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Employment Opportunities


We have the following openings available now (updated 4/18/19).

All 3 positions can be filled by one person, if desired, or you may apply for just one position.


Art Teacher for ages 3-9

Hours:
Spring 2019: Mondays 11am-5pm, Tuesdays 11am-6pm, Thursdays 12-6:30pm
September 2019-June 2020: 20-30 hours per week between the hours of 11:00am-6:30pm, Monday-Friday. Exact hours vary by day, depending on classes scheduled.
This position is available only during the academic year. If the studio is closed for holiday break, there will be no classes. You are only paid for the classes you teach/hours you work. A small number of hours are available in July if desired, or you may apply for the summer assistant position below.
Requirements:
3+ years experience as teacher for ages 3-11 or in that range; or, 1+ year experience teaching in the age range of 3-11 and a teaching degree. Experience teaching art or a strong background in art. Experience developing a curriculum and classroom management skills. Alignment with company mission statement is necessary. Background check will be conducted upon hiring. A car is required for traveling to local preschools and elementary schools and for transporting art supplies and artwork.
Duties:
Train to become a head art teacher for preschool and elementary school children or develop your current skills as art teacher. This position both teaches children in our studio in Scarsdale and goes into local preschools and elementary schools to run classes as after school programs. Classes will take place midday for preschoolers (between 11am and 2pm) and 3-6pm for elementary school students. Classes are mixed media and teach both 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional art. Follow curriculum previously developed for each class and add your own projects if desired. Do all prep and follow up work for classes. Maintain relationships with schools that you go into. Act as liaison between schools and Young at Art. Clean classroom and materials after each class. Maintain studio organization so that it is easy for all teachers to find and use supplies. Transport supplies and art work to and from classes. Maximum number of students per class is 12; minimum is 4. Regardless of experience, training period will be a minimum of 2 months. Follow studio rules and procedures. Attend bimonthly staff meetings and supervision with the director.
Pay:
Salary will be different during training period and will go up once you are running classes on your own. Salary is commensurate with experience. Pay is hourly. There are no benefits or paid days off.

Saturday Art Teacher for Ages 4-11

Hours:
April, May, & June 2019 - 9:30am-1:30pm
September 2019-June 2020 - 9:00am-4:00pm
Classes run most Saturdays. There are no classes on holiday weekends or during winter and spring breaks.
Requirements:
3+ years experience as art teacher for ages 3-11; plus, experience running a classroom of 12 or more children. At least one year of experience developing curriculum for art classes and proven classroom management skills. Alignment with company mission statement is necessary. Background check will be conducted upon hiring.
Duties:
Act as head teacher for a 2-hour art class on Saturdays in spring and for 2 2-hour classes in the fall. Classes are mixed media and teach both 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional art. Create curriculum for students based on art project previous developed and add your own. Do all prep and follow up work for classes. Clean studio and materials after each class. Maintain studio organization so that it is easy for all teachers to find and use supplies. Supervise assistant teacher if provided one. Assistant teachers are provided if class size is 7 students or more. Maximum number of students per class is 12; minimum is 4. Regardless of experience, training period will be a minimum of 2 months. Follow studio rules and procedures. Attend bimonthly staff meetings and supervision with the director.
Pay:
Salary will be different during training period and will go up once you are running classes on your own. Salary is commensurate with experience. Pay is hourly. There are no benefits or paid days off.

Summer Art Teacher for Ages 3-10

Hours:
July - 9:00am-5:00pm, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays; 24 hrs/week
August - 9:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday; 40 hrs/ week
Requirements:
3+ years experience working with children between the ages of 3-11. Classroom management skills are a plus. Strong interest in art and experience making art or teaching art is required. Alignment with company mission statement is necessary. Background check will be conducted upon hiring.
Duties:
Assist head teacher for summer camps and workshops. Classes are mixed media and teach both 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional art. Class size is between 6-12 children. Do daily prep and follow up work for camps and workshops as requested. Set up and clean studio and materials after each class. Maintain studio organization so that it is easy for all teachers to find and use supplies. Follow studio rules and procedures. Attend bimonthly staff meetings and supervision with the director.
Pay:
Pay is $15 per hour. There are no benefits or paid days off. This is a summer position only, but could develop into a part time job during the school year.
To apply, please send your resume and an email cover letter expressing your interest in Young at Art to: Jen Kaplan Young at Art Studio Inc., President jen@youngatartworkshop.com 914-723-9229[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]