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Job title
Drama Director

Location
Chattanooga, Tennessee

Job description
Girls Preparatory School seeks an experienced drama teacher to work full time with both girls and boys grades 6-12. Over 175 students participate in the extracurricular programs each year. Each year about 5–10 % of graduating actors go on to pursue majors and careers related to the theatre arts. Must be knowledgeable in theatre education content and pedagogy. Responsibilities include:

• Teaching introductory middle school and elective upper school drama courses.
• Direct Middle School play and co-direct Upper School Musical (both in conjunction with boys from McCallie, our brother school). Both productions include after school and weekend rehearsals.
• Serve as theatre manager for 2 theatres (220 seat Evans Theater and 750 seat Frierson Theater) including day-to-day uses of these spaces for assemblies and special programs. This is not a Technical Director position but requires a strong functional knowledge of technical theatre.
• Along with the technical theatre director, instruct and develop a crew of students to assist in running theatre productions as well as daily operations.
• As a full-time teacher, this position is expected to serve as a middle school student advisor, member of the 7th and 8th grade teams, and be involved in the overall life of school.

Qualifications
Expected Attributes and Experiences

• Bachelors and/or master’s degree in related field are expected.
• Proven experience directing excellent theater productions with adolescents.
• Extraordinary verbal and written communication skills required. Proven effective use of Microsoft Office and social media vehicles for communication is necessary.
• Exceptional organizational skills that allow one to balance competing interests for time, space and other resources.
• Ability to manage theatre budgetary expectations.
• Willing to work in a positive and creative way with parent volunteers
• Collegial and eager to collaborate with other faculty members in a cross-disciplinary fashion

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Competitive Salary and Benefits

10 month position with pay across 12 months.

School Hours

About hiring institution
Mission Statement
Girls Preparatory School creates leaders by engaging the mind, stimulating the spirit, instilling values and self-confidence, and challenging girls to recognize their membership in the global community.

Vision
GPS strives to stand among the nation’s leading schools and is driven to educate and prepare our girls to be a strong force in the global community and to be recognized as models of active and ethical citizenship.

How to apply
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to hr@gps.edu.

Contact name: Andrew Phelps
Contact email: hr@gps.edu
Closing date for applications: 06/30/2015



 

Job title
Drama Teacher

Location
Hangzhou, China

Job description
ENREACH Education is seeking a full-time drama teacher to be based in local schools in partnership with Dipont Education Management Group and the ENREACH center in Hangzhou, China. The teacher may be asked to teach in the evenings and on weekends, and the teaching hours will be no more than 26 periods per week, amounting to no more than 40 working hours.
We are looking for reliable, flexible, inspired drama teachers to join our team immediately. It is important that the teacher is adaptable to work as part of a project that is growing and changing. The teacher would be responsible for planning courses using the ENREACH curriculum as well as his/her own lesson plans, and teaching primary, middle, and high school drama courses.

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
• Ability to comply with Chinese visa laws

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
• Salary commensurate with experience
• 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
• Biannual professional development workshops in collaboration with other ENREACH drama teachers

About hiring institution
The ENREACH brand was launched in 2014 with the aim to provide a set of gifted and talented enrichment programs to enhance Chinese students’ academic life and as an extension to their traditional education. Combining advanced courses with cultural, social and recreational opportunities and providing students with challenges designed to fit their abilities and interests, these enrichment programs include liberal arts curriculum, academic debate/drama, college counseling service, international exam preparation, and extracurricular activities. ENREACH is officially partnered with the United States’ National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA) and Educational Theater Association (EdTA) . NSDA is the largest non-profit educational honor society established to encourage and motivate students to participate in and become proficient in debate and public speaking.

How to apply
Please send resume and cover letter to drama@enreachedu.com.

