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Art Teacher Secondary - POOL
Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools, Savannah, GA
Posted Sep 18, 2020
PRIMARY FUNCTION: To provide appropriate learning experiences and educational opportunities for each student assigned to the class. REPORTS TO: Principal SALARY SCHEDULE: Teacher WORK DAYS: 190 REQUIREMENTS: Education Level: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university Preferred: Advanced degree(s) Experience, Skill and Certification: Valid Georgia Teaching Certificate in the assigned teaching field (Art) ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Teaching Tasks 1. Provides Instruction a. Teaches at an appropriate instructional level b. Provides content development c. Builds for transfer 2. Assesses and Encourages Student Progress a. Promotes student engagement b. Monitors student progress c. Responds to both adequate and inadequate student progress d. Supports students 3. Manages the Learning Environment a. Uses time efficiently b. Maintains effective physical setting for instruction c. Maintains appropriate student behavior in the classroom General Duties and Responsibilities Follows professional practices consistent with school and district policies in working with students, students’ records, parents, and colleagues. Complies with school, district, and state administrative regulations and Board of Education policies. Demonstrates professional practices in teaching. Acts in a professional manner and assumes responsibility for the total school program, its safety and good order. Performs other duties as required based on the specific content area taught (such as content-area competitions, after-hours activities, and so on). Plans and coordinates purposeful assignments for paraprofessional(s), other supporting staff, and volunteer(s), and provides input to the administrative staff on the performance of these individuals. Performs other duties as required by the district, the school, or student need. Non-Essential Responsibilities A responsibility is considered to be “non-essential” (for the purposes of compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) if: it is shared between multiple incumbents in the job; or it could be performed by an employee in another job within the workgroup. Note the responsibility number from the list in the “Duties and Responsibilities” section for those responsibilities that could be considered “non-essential” based on this definition. Certain limited aspects of General Duties and Responsibilities items referenced in Section 1 (b) and (d) might be considered “non-essential” in a specific situation. Any request for accommodation must be reviewed on an “individual case” basis. Physical and Sensory Demands Most jobs in the District have physical and sensory demands that can be described by one of the two categories noted below. For jobs that require more physical or sensory effort, please list the requirements in this section. The category applicable for this position is listed below. CLASSROOM Employees in this category spend at least most of the workday in a typical classroom or related educational environment. There will be prolonged periods of standing or walking, and there may be frequent bending, stooping, or stretching. There are occasions that require the lifting or pulling of equipment or supplies. Reading, listening, writing, and speaking are requirements. There are few exceptional physical or sensory demands, but there may be occasions that require the lifting or restraint of a student.
Elementary Art Teacher - POOL
Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools, Savannah, GA
Posted Sep 18, 2020
PRIMARY FUNCTION: To provide appropriate learning experiences and educational opportunities for each student assigned to the class. REPORTS TO: Principal SALARY SCHEDULE: Teacher WORK DAYS: 190 REQUIREMENTS: Education Level: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university Preferred: Advanced degree(s) Experience, Skill and Certification: Valid Georgia Teaching Certificate in the assigned teaching field (Art) ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Teaching Tasks 1. Provides Instruction a. Teaches at an appropriate instructional level b. Provides content development c. Builds for transfer 2. Assesses and Encourages Student Progress a. Promotes student engagement b. Monitors student progress c. Responds to both adequate and inadequate student progress d. Supports students 3. Manages the Learning Environment a. Uses time efficiently b. Maintains effective physical setting for instruction c. Maintains appropriate student behavior in the classroom General Duties and Responsibilities Follows professional practices consistent with school and district policies in working with students, students’ records, parents, and colleagues. Complies with school, district, and state administrative regulations and Board of Education policies. Demonstrates professional practices in teaching. Acts in a professional manner and assumes responsibility for the total school program, its safety and good order. Performs other duties as required based on the specific content area taught (such as content-area competitions, after-hours activities, and so on). Plans and coordinates purposeful assignments for paraprofessional(s), other supporting staff, and volunteer(s), and provides input to the administrative staff on the performance of these individuals. Performs other duties as required by the district, the school, or student need. Non-Essential Responsibilities A responsibility is considered to be “non-essential” (for the purposes of compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) if: it is shared between multiple incumbents in the job; or it could be performed by an employee in another job within the workgroup. Note the responsibility number from the list in the “Duties and Responsibilities” section for those responsibilities that could be considered “non-essential” based on this definition. Certain limited aspects of General Duties and Responsibilities items referenced in Section 1 (b) and (d) might be considered “non-essential” in a specific situation. Any request for accommodation must be reviewed on an “individual case” basis. Physical and Sensory Demands Most jobs in the District have physical and sensory demands that can be described by one of the two categories noted below. For jobs that require more physical or sensory effort, please list the requirements in this section. The category applicable for this position is listed below. CLASSROOM Employees in this category spend at least most of the workday in a typical classroom or related educational environment. There will be prolonged periods of standing or walking, and there may be frequent bending, stooping, or stretching. There are occasions that require the lifting or pulling of equipment or supplies. Reading, listening, writing, and speaking are requirements. There are few exceptional physical or sensory demands, but there may be occasions that require the lifting or restraint of a student.
