Currently Seeking: Lead and Assistant Teaching Artists
Treasure Trunk Theatre is seeking enthusiastic, creative and dedicated teaching artists for the 2021/22 School Year.
We are currently hiring both lead and assistant teaching artists. Candidates with extensive experience will be considered immediately for our lead teacher training process. We promote from within, so those hired as assistants will be given the opportunity to apply in the future for the lead training process as well.
Our Mission: At Treasure Trunk Theatre, we create a nurturing space for children to develop their imagination, confidence, and creativity through the magic of storytelling. We encourage self-expression and celebrate individuality. We use the power of dramatic play to inspire each child to be their unique self, to connect with others, and to see the world in an empathic way.
Those who will best succeed in this role:
● have experience working on a collaborative team, as well as experience working with children in a childcare, babysitting, family, classroom, camp and/or arts setting.
● are engaging and able to adapt quickly and creatively to meet the needs of the outdoor classroom.
● ensure the highest level of safety throughout our camp day.
● display confidence and a willingness to be playful.
Locations: Classes and programs run at various schools, parks, and venues in Brooklyn & Manhattan, as well as our flagship studio at 141 Atlantic Ave in Brooklyn.
Dates: Currently seeking teaching artists with availability between now and June 2022.
Hours: We have a variety of morning classes, after school classes, and weekend events and birthday parties.
Pay: Varies depending on class/event length.
For example: Assistants – $25-30 for a 45 minute class. Leads – $50-$55 for a 45 minute class.
To Apply: Please click here to submit your application.
Candidates will be notified via email to set up a Zoom interview. We will ask all who are chosen for an interview to prepare a short, theatrical warm-up game of their choice (3-5 minutes for ages 3-6) to teach to our interview staff.
Please note in your application if you play ukulele or guitar, as we are also seeking teaching artists for our Sing-Along classes this summer.
Treasure Trunk Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and is cultivating a truly equitable and anti-oppressive work environment that embraces teachers with a diversity of backgrounds, identities and experiences. We particularly encourage applicants from marginalized communities, including those who identify as Black, Indigenous, people of color, queer, transgender, gender non-conforming, and disabled.
If you would like to familiarize yourself more with Treasure Trunk Theatre, please visit our website at www.treasuretrunktheatre.com
We look forward to hearing from you!