Contact name: Elise Lammers
Contact email: elise.lammers@enreachedu.com
Closing date for applications: 06/15/2015



Job title
Drama/Theatre Instructor

Location
Lincoln Trail College

Job description
Full-time, tenure-track faculty appointment in Drama/Theatre. This position serves as instructor in drama and verbal communications classes. Responsibilities, in addition to teaching, include: assessment of student learning outcomes, academic advisement of student majors, and assisting with the College’s overall recruitment and retention program. Theatre direction of two stage productions per academic year, with at least one musical performance is required. Theatre direction includes all aspects of the theatre and includes, but is not limited to: crew, lighting, sound, shop and storage supervision/maintenance, and supervision of costume design and acquisitions.

Qualifications
Master’s degree in Theatre, Drama, or related field required. Minimum of three years teaching experience desired, with preference given to those who have dramatic directing experience. The successful applicant will be: highly skilled in both oral and written communications, highly organized with ability to multi-task, familiar with production oversight, and be committed to collaboration and team work. Experience in the field of music a plus, including class instruction, ensemble direction, music therapy, and applied performance.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Salary range is based upon educational preparation and experience. Benefits include, but are not limited to: medical, dental, and life insurance; paid sick leave, vacation, and personal days; and participation in State Universities Retirement System.

About hiring institution
Illinois Eastern Community Colleges is a multi-college district with four colleges and an administrative office located in rural southeastern Illinois: Frontier Community College in Fairfield, Lincoln Trail College in Robinson, Olney Central College in Olney, and Wabash Valley College in Mt. Carmel. The colleges are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

How to apply
Send a letter of interest, IECC application forms (available online), resume, official transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to:
Illinois Eastern Community Colleges
Attn: Human Resources
233 East Chestnut Street
Olney, IL 62450

Contact name: Dana Hart
Contact email: hartd@iecc.edu
Closing date for applications: 05/29/2015



Job title
Assistant Performing Arts Teacher

Location
New Albany, Indiana

Job description
Qualifications: The applicant should:
1. Hold or be eligible for Indiana Secondary Theater License;
2. Have experience in teaching, directing, acting, music, dance and/or technical aspects of theatrical productions;
3. Have demonstrated superior ability in working with peers, superiors in accomplishing cooperatively-developed educational goals;
4. Possess superior characteristics for representing a positive public relations image;
5. Demonstrate a positive understanding of the educational needs of the high school adolescent;
6. Excellent communication and collaborative skills to work with staff, community and post-secondary partners, parents, and theater organizations
7. Have a working knowledge of computers, database, spreadsheets, word processing and printers;
8. Have knowledge of experience with theatrical productions including musicals, drama, comedy, and other related genres;
9. Highly organized with ability to plan for and meet deadlines; attention to detail; self-directed;
10. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board of School Trustees may find appropriate and acceptable.

Performance Responsibilities: Performance responsibilities will be determined based on the needs of the program and the specific strengths of the employee. Seeking a candidate with a strong technical theatre/design background to teach technical theatre classes and build large scale productions with students.

Option One: Technical Theatre Candidate
1. Coordinate and facilitate the technical aspects for four to six major productions per year
2. Assist students in the design and construction of scenery;
3. Oversee and manage the use of technical equipment and facilities, including the scenic shop, lighting, sound, and rigging resources;
4. Maintain a clean, safe environment in theatrical venues and work spaces;
5. Maintaining auditorium facility and set-up of auditorium events
6. Coordination of theatre arts rentals
7. Collaboration with Director of Theatre Arts and other applicable staff members
8. Promote and maintain a positive image for the theatre program and acting as a liaison with community agencies in connection with student activities.
9. Such other duties as may be assigned by the principal or his/her designee.

Qualifications
See above qualifications/responsibilities.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Full time teacher yearly salary with benefits. M-F 7:40-2:26PM (school week). Plus additional rehearsals and build sessions.

Instructor would be teaching 3-4 courses per day plus prepping for extra-curricular production schedule.

About hiring institution
New Albany High School Theatre Arts is an award winning, nationally recognized theatre program in Southern Indiana.