Upper Elementary Art Teacher, Half-Time
Fairfax County Public Schools - Fort Belvoir Upper Elem, Fort Belvoir, VA
Posted Sep 18, 2020
Fort Belvoir Upper Elem seeks a half-time upper elementary school teacher. Art Teacher, ES Fort Belvoir Upper Elem (Region-3) 50% Current FCPS employees: Transfer opportunities (i.e. IA to IA, teacher-scale to teacher-scale): Instructional staff interested in transferring to another FCPS school or work location should apply via FCPS Instructional Candidate Transfer Gateway. Position changes (i.e. IA to teacher, PHTA to IA): Complete the Art Teacher, ES (2020-2021) application application first, and then contact the school directly to request an interview. Please use the email address provided in the comments above, if applicable. Otherwise contact Jamey E Chianetta. External applicants: Complete the Art Teacher, ES (2020-2021) application first, and then contact the school directly to request an interview. Please use the email address provided in the comments above, if applicable. Otherwise contact Jamey E Chianetta.
Middle School Art Postiton
Brevard County Public Schools, Cocoa JR/SR, Cocoa, FL
Posted Sep 18, 2020
Cocoa High School seeks a FT middle school art teacher.
Short Term Elementary Art Teacher
Brevard County Public Schools, Cocoa, FL
Posted Sep 18, 2020
Endeavour Elementary School, Cocoa, FL Short Term Contract from 8/12/20-11/4/20. School hours are 7am-4pm Please send a copy of your resume to quick.kala@brevardschools.org
Elementary Art Teacher
Brevard County Public Schools, Titusville, FL
Posted Sep 18, 2020
Elementary Art teacher at Oak Park Elementary in Titusville, FL
2 Openings in Pinellas County, FL
Pinellas County Schools, Pinellas County, FL
Posted Aug 1, 2020
Below are the current art teaching position* openings recently posted on the PCS Job Board: Seminole High School (3-D courses for grades 9-12), 8401 131st St N, Seminole, Florida (click here to view the posting) Sunset Hills Elementary (grades K-5), 1347 Gulf Rd, Tarpon Springs, Florida (click here to view the posting) If you are interested in teaching art in our very arts-supportive district and community, as well as having reliable funding for quality student art supplies and equipment (thanks to the Pinellas Referendum), please apply through our PCS employment website. Elementary, middle school and high school art teaching positions occasionally appear from time-to-time on the PCS Job Board - but only for several days before closing. Make sure you apply for those you are interested as soon as possible (click here for directions). If you need assistance at any point, call our Human Resources Department at: 727-588-6281 or email Shaune Ferguson: fergusonsh@pcsb.org.
High School Art Opening
Ben Lomond High School, Ogden Schools, Ogden, UT
Posted Aug 1, 2020
Teach high school art at Ben Lomond High School in Ogden, Utah!
