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Ormond Memorial Art Museum - volusia county
Submitted 7/15/2024

Job Type
Other
Grade Levels
Adult Education
Salary
Independent contractor
Contact Person
Kristin Heron, Senior Curator of Exhibitions & Education
Address
78 East Granada Blvd
Ormond Beach FL  32176
Phone
(386) 676-3347   
Email
kheron@ormondartmuseum.org
Website
http://www.OrmondArtMuseum.org

Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens (OMAM) is seeking artists with teaching experience to lead adult and/or youth classes, workshops, and discussions.

Each year, OMAM collaborates with dedicated artists and educators to provide creative learning opportunities for the community.  The museum continues to expand education programs, and invites instructors interested in teaching youth and/or adults to submit a proposal for a class or workshop.   All media will be considered, and classes may draw on any theme related to art, craft, gardening, or nature.

In addition to hands-on art classes, OMAM is also looking for instructors interested in leading casual discussions on various art-related and garden-related topics.

Please contact Kristin Heron, Senior Curator of Exhibitions, at KHeron@ormondartmuseum.org to submit ideas and proposals.

 

About OMAM The Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens was founded in 1946 with a mission to inspire the community through art and nature while honoring those who fought for freedom. Local veterans returning from service volunteered their time to assist in building the museum and clearing the land for the gardens. Today, the museum continues that mission through free outreach programming for youth and adults, creative and environmental education, and art exhibitions featuring local, regional, and national artists. The museum and gardens are located at 78 E. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach. The museum galleries and gift shop are open Monday-Saturday, 10am to 4pm and Sunday, 12-4pm. Admission is a suggested donation of $2 per person and is free for members and U.S. Veterans. The gardens are free and open to the public, daily, from sunrise to sunset. For more information, call 386-676-3347 or visit ormondartmuseum.org.

 


Art Teacher

Manatee High School - manatee county
Submitted 7/11/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
High
Salary
Starting at $49,210 + Millage Funds
Contact Person
Jeramiah Bowman, Specialist, Visual and Performing Arts
Address
902 33rd Street Ct. W.
Bradenton FL  34205
Phone
(941) 751-6550   
Email
bowmanj@manateeschools.net
Website
https://www.manateeschools.net/careers

Full-time Art teacher position open at Manatee High School in Bradenton, FL. Please email or check www.manateeschools.net/careers for more details. 

 


Art Teacher

East Naples Middle School - collier county
Submitted 7/11/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle
Salary
Contact Person
Maryann Gallegos, Principal
Address
4100 Estey Avenue
Naples FL  34104
Phone
(239) 377-3600   
Email
GallegMa@collierschools.com
Website
https://www.collierschools.com/enm

East Naples Middle School located in beautiful Naples, FL is in search of their new visual art educator effective immediately. The school is a proud part of the A-rated Collier County Public School (CCPS) district, with robust school-based and district-level supports in the arts. This full-time visual art position will cover all grades 6th-8th, and will work collaboratively with other related arts faculty, classroom faculty, school administration, parents and community groups to contribute to the ENM Gator community through visual art. Interested candidates may apply immediately on the CCPS website, under the “employment” tab. Candidates may also send an introductory email and their resume to:


Maryann Gallegos

Principal, East Naples Middle School

gallegMa@collierschools.com

 

Skip Pardee

District Coordinator, Fine Arts (K-12)

Office of Teaching & Learning

Collier County Public Schools

PardeH@collierschools.com

 


Elementary Art Teacher

Center for the Creative Arts, Health & Wellness at Lakewood Elementary School - pinellas county
Submitted 7/8/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Ms. Renee Nellenback, Principal
Address
4151 6th St S
St. Petersburg FL  33705
Phone
(727) 893-2196   
Email
NELLENBACHR@pcsb.org
Website
https://www.pcsb.org/domain/12226

Interested applicants for this 24-25 school year instructional position must have a valid teaching certificate or current Statement of Eligibility issued by FLDOE. Recent college graduates may apply without having either document, but will be required to apply for initial certification prior to being offered a position. To apply for this instructional position, go to www.pcsb.org, click the "Employment" tab, and click the "Apply Now!" button.

