Veritas Academy Public Charter School K – 8th Grade
Location: 530 E. Ireland Road. South Bend, IN 46614
Phone: (584) 287-3230
Opening: ART TEACHER K – 8th Grades
Education and Experience
Bachelors degree or higher from an accredited institution
Meet professional teacher education requirements of school, district, state
Relevant teaching experience
Knowledge of relevant technology
High energy level
Verbal and written communication skills
Attention to detail
High work standards
High level of professionalism
Organizing and planning
Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities:
Utilize data to plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experiences
Develop schemes of work and lesson plans
Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities
Provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities
Identify and select different instructional resources and methods to meet students' varying needs
Instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials and equipment
Incorporate relevant technology to support instruction
Observe and evaluate student's performance and development (track student data and analyze progress)
Assign and grade class work, homework, tests and assignments with appropriate and timely feedback
Encourage and monitor the progress of individual students
Maintain accurate and complete records of students' progress and development
Update all necessary records accurately and completely as required by laws, district policies and school regulations
Prepare required reports on students and activities
Manage student behavior in the classroom by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures
Maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of the school
Participate in extracurricular activities such as social activities, sporting activities, clubs and student organizations
Participate in department and school meetings, parent meetings
Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding student progress and student needs
Keep up to date with developments in subject area, teaching resources and methods and make relevant changes to instructional plans and activities.
[Posted July 27, 2014]
Visual Arts Teacher
Location: Brownsburg High School
Qualifications: Must be licensed in Visual Arts for the high school setting
For the 2014-15 school year
(first staff day: July 29, 2014)
(first student day: July 31, 2014)
Submit online application, letter of interest, resume, copy of
license, Praxis scores, 3 letters of recommendation and
transcripts at: www.brownsburg.k12.in.us
Director of Human Resources
Brownsburg Community School Corporation
310 Stadium Drive
Brownsburg, IN 46112
FAX: 317-852-1015 email@example.com
[Posted July 21, 2014]
I am the K-8 art coordinator for Warren Township. Our school corporation is in need of a 5th- 6th grade art teacher at Stonybrook Intermediate Academy for the 2014-2015 school year.
Applicants should complete the online resume and submit documents through the Human resources link provided. Open until filled.
The following positions are available at Lux Art Institute
1550 S. El Camino Real
Encinitas, CA 92024
Lux Art Institute is looking for a full time Deputy Director to oversee the organization in all areas of day-to-day operations and staff management. The Deputy Director functions as the Chief Operations Officer and the acting Director in the absence of the Director. As a senior member of the Lux staff the Deputy Director works with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to strategically position the organization for growth and sustainability. This position reports to the Director.
This position reports to the Education Director and exhibits a true commitment to the mission of the organization: “Lux Art Institute is redefining the museum experience to make art more accessible and personally meaningful. At Lux, you don’t just see finished works of art; you see the artistic process firsthand, engaging with internationally recognized artists in a working studio environment.” The Education Coordinator is a vital member of the Lux Education department, overseeing administration, scheduling and coordination of all of Lux’s education programs. The Education Coordinator also serves as a lead instructor for all onsite programs including tours, field trips, summer classes, family workshops and assists with Valise Project as needed.
Visiting Arts Instructor
Lux Art Institute is seeking visiting instructors on a contract basis to plan and implement education programs in the visual arts. Working with the education director, visiting art instructors are practicing artists who possess a strong commitment to working with audiences of all types. Proposals for programs should be submitted using the template in the link below.
Lux Art Institute is seeking a Photography Intern to edit and manage image archive, photograph Lux Art Institute’s events and activities, and pursue independent shoots in the exhibition space. Intern will take the lead on organizing Lux’s current collection of images by cataloguing and enhancing photographs. Images are then made available to the Institution's Media Department for promotional purposes and are preserved as part of Lux Art Institute’s Archives. The following duties are dependent on intern availability, interests and skills. Additional opportunities are available to qualified candidates.
Lux Summer Art Camp 2014 Internship
Lux Art Institute is looking for enthusiastic and artistic high school and college students to assist with Summer Art Camp 2014. Camp runs from July 7 through August 14.
Instructions for applying for these jobs, as well as more detailed job descriptions, go to http://luxartinstitute.org/Information/Jobs-at-Lux/
You can also apply by sending a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No calls or in-person inquiries please.
Arts Access/Elementary Arts Education Program Manager
Dean's Office - Caine College of the Arts, Utah State University
This position provides management and coordination of activities and services delivered in the Caine College's Arts Access program for students with disabilities and the Elementary Arts Education program (which is a collaborative project with the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services). This position includes providing training associated with these programs. This is an ongoing, full time benefited position housed in the Caine College of the Arts in Logan, Utah.
1. Conduct school observations and in-school support related to the implementation of Arts Access and Elementary Arts Education Programming in local schools. 15%
2. Document and report impacts, including data collection and database management related to Arts Access and Elementary Arts Education Programming. 10%
3. Coordinate events related to Arts Access and Elementary Arts Education Programming 10%
4. Provide outreach to schools, including the expansion of Arts Access and Elementary Arts Education Programming, which might include managing specific outreach programs 15%
5. Provide interdepartmental coordination/collaboration between USU colleges, departments and centers to advance Arts Access and Elementary Arts Education Programming 5%
6. Coordinate training and professional development 10%
7. Coordinate with administrators and other office personnel to manage budgets, schedules, leave, and other job-related activities. 5%
8. Respond to requests, office visits, telephone calls, emails, and correspondence promptly and professionally. 20%
9. Assist with obtaining private and public funding to support Arts Access and Elementary Arts Education efforts. 5%
10. Assist with other duties, which might include developing new programs, as assigned by the Assistant Dean for Arts Education; some regional and state travel may be required. 5%
Minimum Qualifications 1. Demonstrates a passion and genuine enjoyment when working with students/individuals with disabilities as well as with the arts and children.