0.4 Art Teacher at El Dorado
El Dorado Community School, Santa Fe, NM
Posted Jun 18, 2020
Openings as of 6/18/2020 Certified • 2020-2021 SY: Teacher - 0.4 Art Teacher at El Dorado JobID: 4077 • * Position Type: Certified/Art • Date Posted: 6/17/2020 • Location: El Dorado • * Title: Teacher, 0.4 Elementary Art Work Unit: El Dorado Reports To: Principal /Art Coordinator Contract Length: 9 months Pay Schedule: Teacher Overtime Status: Exempt Hours: 7 hours/day Union Status: NEA Licensure: K-8 With Visual Arts Endorsement All positions with Santa Fe Public Schools require a post offer/pre-employment background check. Some positions have additional requirements as established by Federal or State Rules and Regulations. General Function: Provides an atmosphere which allows students to have opportunity to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical and psychological growth. Responsible for organizing and implementing an instructional program and for providing direct instruction in subject matter and skills that will result in student achievement in accordance with each student’s ability. Education/Training/Experience (Basic minimum requirements are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the District.) Minimum: Four year degree and valid K-8 New Mexico Teaching License with Visual Arts or New Mexico Specialty license with Visual Arts Endorsement. (or the ability to obtain such. Completion of Student teaching or Internship program. Preferred: At least one year’s previous teaching experience. Knowledge/Skills and Abilities: Demonstrated general knowledge of curriculum and instruction. Demonstrated knowledge of various routine tasks, duties and procedures and the ability to follow specific instructions with little or no previous experience. Ability to exercise considerable and sound judgment to instruct students and manage their behavior. Willingness to improve competency by periodically participating in some form of professional growth and to remain current with the latest developments in the profession. Ability to deal with various ethnic groups. Strong organization, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with students, peers and parents. Must have skill in oral and written communication. Needs the ability to perform duties with awareness of all District requirements and Board of Education policies. Able to work collaboratively to achieve the overall goals of the school and the District. Essential Job Functions All functions are performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, safety and environmental regulations, facility and computer security policies and procedures. Functions are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the organization. Current essential functions include the following: • Plans and implements a program of study that, as much as possible, meets the individual needs, interests and abilities of students and complies with State Department of Education Standards and Benchmarks plus the SFPS Board of Education goals and objectives. • Develops lesson plans and instructional material and provides individualized and small group instruction to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each pupil. • Ensures that the seven (7) Common Commitments established by the District are evident in direct instruction. • Delivers curriculum using adopted textbooks. • Translates lesson plans into developmentally appropriate learning experiences. • Communicates regularly with parents outside normal classroom day by means of newsletters, notes, phone calls, conferences, etc. • Establishes and maintains standards of pupil behavior to achieve an effective learning atmosphere. • Evaluates pupils' academic and social growth, keeps appropriate records and prepares progress reports. • Identifies pupil needs and makes appropriate referrals and develops strategies for individual education plans (IEPs). • Is available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the instructional day. • Plans and coordinates the work of paraprofessionals, parents, and volunteers in the classroom and on field trips. • Provides individualized and small group instruction to adapt the curriculum to the needs of the student. • Creates an environment for learning through functional and attractive displays interest centers and exhibits of student's work. • Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment. • Collaborates with peers to develop common assessments. • Models professional and ethical standards when dealing with students, parents, peers, and community. • Performs other related duties as assigned. Salary Range: Based on education, experience, and level of NM Teaching License. Tier 1 License: $41,000+ Tier 2 License: $50,000+ Tier 3 License: $60,000+ Resources Used in Performing Job Include (but are not limited to): A wide variety of instructional materials and resources including electronic/digital equipment Physical/Cognitive Requirements: Regularly required to stand; move throughout the room and/or facility; communicate verbally and electronically; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, and/or crawl. Occasionally required to sit, climb, and balance, and drive. Regularly required to lift or exert force of up to 25 pounds; frequently required to lift or exert force of up to 50 pounds; and occasionally required to lift or exert force of up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required include close vision, distance vision, color vision and the ability to adjust focus. Environmental Conditions: The noise level is usually moderate. Occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions. Occasionally required to travel to other facilities within the District. Personal Accountability: • Demonstrates reliability as evidenced by attendance records and punctuality • Properly notifies supervisor and/or designee of absences or tardiness • Begins and completes work within the allotted time • Consistently appears in attire appropriate to the work environment • Demonstrates skill in the use of equipment including its capabilities, limitations and appropriate/special application • Protects the District’s resources through appropriate and careful use of supplies and equipment • Utilizes appropriate body mechanics to aid in the prevention of muscle strain/injury
