Director of Youth Programming

Otis College of Art and Design

Director of Youth Programming
Salary: $72,000 – $89,000
Open Until Filled
Los Angeles, CA (Westchester)

Job Description

Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Director of Youth Extension Programming will be responsible for leading, organizing, coordinating, and managing various aspects of the Extension department’s operations with regards to youth programming. Youth education programs include K-12 and pre-college programs, including Summer of Art and summer youth camps, summer and community programs, career and technical education programs, and partnership programs. This position reports to the Executive Director of Extension and is an exempt position.

Essential Duties Summary


  • In coordination with the Executive Director, manage all Extension youth programming, including the proposal, development, and delivery process each academic term, and the creation, development, and delivery of new youth courses/programs/camps/experiences throughout the calendar year.
  • Manage Summer of Art program. Plan, organize and execute yearly pre-college program. Responsible for all facets of program, including developing new courses, recruiting students, consulting parents, facilitating with external partners, marketing program, instructor management, interfacing with multiple other departments at Otis, building and managing program in Extension’s registration system, and providing detailed financial reporting, among other important duties related to the successful delivery of Summer of Art.
  • Manage all Extension summer youth and tween camps, as well as create new camps and experiences annually.
  • Assist the Executive Director with all necessary reporting requirements for accreditation of Extension youth programming.
  • In coordination with the Executive Director and the Communications and Marketing department, coordinate all marketing efforts for youth programming and manage Extension-specific marketing initiatives throughout the calendar year to support enrollment in all youth programs.
  • Determine course/program schedule for all Extension youth programs each academic term. Ensure all courses/programs are built properly in Destiny and that all public-facing information is accurate.
  • Manage classroom space usage for youth programs, both on and off campus, to ensure Extension is utilizing classroom space as effectively and efficiently as possible.
  • In collaboration with the Executive Director, determine which Extension youth programs to run, considering both student enrollment and revenue/strategic factors.
  • Create, develop, and maintain all necessary curriculum maps, academic plans, and other relevant documents pertinent to all Extension youth programming.
  • Hire, train, and manage all Extension instructors and classroom assistants for all youth programming.
  • Manage the process and tracking of all compensation to Extension instructors and classroom assistants for youth programming to ensure that everyone is paid accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Ensure all inquiries (phone, email, walk-in, etc.) regarding instructors, classroom assistants, current students/families and the public are followed up on and resolved successfully.
  • Ensure all youth program participants, families, and instructors receive necessary program related information in a timely manner prior to the first class meeting, including mandatory forms, supply lists, and other critical documentation.
  • Manage and organize all Extension youth programming information sessions and other recruitment and marketing efforts to support enrollment in Extension’s youth programming throughout the calendar year.
  • Manage evaluation process for all courses/programs/camps/experiences and instructors.
  • Manage Extension staff members, as determined by the Dean of Extension.
  • Work with Institutional Advancement staff and other Otis stakeholders to develop and implement funding and scholarship opportunities that serve the Extension Department’s growth objectives in line with the mission of the College specific to youth programs.
  • Collaborate with campus facilities with respect to college priorities, sharing of classroom and lab spaces, resources, and personnel. Collaborate with Facilities, TSS staff, Academic Departments, and security to maintain communications and proper usage.
  • Collaborate with Residential Life, Health and Wellness, Disabilities, Title IX, IT, TSS, Library, Teaching and Learning Center, to plan student usage of campus services and facilities utilized by Extension youth programming.
  • Guide and direct departmental policies and procedures specific to youth programming including maintaining and updating communications, outreach, and public documents and ensuring compliance.
  • Work closely with the Director of Adult Programming to align across adult and youth programming including operations, hiring practices, various office workflows, curriculum planning, research, and development.
  • Plan and lead Extension public-facing events throughout the year, such as community events, information session, and participate in campus-wide programs.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned. Must be responsive to work-related phone calls and emails during non-business hours on occasion.

