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Job titleMembership Service Specialist
Job descriptionJob description EdTA seeks a Membership Service Specialist to perform day-to-day customer support and data processing. This is a full-time entry level position with benefits. This individual will have frequent interaction with members, non-members, and staff. Summary of basic duties and responsibilities The Membership Service Specialist answers phones, processes an array of transactions, responds to emails, problem solves, and supports fulfillment of member benefits in many ways. Specialists frequently facilitate successful website navigation for members and non-members. Excellent and accurate communication and computer skills are essential. Knowledge of theatre is a plus. • Answers telephone calls and provides prompt, courteous, complete service to members and non-members of the Association. Provides comparable level of professional service with respect to fax, mail, e-mail, and other communications with the Association. Routes incoming calls to Association staff as needed. • Enters batches of dues, registration, subscription, merchandise order and other transactions to the association management software modules. • Reviews and approves web transactions submitted to the Association website: Schooltheatre.org. • Facilitates successful member navigation of the Association website and online transactions. • Maintains Association database and records according to established procedures and standards. • Creates new records for members and non-members. • Updates existing records as needed. • Files source documents. • Adds notes to records to ensure an activity audit trail exists and to support referral by others in the future. • Fulfills membership benefits (membership cards, certificates, etc.). • Process claims for lost magazines, resolve subscription problems, make subscription changes, send back issues, etc. as needed. • May serve as liaison with select Association vendors. • Provides recruitment information to prospective members. • Consults with troupe directors and serves as a reference on membership and troupe management issues. • Makes follow-up contact with prospective members to answer questions and encourage membership. • Fulfills requests for Association information and supplies from members. • Assists with monthly billing as needed. • Assists with mailings as needed. • May serve as backup to the Inventory and Shipping Coordinator for daily mail procedures including receiving incoming mail, opening, date stamping, sorting, routing, metering, etc. • Responsible for checking, monitoring, maintaining, and clearing the Association’s automated telephone system. • May be asked to travel on behalf of the Association. • Performs other duties as assigned by authorized co-workers.
QualificationsEDUCATION REQUIRED: High school diploma. Theatre education is helpful. Basic knowledge of accounting is helpful. SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS • Strong customer service skills and experience • Strong organization, multi-tasking, and time management skills • Very strong verbal and written communication skills • Self-motivated self-starter • High degree of accuracy is necessary • Excellent keyboarding skills required (60 WPM minimum) • Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality and good judgment • Positive, team-oriented attitude • Knowledge of and experience in theatre is a strong plus COMPUTER SYSTEMS USED: Microsoft Windows, Excel, Word, Outlook, and Internet Explorer. Adobe Acrobat a plus. Association Management Software experience desired.
Pay benefits and work scheduleNonexempt; Regular full-time with benefits including health insurance.
About hiring institutionThe Educational Theatre Association (EdTA) is a professional organization for theatre education with approximately 90,000 members nationwide. EdTA’s mission is shaping lives through theatre education by: Honoring student achievement in theatre and enriching their theatre education experience; Supporting teachers by providing professional development, networking opportunities, resources, and recognition; and Influencing public opinion that theatre education is essential and builds life skills. EdTA operates the International Thespian Society (ITS), an honorary organization that has inducted over 2 million theatre students since its founding in 1929.
How to applyPlease submit cover letter, résumé, salary history and/or requirements to: EdTA, Attn: HR Manager, 2343 Auburn Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45219 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
Contact name: HR Manager
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Deadline: July 26, 2013
Job titleTheatre Instructor
Job descriptionExceptional candidates are invited to join the Kids’ Theatre Works! team to teach across locations in the UAE. We are currently now in our 12th year of providing unique and quality Drama and Musical Theatre classes after school, offering the majority of our students twice yearly performance opportunities and Drama camps. Kids’ Theatre Works! is looking to expand into working with schools in a variety of ways and introducing the Trinity Guildhall examinations. We wish to appoint professionally qualified Drama and/or Musical Theatre practitioners with teaching experience to work with children ranging in age from 3 to 18. You should have early years experience, great references and be reliable, enthusiastic and passionate about inspiring young people through Drama. You should also have experience in developing drama programmes, working with other teachers and putting on productions. Trinity Guildhall examination experience would be an asset. Musical Theatre candidates should have choreography experience and the ability to play the piano would be beneficial but not essential.