Art Teacher - Elementary School
Tahoe Expedition Academy, Truckee, CA
Posted Jun 18, 2020
2020-2021 School Year • In order to provide the appropriate collaboration time necessary to execute on the vision, full-time program faculty will begin the 2020-2021 school year on August 3. The time will be utilized for PD, collaborative prep time, tuning protocols, and moving. Full-time program faculty will have the week of August 31st off to rest before starting back with students on September 8, 2020. Overview: Who We Are At TEA, we believe • . ..Education should be designed to unleash the infinite power of young people so they can make a positive impact in the world, right here and right now • ...Education must be designed to adapt to and evolve with our changing world • ...that failure and challenges should be embraced in a learning environment that encourages young people to explore, experiment, and take healthy risks • ...in connecting academics and emotional learning with the most meaningful real world challenges of our time and place • ...in using cultural competency to make a more just and equitable world • ...all stakeholders must embrace the uncomfortable and unknown of this iterative project in human potential • ...innovative work happens in collaborative spaces • ...educators must teach students HOW to think but not WHAT to think. • ...educators must teach and model perseverance, resilience, initiative, growth mindset, and integrity to develop young people who are badasses with hearts of gold • ....we must have a yes and mindset to be achieve our mission and vision • ...teachers can be a driving force behind innovation and change in education Who is Right for this TEAm? TEA is on the lookout for dynamic educators, project managers, professionals, and innovators who want to join us on our vision to design education for today s changing world so we can empower creative problem solvers with a social conscience. TEA is looking for individuals from diverse backgrounds who are committed to working towards a more just and equitable society. If you feel this vision speaks to you and you have something to offer our communiTEA, please apply and well keep you in our thoughts as we continue to evolve and add to our team of creative and impassioned educators. Primary Role: Our Art Teacher is responsible for delivering high quality art education to all Pre-k through 5th grade students. We are seeking someone that is passionate and knowledgeable about art education, and that is able to create an engaging and holistic curriculum for our students. This is a full-time position. This role will be working in close partnership with our crew leaders (teachers) and other enrichment teachers. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, building strong relationships with students/ teachers/ parents, creating lesson plans, grading/ report cards, supporting coverage and other teacher duties, engaging in professional development and faculty meetings, professional and prompt communication, and other duties as needed. A TEAm Member: • Comes from diverse backgrounds in order to infuse our program with multiple perspectives and to help our students develop our learner outcomes. • Is someone that believes in and inspires our students to regularly get out of their comfort zones (intellectually, emotionally, and physically), where the learning happens. • Embraces being pushed out of their own comfort zone to model for students. • Understands each student is different, hence differentiates curriculum and works with students to bring their passion for learning alive. • Identifies and supports students social, emotional, academic, and behavior learning needs. • Collaborates well with a variety of teams to plan, document, implement, assess, and reflect on projects, curriculum, fieldwork. • Understands they are part of a bigger picture and that it takes an all hands on deck approach to deliver on TEA s vision and mission. • Loves to facilitate learning and build skills through a variety of ways, including hands-on, real-life learning. • Is proactive in planning logistics, such as scheduling, fieldwork, experts • Is a steward of the campus, the program and our philosophy • Thrives when building real-world, authentic learning experiences that connect to real life to build intrinsic motivation, enduring understanding, and real-world skills for students. • Has a high level of self-motivation and follow-through, the tenacity to persevere and the ability to improvise and create quickly and creatively. • Is a lifelong learner, constantly seeking opportunities to develop personally, and to help better others. • Has a strong ability to provide and accept coaching and feedback from peers and school leadership. • Is inspired to push learning outside the traditional four walls of school to work with experts, push kids out of their comfort zone and teach students to grapple with real-world problems. • Has a strong character that is able to professionally connect with students and parents and collaborates effectively as a TEAcher TEAm to develop creative and integrated learning experiences. • Demonstrates a high level of resilience and emotional intelligence. • Identifies problems and actively solves them in order to better the organization, the team, and the student experience. • Is willing, able, and excited to utilize longitudinal tools provided such as TEArs, GradeBook and project planning documents in order to better support the Lab School • Utilizes exemplary strategies and techniques that meet the needs of individual students, groups, and classes in a highly responsive, student-centered, and inclusive manner. • Understands that the world is not stagnant so education needs to keep growing and changing to prepare students for whatever life throws their way. • Is passionate about changing education in their lifetime for the purpose of inspiring