Required Qualifications


  • Master’s degree required, preferably in art and design or related field, or equivalent work experience.
  • At least five years of progressively responsible higher education administrative experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage a team of instructors and developing curriculum in a higher education setting.
  • Self-starting, hardworking, creative, strategic thinker capable of managing a large and diverse staff of instructors and programs.
  • Deep experience in developing curriculum and project management.
  • Excellent leadership, management, and communication skills (both verbal and written).
  • Proficient knowledge of marketing within the Continuing Education and professional marketplace.
  • Extensive experience and knowledge of K-12 art and design education.
  • Extensive knowledge of Los Angeles area K-12 education space including schools, non-profits, and community institutions.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with social media, email, web, and marketing communications.
  • Experience with Higher Ed registration and Learning Management systems.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates must apply via our website here by December 30, 2023 to be considered for the position.

EEO Statement
Otis College of Art and Design is an Equal Opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical disability, mental disability, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic which may be specified by law or college policy.

Production Coordinator

The Production Coordinator is responsible for assisting in the planning and execution of key production elements of Pacific Symphony concerts which include stage managing, camera operating, and fulfilling departmental tasks as assigned. This position is overseen by the Senior Director of Operations but will work closely on a day-to-day basis with the Director of Production. This position is ideal for someone interested in learning all facets of concert production.



  • Serve as Stage Manager for orchestral services as assigned by the Director of Production, which
    may include the Classics series, Family Musical Morning series, Soka University series, Pacific
    Symphony Youth Ensembles concerts, and other events as they occur throughout the season.
  • Collaborate with the Director of Production in determining and executing all production elements
    associated with the Symphony’s new summer venues for the SummerFest and Symphony in the
    Cities performances.
  • Advance the production needs for assigned concerts: determine audio and lighting needs, create
    stage plots, source scenic elements, evaluate instrument needs (percussion, pianos, etc).
  • Work closely with the production and technical personnel of each concert venue to communicate
    in a timely manner the needs of the orchestra and guest artist(s).
  • Liaise with Symphony musicians to resolve issues, fulfill onstage requests, and communicate
    information in a professional manner on behalf of the Operations department.
  • Recruit, hire, and manage casual labor crews.
  • Work with Director of Production on load-ins, load-outs, and set-ups for assigned services.
  • Contact vendors to obtain quotes and coordinate delivery for needed gear, services, and
  • Co-produce the Symphony on the Go! mobile stage performance series with the Artistic
    Coordinator, which includes advancing with city personnel in the planning, stage managing these
    chamber performances, and repairing/maintaining the 28ft trailer that folds out into a stage.
  • Assist the Director of Production with additional tasks as requested.


  • Assist the Director of Multimedia Operations in live image magnification during performances by
    operating a remote camera for assigned concerts.
  • Manage guest artist hospitality and serve as a backstage runner for all Pops performances
    alongside the Senior Director of Operations.
  • Coordinate truck rentals and schedule personnel for truck loads and unloads.
  • Troubleshoot Pacific Symphony equipment difficulties and arrange for repairs as needed.
  • Research and recommend equipment purchases for the organization.
  • Oversee Pacific Symphony’s warehouse organization and maintenance.
  • Assist the Director of Orchestra Personnel with the setup and execution of orchestra auditions.
  • Provide and/or arrange for occasional airport pickups for guest artists when needed.
  • Departmental administrative duties as assigned throughout the season.


  • A passion for classical music and the performing arts.
  • At least 1 year of live event or theater production experience.
  • The ability/willingness to learn to drive trucks up to 26ft.
  • A working knowledge of stage lighting, audio, and video.
  • Knowledge of orchestral instruments (like percussion) and the ability to read music strongly
  • Thrives a fast-paced, creative environment serving conductors, musicians, and stage personnel.
  • Solid customer-service skills with ability to work with strong personalities.
  • The ability to communicate in a calm, clear, and professional manner under pressure.
  • Quick thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage own time efficiently.
  • The willingness to work long hours on feet (often outdoors), nights, and weekends.
  • The physical ability to load cases (at least 50 lb) on and off of trucks as needed, occasionally
  • An ability to maintain a professional attitude when the going gets tough.
  • Must be a team player with the willingness to jump in and help colleagues.