QualificationsTeaching experience is essential, and professional teaching qualifications would be an asset. The company is popular with the early years especially, so an interest in teaching children of that age would be necessary.
Pay benefits and work scheduleIt is a full time teaching position, therefore work visas are included. Please email careers@kidstheatreworks for a full breakdown of the package.
About hiring institutionKids Theatre Works! has been operating in Dubai for nearly 12 years. It is an after school Drama and Musical Theatre program for 3-18 year olds. Please visit www.kidstheatreworks.com for more information about the school.
How to applyFor full job descriptions and package information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. CVs will be considered until the position is filled. Successful candidates will be expected to start mid August 2013.
Contact name: Keda Zeat Kane
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Job titleTeaching Artist
Job descriptionEast LA Classic Theatre is looking to hire Teaching Artists in the Philadelphia area to teach a theatre-based summer residency to youth in a local charter school to begin on June 24th, 2013. A minimum of two years experience teaching theatre-based educational programming to youth is preferred. Only candidates with a Bachelors degree will be considered. Rate of pay is $30/hr. The residency will be a total of 70 hours of work for the summer. Bi-lingual is a plus but not required. Interested parties should submit a resume and cover letter to Megan.firstname.lastname@example.org About East LA Classic Theatre and Language in Play East LA Classic Theatre (ECT) is a nationally-recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to meeting the needs of low income, at-risk communities through engaging theatre-based educational programs that support strong schools and healthy communities. ECT was founded in 1995 by a group of Latinos prominent in the entertainment industry to address the cultural and educational needs of the region’s minority communities. ECT works primarily with underserved, low and moderate-income families and at-risk children and youth throughout Southern California. East L.A. Classic Theatre encourages students, families and educators to be life-long active learners who continuously develop an appreciation for the arts while discovering the power of self-expression, creativity, and a determination to succeed. Language In Play (LIP) is a 64-hour theatre-based literacy program. LIP encourages students to think critically, communicate effectively, work collaboratively and embrace their own personal voice. Particularly effective with English language learners, LIP draws on the students’ personal experiences as well as an experiential dramatic process to strengthen core academic skills. This holistic educational approach includes an exploration of various dramatic texts (including Shakespeare), reflective journaling, and dramatic writing exercises culminating in the creation and performance of original dramatic works that are culturally responsive and reflect personal identity and experience. Students explore the dramatic process from idea to page to stage while developing the academic and life skills necessary for personal and academic effectiveness. Students emerge from the program with more confidence in their capability to learn at school, a greater sense of personal accomplishment, and a stronger understanding of how to communicate for success.
QualificationsBachelor's Degree or Higher Experience in education with youth
Pay benefits and work schedule$30/hr for 72 hours of work June 24th through July 19th
About hiring institutionSee 'Job Description'
How to applyEmail cover letter and resume to Megan.Morrison@eastlaclassic.org
Contact name: Megan Morrison
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Deadline: June 21, 2013
Job titleTheater Arts Teacher
LocationCopperas Cove, TX / SC Lee JHS
QualificationsEducation/Certification: Theater Arts 6-12 Bachelor’s degree from accredited university Valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements or required training for subject and level assigned Demonstrated competency in the core academic subject area assigned
Pay benefits and work schedule$42,000.00 - $54,550.00 / Per Year
About hiring institutionhttp://www.ccisd.com/Domain/372
How to applyhttps://copperas.cloud.talentedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=963
Contact name: Patrick Crawley
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: June 27, 2013
Job titleHead Theatre Director
LocationAlief ISD - Houston, Texas
Job descriptionTheatre director of a large 5A High School, Hastings High School, located on the west side of Houston, Texas. Duties include, recruiting, management and production of fall musical and UIL one act plays.
QualificationsHigh school experience preferred. Minimum of 3-5 years of experience directing theatre in public schools.
Pay benefits and work scheduleCompetitive Teachers Salary - based on 2013-2014 Teacher Salary Schedule http://www.aliefisd.net/
About hiring institutionAlief Hastings High School is a large and diverse campus with over 4,000 students. The theatre program is growing and has the potential to be truly great.
How to applyhttp://www.aliefisd.net/ - Apply online through the district website. And send resumes and references to Jennifer Parker, Coordinating principal of Hastings High School.
