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K-5 Art Teacher

Gulf Beaches Elementary Magnet School/PInellas County Schools - pinellas county
Submitted 5/7/2021

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Traci Messer, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Address
8600 Boca Ciega Dr
St. Petersburg FL  33706
Phone
(727) 588-6281   
Email
messert@pcsb.org
Website
http://https://www.pcsb.org/beaches-es

This job posting closes: 5/11/21

Go to Pinellas County Schools website: www.pcsb.org, click Employment tab, click "view open instructional positions" link to apply

  • 10 month-salary employee
  • Additional teacher pay and funding available to purchase quality art supplies - thanks to the Pinellas Referendum
  • Elementary art classes are 45 minutes long (typically 5-6 classes per day)
  • Fully-funded student field trips to local art museums
  • High quality district-provided art education professional development opportunities (including full-funding to attend annual FAEA state conference)
  • iPad Art Lab (1:1) dedicated solely to the Art program
  • Located in beautiful Pinellas County (west coast of FL) and just seconds from one of the best beaches in the U.S.
  • Pinellas is a very arts-supportive community and school district
  • Visit www.pcsb.org/visualarts to learn about the Visual Arts in Pinellas County Schools
  • For additional info - email Jonathan Ogle, PCS Visual Arts Supervisor, with your resume: oglejo@pcsb.org

 


Middle School Art Teacher

Safety Harbor Middle School/Pinellas County Schools - pinellas county
Submitted 5/7/2021

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle
Salary
Contact Person
Danny Boulieris, Principal
Address
901 First Ave N
Safety Harbor FL  34695
Phone
(727) 588-6281   
Email
boulierisd@pcsb.org
Website
http://https://www.pcsb.org/safetyharbor-ms

This job posting closes: 5/9/21

Go to Pinellas County Schools website: www.pcsb.org, click Employment tab, click "view open instructional positions" link to apply

  • 10 month-salary employee
  • Additional teacher pay and funding available to purchase quality art supplies - thanks to the Pinellas Referendum
  • Fully-funded student field trips to local art museums and art centers
  • High quality district-provided art education professional development opportunities (including full-funding to attend the annual FAEA state conference)
  • iPad Art Lab (1:1) dedicated solely to the Art program
  • Located in beautiful Pinellas County (west coast of FL) and just a few minutes from several of the best beaches in the U.S!
  • Pinellas is a very arts-supportive community and school district
  • Visit: https://www.pcsb.org/visualarts to learn about the Visual Arts in Pinellas County Schools
  • For additional info - email Jonathan Ogle, PCS Visual Arts Supervisor, with your resume: oglejo@pcsb.org

 


K-5 Art Teacher

Midtown Academy Center for Cultural Arts & Gifted Studies/Pinellas County Schools - pinellas county
Submitted 5/7/2021

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Keila Victor, Principal
Address
1701 10th St S
St. Petersburg FL  33705
Phone
(727) 588-6281   
Email
victork@pcsb.org
Website
http://https://www.pcsb.org/midtown

This job posting closes: 5/18/21

Go to Pinellas County Schools website: www.pcsb.org, click Employment tab, click "view open instructional positions" link to apply

  • 10 month-salary employee
  • Additional teacher pay and funding available to purchase quality art supplies - thanks to the Pinellas Referendum
  • Fully-funded student field trips to local art museums and art centers
  • High quality district-provided art education professional development opportunities (including full-funding for PCS art teachers to attend annual FAEA state conference)
  • iPad Art Lab (1:1) dedicated solely to the Art program
  • Located in beautiful Pinellas County (west coast of FL) and just a few minutes from several of the best beaches in the U.S!
  • Pinellas is a very arts-supportive community and school district
  • Visit: https://www.pcsb.org/visualarts to learn about the Visual Arts in Pinellas County Schools
  • For additional info - email Jonathan Ogle, PCS Visual Arts Supervisor, with your resume: oglejo@pcsb.org

