Roundabout Theatre Company
|Location||New York City|
Roundabout Theatre Company Teaching Artists develop curriculum and facilitate sessions for a variety of populations including students in grades 6–12, educators, families, audiences and other groups as needed. Work is primarily distributed through in-school residencies, on-site workshops, and audience engagement events. School residencies occur across NYC's 5 boroughs. Roundabout Teaching Artists sometimes teach their craft, but more frequently use their craft as a vehicle to teach leadership skills, develop social emotional competencies, or connect to content of another academic subject.
While all artistic disciplines are welcome to apply, we are specifically in need of Choreographers, Playwrights, Carpenters, Electricians, Stage Managers, Production Managers, and Music Directors.
What you bring to the role:
Professional skills, training or experience in one or more theatrical disciplines
Experience or interest in teaching diverse populations
Embodied values of racial and social justice
Availability for assignments in the 2021-22 season (September ‘21 -August ‘22)
A commitment to paid training sessions (see dates below)
Flexibility to work occasional evening and weekend hours
It’s a plus if you have...
Prior Teaching or Teaching Artist Experience
Experience partnering with NYC public schools
Ability to teach in languages other than English
Experience collaborating with people with disabilities
What you should know:
Teaching Artists are hired as part time employees. Starting hourly rate is $50 per hour for all planning & facilitation and $35 per hour for all required training.
This position reports to the Director of Teaching & Learning.
Scheduling of work is flexible and is based on departmental need.
Teaching Artists are credited on curricular materials, in Playbills and on our website.
Teaching Artists accrue safe and sick leave at the rate of 1 hour for every 30 hours worked, up to a maximum of 56 hours of safe and sick leave each Calendar Year.
Occasional professional development opportunities are offered. Roundabout sponsors registration and pays $35 per hour for attendance.
Theatre-related benefits include periodic complimentary and discount tickets.
Formal performance reviews are conducted annually and include 360-degree feedback.
Roundabout retains legal ownership of the product of employee work. No work product created while employed by the Company can be claimed, construed, or presented as property of the individual, even after employment by the Company has been terminated or the relevant project completed.
Roundabout supplies all materials and/or equipment required for assignments.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.
TO LEARN MORE:
Information Sessions will be held via ZOOM with Education Staff and Roundabout Teaching Artists. Select a date below to register for an information session.
June 25 at 11am (with live captions)
July 12 at 1pm (with live captions and ASL Interpretation)
July 22 at 5pm (with live captions)
How to Apply
Applications for the 2021-22 season should be submitted by end of day on July 30, 2021. Applicants chosen for consideration will be invited to a group interview, followed by an "audition" of a teaching sample. Group interviews and auditions will be held in-person in midtown Manhattan, pending health & safety regulations.
Applicants must be available for all of the following dates:
At least one interview date: August 16 3pm - 5pm or August 17 11am - 1pm
At least one audition date: August 19 or August 20
Orientation: September 13, 10am – 2pm
Training: September 14 – 17, 10am – 6pm daily