  • Pinellas is one of the most arts-supportive school districts in the nation, and it truly values the visual arts and art teachers!
  • 10-month-salary employee with a full benefits package and pension
  • Additional teacher pay with full-program funding to purchase quality art supplies - thanks to the Pinellas County Schools Referendum!
  • Paid Art Teacher training, additional work, and summer Art teaching opportunities!
  • Elementary art classes are 45 minutes (typically 5-6 classes per day)
  • Fully funded student field trips to the best local art museums and art centers!
  • High-quality district-provided professional development opportunities (including full funding to attend the annual FAEA state conference)
  • Dedicated Digital Arts Labs (1:1 devices) with the newest creation software in art programs in every school
  • Grants available through the Visual Arts Department for innovative student-centered collaborative projects!
  • Thriving arts communities throughout Pinellas County (nicknamed the "Arts Coast")
  • BEST beaches in the U.S have been regularly named in Pinellas (#12 Clearwater Beach-TripAdvisor, 2024).
  • Listed by Time Magazine as one of the 50 "World's Greatest Places of 2023" (St. Petersburg-Clearwater-Tampa)
  • Named the "Best Place to Live in Florida" (Tampa-St. Petersburg) by Forbes in 2024

 


Art Teacher

Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks - marion county
Submitted 7/8/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle
Salary
Contact Person
Rebekah Cook , Principal
Address
365 Marion Oaks Drive
Ocala FL  34473
Phone
(352) 671-6290   
Email
rebekah.cook@marion.k12.fl.us
Website
https://ham.marionschools.net/

To apply, please visit: https://www.marionschools.net/departments/careers_at_mcps

For more information, contact Brooke Hutto, Fine Arts Coordinator at brooke.hutto@marion.k12.fl.us 

 


Art Teacher

Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks - marion county
Submitted 7/8/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle
Salary
Contact Person
Rebekah Cook , Principal
Address
365 Marion Oaks Drive
Ocala FL  34473
Phone
(352) 671-6290   
Email
rebekah.cook@marion.k12.fl.us
Website
https://ham.marionschools.net/

To apply, please visit: https://www.marionschools.net/departments/careers_at_mcps

For more information, contact Brooke Hutto, Fine Arts Coordinator at brooke.hutto@marion.k12.fl.us 

 


Art Teacher

Sunrise Elementary - marion county
Submitted 7/8/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Catherine Balius, Principal
Address
375 Marion Oaks Course
Ocala FL  34473
Phone
(352) 671-6200   
Email
catherine.balius@marion.k12.fl.us
Website
https://sne.marionschools.net/

To apply, please visit https://www.marionschools.net/departments/careers_at_mcps. 

For more information, contact Brooke Hutto, Fine Arts Coordinator at brooke.hutto@marion.k12.fl.us 

 


Art Teacher

North Fort Myers Academy for the Arts - lee county
Submitted 6/21/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
K-8
Salary
Contact Person
Andy Miller, Principal
Address
1856 Arts Way,
North Fort Myers FL  33917
Phone
(239) 997-2131   
Email
andrewjm@leeschools.net
Website
https://nfa.leeschools.net/

 


Middle School Art Teacher (part-time)

Carwise Middle School - pinellas county
Submitted 6/20/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle
Salary
Contact Person
Chad Eiben, Principal
Address
3301 Bentley Dr
Palm Harbor FL  34684
Phone
(727) 724-1442   
Email
eibenc@pcsb.org
Website
https://www.pcsb.org/domain/13804

 


Visual Art TEACHER

Lehigh Acres Middle - lee county
Submitted 6/17/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle
Salary
Contact Person
Frances Natoli, Principal's Secretary
Address
651 Sunrise Blvd
Lehigh Acres  FL  33536
Phone
(239) 369-6108   
Email
francesAna@leeschools.net
Website
https://lhm.leeschools.net/

 


Programs Coordinator

Thomasville Center for the Arts - *not in florida* county
Submitted 6/13/2024

Job Type
Other
Grade Levels
N/A
Salary
Contact Person
Barbara Kreamer, Operations Director
Address
600 E. Washington Street
Thomasville GA  31792
Phone
(229) 225-6461   
Email
bkreamer@thomasvillearts.org
Website
http://thomasvillearts.org

Programs Coordinator
Reports to: Director of Programs and Engagement
Status: Exempt, full-time
Position Summary: The Programs Coordinator is responsible for a variety of tasks related to Center programs, including, but not limited to, development, implementation, evaluation, and budgeting; and the day-to-day support of instructors and volunteers. The position directly enhances the development of robust Center programs to reach a multi-faceted audience. This includes classes, workshops, camps, community engagement projects, and dynamic events to serve all.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in developing, delivering, and evaluating all Center programs.
  • Provide content and details including program descriptions, schedules, timelines, curriculum, teacher bios, headshots, and contact information for various outlets, both internal and external.
  • Make supply purchases and organize purchase orders and receipts.
  • Maintain inventory and proper storage of art supplies in all program spaces.
  • Maintain organization of classroom spaces, including set up and technical needs.
  • Manage program registration information and coordinate with internal staff to ensur all necessary information is received.
  • Maintain attendance logs and timesheets.
  • Consistently communicates with all program instructors and volunteers, to ensure program needs are met.
  • Support instructors and volunteers in a way that establishes a positive, mutually beneficial relationship.
  • Direct and organize end of semester performances, art exhibitions, and receptions as needed.
  • Communicate in a timely, positive manner with program participants/parents via email, phone, and in-person.
  • Responsible for supervision and safety of all students and instructors.
  • Serve as event support staff during various programs both on and off site.
  • Oversee day-to-day arrival and dismissal of students.
  • Organize and schedule volunteers for on- and off-site events.
  • Support the marketing and outreach efforts for all programs.
  • Attend and participate in community outreach events.
  • Visit classrooms/studios to observe and support instructors.
  • Provide content for Center newsletters and email updates as needed.
  • Participate in the budgeting process for all programs.

