Theatre Teacher - High School (2021-2022 School Year) at Claremont Unified | EDJOIN

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Theatre Teacher - High School (2021-2022 School Year) at Claremont Unified

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Job Information

Date Posted: 3/30/2021 Application Deadline: 4/20/2021 11:55 PM Pacific
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 182
Salary: $53,785 - $83,705 (initial placement DOE) Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Daniel Leon Email: dleon@cusd.claremont.edu
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Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   

Requirements:

California Single Subject credential required authorizing service in a secondary school in English.  CLAD/BCLAD authorization (or embedded in credential) required.

CBEST transcript if newly hired in the state of California or if no public school employment within the last 39 calendar months in a California public school.

Salary:

Appropriate placement on the Teachers' Salary Schedule. Credit may be given for the immediate nine years prior to being hired for verified teaching experience requiring a teaching credential.

Application Procedures:

Applications are being accepted on our website www.cusd.claremont.edu, through www.edjoin.org only. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Interviews will be scheduled as appropriate. Any qualified applicant being recommended for a position may be required to obtain fingerprint clearance prior to beginning employment

 

Position Description:

The department is looking for someone who is: dynamic, a recruiter of students, a promoter of student leadership, engaging, an innovator, a team player, outgoing, a self-starter, a good communicator, organized, connected, and a logistical thinker.  The department seeks an active teacher  with experience in theatrical production who has the ability to inspire students and establish relationships with all stakeholders.

A successful candidate will provide a wide range of theatre arts instruction in musical theatre, theatre production, children’s theatre, and technical theatre. A successful candidate will supervise, provide leadership, and take responsibility for all of the activities of the high school theatre production classes, ComedySportz® team, and extracurricular theatre activities.

 

Professional Responsibilities:

Preparation and implementation of daily lessons, delivery of assignments, and timely evaluation of all relevant class work and student progress.

Teach theatre courses in acting, technical theatre, musical theatre, play production, and other elements of theatre.

Design and implementation of appropriate, authentic assessments and support of individual student learning styles.

Produce mainstage productions, which include a fall fundraiser, winter play, One Act Festival, spring children’s musical, spring play, and spring musical.

Maintain theatre space and theatrical equipment, including audio, lighting, painting, and construction equipment, as well as costume, prop, and makeup storage.

Support other events in theatre and provide technical support for campus events.

Plan and supervise local, state, and national festivals & competition trips.

Recruit and work with parent booster groups, volunteers, and guest artists.

Sponsor the school’s Thespian troupe.

Coordinate purchasing with the ASB Office for all productions, trips, and activities.

Collaborate with communications and marketing and events personnel to ensure successful public performances.

Foster and develop relationships with community organizations such as the City of Claremont, Chamber of Commerce, and Village Marketing Group and participate in 4th of July Face Painting, Chamber of Commerce events, and Village Venture.

Organize and manage ticket sales.

Ensure the safety of students by following theatre safety guidelines and providing training for students, as well as implementing Covid Safety guidelines as required by LA County.

This position requires a commitment to a rigorous after-school rehearsal schedule.

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

California Single Subject credential required authorizing service in a secondary school in English. EL/CLAD authorization (or embedded in credential) required. CBEST transcript if newly hired in the state of California or if no public school employment within the last 39 calendar months in a California public school.

  • Copy of Transcript (Proof of Bachelor's Degree)
  • Credential Copy
  • English Learner Authorization
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3 letters-dated within the last 2 years)
  • Resume
  • Test Results/Materials (CBEST copy)


  • Single Subject Teaching Credential - English

California Single Subject credential required authorizing service in a secondary school in English. EL/CLAD authorization (or embedded in credential) required. CBEST transcript if newly hired in the state of California or if no public school employment within the last 39 calendar months in a California public school.

  • Copy of Transcript (Proof of Bachelor's Degree)
  • Credential Copy
  • English Learner Authorization
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3 letters-dated within the last 2 years)
  • Resume
  • Test Results/Materials (CBEST copy)


  • Single Subject Teaching Credential - English

Comments and Other Information

The Claremont Unified School District is located in Southern California approximately 35 miles east of Los Angeles. The community is known for the Claremont Colleges and has a strong working relationship with these institutions. Currently, the District has over 7,000 students in its K-12 program and runs an extensive Adult School program. There are seven unique elementary schools, a school for the orthopedically handicapped, an intermediate school, a comprehensive high school, and a continuation school. All Claremont elementary schools are designated by the State of California as Distinguished Schools. Claremont High School is a National Blue Ribbon Award Winner and a California Distinguished School. Vision Statement: Each CUSD student is recognized and valued, inspired to be a life long learner, and prepared to be a contributing member of our global society. Mission Statement: Each CUSD student is equipped academically, prepared socially, and empowered to participate and thrive in a challenging, diverse world.

Comments and Other Information


The Claremont Unified School District is located in Southern California approximately 35 miles east of Los Angeles. The community is known for the Claremont Colleges and has a strong working relationship with these institutions. Currently, the District has over 7,000 students in its K-12 program and runs an extensive Adult School program. There are seven unique elementary schools, a school for the orthopedically handicapped, an intermediate school, a comprehensive high school, and a continuation school. All Claremont elementary schools are designated by the State of California as Distinguished Schools. Claremont High School is a National Blue Ribbon Award Winner and a California Distinguished School. Vision Statement: Each CUSD student is recognized and valued, inspired to be a life long learner, and prepared to be a contributing member of our global society. Mission Statement: Each CUSD student is equipped academically, prepared socially, and empowered to participate and thrive in a challenging, diverse world.

 


Application Deadline

4/20/2021 11:55 PM Pacific

Date Posted

3/30/2021

Contact

Number of Openings

1

Salary

$53,785 - $83,705 (initial placement DOE)

Length of Work Year

182

Employment Type

Full Time