Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a fast paced, creative, dynamic and energetic environment? St. Albert is a city rich in arts and heritage, with superior cultural opportunities for the enjoyment and learning of many. We are proud to offer a rich and diverse array of classes for children and adults. Our programming is always evolving, to ensure participants receive a fun-filled and meaningful theatrical experience.
Performing Art classes facilitate an understanding and appreciation of the arts in the community through the encouragement, discussion, and interaction of participants enrolled in the programs, along with providing professional development opportunities for practicing artists within the community.
The City of St. Albert is currently seeking to hire several Performing Arts Specialty Instructors to plan and deliver programs to class participants from the age of 4 years to adult. As an Instructor, you will be responsible for the preparation, implementation, instruction and evaluation of the program. You will liaise with the Performing Arts Coordinator to plan yearly curriculum, learning outcomes and term to term objectives. Instructors will be responsible for the individual class plans and the weekly instruction of the classes throughout each term. Instructors will provide a weekly report to the Performing Arts Coordinator regarding attendance and progress. The instructor will also be responsible for ensuring the adherence to all safe work practices.
The opportunities we are seeking to fill include Summer Musical Theatre Camp from June 25 to August 13 and Performing Arts Programs from September to June (Acting, Musical Theatre, Tap, Theatre Dance, Piano Accompanist).
- The individuals we are looking for should have extensive knowledge and experience in the performing arts genre.
- An undergraduate diploma or degree in the performing arts/education is preferable.
- Experience working as a performing arts instructor, working with large groups of youth is a definite asset.
- The Instructors we seek are team players with high levels of interpersonal and communication skill.
HOURS OF WORK
Each term is nine weeks long and classes vary in length by the age of the participants. These positions require evening and weekend work.
The number of hours worked per week fluctuates on an as-needed basis due to operational requirements and will be scheduled in advance where possible.
$15.00 – $55.00 per hour based on qualifications, experience and program requirements.
The successful applicant will be required to obtain a clear vulnerable sector police information check.
Qualified applicants are invited submit their cover letter and resume via the City of St. Albert employment website www.stalbert.ca/employment
June 7, 2019
We wish to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.