 


Visual Arts Teacher

Escambia High School - escambia county
Submitted 4/22/2021

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
High
Salary
see ECSD HR
Contact Person
Dr. Dana Boddy, Assistant Principal Curriculum
Address
1310 N 65th Ave
Pensacola FL  32506
Phone
(850) 453-3221   
Email
dboddy@ecsdfl.us
Website
http://https://ehs-ecsd-fl.schoolloop.com/

Escambia High School is seeking a 3D art teacher. Experience in 3D art, teaching throwing on a pottery wheel, and kiln experience is preferred. We have a strong fine arts team and are seeking a positive, team player. 

 


Art Teacher

Riverside Presbyterian Day School - duval county
Submitted 4/16/2021

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Sarabeth Soule, Executive Assistant
Address
830 Oak Street
Jacksonville FL  32204
Phone
(850) 512-3256   
Email
ssoule@rpds.com
Website
http://rpds.com

Riverside Presbyterian Day School, an independent co-educational elementary (PreK 3 – 6th Grade) day school located in Jacksonville, FL seeks a full-time Art Teacher for the 2021-2022 academic year.

The ideal candidate will possess a thorough knowledge of his/her teaching assignment and will have demonstrated success in teaching elementary age students. Enthusiasm and a passion for the visual arts are essential to the role and a strong background and/or understanding of art history and methodology is preferable. The candidate should also possess the skills necessary to inspire learning and enhance the overall educational experience by fostering students’ academic, ethical, social, and emotional development in accordance with the Riverside Presbyterian Day School mission and philosophy.

Teachers at Riverside Presbyterian Day School participate fully in the life of the school.  These duties and responsibilities include observing and assessing student progress, preparing written report card comments, participating in parent-teacher conferences, effectively communicating with the grade level team as well as parents, attending grade level and full faculty meetings, serving on content area or school life committees, and duties related to the supervision of lunch, recess, and dismissal.

RPDS faculty and staff are committed to providing an engaging academic program in a loving environment.  Throughout the year, teachers are provided opportunities to participate in both school-based and off-site professional development. 

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and implement developmentally appropriate lessons and units of study consistent with grade level curriculum and reflective of students’ interest for children in grades K-6.

  • Provide learning opportunities that afford students the opportunity to observe the world from different perspectives and to delight in discovering new modes of self-expression. 

  • Deepen students critical thinking skills and engagement using Project Zero methodology and/or other thinking routines.

  • Expand student fine arts experiences through signature and newly designed course options such as printmaking, photography, digital art, sculpture, etc. 

  • Differentiate instruction as needed to meet the needs of all students.

  • Collaborate with classroom and specialist teachers to develop cross-departmental units of inquiry that foster creativity, deep thinking, and self-expression. 

  • Use appropriate classroom management strategies and provide a supporting and caring learning environment for children where each child feels safe to create, share their perspectives, follow their passions, and take artistic risks.

  • Use formative and summative assessment to evaluate and inform student learning and growth.

 

  • Maintain an organized, inclusive classroom environment, including the display of students’ work, classroom guidelines, bulletin boards, and a neat and orderly appearance, conducive to student learning.

  • Communicate effectively with students, parents, and colleagues on a regular basis and share information relative to student progress.

  • Keep written records of student progress and growth for grading and reporting purposes. 

  • Actively engage in the school community by participating in faculty meetings, recess and lunch duties, and additional school events

  • Enhance one’s own knowledge, understanding, and skill through ongoing professional development.

 

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree with teaching qualification or equivalent.

  • Experience as an Art Teacher in an elementary, middle school, or similar setting is prefered

  • Demonstrated excellence in a variety of art techniques including drawing, painting (watercolors, tempera, acrylic), collage, and clay

  • A commitment to global and cultural competency, and a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community

  • Strong knowledge and understanding of child development, art methodology, and best practices in education.

