Teaching Artist, Urban Improv
This position requires passion for creative youth development, and deep knowledge of applied theatre, social-emotional learning skills, trauma-informed and culturally responsive practice. An Urban Improv Teaching Artist will have experience in performances for youth audiences, working with under-resourced communities, generating multi-media content or digital communications, and reflect the student body served. Rehearsal for Life is an equal opportunity employer.
Position status: Part-time, non-exempt (.325 FTE)
Salary: Starting $20,000 (Note: Additional compensation provided for artistic production positions including videography and production management. These hours will mostly overlap with Teaching Artist hours.)
● Serve as Facilitator, Actor/Performer, Creative Collaborator for partner schools, community-based organizations, and community events.
● Provide self-generated video content as needed.
● Serve as a community ambassador, representing RFL to support the organization's goals.
● Lead and co-lead classroom visits (virtual or face-to-face, only when public health conditions warrant)
● Engage in a specialization focus (i.e. video production, production assistant etc) for additional compensation as agreed upon with Executive & Artistic DIrector
● Attend weekly all-staff meetings and participate in professional development.
● Attend/participate in development/community events.
● Demonstrated commitment to anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
● Strong alignment with the Rehearsal for Life mission, vision, and values.
Please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include in the subject line: Your Name - Teaching Artist.
Qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis, and the position will remain open until filled. Thank you very much for your interest in Rehearsal for Life. We look forward to hearing from you and discussing how we can work together to empower Boston youth.