Are you an experienced Teaching Artist who’s looking to make a difference
in the lives of others while furthering your career as a Teaching Artist?

This is a Teaching Artist position that will serve our programs in the
Central California area in a low-income region where communities lack
access to many resources. P.S. ARTS is looking for a dedicated, talented
Teaching Artist who enjoys working with underserved communities and is
committed to improving communities through arts education.

Teaching assignments are in Wasco and Lost Hills school districts for
upwards of 30 weeks per year between September and June. This is a unique
opportunity to expand your skills as an educator while working in a high
need region for a portion of the year.

*Teaching Artist Responsibilities:*

· Develop and teach a sequential, standards-based curriculum for
music and theater classes and teach across multiple grade levels

· Address the learning needs of diverse student populations

· Submit documentation of teaching practice, including curriculum,
lesson plans and assessments.

· Apply knowledge and skills through ongoing professional development
into teaching practice

· Teaching Artists regularly move art supplies weighing up to 30lbs

*Must be:*

· Willing to work some evenings and weekends

· Drive to satellite locations


· Minimum of 2 years teaching experience. Classroom setting preferred.

· B.A. desired

· Bilingual in Spanish/English desired

*Salary:* Commensurate with experience.

P.S. ARTS provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees
and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, disability or genetics.

*How to Apply:*

· Please submit a resume and cover letter with the subject line:
“CENTRAL CALIFORNIA MUSIC” to [email protected]

· Due to the volume of applications we receive, we regret that we are
not able to accept hard copies or answer phone calls about this position.

P.S. ARTS’ mission is to improve the lives of children by bringing arts
education to underserved public schools and communities. www.psarts.org