  • Outstanding interpersonal and problem-solving skills

  • Ability to use and integrate technology effectively into the classroom setting to enhance or enrich the student learning experience.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • A creative, visionary teacher with a growth mindset and willingness to innovate and collaborate with others.

  • Empathetic, supportive, good sense of humor, and a positive disposition

Individuals interested in applying for this position should send a resume, cover letter, and references (via email preferably or by regular mail) to Sarabeth Soule, ssoule@rpds.com.

 


Art Teacher

Pineapple Cove Classical Academy - brevard county
Submitted 4/9/2021

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle/High
Salary
Contact Person
Dr. Ashley Cook, Principal
Address
3455 Norfolk Pkwy
W. Melbourne FL  32904
Phone
(321) 499-2585   
Email
cooka@pineapplecoveclassicalacademy.com
Website
http://https://pineapplecoveclassicalacademywm.com/employment-opportunities/

 


Lower School Visual Arts Teacher

Community School of Naples - collier county
Submitted 3/19/2021

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Amy Moviel, Head of Lower School
Address
13275 Livingston Rd
Naples FL  34109
Phone
(239) 597-7575   
Email
emoviel@communityschoolnaples.org
Website
http://https://www.communityschoolnaples.org/

Community School of Naples is currently requiring everyone to wear a face covering while indoors, maintain physical distance of 3 feet or greater, and practice enhanced hygiene; including frequent hand washing and sanitizing of surfaces. See our Community Enhancement Plan for more details about COVID-19 risk minimizing measures which apply to all persons on campus. Community Enhancement Plan

Position Description and Requirements

Community School of Naples is seeking a talented and energetic Visual Arts Teacher for Lower School, PK3 to Grade 2. Your responsibilities will include, performing as a high level teacher preparing our students for the highly competitive education they will continue to receive as they progress though our school.

This teacher will plan and implement engaging and thoughtful art lessons for early childhood and lower school students; communicate with families regarding student progress and write end-of-quarter reports; conference with parents as needed; create a supportive and caring classroom environment in which students can learn, express themselves, and interact positively with one another; thoughtfully organize student work so it can be used for display purposes and also sent home as a keepsake for families; coordinate and communicate with the current art department and department chair. A commitment to diversity of work, an understanding of the importance of teacher engagement in community life, and an interest in using a variety of pedagogical approaches in the classroom are essential. The ability to use technology effectively in the teaching and learning process is expected.

Essential elements of the school’s educational program include a comprehensive curriculum, a gifted faculty and a low student-faculty ratio. These elements ensure that each student experiences a challenging education that only an independent, college preparatory school can provide. CSN is accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools.

The position requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in art education, or related field, with three years of teaching experience or a Master’s Degree with two years’ of classroom experience. A cover letter and teaching philosophy are requested and may be attached to the online application.

Compensation and Benefits

This position starts August 6, 2021. The appointment is a full time, instructional position that will be paid an annual salary commensurate with experience, degree attainment and other qualifications. All employees are eligible to participate in CSN’s generous 403(b) retirement program as well as Aflac and Legal Shield offerings. Full time employees are eligible for our competitive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, disability, AD&D, and life insurance. Breakfast and lunch are provided free of charge on all school days. Please visit our website for more details about the benefits of a career at CSN.

Applying

Please apply using the link below, which allows for uploading of supporting documents such as cover letter, resume/cv, teaching philosophy, references, transcript, etc. Our selection committee will be reviewing only applications submitted online. Please do not mail, fax, email or drop off your application/resume. Extra supporting documents may be emailed to dpainter@communityschoolnaples.org and will forwarded to the selection committee.

https://communityschoolnaples.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

  • Community School of Naples is an equal opportunity employer.
  • Fingerprinting and background checks are a required part of CSN’s employment eligibility process.