Qualifications and Work Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or three years of experience working in the arts, non-profit, or related field.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite.
  • Experience with social media preferred.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
  • Flexible, adaptable, resourceful style.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills with capacity to multi-task.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and independently to achieve goals and use
  • independent judgment within tight time/budget constraints.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.

Working Conditions and Physical Demands:

  • Ability to communicate via voice, telephone, and email to read, and understand written communication, generate written communication manually and using a computer.
  • Ability to sit at a desk for extended periods of time, lift and move documents and supplies up to 25 lbs., bend or reach to file and retrieve documents.
  • Valid driver’s license and access to personal vehicle is required.
  • Occasional weekend and evening availability required.

Benefits:
Thomasville Center for the Arts provides company paid vision, dental, life, and short-and long-term disability benefits. Additionally, the Center participates in a QSEHRA medical program, providing employees up to $300 per month to be used for eligible medical expenses, including
health insurance premiums and co-pays.

Salary is commensurate with experience.

To apply, please submit a full application, resume, and letter of interest including salary requirement and available start date to bkreamer@thomasvillearts.org. The application is available online at www.thomasvillearts.org.

Thomasville Center for the Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants who contribute to the diversity of our organization are encouraged to apply.

 


Lower School Art Educator

The Out-of-Door Academy - sarasota county
Submitted 5/29/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Search Committee, Search Committee
Address
444 Reid Street
Sarasota FL  34242
Phone
(941) 349-3223   
Email
hr@odathunder.org
Website
https://www.oda.edu/about/career-center

The Out-of-Door Academy seeks a Lower School Art Educator to join a thriving school that is committed to providing a relevant and student-centered learning experience.

APPLY AT:           https://www.oda.edu/about/career-center

Responsibilities - Reporting to the Head of Lower School, the Lower School Art Educator will be responsible for the following:

  • Use teaching strategies that motivate pre-K through 5th Grade students to engage in the learning process while exposing them to a variety of artistic mediums, techniques, and genres.
  • Bring inspiring and engaging projects to students in creative and differentiated ways.
  • Teach at both our Siesta Key and Clark Road locations.
  • Closely collaborate with Lower School colleagues to support students, educators, and families across the division.
  • Live the school’s mission and core values of respect, integrity, service, excellence, and responsibility.

Qualifications - The following experience, skills & knowledge are required and/or preferred:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts or a related field required; Master’s degree preferred.
  • Experience teaching in grades pre-K through 5th Grade, ideally in an independent school setting.
  • Demonstrated passion as an art educator who employs current advances in education and can show demonstrated success with this pedagogy.
  • Invest in making contributions beyond the classroom, such as advisory, clubs and coaching.
  • Proficient with Word, Excel, and the Google drive platform.
  • A successful track record of working effectively with a wide range of constituencies including students, educators, and parents.
  • Occasional travel required on weekends, nights, and in-between campuses; occasional overnight travel to attend training and conferences.

Compensation and Benefits

This is a 10-month full-time exempt position available in August 2024. Compensation is highly competitive and commensurate with experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package.

At Out-of-Door, we value a diverse workforce. Applicants of any race, creed, physical ability, color, religion, sex, age, gender, sexual orientation or national origin are encouraged to apply.  Once an offer is accepted, the position will require the successful completion of a national background screening and drug testing.

Other

Candidates are asked to address their ability to be professional, creative, collaborative, and their ability to work and communicate effectively with students, parents, and colleagues in their cover letter.

 

 


Middle Grades Art Teacher

Hill-Gustat Middle School - highlands county
Submitted 5/21/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle
Salary
Contact Person
Jeff Johnson, School Assistant Principal
Address
4700 Schumacher Rd
Sebring FL  33872
Phone
(863) 471-5437   
Email
johnsonj1@highlands.k12.fl.us
Website
https://www2.highlands.k12.fl.us/o/highlands-county-sb/page/employment

Looking for a dynamic middle grades Art Teacher to inspire and guide young artists. 

