teacher application process. In addition to completing the teacher application process, candidates should e-mail their resume to
Dr. Weldon B. Williams (Assistant Principal) utilizing the e-mail address williamswb@fultonschools.org after the application for employment is complete. Applications and resumes will be reviewed until the position is filled.

Contact name: Dr. W. Briant Williams
Contact email: williamswb@fultonschools.org
Closing date for applications: 05/29/2015


Job title
Theater Manager

Location
Northshore School District

Job description
This position reports to the Director of Support Services and provides theater technical support and coordination for all Northshore School District Theaters. The Theater Manager is responsible for all technical aspects of theater productions, including scheduling school, district-sponsored, and community productions.

Qualifications
The successful applicant is preferred to have a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theater, drama, or related area and will typically have at least three years of increasingly responsible experience as a theater technical director and experience providing instructions in theater arts/drama to children and/or youth. Human Resources will evaluate alternate combinations of education and experience for comparability. Must be willing and able to obtain a Career and Technical Education (CTE) teaching certificate and provide instruction to students if a CTE theater program is established in the district.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
$70,067 - $73,614 annually; full time position, 260 days per year; benefits include 25 vacation days, 13 paid holidays, health insurance coverage, Washington State Retirement plan, and other benefits

About hiring institution
Northshore School District encompasses the cities of Bothell, Woodinville, and Kenmore. We have approximately 20,000 students enrolled in 20 elementary schools, 6 junior high schools, 3 high school and alternative programs.

How to apply
For a complete position announcement and application instructions, please visit our website:
wwwnew.nsd.org/Page/768


Contact name: Susan Martin
Contact email: smartin2@nsd.org
Closing date for applications: 05/07/2015


Job title
Teacher - Secondary Drama and Theatre

Location
Bellevue, Nebraska

Job description
Requires candidates to have or be working towards an endorsement appropriate to the position.
The teacher is responsible for fulfilling the obligations and reflecting the philosophies outlined in contract, state and federal law, and the policies, regulations, and rules of the Bellevue Public Schools. The teacher is responsible for providing to students appropriate and effective instruction, a positive role model, and a safe and healthy environment in which to achieve to their maximum potential.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
*Effectively apply professional competencies to meet the minimum standards as adopted by the State Board of
Education and the Selected Evaluation Criteria of the Bellevue Public Schools. *Follow the Code of Ethics adopted by the State Board of Education.
*Know and follow all policies, rules, regulations, and directives of the district and the principal or administrator in the building where employed.
*Exhibit character and moral standards, and personal habits that are temperate in nature, and are such that they may be emulated by the youth of the community.
*Exhibit mental and physical health adequate to meet the responsibilities of the position held.
*Devote a satisfactory measure of time and energy to the duties assigned and to the business of the school.
*Maintain a positive relationship with patrons, employees, and students in daily work activities.
*Conduct oneself both in and out of school in such a manner as to avoid reflecting grave discredit upon the school, the district, or the employee.
*Conduct oneself morally and within the limits established in law for the continuation of professional educator contracts.
*Conduct supervisory responsibilities of students or other employees in a manner which is not cruel. *Fulfill the responsibilities of teaching as defined in state law.
*Fulfill responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor/administrator.
*This position is subject to a veterans preference.
Full-Time Annually High School
04/08/2015

Qualifications
go to www.bellevuepublicschools.org for application

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Competitive

About hiring institution
www.bellevuepublicschools.org

How to apply
go to www.bellevuepublicschools.org for application
Contact name: Trenton Kerger
Contact email: trenton.kerger@bpsne.net
Closing date for applications: 08/03/2015


Job title
Theatre Director

Location
Ramona Convent Secondary School-Alhambra, CA

Job description
Ramona seeks a creative and well-organized individual to develop an after-school theatre program for high school students. Responsibilities include directing a fall or spring play and guiding an active and successful ComedySportz team. We believe that nurturing a connection between the creative spirit and its expression in the arts is an essential aspect of our mission; the Theatre Director will be empowered to design a robust program that will engage our students in developing their full potential. This is a part-time position.

Qualifications
A degree in Theatre or Theatre Education or relevant experience is required.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Salary TBD. Part-time.

About hiring institution
Ramona Convent Secondary School, is a private Catholic college preparatory high school for girls. Ramona was established in 1889 and has a rich history for empowering young women.

How to apply
Please email your resume.

Contact name: Halina Szymanski
Contact email: theatre@ramonaconvent.org
Closing date for applications: 05/30/2015


Job title
Catholic High School Drama Teacher

Location
Charleston, South Carolina

Job description
Bishop England High School seeks a dynamic individual for a full-time position who has a degree in theatre or theatre education and who has a passion for teaching drama classes. Directing experience is preferred. Responsibilities will include teaching Drama I and Drama II class and creating lessons that address the standards of the study of theatre. The ideal drama teacher will have a desire to be part of the Catholic school environment and to inspire students to become well versed in the processes of theatre productions. The ideal teacher has a desire to teach all students and to create a classroom climate of mutual respect. Drama teacher responsibilities will include serving as moderator of the Drama Club, which performs during the school year.

