Musical Theatre Arts Educator In-Person & Online

Date Posted: May 26, 2022
Application Deadline: Nov 18, 2022
Start Date: Nov 21, 2022

Hourly From: $30/hr To $60/hr
Province: Ontario
City: North York
Employee Benefits: Other (e.g. flex time, comp tickets, etc.)
Check Additional Info section for more Employee Benefits
Organization's Field/Discipline: The Arts
Job's focus: Creative & Administrative
Job Type: Contract
Career Level: Intermediate

Organization Description

Haois International Arts
Haois International Arts is a Canadian federal corporation located in Toronto, Ontario. We are committed to bringing quality performing arts experience to a diverse audience through Arts Education, Theatre Show Production, and Community Events.
At Haois we believe in building equitable opportunities for artists. We do this by fair pay, opportunities for growth, and opportunities for cultural exchange.

Job Description

Hiring position: 3 positions, Part-time, Contract – Ongoing basis
Position duration: Minimum 6 months contract, starting Nov, Dec 2022
Working Locations: In-person North York, Markham, Toronto, GTA. Online Remotely.
Salary: Starting rate $30 - $60/ hour based on experience
Deadline to apply: Friday, Nov 18th, 2022. Ongoing till the position filled

Job Description: 

Are you passionate about musical theatre? Looking to share your love of singing, acting, and dance with the next generation of artists? Interested in learning about musical theatre in other cultures? If you answered yes, this position is for you. We're looking for someone who can: 
  • Create lesson plans, based on the framework set up by our lead teacher. 
  • Deliver group lessons, and observe the student's performance for lesson adjustment based on student's abilities and challenges.
  • Communicate professionally and in a timely manner with parents and Haois management.


Requirements:

What you can expect

For In-Person teaching, you’ll shadow the lead teacher to understand our teaching methods and prepare you to take the driver's seat. To run your own classes, you’ll be preparing lesson plans for the 9-12 years; 6-8 years; 4-6 age range classes. Typically they work on songs for 3-4 weeks, or about 4 class hours. Our students have a great work ethic and spend a lot of time practising at home. Our in-person classes take place on Sundays during the day, and on some weekdays after 4 pm to 9 pm, depending on student enrollment.    

For Online classes, you’ll have the opportunity to shadow the lead teacher too. For Online teaching, you need to have a reliable internet connection and an Ethernet cable. Clear camera and Microphone. Able to learn and adapt to the required online software such as Zoom, WeChat, DingTalk etc.

Qualifications: 
  • 2-3 years of experience in musical theatre or theatre education with young adults.
  • Qualified instructor in Vocal Music, especially for musical theatre
  • Post-secondary education in music, theatre, dance, education, or arts.
  • Experience creating lesson plans, and teaching in the arts.
  • For online classes, we might have a 12/13 hours time difference, the arts educator should be able to work early mornings (before 9 am Toronto time zone eg. 7-9am) and evenings (after 7pm Toronto time zone eg, 7-10pm or 7-12am) for some or both weekdays and weekends.


Additional Info:

Nice to Have

  • CPR and First Aid Certified and vulnerable sector check 
  • Reliable, with strong time management and communication skills.
  • Kindness and enthusiasm for children, young adults, and education.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to work in a team.


How to Apply:

Please prepare a self-introductory 1 to 2-minute video answering the following questions:

  • What is your name? What is your educational and professional background/experience in Musical theatre or in Arts?
  • How many years have you been teaching? What do you enjoy the most about arts education with young people?
  • What is your favourite musical show, and why?
 

Please send Your Video and Resume, Headshot to the following email address:
                                  info@haoisinternational.com



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