Benefits: Part-time employees regularly scheduled to work at least 30 hours per week are eligible for pro-rated
holiday, pro-rated floating and personal days, vacation and sick pay (based on the individual’s normal basic schedule) medical insurance and 401(k) benefits. Complimentary tickets.

Salary: $22.50/hr

To Apply, please email your resume and cover letter to Bella Sunshine, Senior Director of Operations – by December 15, 2023.

No phone calls please

Senior Manager, Audience Development & Marketing Events


  • Develop and Manage strong and meaningful partnerships with community and arts organizations.
  • Act as company lead on all Opening Nights, including management of lists, invitations, RSVPs, and seating, with the goal of having full and representative houses. Work with management teams to produce Opening Night cast parties
  • Lead on all marketing events, including event strategies and implementation (i.e. Amex Card Member nights, Premiere Pass receptions, Account Partner nights, Backstage Club events, affinity performances, etc.). Plan and monitor budgets, create invite strategies, and measure success.
  • Serve as lead contact with The Music Center’s concessionaire for catering and events.
  • Work with Director of Equity, Belonging and Engagement and Artistic Programs Manager to develop and execute strategies for ongoing affinity nights (i.e. LGBT Nights, Black Out Nights) to cultivate relationships with appropriate audience communities.
  • Implement additional events and promotions that align with the company’s overarching goals, as defined by Director of Equity, Belonging and Engagement.
  • Assist Deputy Director of Marketing in setting audience metrics and then measuring efforts to improve across all productions at all three theatres.
  • Administer complimentary ticketing programs such as FreePlay. Fulfill external ticket requests and lead on promotions and communications.
  • Work with marketing and ticketing teams on creating strategies for discounted tickets. Request promotion codes, create tracking reports, and lead on implementation.
  • Coordinate and align audience development strategies with programs and efforts in Education & Community Partnerships department
  • Provide a weekly report on all audience development activities and events and create a cohesive marketing update for all shows.
  • Develop partnerships and promotions with local restaurants, retail entities, and festivals. Staff events and booths when necessary.
  • Develop strategies to increase Access performance attendance in partnership with Director of Equity, Belonging and Engagement and Artistic Programs Manager.
  • Assist with the management and development of departmental interns.
  • Demonstrate an ongoing commitment to our equity, diversity, inclusion and access initiatives and an ongoing commitment to an anti-racist culture and environment at CTG.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Benefits: CTG offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package including retirement plan options, escalating paid vacation, sick, personal days and holidays, and health benefits including medical, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance, flexible spending accounts and employee assistance program.

Salary: $1,153.85-$1,280.28/week (equivalent to $60,000.20- $66,574.56 annualized)

To Apply, please send a cover letter and resume to by December 30, 2023.

Senior Staff Accountant


The Senior Staff Accountant performs day to day and month-end accounting functions including creating and maintaining schedules, processing journal entries, reconciling accounts, performing general ledger analyses, and preparing financial reports. Maintains general ledger accounts and provides accounting guidance on business transactions, applying GAAP appropriately. Works under moderate supervision.


  • Understand underlying business and related processes as foundation for responsibilities.
  • Enter cash receipts data for posting, including uploads of contributed revenue and box office revenue sub-ledger data.
  • Verify and post weekly payroll batches to general ledger.
  • Update bank reports on a daily basis, including cash inflows/outflows and outstanding check list. Upload Positive Pay files to bank for released AP or payroll checks.
  • Prepare ticket sales and box office reports.
  • Assist with the month end, quarter end, and year end close processes, i.e. prepare journal entries, account reconciliations, general ledger analysis, and audit schedules.
  • Prepare journal entries based on review of supporting reconciliations and schedules
  • Performs accounts receivable, accounts payable and reconciliations of bank, credit cards and investment account functions as needed to maintain an efficient accounting department supporting agency mission and functions.
  • Maintains fixed asset schedule and prepares depreciation/amortization entries.
  • Prepare Sales & Use Tax monthly (pre)payments and quarterly returns.
  • Prepare schedules for federal, state and local tax and informational returns; compile financial data for surveys and grant reporting.
  • Prepare monthly departmental financial reports for distribution.
  • Assist with analyzing and researching income statement and balance sheet fluctuations, and provide commentary for management reporting.
  • Perform such other accounting, financial, or administrative tasks as may be required from time to time by the Accounting Manager and/or Controller.