Contact name: Jennifer Parker
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Deadline: June 22, 2013
Job titleTechnical Theatre Specialist
LocationHopewell Valley Central High School, Pennington, NJ
Job description2013-2014 School Year Anticipated Opening - Technical Theatre Specialist 1. High school diploma/BA in Technical Theatre, preferred. 2. Minimum two years experience in college/regional/professional technical theatre. 3. Proven experience with the currently installed sound and lighting systems necessary to operate and maintain the High School Performing Arts Center. 4. Proven experience in the production and design of sound and/or lighting/set design for live events. 5. Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills interacting with all levels of staff. 6. Ability to transport school property in personal vehicle, climb a 17-foot ladder, and lift 50 pounds over their head.
QualificationsPlease see above
Pay benefits and work scheduleFull-time Position. Salary and Benefits TBD.
About hiring institutionHopewell Valley Central High School is a Grades 9-12 school consisting of approximately 1,250 students. It is located in Pennington, NJ just west of Princeton, NJ. The community is 90 minutes from New York City and 40 minutes from Center City Philadelphia.
How to applyHuman Resources Department Hopewell Valley Regional School District 425 S. Main Street Pennington, NJ 08534 by fax: 609.737.3305 by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - attach letter and resume Peter J. Griffin, Supervisor of Visual and Performing Arts Hopewell Valley Central High School 259 Pennington-Titusville Road Pennington, NJ 08534 email@example.com
Contact name: Peter J. Griffin
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: July 01, 2013
Job titleDrama Teacher
LocationIndiana Area Senior High School, Indiana, PA
Job descriptionDrama Teacher PA-Indiana Application instructions can be found in the job’s description. About the Job Drama Teacher PA Certified Teacher with Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Theater and Production, Director and Design Experience. Send PA standard application, resume, cover letter, PA Teaching Certification (copy), transcripts, Act 34, 114, and 151 clearances, and letters of recommendation to: Dr. Mark A. Gross, Indiana Area School District 501 East Pike Indiana PA 15701. Applications received by June 10, 2013 are assured a review Application instructions can be found in the job’s description.
Qualificationssee above: person with a Language Arts, Communications, English certification most desirable Must be able to direct and design production needs including lights and sound.
Pay benefits and work schedulenegotiable pay / benefits with contract Work 5 days a week plus evenings for concerts and shows and events scheduled in the theatre. Supplemental contracts for directing, choreographing and coordinating the drama program
About hiring institutionIndiana Senior High School is a 4 year high school grades 9-12. It has a drama program that is well established in the community. The theatre season includes three plays and one musical per year. The Dramatics Coordinator is expected to direct the musical and at least one of the three plays. The other two plays can be hired out to a guest director. Extra-duty extra pay is included for directing the plays, the musical, and coordinating the program. Extra duty extra pay is also included for a technical director and choreographer as well as support staff for the musical such as orchestra conductor and vocal director. Last year IHS Drama performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
How to applysee above under job description Applications received prior to June 10 have a better chance for an interview.
Contact name: Dr. Mark Gross
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Deadline: June 10, 2013
Job titleDrama Teacher
LocationSt. Michael Catholic School, Houston, TX.
Job descriptionSt. Michael Catholic School seeks a part-time teacher of Drama beginning August, 2013. Though primarily a Middle School position (grades 6 – 8), there may be opportunities to interact and work with students in the elementary grades for specific projects and programs. . Primary Responsibilities • Teach drama classes in the middle school (during the school day and after school) • Assist in preparing students for speech tournaments (several weekend tournaments) • Direct spring production (after school rehearsals) • Work collaboratively with teachers to give students opportunities to learn skills for public speaking and successful presentation
QualificationsGeneral Qualifications and Skills • Bachelor’s degree in speech/drama or related field • Experience with training/coaching students in various categories of speech competition • Ability to work with the acting and technical aspects of theater productions, including scene design, costume management, and training students to assist with the technical side of productions • Ability to plan and organize educational content • Sensitivity to the developmental stages and well-being of children • Excellent organizational and time management skills • Strong communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal
Pay benefits and work schedulePay commensurate with training and experience. Work hours would be afternoons, after school, and some weekends.
