Instructor will facilitate arts or general education experiences for youth and adults within classes, workshop, and special events. Instructor will work with diverse learners in a citywide program.
Facilitate youth and family arts or general education activities during daytime, ‘after-school’ hours and/or evenings, year-round.
Implement and develop class curriculum; working within class timeframe and allocated instructor hours and materials’ budget.
Select and order supplies and other materials for classes, events, and special projects.
Assist in the planning, development and organization of programming that focuses upon providing educational and social skills through arts or general education.
Help develop and implement youth and family programming that reaches underserved families in Salt Lake City.
Perform self- and class-evaluations.
Work independently at satellite class locations; maintain productive and professional relationship with site partners.
Develop successful relationships with participating youth and families.
Supervise volunteer support within class, when applicable.
May manage classroom facilities and related supplies inventory.
Perform other related duties as required.
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Dance, Music, Theatre, Film, Visual Art, Literature, Art Education, and a current Utah State Teaching Certificate.
Considerable knowledge of particular art form (i.e. Dance, Theatre, Fine Arts.) Experience with a range of methods and techniques. Ability to use creative and innovative approaches to arts or general education programming.
Experience working with youth and ability to deal with them in a positive way. Ability to communicate effectively with individuals from different social and ethnic backgrounds.