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The American Mural Project (AMP)

Job Title: Teaching Artists in the Visual Arts

The American Mural Project (AMP) is interested in meeting independent teaching artists in the visual arts who work with students K-12 in a student directed, collaborative approach, using the responsive classroom model or TAB philosophy. If you or someone you know fits that description, please introduce yourself to AMP’s Education Programs Director, Michelle Fenton Begley at michelle@americanmuralproject.org. If you are curious about AMP, go to americanmuralproject.org 

CAPA-CT/Shubert Theatre

Job Title: Executive Director

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International Festival of Arts & Ideas (New Haven)

Job Title: Director of Finance and Administration

Salary Range: $75,000 to $85,000

Email a resume, summary of accomplishments, and cover letter by email to: DFASearch@artidea.org

Responsibilities: The Director of Finance and Administration will be a strategic thought-partner and support for the Festival’s Executive Director and senior leadership team. The successful candidate will be hands-on and participative, and will lead and develop an internal team to drive the following areas with exceptional business acumen and a lens of equity: finance, business planning and budgeting, human resources, administration, and IT. The Director of Finance and Administration will play a critical role in partnering with the senior leadership team in Programming, Marketing, Development, and Production for strategic decision making and operations as The International Festival of Arts & Ideas continues to enhance its quality programming and build capacity. This is a tremendous opportunity for a finance and operations leader to maximize and strengthen the internal capacity of a well-respected, high-impact arts organization that is committed to advancing racial justice, global engagement and community impact in the performing arts. For a detailed job description click here.

International Festival of Arts & Ideas

Job Title: Director of Programming & Community Impact

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New Haven Pride Center

Job Title: Grants Manager

For more information go to: https://www.newhavenpridecenter.org/about-us/opportunities/ 

New Haven Public Schools

Job Title: P/T Arts Educators for K-8 Schools

Email resume to: ellen.maust@new-haven.k12.ct.us

Hourly Pay Rate (non-negotiable): Certified Teachers - $32.00 Non-certified with a bachelor's degree or better - $22.50 Highly qualified Artist - no degree -$15.00

Responsibilities: Teaching elementary and middle school students as an hourly worker (not to exceed 19.5.hours weekly). Engaging all students in virtual settings and in person. Planning and implementing authentic Arts lesson with a foundational emphasis on Arts skills and concepts. Showcasing student work. Candidates will be expected to: Teach lessons that purposefully connect to Social Emotional Learning. Align instruction with the district Scope and Sequence and the National Care Arts Standards. Work as part of the school and district Arts team. Collaborate with school and district departmental colleagues for meaningful and purposeful integrated, cross-content lessons. Differentiate instruction to ensure that lal students learn. Support efforts to achieve school wide student performance goals.

Requirements: Certification is not required for these positions. They are excellent opportunities for those exploring or pursuing a career in education, for retired teachers, and for artists who like to teach. We are looking for creative individuals who love working with children to fill the following teaching positions: two K-8 general music teachers, two beginning band teachers, four k-8 art teachers, one pre-K art teacher, one k-8 theater teacher.

Southern Connecticut State University

Job Title: Assistant Professor - Art History/Arts Administration

Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy that includes the candidate’s commitment to diversity, sample course materials and teaching evaluations, a statement of research goals, two sample publications, and names and contact information of three professional references to: Art History Search Committee Chair at ARTsearch1@southernct.edu.

Application Deadline: Friday, October 30, 2020

Responsibilities: The position will begin in August of 2021.  The faculty member will teach a two-semester introductory sequence in Art History and diverse specialized courses, work with colleagues to develop new courses and curriculum, advise students, participate in department and university committees, and help to design and launch a new program in Arts Administration. Faculty members at SCSU are expected to conduct research and publish in their area of expertise, present their work at conferences and pursue funding in support of research.  The faculty member will also work in concert with the studio and art education faculty to address the curricular needs of students in these programs. 

Requirements: Southern invites applications from individuals who believe in the mission of public higher education and are committed to outstanding teaching and scholarship. Successful candidates will be disciplinary scholars devoted to a student-centric approach. FGull-time tenure-track faculty member in Art History, with a specialization in nineteenth, twentieth, or twenty-first century art, committed to investigating their period from a global perspective, and with a proven record of teaching and/or research in one of the following areas: African, African Diaspora, African-American, Latin American, globally-focused Design History, global contemporary art. The successful candidate must be committed to teaching in a dynamic, vibrant, regional public institution with a social justice mission and a diverse student body and must be willing to develop and teach curriculum that will serve this community. Ph.D. in Art History at time of appointment; proven record of teaching and scholarship with a global focus, experience teaching Art History at the university level and evidence of teaching excellence, outstanding oral and written communication skills; demonstrable commitment to research.  Preferred Qualifications:  Experience in Arts Administration or Museum Studies, program innovation, development, and coordination, student advisement, and with online teaching, as well as evidence of mentoring and research with undergraduates. Outstanding candidates will have an established active and innovative research agenda. 

TheaterWorks

Job Title: Development Assistant

Email cover letter and resume to: dina@twhartford.org 

Responsibilities: Support all aspects of the Development Department's efforts. Process contributions, pledges, and pledge payments (cash, check, credit card, stock transfer, and EFTs). Prepare and mail donation thank you letters. Create reports in PatronManager for analysis, donor lists and mailings. Ensure that business office has proper documentation of all donations for auditing purposes. Conduct donor research from various sources, including WealthEngine and Guidestar among others. Conduct market research i.e. potential funding sources, performance relative to peer theaters, resources for new development initiatives. Manage donor database including data entry and reporting. Coordinate scheduling and buses for student matinees. Assist with all fundraising events and activities. Assists with special projects and performs additional duties as assigned.

Requirements: The person in this position must be detail-oriented and have excellent customer service skills when working with donors and patrons in various circumstances. We seek and support diverse applicants. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word and Excel). Development database experience a plus, but not necessary. Detail-oriented. Customer service skills. Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience (prefer arts management, fine arts, and/or business). Working conditions are normal for an office environment. Must be able to operate a computer for most of the workday with appropriate rest periods. Valid driver’s license and driving record that meets Company insurance carrier requirements.

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