New Albany High School Theatre excels with a 120 year old history! One of the oldest public high school drama departments in the state, the NAHS Theatre Department has won numerous regional and national recognitions after its founding by Mr. Tom Weatherston. In 2004, the theatre program won the “Outstanding High School Theatre” award given by the International Thespian Society. The following year, the NAHS Thespians were featured in three full pages of the New York Times arts section highlighting high school theatre. The school has been featured regularly as a main stage performing school at the International Thespian Festival (eight appearances) and several NAHS Theatre alumni have gone on to become Broadway and London West End performers. Former director David Longest and the school were awarded the National American History Award by the D.A.R. for the Signature Event production of Lewis and Clark, an original musical written and produced in 2003. In 2007, alumnus Sara King won the Presidential Arts Scholar award and performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. New Albany High School Theatre was the subject of a recent documentary shown on both Showtime and The Movie Channel cable television networks. Josh Dallas, a 1997 NAHS theater alumni, co-starred in the mega-million dollar movie Thor and can be seen on ABC's Once Upon a Time.

How to apply
Visit the application site: http://www.applitrack.com/nafcs/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=High+School+Teaching&subcategory=Drama%2FTheatre

Contact name: Amy Harpenau
Contact email: aharpenau@nafcs.k12.in.us
Closing date for applications: 06/12/2015



Job title
Theatre Teacher

Location
Floyd Central High School

Job description
Floyd Central High School is seeking highly qualified candidates with backgrounds in either technical theatre or directing/performance. The responsibilities associated with this new position will be tailored to the strengths of the employee and the needs of the school’s extensive theatre department, which has been operating with only one full-time teacher until now. The new position will allow the current Director of Theatre Arts to share teaching and production responsibilities with an additional faculty member.

SOME of the following responsibilities may be applied to this new position, depending on the employee’s qualifications:

• Coordinate and facilitate the technical aspects for all productions;
• Assist students in the design and construction of scenery;
• Oversee and manage the use of technical equipment and facilities, including the scenic shop, lighting, sound, and rigging resources;
• Maintain a clean, safe environment in theatrical venues and work spaces;
• Maintaining auditorium facility and set-up of auditorium events
• Coordination of theatre arts rentals
• Direction of one or more shows per year. May include opportunities for music direction and choreography.
• Promote and maintain a positive image for the theatre program and acting as a liaison with community agencies in connection with student activities;
• Oversee box office operations and volunteers;
• Coordinate publicity and fundraising surrounding theatre events;
• Collaboration with Director of Theatre Arts and other applicable staff members
• Such other duties as may be assigned by the principal or his/her designee.

Qualifications
The applicant should:
1. Hold or be eligible for Indiana Secondary Theater License;
2. Have experience in teaching, directing, acting, music, dance and/or technical aspects of theatrical productions;
3. Have demonstrated superior ability in working with peers, superiors in accomplishing cooperatively-developed educational goals;
4. Possess superior characteristics for representing a positive public relations image;
5. Demonstrate a positive understanding of the educational needs of the high school adolescent;
6. Excellent communication and collaborative skills to work with staff, community and post-secondary partners, parents, and theater organizations
7. Have a working knowledge of computers, database, spreadsheets, word processing and printers;
8. Have knowledge of experience with theatrical productions including musicals, drama, comedy, and other related genres;
9. Highly organized with ability to plan for and meet deadlines; attention to detail; self-directed;
10. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board of School Trustees may find appropriate and acceptable.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Begins Fall 2015. Full time. Salary and benefits determined by the New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation.

About hiring institution
Nestled in the hills of southern Indiana, yet only a 15-minute drive from Louisville, Kentucky, Floyd Central is home to nationally-recognized performing arts programs. The Theatre Arts department produces 6+ major productions each year and offers courses in Acting, Musical Theatre, and Technical Theatre. Recognized as a leader in Theatre Education, our Theatre Arts program has flourished for decades. For more information, take a look at our department website: www.floydcentraltheatre.org.