 


High School Ceramics Teacher

North Fort Myers HS Center for the Arts - lee county
Submitted 5/16/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
High
Salary
Contact Person
Deborah Diggs, debbieldi@leeschools.net
Address
5000 Orange Grove BLVD
North Fort Myers  FL  33903
Phone
(239) 995-2117   
Email
debbieldi@leeschools.net
Website
https://nfm.leeschools.net/

 


Art Teacher

Ward Highlands Elementary - marion county
Submitted 5/14/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Treasa Buck , Principal
Address
537 SE 36th Avenue
Ocala FL  34471
Phone
(352) 671-6810   
Email
treasa.buck@marion.k12.fl.us
Website
http://marionschools.net

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MARION COUNTY
JOB CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION
LEVEL/POSITION: TEACHER 3.45
AREA(S): AREA IN WHICH STAFFING IS ALLOCATED
POSITION SUMMARY:
To provide an educational atmosphere in which students will move toward the fulfillment of their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth and maturation in accordance with District philosophy, goals and objectives.
Reports to Principal or Assistant Principal at assigned location.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
NOTE: These examples are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed in a position allocated to this class. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.
Planning / Preparation:
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy: Knowledge of Content and Structure of Discipline, Prerequisite Relationships, and Content-Related Pedagogy.
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Students: Knowledge of Child/Adolescent Development, Learning Process, Students’ Skills and Knowledge, Language Proficiency, Interests, and Special Needs.
? Set Instructional Outcomes: Value, Sequence, Alignment, Clarity, Balance, and Suitability for Learners.
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Resources: Resources for Instruction and Student Use.
? Design Coherent Instruction: Learning Activities and Lesson and Unit Structure.
? Design Student Assessments: Congruence with Instructional Outcomes, Criteria and Standards, Design of formative Assessments.
? Create an Environment of Respect and Rapport: Teacher Interaction with Students and Student with Student Interactions.
? Establish a Culture for Learning: Importance of Content, Expectations for Learning and Achievement, and Student Pride in Work.
? Manage Classroom Procedures: Management of Instructional Groups, Transitions, Materials/Supplies, Non-Instructional Duties, and Supervision of Paraprofessionals and Volunteer.
? Manage Student Behavior: Expectations, and Monitoring and Responding to Student Behavior.
? Organize Physical Space: Safety, Accessibility and Use of Physical Space.
Instruction:
? Communicate with Students: Use of Oral and Written Language for Expectations, Directions, Procedures, and Explanations of Content.
? Use Questioning and Discussion Techniques: Quality Questions, Engaging Discussion Techniques, Ensuring Student Participation.
? Engage Students in Learning: Activities, Assignments, Grouping of Students, Use of Instructional Materials and Resources, Structure and Pacing.
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? Use Assessment in Instruction: Assessment Criteria, Monitoring of Student Learning, Feedback to Students, Student Self-Assessment and Monitoring of Progress.
? Demonstrate Flexibility and Responsiveness: Lesson Adjustment, Response to Students, and Persistence.
Professional Responsibilities:
? Reflect on Teaching: Accuracy and Use in Future Teaching.
? Maintain Accurate Records: Student Completion of Assignments and Progress in Learning, and Non-Instructional Records.
? Communicate with Families: Information about the Instructional Program and Individual Students, and Engagement of Families in the Instructional Program.
? Participate in a Professional Community: Relationships with Colleagues, Involvement in a Culture of Professional Inquiry, and Participation in School and District Projects.
? Growing and Developing Professionally: Enhancement of Content Knowledge and Prerequisite Skill, Receptivity to Feedback, Service to Profession.
? Showing Professionalism: Integrity and Ethical Conduct, and Decision Making.
Expectations:
? Plan activities that offer differentiated learning experiences based on the level and needs of the student.
? Utilize District curriculum maps and required processes accurately and effectively in planning.
? Establish and maintain effective management of student behavior, which creates a collaborative classroom climate focused on learning and respect.
? Collaborate with peers to enhance the instructional environment, build professional skill through participation in professional learning communities, and modify curriculum or instruction to build student achievement.
? Utilize District assessments and curriculum calendars effectively to assess and monitor student performance.
? Engage in continuing professional growth and keep abreast of recent developments in education through required in-service, voluntary in-service opportunities, collaborative opportunities, graduate classes, and/or research.
? Develop and implement a Deliberate Practice Plan.
? Support school and District improvement initiatives.
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
? Accuracy – Ability to perform work accurately and thoroughly.
? Communication – Ability to communicate effectively with others orally and in writing.
? Problem Solving – Ability to find a solution for or to deal proactively with work-related problems.
? Technical Aptitude – Ability to comprehend complex technical topics and specialized information.
? Working Under Pressure – Ability to complete assigned tasks under stressful situations.
? Knowledge of prescribed curriculum.
? Ability to work effectively with peers, administrators, and others.
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PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS*:
L-Light Work – Required to push, pull or lift up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
*PE, ESE and Vocational Teachers: M-Medium Work – Required to push, pull or lift 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES:
Sitting Resting with the body supported by the buttocks or thighs.
Standing Assuming an upright position on the feet particularly for sustained periods of time.
Walking Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances.
Climbing Ascending or descending stairs, ramps, etc. Using feet and legs and/or hands and arms.
Balancing Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, standing or crouching on narrow, slippery or moving surfaces.
Bending Lowering the body forward from the waist.
Stooping Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist through the use of the lower extremities and back muscles.
Kneeling Bending legs at knee to come to a rest on knee or knees.
Crouching Bending the body downward and forward by bending leg and spine.
Twisting Moving body from the waist using a turning motion.
Reaching Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.
Grasping Applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm.
Repetitive Motion Substantial and continuous movements of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
Hearing Acuity The ability to perceive speech and other environmental sounds at normal loudness levels.
Visual Acuity The power to see at a level which allows reading of numbers and text, operation of equipment, inspection of machines, etc.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Indoors/Outdoors The worker is subject to both environmental conditions. Activities occur inside and outside.
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
Education – Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
Certificates and/or Licenses – Eligible for Certification by the State of Florida or District vocational certification.
Computer Skills - Basic understanding and knowledge of use of current technology, as required for the position.
SALARY SCHEDULE:
Instructional
Board Approved: 6/12/01
Revised: 08/11/15
~An Equal Opportunity School District

