STC School of the Arts – Teaching Opportunity

STC’s School of the Arts is seeking passionate Teaching Artists with directing, musical directing, choreography, or stage management skills for a production at one of our partnering schools with our School Partnership Program (SPP). SPP establishes in-school residencies in the Sacramento area to introduce students to the skills and practice of live theatre as well as give experienced students a place to further develop their skills in theatre production.
Teaching Artists with Directing, Musical Directing, or Choreography skills will:
* Have some experience working with children (K-12th grade) in a leadership role
* Have “after school” hours availability
* Have a background in Theatre – both on and off stage
* Have the ability to collaborate professionally with school site staff & SPP manager
* Create a safe environment for students
* Be a positive role model to students
* Teach classes and/or rehearsals in their area of expertise (theatre, music, or dance)
* Possess excellent organization, time management, and communication skills
* Demonstrate sensitivity to working with students and communities of diverse backgrounds including, but not limited to: race, ethnicity, nationality, language, religion, socioeconomics, gender, and special needs
* Have access to a computer/email
* Have reliable transportation
* Able to submit negative TB test, fingerprinting, and background check prior to hire
Teaching Artists with Stage Management skills/experience will:
* Have some experience working with children (K-12th grade) in a leadership role
* Have “after school” hours availability
* Be knowledgeable in theatre, music and/or dance
* Possess excellent organization, time management, and communication skills
* Possess computer skills in Excel and Word
* Assist the Teaching Artist Director in instruction, rehearsal, and performance as needed
* Communicate with SPP Manager
* Have reliable transportation
* Be available online (e.g. email, text, have a laptop/computer)
* Demonstrate sensitivity to working with students and communities of diverse backgrounds including, but not limited to: race, ethnicity, nationality, language, religion,
socioeconomics, gender, and special needs.
* Serve as a role model for students
* Able to submit negative TB test, fingerprinting, and background check prior to hire
For more information please contact STC’s School Partnerships Program Manager Franchesca Sonoyama at schoolpartners@sactheatre.org
and put “Teaching Artist” in the subject heading. www.sactheatre.org