How to apply
Visit http://www.applitrack.com/nafcs/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=High+School+Teaching&subcategory=Drama%2FTheatre

Contact name: Robbie Steiner
Contact email: rsteiner@nafcs.k12.in.us
Closing date for applications: 06/12/2015



Job title
Director of Performing Arts Center

Location
Jenks, OK

Job description
Teach one or more classes in the technical aspects of theater: sound, lighting, special effects and set design and construction.
Responsible for the technical activities of all school presentations.
Schedule and coordinate all school activities held in the PAC.
Schedule community activities held in the PAC.
Responsible for financial transactions with community organizations.
Be physically present at all presentations in the PAC.
Calendar PAC building usage.
Supervise box office operations and ticket distribution.
Submit requests for maintenance and purchase of facilities/equipment for PAC.
Other tasks as assigned by the High School Principal.

Qualifications
Hold or be eligible for Oklahoma teaching certification.
Previous experience in the classroom and the performing arts.
Satisfy all district requirements with regards to physical health and citizenship.
Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Terms of Employment:
Twelve (12) months a year. Salary and work year to be established by the Board. Benefits as established by Board policy.

About hiring institution
Jenks Public Schools, inspired by a tradition of excellence, is committed to the shared responsibility of preparing all learners for productive, responsible citizenship in an ever-changing world.

How to apply
Contact assistant principal, Eric Fox at 918-299-4415, ext. 2346 or eric.fox@jenksps.org or visit our website at jenks.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=289

Contact name: Eric Fox
Contact email: eric.fox@jenksps.org
Closing date for applications: 06/02/2015


Job title
Technical Director/Instructor

Location
Tampa, FL

Job description
The TD/Instructor will be responsible for:
• A working knowledge of techniques, methods and procedures of theatre, dance, and music productions including set, sound and lighting design and implementation; simple prop construction and scenic painting; computerized lighting systems; stage carpentry; appropriate safety precautions and procedures.
• Providing instruction in technical theater (stagecraft) to high school students of varying experience.
• Recruiting and interviewing potential students for the Technical Theater program.
• Planning, developing, scheduling and providing the technical supports required for events or performances.
• Supervising and assisting with set and stage construction and management.
• Designing set, lighting and sound systems appropriate to each performance when guest designers are not in residence.
• Supervising the implementation of approved technical designs.
• Training, assigning and overseeing student stage crews.
• Monitoring the condition of equipment including lighting, sound, and rigging equipment; arrange for the repair and replacement within budgetary constraints; perform minor repairs and preventative maintenance on equipment.
• Maintaining inventory of necessary supplies; assist in budget preparation and control of production budgets.
• Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with representatives of various groups, vendors, co-workers , and others; orient facility renters and visiting productions to safety, technical characteristics and other areas of facility operations.
• Attending technical week rehearsals and performances, in order to supervise and assist in the technical aspects of the mounting of theatrical performances.

Qualifications
Degree in technical theatre, theatre or closely related field.
Background in designing, building, and operating – theatrical sets, lighting, and sound.
Candidates must currently be, or agree to become, a state certified teacher.


Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Schedule includes flexible hours during and after the school day. Salary is determined by the number of years teaching and is set by Hillsborough County Schools.

About hiring institution
Howard W. Blake School of the Arts in Hillsborough County, FL is seeking a Technical Director/Instructor for Hillsborough County’s Flagship School of the Arts and its affiliated performance venues – The Don Thompson Theater (600 seat proscenium) and Black Box Theater (multiform).

How to apply
Please submit a letter of application and a current resume to:
Gregory.Basham@sdhc.k12.fl.us
Complete an application for employment with Hillsborough County Schools at:
www2.sdhc.k12.fl.us/employment/
Complete an application for Magnet schools at:
www3.sdhc.k12.fl.us/MagnetApplication/index.asp

Contact name: Sean Paris
Contact email: sean.paris@sdhc.k12.fl.us
Closing date for applications: 06/12/2015


Job title

Junior High Theatre Director

Location
Wylie, TX (Dallas, TX area)

Job description
Director of Junior High Theatre Program

Qualifications
BA with Texas State Theatre Certification

Pay, benefits, and work schedule
Available upon request

About hiring institution
5A school district with a commitment to a strong Fine Arts education.

How to apply
www.wylieisd.net

Contact name: Polly Harrison
Contact email: polly.harrison@wylieisd.net
Closing date for applications: 06/05/2015

 


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
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
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
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


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