students to make a positive and lasting impact on the world. Experience • Prior experience in a commensurate field that can be applied to an educational framework. This does not have to be a teaching background, but should apply to the content being taught (i.e., film production background can teach film). Competencies and Qualifications Successful candidates will show a high level of competency in the following areas: • Resilience and emotional intelligence. • Positive, proactive, and professional communications and conflict management resolution skills and resiliencies. • Show evidence of exemplary strategies and techniques that meet the needs of individual students, groups, and/or classes/groups of students in a highly responsive and inclusive manner. • Have strong, creative and optimistic ideas and implementation strategies for Behavior Management. • Must be able to reflect critically upon professional experiences in order to enhance professional effectiveness, contribute to the development of a learning community, as well as engage in a variety of professional learning activities that promote and/or enhance the development of that learning community. • Participate in curriculum development and/or program teamwork, and provide leadership in the school by assuming a key role in school development processes. • Establish partnerships with students, colleagues, parents, as well as facilitate teamwork within the school community to support student learning. • Show an optimistic attitude toward parent engagement and interaction. Enjoy Unique Benefits • Practice and help invent progressive education with a purpose, while enjoying the freedom and independence to engage in new learning methods, projects and experiment with your ideas. • Be a member of an inspirational and intellectual environment. • Contribute to a mission bigger than ourselves to impact education on a national scale. • Earn a competitive salary, health insurance and other benefits
Art Teacher - San Diego
KIPP SoCal Public Schools (KIPP SoCal), San Diego, CA
Posted Jun 18, 2020
Art Teacher - San Diego Our school district will exhibit at the DIVERSITY in Ed Virtual Teacher Recruitment Fair on April 15, 2020 and would like to meet you. Please register and visit our booth. About Us KIPP SoCal Public Schools (KIPP SoCal) is a nonprofit organization that operates tuition-free, open-enrollment, public charter schools focused on preparing students in systemically under-resourced communities in Southern California for choice filled lives. In July 2019, KIPP LA Public Schools and KIPP San Diego Public Schools united to become KIPP SoCal Public Schools to better meet the needs of our students. We currently operate 19 schools, educate approximately 8,200 students and support an additional 4,300 alumni who are attending high school and college. The Art Teacher plans, implements, and reflects upon classroom instruction in order to realize the mission of the school. The teacher reports to and is evaluated by the School Leader. The Opportunity Teach the knowledge and skills, nurture the confidence and character, and inspire the passion needed for our students to achieve their goals, live their best lives, and positively impact the world Create eight step lesson plans thoroughly and prepare needed materials for an effective lesson consistently Utilize a variety of instructional strategies based on the diverse needs of all the students that engage all students Develop and administer a variety of assessments to measure students’ growth towards goals and to monitor students mastery of the content standards Analyze informal and formal student assessment results and use this information to drive and inform instruction Communicate and collaborate professionally with teammates, parents, and community members Implement classroom management techniques to create a nurturing and structured classroom environment and structure Maintain high expectations for students academic achievement and conduct Value and draw upon students’ experiences and backgrounds Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution of higher learning requiredPassing score on the California Basic Skills Test (CBEST) or basic skills equivalency is required Possession of a valid preliminary or clear single subject teaching credential in Art preferred 2 years of lead teaching experience preferred The Perks Very competitive compensation package inclusive of a generous benefits package 100% of healthcare premium costs covered by employer, dependents added at 50% of cost Employer paid KIPP LA life insurance 401(k) plan with up to 6% match by KIPP SoCal Voluntary Benefits (Supplemental Life, Accident, Short Term Disability, Pet Insurance, etc.) Generous time off program includes 22 holidays and sick leave Other great benefits (Flexible spending account, EAP, tuition reimbursement for dependents, etc
Art Teacher (eligibility pool for 2020-21 school year)
Sweetwater Union High School District, Chula Vista, CA
Posted Jun 18, 2020
Imagine a school district that wins the San Diego County Academic Decathlon eight years in a row, that guarantees a college education to entire grade levels of children and where students excel in the arts as well as the classroom. At the Sweetwater Union High School District, our students and staff members have accomplished those feats and many more. Founded in 1920, the district has grown to more than 40,000 students in grades 7 through 12 and more than 22,000 adult learners. The district’s 30 campuses are located in the cities of Chula Vista, Imperial Beach, National City and San Diego. Mission: Located in the heart of an international border community, Sweetwater District ensures a safe, inclusive, collaborative culture that empowers each student to actively engage in a meaningful educational experience to pursue personal and academic success. Belief Statements: We believe each student can succeed. We believe in a welcoming community that is inclusive equitable, and promotes positive academic, social, and emotional well-being. We believe relationships and collaboration matter. We believe