About hiring institutionSt. Michael Catholic School is a co-educational private elementary/middle school located in the Galleria area and serving southwest Houston, TX. Affiliated with the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, St. Michael Catholic School is dedicated to integrating faith and knowledge in the rich tradition of Catholic education. As an extension of the family, we exist to serve the young people in our care. The school is committed to the development of the whole person; challenging the growth of mind, body and spirit. We exist for those who truly value a uniquely Catholic elementary school.
How to applyPlease send cover letter, resume, and references to Chris Skowronek, Principal
Contact name: Ms. Chris Skowronek
Contact email: cSkowronek@stmichaelcs.org
Deadline: June 30, 2013
Job titleDrama/Theater Teacher
LocationThomas Worthington High School - Worthington, OH
Job descriptionTeaching responsibilities include: THEATER ARTS SURVEY - Be a part of the stage! Learn acting, theater history, the basic principles of acting and directing, and technical fields of scene, light, sound, costume, makeup and publicity design. Students prepare and perform one act plays. The course is designed to give the theater student a complete production experience and increase his appreciation of theater arts. The course also serves as a prerequisite for more advanced work in theater production. Evaluation is based on student performance, rehearsal participation and written assignments. THEATER REPERTORY - Each student becomes a member of a play production company, cooperating with others in performance and technical preparation of plays produced for the public. Students practice and expand performance and technical skills. Students seeking company membership must audition second semester of the previous school year. Evaluation is based on student performance, rehearsal participation and written assignments. THEATER PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY - Theater Production Technology provides students with experiences in technical theater production, management, and teamwork. Students learn stage construction, lighting, sound and operation of theaters. Students plan and execute all technical aspects of the Theater Repertory productions. Students work on other performances/productions. Students are evaluated on completion of required hours per semester. Students work outside of the school day after school, on weekends, or in the evenings.
QualificationsLanguage Arts with Drama/Theater licensure preferred
Pay benefits and work scheduleThis is a 185-day contract. Salary is comensurate with education and teaching experience.
About hiring institutionPlease visit our district website: www.worthington.k12.oh.us
How to applyApply online: http://www.applitrack.com/worthington/OnlineApp/default.aspx by Thurs., 5/30/2013
Contact name: Anne Barnes
Contact email: abarnes@worthingto
Deadline: May 30, 2013
Job titleMusical Theatre Instructor
LocationDubai, United Arab Emirates
Job descriptionSuccessful candidates will teach children aged 6-18 the three strands of Musical Theatre, working towards and directing recitals and shows, on a peripatetic basis around Dubai and surrounding Emirates. Must also be able to confidently and enthusiastically teach younger students aged 3-6 introductory 45 minute Creative Drama classes.approximately 5-6 times a week. Create, Facilitate and Direct School Holiday 5 Day Drama Camps ending in a showcase.
QualificationsBachelor’s Degree in Theatre Arts. 2 years’ experience in teaching drama and Musical Theatre to children, as well as directing shows, is desirable. Must be able to play piano as well as choreograph. Must hold a valid Drivers License.
Pay benefits and work scheduleStarting Salary is AED 12,000 Tax-free per month. Package includes flight allowance per year and 5 weeks paid holiday. Terms are based on British Curriculum basis running from September-December, January-March and April-June. Summer Camps take place over 5 weeks in the summer months. Summer camps take place in School holidays in April, July, August and December
About hiring institutionFounded in 2002, Kids' Theatre Works is Dubai's Original and largest Drama provider in Dubai, with 600 students aged 3-18 currently enrolled. At Kids' Theatre Works! we believe that by providing young people from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to participate in theatre experiences they will develop confidence, responsibility, teamwork and a greater sense of self and community. We know that for theatre to be relevant to young people, it needs to be created with young people. Our student’s ideas are vital to our creative mission of producing new and engaging material in all our classes and productions. We aim to teach, challenge and inspire those who wish to pursue a career in theatre, as well as those introverts who are yet to discover what they are capable of. Based in Dubai at the Mall of the Emirates, and operating at other locations within the city, our quality drama classes, camps and workshops for kids aged 3-18 offer the ideal platform to help children grow to be the very best they can be and develop their creative instincts in an environment that is professional, supportive and non-competitive. For more information, please visit: www.kidstheatreworks.com
How to applySend Email with CV and references to firstname.lastname@example.org CVs will be considered until the position is filled.
Contact name: Emily Madghachian
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