Benefits: CTG offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package including retirement plan options, escalating paid vacation, sick, personal days and holidays, and health benefits including medical, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance, flexible spending accounts and employee assistance program.

Salary: $61,000-$66,575 annually

To Apply, please send a resume to by December 12, 2023.



Responsible for managing general accounting functions including cash management, payroll and financial reports, preparation of organizational tax and information returns and annual Federal and State independent contractor returns, and oversight of Federal and State quarterly and annual payroll returns. The Controller ensures the integrity and accuracy of financial data and reports, provides financial analysis and makes recommendations on policy and procedures, and also assists staff throughout the company with the monitoring of budgets and conducting good business practices.


  • Supervise staff in the daily operations of the accounting, payroll, budget oversight and treasury functions.
  • Monitor comprehensive system of fiscal controls, regularly audit their ongoing implementation and effectiveness, and augment or revise as necessary.
  • Manage general ledger, subsidiary ledgers, cash flow, and bank reconciliation processes.
  • Ensure timely and proper recording of all income, expense, and balance sheet entries in the general ledger.
  • Oversee and monitor accounts payable and accounts receivable.
  • Ensure timely and accurate deposits of payroll and withholding taxes with the appropriate governmental agencies.
  • Ensure timely and accurate preparation of union benefit reports and remittance of the related payments to union benefit providers.
  • Ensure timely and accurate preparation and submission of quarterly and annual payroll tax returns and related forms, and annual Federal and State independent contractor filings.
  • Ensure timely and accurate preparation and submission of the annual retirement plan census and required reports to the retirement plan service provider.
  • Generate financial reports in compliance with GAAP or other applicable standards.
  • Oversee and coordinate financial and payroll-related audits.
  • Assist CFO with strategic operational and financial decisions and various reporting needs.
  • Attend and provide support to the Board Finance and Audit Committee meetings.
  • Demonstrate an ongoing commitment to CTG’s equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives and values and demonstrate an ongoing commitment to an anti-racist work culture.
  • Other duties or projects as assigned.

Benefits: CTG offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package including retirement plan options, escalating paid vacation, sick, personal days and holidays, and health benefits including medical, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance, flexible spending accounts and employee assistance program.

Salary: $2,403.85-$2,788.47/week (equivalent to $125,000.20- $145,000.44 annualized)

To Apply, please email your Cover Letter and Resume to by December 30, 2023.

Teaching Artist

This position will serve as lead teaching artist for Classroom-in-Residence @ the Hammer (CRH), a program designed to strengthen student and teacher learning about art through in-class artmaking sessions and a weeklong experience at the museum. In this role, they will develop and implement art lessons for 4th-6th grade students and mentor undergraduate teaching artists in arts facilitation. They will work closely with Hammer Museum Academic Programs staff, faculty and staff from the UCLA Visual and Performing Arts Education program (VAPAE), undergraduate students, and classroom teachers.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Design and implement artmaking lessons for 4th-6th grade students in the classroom and the museum in collaboration with Hammer and VAPAE faculty and staff, classroom teachers, and VAPAE undergraduate students. Implementation will take place during pre-residency lessons that prepare students for the residencies throughout January and February 2023, two CRH residencies taking place in March 2023, and post-residency lessons that expand on concepts learned throughout March and April 2023.
  • Mentor VAPAE undergraduate teaching artists in visual art and movement lesson plan design and facilitation.
  • Participate in CRH team planning meetings as appropriate, in person or virtually, as necessary (approximately 2-3 in-person meetings).


  • B.A., M.A. or M.F.A. in Arts, Arts Education, or a related field
  • Minimum three years experience teaching an art form to K-12 audiences in classrooms and/or
    workshop settings
  • Experienced at developing art lesson plans; with a strong understanding of Visual and
    Performing Arts Content Standards and Social Emotional Learning Frameworks
  • Experience mentoring emerging educators
  • Capacity to meaningfully connect artmaking activities with exhibitions on view
  • Understanding of Culturally Sustaining facilitation strategies
  • Experience working successfully on collaborative projects with educators
  • Skilled at leading group discussions
  • Strong knowledge of contemporary art
  • Highly organized with excellent communication skills
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred
  • TB test and completion of a satisfactory background and fingerprint investigation required.

