The BW Community Arts School seeks an experienced part-time multidisciplinary dance instructor to join their growing dance department. Ideal candidates will have experience in a classroom setting, or a combination of significant professional experience and education. CAS Dance Instructors are energetic, engaging, and foster strong relationships with CAS students. Weekday evening availability (Monday-Thursday) is required; Saturday morning availability is preferred but not required. This position primarily focuses on instructing students ages 6-18; experience with adults and seniors is a plus.
Start Date: September 2022 (with possibility of teaching occasional classes during summer session 2022)
Our Dance Department:
The Baldwin Wallace Community Arts School Dance Department trains dancers to have solid technical foundations, a passion for the arts, positive self-expression, and confidence. Our professional approach ensures each student receives comprehensive dance training in an environment that supports personal achievement, discipline, friendship, teamwork, positive attitude, creativity, kindness, and respect. The dance curriculum is designed to train all ages, skillsets, and confidence levels to achieve their greatest potential whether their goals are professional or personal growth. Classes for adults and seniors are also offered throughout the year.
About Baldwin Wallace Community Arts School:
The Baldwin Wallace University Community Arts School provides arts education to students of all ages, from early childhood through adult. Our programs include classes, camps, and private lessons in instrumental and vocal music, dance, theatre and visual art. We also offer continuing education programs for professional music educators.
BW CAS strives to sustain a well-supported, communicative culture of faculty. As a divisional school of the Conservatory of Music, we pride ourselves in delivering excellence in teaching and instruction. Our faculty recognize the abilities of all students and support them on their own personal artistic exploration and growth. We highly encourage our faculty and their students to become involved in the many opportunities available through the Community Arts School, the Conservatory and the University as they are able.
Submit a cover letter and resume by August 1, 2022 for priority consideration. Position will remain open until filled. We offer competitive pay based on experience.
Baldwin Wallace University is an EEO/AA employer and educator. At BW, we support and encourage diversity in a variety of forms. We value and appreciate inclusive excellence in the classroom, within extracurricular activities, and as we engage our community partners. Learn more at Diversity Affairs – https://www.bw.edu/about/diversity/