2. 5 years management experience.
3. 2 years program management/coordination experience in arts education and special education.
4. Experience working directly with individuals with disabilities in education, community, or employment settings.
5. Experience working directly with classroom teachers, arts educators, schools and school administrators.
6. Evidence of the capacity to manage complex programs, mange routine operations, and contribute to a sustainable vision.
7. Ability to assist with developing support among the diverse university population, as well as the public and private sector constituencies.
8. Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills.
9. Experience in concise report writing, proposal, and grant writing communications.
10. Skills in managing, directing and motivating personnel with diverse strengths in a complex consensus based setting.
- Social media and web site maintenance
- Program development, grant writing, and/or delivery of programs
- Problem solving successful service delivery in programs where there are multiple partners/collaborators (e.g. programs that are collaborations between university departments/colleges, school districts, government agencies, etc)
- Coordinating events serving large numbers of public school students
Special Instructions to Applicants
Along with the online application, please attach:
1. A current resume
2. A cover letter
3. A list of the names and contact information of three professional references
It is recommended that you have all required documents ready to attach before you click on the "apply for" link.
Required Applicant Documents
Resume, Cover Letter, References
Review Date: 07-04-2014
Visual Arts Department Program Assistant
Incredible Children's Art Network, Santa Barbara, CA
Job Description: Program Assistant
Department: Visual Arts
Reports To: Director, Visual Arts Program
Starting Salary Range: $40,000 - 45,000
Provide clerical and operational support for the Visual Arts Program by overseeing and coordinating all practical details regarding the daily planning, preparation, and execution of multiple program schools.
Perform a variety of essential clerical duties, including organizing and maintaining files, distributing mail and emails to visual arts staff, proofing program materials, preparing for meetings, recording minutes of program meetings and other meetings as requested, and maintaining office and art supplies for program
Route and maintain files for program purchase requests, invoices and expense reports
Oversee all visual arts inventories at multiple sites
Maintain and update exhibition schedules and department calendar
Work with communications department to print and disseminate program invitations and publications
Print and disseminate exhibition collateral, signage and program materials
Curate and hang artwork in community exhibition spaces
Oversee all daily aspects of the visual arts department’s guest artists and special projects
Oversee Department of Justice (DOJ) clearance processes and contracting of guest artists and independent contractors
Schedule and arrange transportation accommodations for student field trips, visual arts staff, and guest artists
Serve as departmental liaison with network affiliates on curatorial projects, transportation, and clerical duties
Maintain departmental publications, inventories, and distribution
Perform other duties as assigned or required
Job Requirements/Required Education/Experience:
College degree or equivalent required, BA in arts related coursework preferred
One or more years of relevant experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience required
Knowledge of curating and hanging artwork in public and private spaces
Highly organized and detail-oriented, with excellent writing and communication skills
Advanced clerical and secretarial skills in a multi-member department and with other network affiliates
Ability to perform a variety of clerical and interpretive tasks often independently
Capacity to organize and coordinate with flexibility, and with minimum supervision from the Visual Arts Department’s artistic team, as well as other departments as required
Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities
Excellent computer skills, to include Microsoft Office Suite, Publisher, Photoshop a plus
Professional demeanor and excellent customer service skills with clients and individuals at all levels of the organization
Fluency in English and Spanish preferred
Position will be situated in multiple sites and also in an open and busy office environment. Must be able to work independently, using good judgment and discretion on assigned tasks and accept direction on given assignments.
Must be able to lift and carry boxes and other awkward items weighing up to 50 lbs. up and down stairs
Requires intermittent standing, walking, sitting, squatting, stretching and bending throughout the workday
Art Therapy Internship (Annual Position)
Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Download application - Lurie Children’s is the place where kids come first. Our care extends well beyond medical treatment and considers the needs for the whole child in the context of their family. For this reason, we provide a child focused, family-centered-care model. As an art therapy intern, you are part of a psychosocial team that plays an integral role in a child's healing process. You are directly supervised by a registered, board-certified art therapist through the hospital's Family Services Department.
How to Apply
All documents below should be mailed to the address on the application by March 1st.
Completed Medical Art Therapy Internship Application
Practicum certificate OR letter from your practicum supervisor
Non-refundable processing fee of $10, made payable to Lurie Children’s
3 letters of reference in sealed and signed envelopes
fter all applications and documents have been reviewed, selected candidates will be interviewed. Part of the interview process involves a portfolio review. Applicants who are not selected will receive written notification that Lurie Children’s will not be able to provide them with an internship. Please note that only one or two applicants are selected each year.
Applications will also be accepted for an art therapy internship available through our Heartlight Bereavement Program. This involves the use of car and some evening hours. Please note, there is not an art therapist to supervise this placement but there is an LCPC. Please contact Kristin James, LCPC, Heartlight Coordinator, for more information.
The Indianapolis Art Center is recruiting male and female models for various drawing, painting, sculpture, and photography classes. The Indianapolis Art Center was founded in 1934 and welcomes over 250,000 visitors a year, making it one of the largest community based art facilities in the US. People of all ages and sizes are encouraged to apply. The work is performed under supervision of the class instructor during class hours, which may vary between 9:00 am and 10:00 pm. Models may request clothed, semi-nude, nude or all of the above and the Center will work with the model’s schedule for booking. Models are required to be clean, prompt and provide their own robe. Previous modeling experience, while not necessary, is appreciated.