 


Art Teacher

Legacy Elementary - marion county
Submitted 5/14/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Shameka Murphy, Principal
Address
8496 Juniper Road
Ocala FL  34480
Phone
(352) 671-0800   
Email
shameka.murphy@marion.k12.fl.us
Website
http://marionschools.net

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MARION COUNTY
JOB CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION
LEVEL/POSITION: TEACHER 3.45
AREA(S): AREA IN WHICH STAFFING IS ALLOCATED
POSITION SUMMARY:
To provide an educational atmosphere in which students will move toward the fulfillment of their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth and maturation in accordance with District philosophy, goals and objectives.
Reports to Principal or Assistant Principal at assigned location.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
NOTE: These examples are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed in a position allocated to this class. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.
Planning / Preparation:
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy: Knowledge of Content and Structure of Discipline, Prerequisite Relationships, and Content-Related Pedagogy.
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Students: Knowledge of Child/Adolescent Development, Learning Process, Students’ Skills and Knowledge, Language Proficiency, Interests, and Special Needs.
? Set Instructional Outcomes: Value, Sequence, Alignment, Clarity, Balance, and Suitability for Learners.
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Resources: Resources for Instruction and Student Use.
? Design Coherent Instruction: Learning Activities and Lesson and Unit Structure.
? Design Student Assessments: Congruence with Instructional Outcomes, Criteria and Standards, Design of formative Assessments.
? Create an Environment of Respect and Rapport: Teacher Interaction with Students and Student with Student Interactions.
? Establish a Culture for Learning: Importance of Content, Expectations for Learning and Achievement, and Student Pride in Work.
? Manage Classroom Procedures: Management of Instructional Groups, Transitions, Materials/Supplies, Non-Instructional Duties, and Supervision of Paraprofessionals and Volunteer.
? Manage Student Behavior: Expectations, and Monitoring and Responding to Student Behavior.
? Organize Physical Space: Safety, Accessibility and Use of Physical Space.
Instruction:
? Communicate with Students: Use of Oral and Written Language for Expectations, Directions, Procedures, and Explanations of Content.
? Use Questioning and Discussion Techniques: Quality Questions, Engaging Discussion Techniques, Ensuring Student Participation.
? Engage Students in Learning: Activities, Assignments, Grouping of Students, Use of Instructional Materials and Resources, Structure and Pacing.
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? Use Assessment in Instruction: Assessment Criteria, Monitoring of Student Learning, Feedback to Students, Student Self-Assessment and Monitoring of Progress.
? Demonstrate Flexibility and Responsiveness: Lesson Adjustment, Response to Students, and Persistence.
Professional Responsibilities:
? Reflect on Teaching: Accuracy and Use in Future Teaching.
? Maintain Accurate Records: Student Completion of Assignments and Progress in Learning, and Non-Instructional Records.
? Communicate with Families: Information about the Instructional Program and Individual Students, and Engagement of Families in the Instructional Program.
? Participate in a Professional Community: Relationships with Colleagues, Involvement in a Culture of Professional Inquiry, and Participation in School and District Projects.
? Growing and Developing Professionally: Enhancement of Content Knowledge and Prerequisite Skill, Receptivity to Feedback, Service to Profession.
? Showing Professionalism: Integrity and Ethical Conduct, and Decision Making.
Expectations:
? Plan activities that offer differentiated learning experiences based on the level and needs of the student.
? Utilize District curriculum maps and required processes accurately and effectively in planning.
? Establish and maintain effective management of student behavior, which creates a collaborative classroom climate focused on learning and respect.
? Collaborate with peers to enhance the instructional environment, build professional skill through participation in professional learning communities, and modify curriculum or instruction to build student achievement.
? Utilize District assessments and curriculum calendars effectively to assess and monitor student performance.
? Engage in continuing professional growth and keep abreast of recent developments in education through required in-service, voluntary in-service opportunities, collaborative opportunities, graduate classes, and/or research.
? Develop and implement a Deliberate Practice Plan.
? Support school and District improvement initiatives.
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
? Accuracy – Ability to perform work accurately and thoroughly.
? Communication – Ability to communicate effectively with others orally and in writing.
? Problem Solving – Ability to find a solution for or to deal proactively with work-related problems.
? Technical Aptitude – Ability to comprehend complex technical topics and specialized information.
? Working Under Pressure – Ability to complete assigned tasks under stressful situations.
? Knowledge of prescribed curriculum.
? Ability to work effectively with peers, administrators, and others.
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PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS*:
L-Light Work – Required to push, pull or lift up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
*PE, ESE and Vocational Teachers: M-Medium Work – Required to push, pull or lift 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES:
Sitting Resting with the body supported by the buttocks or thighs.
Standing Assuming an upright position on the feet particularly for sustained periods of time.
Walking Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances.
Climbing Ascending or descending stairs, ramps, etc. Using feet and legs and/or hands and arms.
Balancing Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, standing or crouching on narrow, slippery or moving surfaces.
Bending Lowering the body forward from the waist.
Stooping Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist through the use of the lower extremities and back muscles.
Kneeling Bending legs at knee to come to a rest on knee or knees.
Crouching Bending the body downward and forward by bending leg and spine.
Twisting Moving body from the waist using a turning motion.
Reaching Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.
Grasping Applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm.
Repetitive Motion Substantial and continuous movements of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
Hearing Acuity The ability to perceive speech and other environmental sounds at normal loudness levels.
Visual Acuity The power to see at a level which allows reading of numbers and text, operation of equipment, inspection of machines, etc.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Indoors/Outdoors The worker is subject to both environmental conditions. Activities occur inside and outside.
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
Education – Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
Certificates and/or Licenses – Eligible for Certification by the State of Florida or District vocational certification.
Computer Skills - Basic understanding and knowledge of use of current technology, as required for the position.
SALARY SCHEDULE:
Instructional
Board Approved: 6/12/01
Revised: 08/11/15
~An Equal Opportunity School District