The teaching artist must be able to commit to full days at the Hammer on March 4-8, 11-15 plus 8-10 in- school sessions per month from January – April 2024. Additional dates for sessions and planning meetings with Hammer and VAPAE staff, tentatively scheduled to begin in December 2023, will be determined at a mutually agreed upon time.

The teaching artist is an independent contractor who will be paid $55/hr. Project shall not exceed 125 hours.

Please submit your cover letter, resume, and documentation of your teaching (e.g., a sample lesson plan) to by November 26, 2023.

Advancement Officer, Institutional Giving

Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (ICA LA)

Advancement Officer, Institutional Giving

Reports to: Director of Development

Status: Full-time / Exempt

Benefits: Healthcare (including vision and dental), vacation, sick leave, and paid holidays, following a probation period.

Salary: $65,000-75,000


To advance ICA LA’s mission and programs by securing grant funding from government agencies, private foundations, and corporations. Bring strategic thinking and a network of contacts to pursue new and existing institutional funders to support general operating costs, exhibitions, learning and engagement programs, and special initiatives. Reports to the Director of Development, and with frequent collaboration with the Executive Director, the Advancement Officer is part of a five-person department and works proactively with colleagues in Curatorial, Learning and Engagement, and Finance to ensure that institutional fundraising goals are met and all grants are successfully managed.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Prepare, submit, and manage all grant proposals while managing and stewarding a portfolio of government agencies, private foundations, embassies, and corporations
  • Develop an annual grants strategy in conjunction with the Executive Director and Director of Development
  • Oversee stewardship of institutional partnerships
  • Write compelling narratives and compile relevant data, budgets, and supporting materials according to funding requirements
  • Conduct prospect research to identify, cultivate, and solicit new funding sources for general operations, exhibitions, programs, and other initiatives
  • In conjunction with Executive Director, Director of Development, and senior programmers, build and maintain relationships with institutional funders
  • Collaborate with other departments to prepare and submit all materials necessary to seek and report on program-specific funding
  • Maintain grant deadline calendar and master list of institutional funding credit lines
  • Communicate with funders to inquire about new projects and follow up on the status of submitted proposals
  • Produce and submit mid-term and final reports in a timely manner
  • Ensure and track delivery of stated activities and appropriate recognition
  • Participate in museum events, including openings, artist talks, member programs, and special events
  • Assist with other fundraising projects, such as individual giving campaigns and major benefit events, as requested
  • Assist with writing and editing of museum materials for activities outside of fundraising, as needed, including communications, programming, and website copy


  • Bachelor’s degree (preferred concentrations: English, Art History, or Communications) and three years of relevant experience
  • Knowledge of institutional giving field and major foundations and government agencies with a strong professional network
  • Excellent writing and research skills
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Self-motivated and highly organized, attentive to details, and diligent in meeting deadlines
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task under pressure
  • Creative thinker with an interest in exploring new opportunities and untapped sources of support
  • Collaborative and able to work successfully in a fast-paced, dynamic environment with a small and committed staff • Demonstrates good judgment and high level of discretion when necessary
  • Positive attitude; enthusiastic problem-solver
  • Comfortable with technology, and proficient with software such as Google Suite, cloud storage, donor database (Bloomerang), Microsoft Office, Photoshop, and Adobe Acrobat
  • Proficiency with core digital functionality requirements, such as Content Management Systems (CMS) and Point of Sale (POS) systems, E-commerce, reporting/analytics
  • Strong interest in contemporary art and supporting ICA LA’s mission

EEO Statement

ICA LA is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.