resources shall be equitably distributed to ensure the success of each student. We believe in the value of community voice in decision-making. We believe in a culture of trust based on integrity and transparency. SUHSD BP 4030: The Sweetwater Union High School District shall be free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying against an individual or group based on age; gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; sex, actual or potential parental, family, or marital status that treats students differently on the basis of sex; race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.The Board of Trustees is determined to provide employees and job applicants a safe, positive environment where they are assured full and equal employment access and opportunities, protection from harassment, intimidation, bullying, and freedom from fear of retaliation for asserting their rights in accordance with that law. The Board shall promote programs that ensure discriminatory practices are eliminated in all district activities. Job Information Date Posted: 4/1/2020 Application Deadline: 3/31/2021 11:50 PM Pacific Employment Type: Full and Part Time Length of Work Year: 187 days Salary: $47,365 - $106,297 Number Openings: (At time of posting) Not Specified Contact: Maricela Reyes Email: maricela.reyes@sweetwaterschools.org Phone: 619-619-5504 Job Description / Essential Elements: Print View all Job Descriptions using the "Sweetwater Job Descriptions" Link Requirements / Qualifications Applicants must have an authorization to teach English Language Learners in order to be considered for the position. All required documents MUST be scanned prior to applying for this position. Incomplete applications will not be considered. • Credential Copy • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3 letters required) • Other (Copy of Basic Skills Requirement) • Resume Comments and Other Information Selected applicants may be called for an interview in the event positions become available in your area of interest. At the time of employment other documents will be required such as official transcripts. Applicants must register their credential with the San Diego County Office of Education. For applicants currently enrolled in a teacher preparation program must have proof of completion at the time of hire. “The Sweetwater Union High School District shall be free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying against an individual or group based on age; gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; sex, actual or potential parental, family, or marital status that treats students differently on the basis of sex; race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.” SUHSD Board Policy 4030
Artistic Director
DreamWrights Center for Community Arts, York, PA
Posted Jun 18, 2020
JOB PURPOSE In collaboration with the Executive Director, responsible for conceiving, developing, and implementing the artistic vision and focus of the organization and translate it into creative programming utilizing the performing arts as the platform. This individual will have oversight of the yearly productions and educational camp and class programming. FT salaried position. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Oversight of Yearly Productions: • Provide direction and framework of DW core values as related to productions. • Select an annual season of plays and musicals for both mainstage and studio. • Create annual production calendar to include auditions, callbacks, production team meetings, rehearsals and performance dates, production headshots, promotional photos and production photography. • Secure licensing and oversee royalty payments for all productions. • Supervise Costume Coordinator and Technical Director • Recruit supervise, and mentor volunteer Guest Directors, Music Directors, Choreographers, Costume Designers, Properties Designers, Production Stage Managers and Assistant Stage Managers. • Coordinate the artistic elements of each production with all members of the Production Teams. • Assist with auditions, callbacks and casting. • Direct three or more annual productions as schedule allows. • Create and provide continuing education opportunities for Guest Directors. • Collaborate with Marketing Coordinator to prepare all audition scheduling, audition forms and materials, rehearsal and crew schedules, callback and casting information. • Collaborate with Marketing Coordinator to publicize and promote all productions. • Coordinate with Office Administrator on production team contacts, code of conduct, and background checks. • Review content for weekly Company emails and send to Office Administrator for messaging. • Represent DreamWrights as welcome spokesperson at Information Sessions at start of each production. • Secure television appearances on Fox43. Work with Producer, actors, and all members of the production team to ensure smooth process. • Create content for annual brochure and other production related marketing pieces. Education - Camps/Classes/Workshops: • Provide direction and framework of DW core values as related to camps, classes and workshops. • Develop and schedule annual slate of camps, classes and workshops. • Share professional expertise by teaching onsite and offsite classes and workshops for students of all ages as schedule allows. • Recruit, supervise and evaluate qualified Teaching Artists. • Oversee camp scholarship program: applications and awards. • Supervise teen camp counselors. Community Collaborations: • Act as a spokesperson for the DreamWrights’ artistic programs through speaking engagements, and at fundraising events and donor solicitations, as requested. • Foster the development of good relations with other community organizations by participating in meetings and joint activities where appropriate. • Identify potential outreach opportunities that take DreamWrights’ programs beyond the theatre and into the community. Management and Administration: • Assist the Executive Director with budget development for all program areas. • Track and report revenues and expenses related