 


Art Teacher

Howard Middle School - marion county
Submitted 5/14/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle
Salary
Contact Person
Suzette Parker , Principal
Address
1655 NW 10th Street
Ocala  FL  34475
Phone
(352) 671-7225   
Email
suzette.parker@marion.k12.fl.us
Website
http://marionschools.net

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MARION COUNTY
JOB CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION
LEVEL/POSITION: TEACHER 3.45
AREA(S): AREA IN WHICH STAFFING IS ALLOCATED
POSITION SUMMARY:
To provide an educational atmosphere in which students will move toward the fulfillment of their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth and maturation in accordance with District philosophy, goals and objectives.
Reports to Principal or Assistant Principal at assigned location.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
NOTE: These examples are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed in a position allocated to this class. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.
Planning / Preparation:
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy: Knowledge of Content and Structure of Discipline, Prerequisite Relationships, and Content-Related Pedagogy.
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Students: Knowledge of Child/Adolescent Development, Learning Process, Students’ Skills and Knowledge, Language Proficiency, Interests, and Special Needs.
? Set Instructional Outcomes: Value, Sequence, Alignment, Clarity, Balance, and Suitability for Learners.
? Demonstrate Knowledge of Resources: Resources for Instruction and Student Use.
? Design Coherent Instruction: Learning Activities and Lesson and Unit Structure.
? Design Student Assessments: Congruence with Instructional Outcomes, Criteria and Standards, Design of formative Assessments.
? Create an Environment of Respect and Rapport: Teacher Interaction with Students and Student with Student Interactions.
? Establish a Culture for Learning: Importance of Content, Expectations for Learning and Achievement, and Student Pride in Work.
? Manage Classroom Procedures: Management of Instructional Groups, Transitions, Materials/Supplies, Non-Instructional Duties, and Supervision of Paraprofessionals and Volunteer.
? Manage Student Behavior: Expectations, and Monitoring and Responding to Student Behavior.
? Organize Physical Space: Safety, Accessibility and Use of Physical Space.
Instruction:
? Communicate with Students: Use of Oral and Written Language for Expectations, Directions, Procedures, and Explanations of Content.
? Use Questioning and Discussion Techniques: Quality Questions, Engaging Discussion Techniques, Ensuring Student Participation.
? Engage Students in Learning: Activities, Assignments, Grouping of Students, Use of Instructional Materials and Resources, Structure and Pacing.
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? Use Assessment in Instruction: Assessment Criteria, Monitoring of Student Learning, Feedback to Students, Student Self-Assessment and Monitoring of Progress.
? Demonstrate Flexibility and Responsiveness: Lesson Adjustment, Response to Students, and Persistence.
Professional Responsibilities:
? Reflect on Teaching: Accuracy and Use in Future Teaching.
? Maintain Accurate Records: Student Completion of Assignments and Progress in Learning, and Non-Instructional Records.
? Communicate with Families: Information about the Instructional Program and Individual Students, and Engagement of Families in the Instructional Program.
? Participate in a Professional Community: Relationships with Colleagues, Involvement in a Culture of Professional Inquiry, and Participation in School and District Projects.
? Growing and Developing Professionally: Enhancement of Content Knowledge and Prerequisite Skill, Receptivity to Feedback, Service to Profession.
? Showing Professionalism: Integrity and Ethical Conduct, and Decision Making.
Expectations:
? Plan activities that offer differentiated learning experiences based on the level and needs of the student.
? Utilize District curriculum maps and required processes accurately and effectively in planning.
? Establish and maintain effective management of student behavior, which creates a collaborative classroom climate focused on learning and respect.
? Collaborate with peers to enhance the instructional environment, build professional skill through participation in professional learning communities, and modify curriculum or instruction to build student achievement.
