PO Box 130255
Boston, MA 02113
Date Posted: January 10, 2020
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
Communicate with parents which include: emails at least two weeks prior to camp with full details of the week’s activities, daily wrap-ups including pictures from the day and schedule for the next day, show reminders, activities of the day updates, costume needs, etc.
Run sign in and sign out each day, including early drop-off and late pick-up, tracking of registrar and rosters.
Select and write shows for each workshop week with assistance from music director and choreographer on music and song choices.
Stage and direct weekly musical shows
Create programs and props for each weekly show.
Work with a program budget and ensure that each week stays within budget.
Ensure that snacks and supplies are restocked as needed each week.
Meet and manage support staff and interns daily (1 music director, 1 choreographer, 1 high school and 1 middle school)
Delegate tasks and projects to interns as needed.
Ensure Summer Workshop Policies are always met and followed
Create and run daily schedules and oversee all activities & classroom management
Ensure the safety of all students and staff
Notify NEMPAC of any facility needs, concerns, or challenges
Skilled in teaching students between the ages of 5-10, with excellent classroom management skills.
Have prior musical theatre or theatre teaching/directing experience and be committed to promoting the growth of their students.
Have exceptional communication and organizational skills.
Passion for music, theatre, and arts education.
A positive and fun attitude!
Have flexibility to changes in schedule, can work in a fast-paced environment
An undergraduate degree in education, music, theatre, musical theatre, theatre education, music education or arts education is required, and a graduate degree is highly preferred.
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