to programming. • Coordinate the scheduling of all programming related activities. • Adhere to DW by laws, policies and procedures. DIRECT REPORTS Costume Coordinator Technical Director Guest Directors Music Directors Choreographers Production Stage Managers Assistant Stage Managers Scenic Designers Costume Designers Properties Designers Teaching Artists Qualifications Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre or related subject area or minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience in the field; Key Competencies: • Ability to work with, mentor and engage volunteers of all ages. • Demonstrated creativity in developing production and education programming in the performing arts arena. • Flexibility and the ability to simultaneously manage multiple projects. • Strong verbal and written communication skills. • Ability to work in a collaborative learning environment that emphasizes the creative process as well as the final product. • Committed to continuing education. • Familiarity or willingness to learn Microsoft Office platforms and Arts People ticketing, registration and database system. WORKING CONDITIONS Evening and weekend work required
Visual Art Educator - Inver Grove Heights Middle School
Inver Grove Heights Community Schools, Inver Grove Heights, MN
Posted Jun 16, 2020
Description: This is a part-time (0.8 FTE) position as a visual arts teacher working at Inver Grove Heights Middle School. Required Qualifications: Bachelors degree in educational field. Licensed by the State of Minnesota to teach visual arts for grades 6-8. Relevant experience to position. Responsibilities: Curriculum and Instruction: Demonstrate solid content knowledge and pedagogical practices that reflect current research and best practices. Teach district approved curriculum without proselytizing to students about his/her own cultural, political, religious, or philosophical beliefs. Create instructional goals that are connected to standards, are measurable, establish high expectations, and are relevant to students’ lives Deliver differentiated instruction that supports student differences, learning needs, and exceptionalities. Implement learning activities that are highly relevant, student active, and maintain organization while allowing for student choice. Provide student assessments that are congruent with learning goals and are used to help students’ progress toward mastery of standards. Create and maintain a classroom environment that promotes caring and respect, is conducive to effective learning and meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of students. Establish clear standards and classroom procedures for student behavior that address individual needs in a respectful and preventative manner. Address the needs of 21st century learners through the integration of technology into classroom instruction and student learning activities. Monitor and assess student progress through both formative and summative assessments and adjust student instruction accordingly. Provide feedback to students and parents that is accurate, constructive, substantive, specific, timely, and provided in a manner that promotes students’ learning. Display accurate knowledge of the diverse cultures of students and consistently demonstrate understanding of cultural influences on student’s behavior and success. Demonstrate awareness of the impact of culture and race on the achievement gaps and regularly uses formative and summative data to make instructional decisions including the use of differentiated instructional strategies that are culturally responsive and meet students’ learning needs Adapts curriculum to reflect multicultural content and perspectives Professional Responsibilities: Establish and maintain effective and professional relationships with students, peers, and parents. Demonstrate effective written and oral communication with parents/guardians that displays cultural sensitivity. Display positive leadership and make substantial contributions at both the building and district level on projects, initiatives, and curriculum improvement. Seek out professional development opportunities and apply knowledge of current research and theory to instructional program. Collaborate with others to improve professional practice and student achievement. Care for district resources, equipment, and materials assigned to him/her and report concerns regarding facility and equipment to designated supervisor. Be knowledgeable of and adhere to all procedures and practices prescribed in the Teacher, Student, and/or Parent Handbooks. Understand and practice School Board policies and adhere to federal and state laws that apply to his/her job assignment. Provide direction and supervision for all school activities to which he/she is assigned. Perform all other duties and responsibilities as assigned by their supervisor or district administrator. Pay and Benefits: Inver Grove Heights Community Schools offers a competitive and comprehensive teacher salary and benefit package (attached).
Art Teacher - Visual Art / Photography (2020-21)
Roanoke City Public Schools, Roanoke , VA
Posted Jun 16, 2020
Roanoke City Public Schools 40 Douglass Ave NW, Roanoke, VA 24012 Applicants must hold - or be eligible for - teacher licensure with an endorsement in Art. Roanoke City Public Schools is an urban school division serving a k-12 student population of 13,100 in 17 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 2 senior high schools, Forest Park Academy, Noel C Taylor Learning Academy, and Roanoke Valley Governor's School. A staff of 2,100 is employed in the division. RCPS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, disability or national origin. RCPS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. For inquiries regarding employment non-discrimination policies please contact Human Resources at 540-853-2502. Must hold a license issued by any agency. The license position area must be in one of the following areas: Art, Photography. The license status must be active or about to graduate from a state-approved teacher preparation program.