? Utilize District assessments and curriculum calendars effectively to assess and monitor student performance.
? Engage in continuing professional growth and keep abreast of recent developments in education through required in-service, voluntary in-service opportunities, collaborative opportunities, graduate classes, and/or research.
? Develop and implement a Deliberate Practice Plan.
? Support school and District improvement initiatives.
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
? Accuracy – Ability to perform work accurately and thoroughly.
? Communication – Ability to communicate effectively with others orally and in writing.
? Problem Solving – Ability to find a solution for or to deal proactively with work-related problems.
? Technical Aptitude – Ability to comprehend complex technical topics and specialized information.
? Working Under Pressure – Ability to complete assigned tasks under stressful situations.
? Knowledge of prescribed curriculum.
? Ability to work effectively with peers, administrators, and others.
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PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS*:
L-Light Work – Required to push, pull or lift up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
*PE, ESE and Vocational Teachers: M-Medium Work – Required to push, pull or lift 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES:
Sitting Resting with the body supported by the buttocks or thighs.
Standing Assuming an upright position on the feet particularly for sustained periods of time.
Walking Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances.
Climbing Ascending or descending stairs, ramps, etc. Using feet and legs and/or hands and arms.
Balancing Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, standing or crouching on narrow, slippery or moving surfaces.
Bending Lowering the body forward from the waist.
Stooping Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist through the use of the lower extremities and back muscles.
Kneeling Bending legs at knee to come to a rest on knee or knees.
Crouching Bending the body downward and forward by bending leg and spine.
Twisting Moving body from the waist using a turning motion.
Reaching Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction.
Grasping Applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm.
Repetitive Motion Substantial and continuous movements of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
Hearing Acuity The ability to perceive speech and other environmental sounds at normal loudness levels.
Visual Acuity The power to see at a level which allows reading of numbers and text, operation of equipment, inspection of machines, etc.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Indoors/Outdoors The worker is subject to both environmental conditions. Activities occur inside and outside.
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
Education – Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
Certificates and/or Licenses – Eligible for Certification by the State of Florida or District vocational certification.
Computer Skills - Basic understanding and knowledge of use of current technology, as required for the position.
SALARY SCHEDULE:
Instructional
Board Approved: 6/12/01
Revised: 08/11/15
~An Equal Opportunity School District

 


Digital Photography and Graphic Design Teacher (Gr 6-12)

NSU University School - broward county
Submitted 5/8/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Middle/High
Salary
Commenserate with experience
Contact Person
Danny Swerdlow, Director of Arts
Address
3375 SW 75th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale FL  33314
Phone
(954) 262-4402   
Email
swerdlow@nova.edu
Website
https://nsucareers.nova.edu/en-us/job/505270/teacher-visual-arts-gr-912-997415

Grade 6-12 Digital Photography and Graphic Design Teacher Job Description

NSU University School is seeking a full-time Digital Photography teacher to teach both introductory and advanced level courses for students in grades 6-12 in digital photography, including skills in digital editing, graphic design, and photojournalism. The teacher will lead student teams in producing content for digital platforms, competitions, and art exhibitions. While teaching certification is preferred, it is not required, and qualified candidates will demonstrate a willingness to learn about education and the ability to help students access the training necessary for growth and achievement.