Qualifications
A bachelors or masters degree in Theatre or Theatre Education and directing experience is required. Certification for secondary education is preferred.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
This is a full-time teaching position during the academic school year 2015-2016. Benefits include health insurance and retirement benefits as determined by the Principal. Salary is based on Charleston County (SC) School District.

About hiring institution
Please send a copy of your resume to Nancy Heath by email nheath@behs.com or by mail: Nancy Heath, Academic Dean, Bishop England High School, 363 Seven Farms Drive, Charleston, SC 29492.

How to apply
Bishop England is a Roman Catholic co-educational secondary school founded in 1915. The forty acre campus is located on Daniel Island ten miles from Charleston, SC. As an institution of the Catholic Church, it is the mission of Bishop England High School to foster a faith community characterized by the Gospel message of mutual respect and charity. The school endeavors to promote the spiritual, intellectual, and physical growth of the individual through combined efforts of parents, guardians and faculty by establishing the best possible environment for learning: a climate of safety, trust and respect for the individual and an appreciation for the acquisition of learning. For more information see our complete school profile at www.behs.com under the About Us tab.

Contact name: Ms. Nancy Heath, Academic Dean

Contact email: nheath@behs.com

Closing date for applications: 05/15/2015


Job title
Technical Director

Location
Cincinnati Country Day School, Cincinnati, Ohio

Job description
This position will involve full support of all school theatrical productions and events, as well as teaching a Tech Theatre class in design and application.

Qualifications
An appropriate degree in the discipline is preferred. Strong candidates will have a significant background as a TD for theatrical organizations, with the ability to integrate technology into their work and the classroom. Especially looking for someone who has strengths in design (scenic, lighting, and sound).

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Full-time position with benefits, salary to be discussed during interview. Position is typical Monday through Friday school schedule, with all necessary time needed for mounting and running productions in evenings and on weekends.

About hiring institution
Founded in 1926, CCDS is an independent, co-educational day school with students from 18 months to 18 years. Our sprawling campus is situated on 62 beautiful acres in Indian Hill, a suburb of Cincinnati.

How to apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter.

Contact name: Stephanie Luebbers

Contact email: luebberss@countryday.net

Closing date for applications: 06/01/2015


Job title
Middle and Upper School Technical Theater Teacher

Location
Addison, Texas

Job description

Reports to: Michael Manes, Chair – Fine Arts Department

Start Date: August 2015

 The school seeks an outstanding educator to…

- Teach Upper and Middle School Technical Theater classes;
- Construct sets/scenic for all theatrical productions, including main stage, class level, student projects and showcases;
- Supervise student technical workers with set, scenic, crew, props, lighting, sound and rigging before, during and after the run of each production;
- Collaborate directly with performing arts colleagues in development of the overall arts program curriculum and productions;
- Coordinate and produce all technical aspects of festival trips for the performing arts program.

Qualifications
The ideal candidate will have…

- B.A. or B.F.A. in Technical Theater or a related field and relevant professional experience. A combination of education and professional experience may be considered;
- A commitment to continued professional development in theater arts pedagogy, particularly in theater technology;
- Demonstrated ability to safely and efficiently complete production needs on budget and on time;
- Success in promoting academic achievement for students;
- Demonstrated command of the techniques of scenic construction, and is current with lighting and sound software;
- Ability to engage students with 21st century teaching strategies such as Project Based Learning and technology-integrated curriculum.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Based on candidate's experience and qualifications

About hiring institution
Founded in 1950, Greenhill School is an independent, coeducational day school enrolling 1,280 students in grades pre-kindergarten-12. The school is located on a 78-acre campus approximately 12 miles north of downtown Dallas.

The School’s mission statement reads: “Greenhill School is a diverse community of learners that strives for excellence; values individuality; fosters a passion for learning; promotes the balanced development of mind, body and character; encourages service; and instills a respect for others.” Consistent with its mission and its steadfast commitments to excellence, diversity, individuality, and community, Greenhill combines a rigorous, creative academic program with outstanding opportunities in arts and athletics for students from disparate ethnic, religious, socio-economic, and racial backgrounds. The school is widely known for its exceptional educational environment and has a national reputation for graduating highly qualified students who are well prepared to succeed at the most competitive colleges and universities and in later life.

How to apply: www.greenhill.org

Contact name: Greenhill School

Contact email: www.greenhill.org

Closing date for applications: 06/01/2015


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

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