Thursday, August 18, 2022

Part-time Teaching Artists

 

Steffi Nossen School of Dance is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit dance organization in its 85th year of operation bringing dance to children all over Westchester County, NY. Steffi Nossen is Westchester’s premiere dance education destination with a school in White Plains and serving youth through adults in various settings such as afterschool programing, pre-schools, libraries, community centers and various youth programming throughout the community.

 

Steffi Nossen School of Dance is seeking-

Experienced Part-Time Teaching Artists with diverse training in different styles, including, but not limited to:

Hip Hop

Modern and Composition

Jazz

Creative Movement

 

Qualifications for Teaching Artist are as follows-

Interested in upholding Steffi Nossen’s mission and values, furthering access and equity, as well as themes of diversity and inclusion.


Passionate about Arts Education and Children’s Well-Being


Strong Classroom Management skills, that include a positive and inclusive classroom
 

Have experience with building lesson plans and units for instruction


Are flexible, and able to adapt to the needs of different schools and communities


Committed to bringing the love of dance to all children

Requirements to Apply-

Must be reliable and punctual


Ability to make a commitment to teaching during the day or after-school hours, at least one day a week, ideally for the entire school year.


Experience in Dance Education, especially Pre-K and elementary school ages.


Must be willing to travel to Westchester for classes


Should have availability weekdays for after school hours


Car not required but would be a plus

 

Our studio is only a short walk from the White Plains Metro North station and many of our Outreach sites are also an easy walk from a Metro North station.

Please send your resume to [email protected] to submit for the position.

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