 


Visual and Performing Arts Education & Community Engagement Consultant

St. Petersburg Warehouse Arts District - pinellas county
Submitted 2/26/2021

Job Type
Other
Grade Levels
N/A
Salary
Contact Person
Renee Dabbs, Executive Director
Address
515 22nd St S
St. Petersburg FL  33712
Phone
(727) 256-0821   
Email
renee@reneedabbsllc.com
Website
http://https://www.warehouseartsdistrictstpete.org/

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR:

Visual and Performing Arts Education & Community Engagement Consultant (Consultant)

Role Description:
The Consultant will be responsible for creating a Visual and Performing Arts Education & Community Engagement strategic plan, timeline and implementation plan, for a 3,000 square foot facility, currently under construction, with potential for expansion.  Implementation of some elements of the plan will be part of the scope of work.  The plan will align with the mission and priorities of the Warehouse Arts District Association’s (WADA) and local community needs/interests.

This is a community initiative for WADA located on the ArtsXchange Campus in midtown St. Petersburg, FL www.warehouseartsdistrictstpete.org

Project Timeline:

WADA looks to the selected consultant to recommend a time-line with a completion date.  Milestones should be established with the goal of starting classes in Summer of 2021.

Proposed Scope of Work:

The plan will be implemented by future arts & education staff members led by a Director of Education at WADA’s new arts education center, and should include the following components:

Create an Arts Education & Community Engagement Strategy & Timeline: 

  • Provide guidance in determining programming goals aligned with WADA’s mission/priorities and local community needs/interests. 
  • Research and analyze offerings and data of similar programs locally, regionally and nationally.
  • Develop a strategic plan with action items and timeline for implementation.
  • Establish a timeline for implementation for approved programming goals to include short-long term goals.
  • Draft a role description for a newly created position: Director of Arts Education, including key process documents and templates to set the person up for success. Including, but not limited to:
    • Best practices for working with teaching artists
    • Curriculum goals
    • Benchmarks & key deadlines
    • Enrollment & Communication Process Steps
    • Program evaluation
  • Lead and conduct search for the Director of Arts Education working with WADA Executive Director and Board Members.
  • Lead the training and transition for the Director of Arts Education.

Build Community Partnerships/Relationships: 

  • Identify key community leaders/members/organizations to be shared with the future Director of Arts Education.
  • Evaluate and assess potential community partners and the integration of existing arts education programs in the local area.
  • Identify a community advisory group to include role descriptions and responsibilities to be implemented by the Director of Education.
  • Work with WADA Board of Directors as needed.

Develop Curriculum & Teaching Resources:

  • Identify key audiences to include but not limited to the needs of our direct local midtown area (research based).
  • Determine educational goals aligned with National Education Association guidelines, Florida State Standards, Pinellas County School administrator needs, and requirements of WADA’s grant partners.
  • Craft a trajectory of research-based educational programs to meet curriculum goals as outlined, and the needs of diverse learners.
  • Create teaching artist training modules connected to curriculum and inclusive of Cultural Competence and EDIA (equity, diversity, inclusion, accessibility) best practices in the classroom.
  • Create basic teaching artist job descriptions.
  • Develop and establish a Course evaluation process.

Map Financial Structure for Arts Education & Community Engagement Programs:

  • Draft a fee structure for classes in alignment with community needs and WADA financial resources. 
  • Create a budget template and model for program expenses and income.
  • Create a budget template and model for annual budgeting

Collaborate on Marketing/Communications

  • Provide “brand filter” or branding recommendations on tone, imagery, key copy, and effective communication tools for Arts Education & Community Engagement programs based on mission, sales goals, and demographics. 
  • Work with Marketing Chair to establish an appropriate marketing and communications strategy and language to promote program classes
    • Ensure Diversity, Equity and Inclusion elements are included.
    • Recommend strategies for maintaining and practicing cultural competence and EDIA in Community Engagement & Education. 

