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Job Title: Teaching Artist
Employer: Resource Depot
Grade Level(s): K-8
Salary: Independant Contractor
Contact Person: Chelsea Odum
Address: 2510 Florida Ave
Phone: 561-882-0090 Ext 102
- HS Diploma and at least two years of college, or similar academic experience
- Experience and enjoyment of art & crafts
- Experience working with groups of youths ages K-12 in classroom-style settings
- Personally Supports Reduce, Reuse, Recycle movement & interest to help our environment
- Independent and organized, with the ability to meet reporting deadlines
- Will be asked to complete a background check
Resource Depot is seeking Teaching Artists for our after school program through Prime Time of Palm Beach County. Our teaching artists go out to local after school sites & conduct 6, 1 hour long classes through a span of 6 weeks. Looking for candidate who has a flexible schedule, as this is considered a part time, independent contractor position. All classes incorporate making projects with reused materials; each class is about having fun and engaging students to become advocates for the Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle movement. If interested please send a resume, and examples of project samples/work you have made recently to Chelsea Odum at email@example.com.
Title: Middle School Drama Director
Employer: North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts, Lee County Schools, Florida
Grade Level: 6-8
Salary: Starting at $40,000.00 +
Contact: Dr. Douglas Santini
Address: 1856 Arts Way
City: North Fort Myers
Job Title: Arts Integration Specialist (12 Month Position)
Employer: Duval County Public Schools
Grade Level(s): Prek-6th Grade
Salary: As Per Salary Schedule
Contact Person: Jeff Smith
Address: District Arts Office, 2924 Knights Lane East, Building #10
Phone: 904-739-4869 Ext. 1
- Collaborates with classroom teachers and teaching artists to design lessons and ensure the integrity of arts integration programs
- Provides input and support to principals and teachers relative to arts integration curriculum and instructional methodology.
- Works with academic services to prepare and implement curriculum materials and resources for varying grade levels.
- Participates in evaluation and selection of materials and equipment appropriate to teaching of assigned curriculum in the schools.
- Forges new partnerships and support existing partnerships between the arts integration schools and universities, community organizations, and other entities within the local arts community
- Support arts integration schools in managing high quality residencies, including meeting with the principal, arts team, or teaching artist, as well as in classroom observations.
- Visits schools on a regular basis to facilitate the implementation of arts integration-based instruction.
- Conducts classroom visits for the purpose of co-teaching and co-planning.
- Participates in the development and teaching of in-service courses in relation to arts integration content, methods, and strategies.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Title: Manager Of In-house Programs
Employer: Center For Creative Education, West Palm Beach
Grade Level: N/a
Salary: Commensurate With Experience
Contact: Jerry Crank
Address: 425 24th Street
City: West Palm Beach
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Under supervision of the Director of Programming, the Manager of In-House Programs will oversee and coordinate all In-House programs at the Center for Creative Education. The Manager will fully implement existing programs (specifically the Discover Series LOT 23 Community Artist Program) and will be responsible for developing, promoting, registering, implementing, managing, and evaluating new classes and programs at CCE. This position requires clear and frequent communication with the Directors of Fiscal Management, Facilities & Operations, and Marketing & Communications.
- Assure student safety concerning all in-house programs
- Recruit, select, and schedule appropriate instructors
- Arrange and align instructor training with programming goals
- Ensure that instructors have the tools, space, supplies and equipment needed
- Provide feedback to ensure high-quality, appropriate educational standards are being met
- Schedule partners, and cultural organizations and their tasks
- Develop and maintain registration material, recruit new students, provide program descriptions for grant requests and online materials/website
- Assist in developing volunteer base and coordinate room assignment, schedule, and set-up
- Communicate to the Director of Programming and/or relevant funders: project status, issues, problems, changes and progress
- Complete projects on time and within budget constraints while monitoring expenses
- Manage program activities including project planning, meetings, classes, reviews, demonstrations, assessments, and other project related events
- Manage payroll requests of all instructors and partners
- Monitor instructor hours and document
- Coordinate with external evaluator and facilitate deliverables and project objectives
- Collect and communicate data
- Achieve program objectives by adhering to established logic model and outcomes
- Present data timely and effectively
- Maintain and manage student applications, attendance and tuition payments.
- Communicate clearly CCE's
- In-House Policies and Procedures, program dates/times, special events, and invitations
- Inspire and motivate others to perform well
- Accept feedback from others
- Demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness
- Assess ways to improve and promote quality
- Apply feedback and formative data to improve program impact
- Seek increased responsibilities
- Display willingness to make responsible decisions yet include appropriate people in decision-making process
- Make timely decisions and use time efficiently
- Follow instructions, respond to management direction
- Take responsibility for own actions
- Keep commitments
- Maintain and insist on a professional environment
- Assist with all activities, events, and fundraisers that benefit the Center for Creative Education.
- Manage any and all visitor management systems Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
- Second shift or evening hours
- Master's Degree in a related field (Doctorate preferred)
- Curriculum Development and Instruction experience
- Teaching experience
- Minimum 2 years of program management experience
- Experience meeting program objectives
- Strong organizational, planning and analytical experience
- Write clearly and informatively
- Able to read and interpret written information.*
- Proficiency in MS Office Products
- Must successfully pass Level II background check and be cleared through the Department of Homeland Security *Fluency in Spanish and English preferred