Teacher - Elementary Art (67% Mills/33% Linder) 2020-2021 School Year
Austin Independent School District, Austin, TX
Posted Jun 12, 2020
Position Type: 01 - Teacher/Teacher: Elem Other: Art Date Posted: 5/28/2020 Location: Mills ES Date Available: 08/11/2020 For Fiscal Year: 2020-2021
Visiting Full-Time Faculty One-Year Appointment with Benefits, General First Year for Illustration, Computer Animation and Game Art
Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL
Posted Jun 12, 2020
Ringling College of Art and Design has established an exciting curriculum with unique courses in the first year for every degree program. In order to meet the needs of this academic vision, the College is seeking candidates that are broadly qualified and passionate about teaching primarily introduction courses in a collaborative environment. Candidates should have the expertise and ability to teach and incorporate the competencies and instructional skill sets for at least two of the introductory level courses listed below. • Figure Drawing Anatomy Expressive Gestures Sequential Gestures Café Drawing Both nude and clothed figures • Perspective Drawing Observational and Theoretical Knowledge of Photoshop • Landscape Drawing/Painting Observational Perspective Light and Color • 2D Color and Design Basic elements and principles of 2D design Fundamentals of color theory Knowledge of Photoshop • 3D Design Elements and principles of 3D design Knowledge of modeling figures and characters in clay, building interior fantasized environments (Illustration) Or knowledge of Maya (Computer Animation) Or knowledge of perforce, Maya, Photoshop, Substance Painter Unreal, Chrome (Game Art) • Visual Storytelling is incorporated into all classes. This is a visiting full-time appointment with benefits for academic year 2020-21. Active participation with faculty and department meetings is required. The teaching responsibility is three courses or nine credits per semester and the service period is the academic year beginning the fall semester of 2020 through spring 2021. The salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience. The anticipated start date is August 2020. Ringling College has a supportive, collegial faculty, a curriculum that strongly values excellence, and a robust support system dedicated to using the most current technology.
Online English Teacher
Vip Kid, Anywhere, CA (Remote)
Posted Jun 12, 2020
Teach english online to students all over the world with Vip Kid. Work when you want, where you want - with no commitment or minimum hours. No lesson planning. Our platform allows you to focus on what you love - teaching kids. Teaching kids is its own reward. But the money doesn’t hurt.
Art Director
Pearson, San Francisco, CA
Posted Jun 12, 2020
We’re looking for Art Directors that are storytellers and creators, using design to bring interactive educational ideas to life. They drive projects into new areas with interactive thinking, working with Learning and Instructional Designers to be the yin to their yang. They are design fundamentalists, but approach projects with open and innovative mindsets.
Success Coach
Pearson, San Antonio, TX
Posted Jun 11, 2020
The Success Coaches’ primary responsibility is to build an effective, trusting relationship with each student that ultimately promotes student persistence. This includes communicating with the student in an effective manner, assessing student risk factors and responding accordingly. The Success coach is responsible for working with enrollment, academic and student support teams to ensure students are progressing well through the program, driving retention and program completion. The Success Coach will proactively engage with each student a minimum of once a month to ensure timely progress through the courses on their degree plan.
Regional Sales Manager, West Coast Territory
The Art of Education University, Osage, IA
Posted Jun 11, 2020
The Art of Education University (AOEU) is seeking a Regional Sales Manager who will play an instrumental role in presenting and introducing our enterprise solutions to both mid- and large-sized K-12 school districts. This position involves developing and managing opportunities within the West Coast Territory, delivering on an assigned quota, completing assignments or projects as needed, and always representing customers and AOEU’s best interests.
Education Business Consultant - Remote
PowerSchool, Anywhere, CA (Remote)
Posted Jun 11, 2020
The Education Business Consultant is responsible for partnering with our clients to help them achieve success for their students, teachers, and their overall education business. The Education Business Consultant will use industry best practices and the PowerSchool family of products to drive our customers to achieve their goals. This role will partner with educational organizations, collective academic governing bodies and school administrators, to consult on aspects of education business including but not limited to budgeting, quality control, personnel management, computer network, internet and database administration, and legal and regulatory compliance. Strengthening the understanding and adoption of their products to provide measurable markers of success and ensure continued valued partnership long term.