The above scope of work is not an exhaustive or all-inclusive list of scope of work.  WADA values the diverse thoughts and approaches of responses in establishing the final scope. Once the consultant has been chosen a final scope of work will be establish with budget and milestones for final approval.

Education Requirements

  • Required Master’s degree (Doctorate preferred) in education, arts management or related fields.

Critical Knowledge & Experience

  • Proven results in a consulting capacity in program planning and arts management.
  • 5+ years of program planning and arts management experience.
  • History of working directly with youth (preferably in a teaching capacity).
  • Experience in program development and leading teams in children, teens, adult education, Including summer/after school camps and veteran’s programs.
  • Ability to pivot and problem solve within given criteria.
  • Understanding of nonprofit culture, strengths and challenges in large, diverse communities.
  • Demonstrate culturally proficient leadership through work with individuals, groups and programs.
  • Proven track record in successful needs assessment 
  • Ability to analyze statistical data for trends and standard performance in various programs and to develop strategies for improvement and growth
  • Strong research, assessment, and content analysis skills
  • Competencies in project management and use of project management tools
  • Strong budgeting and financial analysis background
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Google, and other standard software and technologies

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Qualifications:

Demonstrated understanding of and responsiveness to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, linguistic, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds which characterize a community in a manner specific to the position.

Working Environment

The Arts Education & Community Engagement Consultant reports to the Executive Director and should be able to work remotely as well as at WADA campus on 22nd St South St Petersburg, FL. Currently, this position is remote due to COVID-19 safety measures. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Application Process:

Please provide the following as part of your proposal:

  • Proposal
  • Resume
  • Statement on why you are suited for the project.
  • 2-3 case studies
  • 3-4 references
  • Fee Structure

Please provide all materials to Renee Dabbs at renee@reneedabbsllc.com no later than Friday, March 12, 2021.  Work will commence once final consultant has been established.  Project start date targeted for first week of April 2021.

 

 


Upper School Fine Arts Teacher

The Bolles School - duval county
Submitted 2/25/2021

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
High
Salary
Contact Person
Christina Wilkinson, HR Engagement Specialist
Address
7400 San Jose Blvd
Jacksonville FL  32217
Phone
(904) 256-5070   
Email
wilkinsonc@bolles.org
Website
http://https://www.bolles.org/about-us/careers

Position Purpose:  Responsible for preparing and instruction of curriculum in the visual arts with a focus in AP 2D Art.

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university required; advanced degree preferred with a focus on 2D
  • A minimum of three years teaching experience in the subject matter required.
  • Skilled Visual Artist with portfolio preferred.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Ability to work with minimal levels of guidance and high levels of initiative
  • Love of the arts as a tool for teaching and learning

General:

  • Demonstrates and enthusiastically supports the School’s Mission
  • Performs in a manner that reflects positively on The Bolles School
  • Communicates well, work congenially, and deals effectively with all school personnel and families, as well as with the larger business and educational community
  • Performs other duties as requested

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Prepare course objectives and outline for course of study following curriculum guidelines
  • Teaches 5 sections (likely three preps) of Foundations in Visual Arts, Painting and Drawing
  • Supports the Arts Faculty by facilitating the implementation of policies and procedures.
  • Develops third party support for arts programs and services with arts specialists, visiting artists programs, and external networking opportunities with affiliated arts organizations.
  • Makes full use of professional development opportunities (further education, reading, workshops, conferences, etc.) and demonstrate creative initiative in keeping current in one’s own discipline
  • Maintain active membership and school representation in professional associations and arts affiliated organizations
  • Additional teaching duties as assigned
  • Orders, stores, and inventories art supplies and equipment
  • Keeps attendance and grade records as required by school
  • Prepares report cards and individual comments
  • Communicates effectively both orally and in written form to parents/colleagues in response to inquiries of both student/professional nature
  • Coordinates class field trips and accompanies students for gallery visits
  • Maintains regularly scheduled office hours to assist students outside of class
  • Maintains current knowledge of subject matter through professional development