About ICA LA

The Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA LA) is an epicenter of artistic experimentation and incubator of new ideas. Founded in 1984 as the Santa Monica Museum of Art (SMMoA) and reestablished in 2017 with a new identity and home in Downtown Los Angeles, ICA LA builds upon a distinguished history of bold curatorial vision and innovative programming to illuminate the important untold stories and emerging voices in contemporary art and culture. The museum’s 12,700 square-foot renovated industrial building—designed by wHY Architecture under the leadership of Kulapat Yantrasast—features ample space for exhibitions, public programs, retail pop-ups, integrated offices, and special projects. ICA LA’s mission is to support art that sparks the pleasure of discovery and challenges the way we see and experience the world, ourselves, and each other. ICA LA is committed to upending hierarchies of race, class, gender, and culture. Through exhibitions, education programs, and community partnerships, ICA LA fosters critique of the familiar and empathy with the different. ICA LA is committed to making contemporary art relevant and accessible for all. Admission is free.

To Apply please send a cover letter, CV, with at least two professional references, and writing samples to, including the name of the position in the subject line by May 31st, 2024.

Please no calls or in-person unscheduled visits.

Brand and Gallery Manager Beverly Hills

We are the leading international art-book publisher, headquartered in Cologne with subsidiaries in Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, and Paris. For more than 40 years, we have been producing innovative illustrated books on art, aphrodisia, architecture, design, fashion, film, lifestyle, travel, photography, and pop culture. We distribute these books worldwide in different languages.

For our TASCHEN Store in Beverly Hills we are looking for a Full-time Brand and Gallery Manager.

Candidate’s profile:

  • Several years of professional experience in an art gallery or luxury retail environment
  • Proven track record of meeting and exceeding customer expectations
  • Outgoing, solution-oriented, creative and internationally minded personality
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong leadership qualities and sense of responsibility
  • A passion for our unique TASCHEN program
  • Involvement in the local art & cultural scene
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, and Word)

Key responsibilities:

  • Excel at selling TASCHEN books, Collector’s Editions and photographic prints
  • Create an in-store experience that exceeds expectations for all clients
  • Be the local representative for our VIP contacts
  • Develop new business, prospect new high potential customers
  • Creatively lead a strong and motivated sales team
  • Train the store team in customer service, corporate standards and product merchandising
  • Organize and host in-store events, such as book signings, launches and talks
  • Preparation of sales and inventory reports and evaluations

We offer:

  • The opportunity to work with an exciting range of products and clients
  • A diverse and dynamic role within an international organization, with plenty of room for personal development and growth
  • Paid time off
  • Medical, dental, vision and 401k (with 100% match up to 4.5% of salary)
  • An attractive incentive scheme
  • Salary Range: $55,000 to $75,000 plus commission depending on experience.

This position requires an immediate start.

Workplace is retail store location in Beverly Hills. Remote and hybrid work is not allowed.

If you think you are a good match and would like to be considered, please send a cover letter and your resume to Meghan Clarke at by December 31st, 2023.

Afterschool Teaching Artist

HeyCurated is a kid-centered, experience-focused event and education company. We are looking for self-motivated independent teaching artists to develop and lead afterschool classes for elementary school kids in our Winter 2024 session, starting in December & January! We are working with private schools in the Brentwood Heights, Bel-Air, and West Hollywood

This is a freelance teaching position suitable for performers, artists, and educators looking for part-time, afternoon work.

**We are looking for teaching artists to lead Winter classes in subjects including:**

  • Acting & Improv (Starting in December)
  • Lego Building
  • Music
  • Theatrical Science Classes
  • Chess
  • Sports & Movement
  • Jump Rope & Hula Hoop
  • Computer-based Art Classes

**Location & Hours:**

  • Classes are held once a week, Monday–Friday, at partner private schools in Los Angeles between the hours of 3:00-5:00pm.
  • Teachers must be able to travel to schools and commit to weekly class dates.
  • Teachers are able to create their own schedules based on their weekday afternoon availability, teaching between 1–4 classes a week.
  • Teachers must be able to commit to the full semester of classes from December/January to March.
  • Lead teachers are paid a flat rate of $87.50 per class.
  • Assistant teachers are paid a flat rate of $62.50 per class
  • Our partner schools require teachers to provide proof of vaccination.