This person will also run the publication branch of our extracurricular program, USchool Network (USN).

In USN, students produce a quarterly digital newsmagazine, photograph live events, and create marketing materials. Quality works are featured on our media outlets and submitted to competitions and festivals worldwide. We participate in local and national student competitions and festivals, like FSPA, Scholastic Art and Writing, and Congressional Art Awards. We hope to one day rival the top programs in the country! Our ideal candidate is someone who will lead the program long term into its next stage of development and help us create an award-winning program.

Qualified candidates will be able to teach both introductory and advanced level courses in digital photography and graphic design, including skills in the Adobe Creative Suite (Lightroom, Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign). While expertise in all areas of graphic design is not required, qualified candidates will demonstrate a willingness to learn and the ability to help students access the training necessary for growth and achievement.

About NSU University School

We are a private, independent school in Davie, Florida, located on the beautiful campus of Nova Southeastern University. Our class sizes are relatively small — 24 students max — and we are very invested in providing our arts teachers with the resources necessary for success.

We offer excellent benefits, access to NSU’s vast resources, and tuition discounts for our Early Childhood Development daycare, our JK-12 private school, and/or master’s and doctoral programs at NSU. 

To learn more about our program, its resources, and the package we have to offer, please see the following links to our website and to the job application.

 


Elementary Art Teacher

PINEAPPLE COVE CLASSICAL ACADEMY - brevard county
Submitted 4/24/2024

Job Type
Art Teacher
Grade Levels
Elementary
Salary
Contact Person
Lisa Wheeler, Principal
Address
6162 Minton Road NW
Palm Bay FL  32907
Phone
(321) 802-9500   
Email
wheelerl@pineapplecoveclassicalacademy.com
Website
http://pineapplecoveclassicalacademy.com

We are looking for a dynamic art teacher for grades K-6. As a classical school, Core Knowledge drives the content taught and applicants should have a strong understanding of art history. 

 


Dean, School of Arts and Entertainment

Valencia College - orange county
Submitted 4/16/2024

Job Type
Other
Grade Levels
College
Salary
$105,436- $148,963 Per Year
Contact Person
Maryam Khan, Director, Talent Acquisition
Address
701 N Econlockhatchee Trail,
Orlando FL  32825
Phone
(407) 582-8033   
Email
jobs@valenciacollege.edu
Website
http:// https://valenciacollege.peopleadmin.com/postings/34884

Join Our Team!

Valencia College is a dynamic institution committed to fostering creativity, innovation, and excellence in the fields of arts, entertainment, and design. The Valencia College School of Arts and Entertainment is seeking an innovative, collaborative, and transformative leader to join us as the Dean of the School of Arts and Entertainment. In this role, you will lead the academic, fiscal, and operational areas of the School within Valencia College in close partnership with the Provost and with colleagues around the College. Responsible for ensuring all facets of School plans are aligned with and fulfill the college’s strategic priorities and direction.

About Our School of Arts and Entertainment

Valencia College’s dynamic School of Arts and Entertainment houses the following arts and entertainment programs that are essential to our Central Florida artistic and cultural community and workforce: Art Studio/Fine Art, Dance Performance, Digital Media Technology, Live Entertainment Design & Production, Film Production Technology, Graphic and Interactive Design, Music Performance, Musical Theatre, Audio Technology and Sound Production, Theatre/Dramatic Arts, New Media (Journalism and Social Media Strategy), and Architecture.

The Opportunity

This is a unique opportunity for an innovative leader who has a connection to the creative and digital world to build educational pathways for our students for the future.

With state-of-the-art facilities and a robust student body, we strive to provide a transformative educational experience that prepares students for success in their chosen careers.

We are seeking an innovative individual who is driven to lead our School of Arts and Entertainment and someone willing to contribute to transformative change with a clear purpose—to significantly influence the lives of students and our community. The Dean will lead a multi-campus team committed to ensuring the integrity of the academic program and processes that support the Valencia Learning Centered focus all aimed at accomplishing Valencia’s Strategic Impact Plan.

If you are passionate about making an impact on the lives of our students and community, we invite you to explore this exciting opportunity with us.

Required Qualifications

  • Master's degree or higher from a regionally accredited University with a major in Fine Arts (Arts, Dance, Music, Theatre, Graphics, Film/Music Production, or related field).

Valencia’s Total Rewards Commitment:

Valencia College is committed to providing employees with a competitive and comprehensive total rewards package. Your total rewards include significantly more than just your base pay. Our total rewards program offers a wide-ranging combination of pay, benefits, professional development, work/life balance in a meaningful, collaborative work environment, and so much more…

Salary:   $105,436- $148,963 Per Year

Closing Date: Monday, May 6, 2024 at 11:59 pm EST.

Application Link:  https://valenciacollege.peopleadmin.com/postings/34884