Theatre Arts Instructor – Hiring

General Information

Location   79 Coddington St.
Quincy, MA 02169
United States
Employee Type   Non-Exempt PT
Job Category   Arts & Education

Description

The Theater Arts Instructor is an enthusiastic, creative, knowledgeable individual who will work with children ages 6-12. You will guide children through the process of learning their lines, stage direction, and putting on a small performance. This is an excellent job for college students who enjoy working with children and have a background in theater.

Requirements

  1.  PROGRAM EXECUTION
  • Selects and prepares lesson plans.
  • Identify materials/equipment that will be required for successful music lessons.
  • Presents class goals, and aids students on the safe handling instruments.
  • Demonstrates activities include movement, singing, and creating sounds with instruments.
  • Maintains a clean and safe student work space.
  1. MEMBERSHIP ENGAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT
  • Represent the YMCA and interact with members in a friendly, engaging and professional manner.
  • Educate members of all policies and procedures of the YMCA and arts department.
  • Build relationships with and among members.
  • Respond to inquiries and resolve problems. If unable to resolve, connect to correct person to resolve.
  • Create a safe and supportive community environment.
  • Present a professional manner through a neat and clean appearance and proper attire as outlined in the membership dress code policy.
  1. FACILITY MANAGEMENT
  • Maintain a clean and organized classroom space.
  • Record and report any faulty equipment and /or lapse of maintenance to the proper people.
  1. VOLUNTEER DEVELOPMENT
  • Builds and develops volunteer capacity, sharing the social responsibility.
  1. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT & SUPPORT
  • Assist in YMCA fund raising activities/events, and engage in collaborative relationships with community organizations in order to strengthen support and build community.
  • Diversified knowledge of various art forms, such as painting, sketching, sculpting and other art mediums.
  • Good teaching skills, which make classes interesting for pupils and encourages them to participate.
  • The ability to develop positive, effective working relationships with staff and supervisors.

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