  • Reliable and communicative
  • Strong interest in teaching!
  • Experience developing and/or facilitating activities for children
  • Ability to travel to schools each week
  • Able to commit to scheduled weekly afternoon classes running from December/January to March (Required)
  • Experience working with children, in childcare or education: 2 years (Preferred)
  • High school degree or equivalent (Required)
  • Proof of vaccination (Required)


  • Lead teachers are responsible for creating their own curriculum and providing materials for their assigned classes
  • Set-up, clean up, prep and implementation of independently prepared curriculum
    Supplying and transporting materials for class sessions
  • Correspondence with HeyCurated programming team regarding lessons and class progress reports

Salary: $60-80 per class session


  • Flexible schedule (Create your own!)
  • Afternoon schedule

**Interested in Applying?

Submit a resume and briefly answer the following questions:**

  • Describe your experience working with children. What environment(s) have you worked with children in (e.g. teaching, childcare/babysitting, camps)? What age groups?
  • Do you have any experience developing lessons or activities for kids?
  • What subjects would you be interested in teaching?
  • Are you able to commit to teaching classes at least 1 weekday afternoon a week, December/January through March?
  • Are you able to provide proof of vaccination as required by schools?

Please email all documents to by December 04, 2023.

Cultural Arts Center Technical Coordinator


Under general direction, manages all technical aspects of performances, meetings, virtual events; maintains equipment, orders materials and manages tech budget; trains and supervises all tech personnel; assists and works with all renters and users of the facility; assists in developing and implementing policies and procedures related to the theater and stage; serves as in-house advisor
and liaison to manage IT for all matters pertaining to IT/computer systems, phones, A/V equipment,
and virtual streaming equipment and software; serves as onsite staff representative for all events and provides technical assistance where needed.

Salary: $64,412.19 – $82,324.11 annually

To Apply, please visit here by November 27, 2023.

This recruitment is open until filled. The first review of applications will occur on 11/27/2023. This recruitment may close at any time.


We are proud to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package in which medical is fully paid for most plans (including family coverage) as specified in the current employee group contract, a full calendar of employee appreciation events and activities, and many additional benefits including:

2% @ 55 CalPERS formula for Classic members (includes Individuals who were active members of a reciprocal public retirement system within the last six months, or were previously employed with the City of Simi Valley and enrolled in CalPERS prior to January 1, 2013), 4th Level Survivor Benefit, and single-highest year final compensation.
2% @ 62 CalPERS formula for New members, 4th Level Survivor Benefit, and three-year average highest final compensation.
401(k) with a Roth option; City match up to $200 per month. Employees may also participate in a 457 plan.
The City does not participate in the Social Security system; therefore, there is no FICA deduction from wages except for Medicare hospital insurance protection.
The City contributes $200/month to a health care reimbursement program for retiree medical.
Health Insurance: Coverage available as early as the 1st of the month following the start date. A variety of PPO and HMO plans are available through the CalPERS Health Program. After the City contribution of $151 per month and up to $2,269.44 per month in “Simiflex Dollars,” Health insurance costs the employee $0 to $218.04 per month for family coverage depending on the plan chosen. “Simiflex Dollars” can be used to offset the cost of medical, dental, and/or vision insurance, or other optional benefits. Medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts are also available.
Prescription Drug Plan: Major retail options and mail order program.
Dental Insurance: After the City contribution of up to $100 per month, Dental insurance from Delta Dental costs the employee $0 to $31.10 per month for family coverage depending on the plan chosen.
Vision Insurance: After the City contribution of $19.80 per month, Vision insurance from VSP costs the employee $2.66 per month for family coverage.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): Confidential counseling and referral service to help employees and their household members resolve personal problems, provided by Aetna.
Optional Insurance from AFLAC: Available plans include accident, cancer, hospital, and critical care.
Paid Leave:
227.5 hours per year of paid time off (one bank of time that combines vacation and sick leave) which has the option to be cashed out. Accruals increase at 5 years and 10 years of service.
11 paid holidays per year and one floating holiday per year.
Employee & Dependent Life Insurance, Short-Term & Long-Term Disability Plans provided at City expense.
Tuition Reimbursement: Up to $1,600 per year.
Alternative Work Schedules: Many positions offer a 9/80 schedule with alternative Monday or Friday off.