Art Ed Jobs & Internships, week of February 2


  • Jacob Burns Film Center is hiring for a new position, Manager of School Programs
  • Poly Prep Country Day School is hiring a new Head of the Visual Arts Department:
    • The Head of Visual Arts Department at Poly Prep Country Day School (“Poly Prep”) leads the visual arts faculty for both the Middle and Upper Schools.  The Head of the Visual Arts Department reports to the Assistant Head of School, Upper School Division Head and Middle School Division Head.  S/he will be responsible for setting the vision and curricular goals for the department that are in line with the school’s mission statement.
      Poly Prep is looking for an individual who is preferably both a practicing artist and has experience teaching.  Interested candidates should have experience with, or an understanding of: painting, ceramics, sculpture, photography, drawing, art history, print making and problem solving and of course, a desire to learn and have a willingness to collaborate with others.
      Duties include:
      Teaching (four classes):
      – 2-Advanced Drawing
      – 1-Advanced Painting
      – 1-Introduction to Painting
      – Independent Classes (upon request) in Photography, Architecture and
      Outside of teaching:
      – Assisting seniors with the arrangement and documentation of their portfolios for college application
      – Writing college recommendations
      – Organizing and hosting two School Wide Visual Art Shows
      – Organizing and hosting one Faculty Art Show
      – Organizing and hosting Visiting Artist Week
      – Carefully manage budget and supplies
      – Attend weekly Heads of Departments Meeting
      – Lead Bi-Weekly or monthly department meetings
      – Evaluate faculty and assist in identifying professional development opportunities
      – Oversee grades and comments for student reports for both divisions
      – Organize a day-long department workshop outside of school.
      How to Apply: Interested candidates should send a cover letter and current resume detailing their interest in the position and specific evidence of their qualifications to: by February 19, 2016
  • The Whitney Museum is hiring for two positions: Freelance Family Programs Educator and Coordinator of Community and Access Programs
  • The Museum of Art and Design is looking for a Coordinator for their ArtsLife program
  • The Rubin Museum is hiring Teaching Artists
  • Several positions are open in the Brooklyn Cultural Adventures (BCAP) team
  • LEAP NYC is hiring teaching artists
  • Growing Up Green Charter School is looking for art teachers
  • Belmont High School seeks after school facilitators:
    • As of currently, the following days and times need to be filled by teaching artist:
      Monday’s at 3:30pm-5pm we are looking for a Music production, music lyricist, or music therapy facilitator  to work with teenage boys 14-17 (average age is 16). The population is transient, so lessons should be a one hit wonder with the possibility to build upon for the youth that are continuous.
      Tuesday’s 5-6:30 slot needs to be filled with an exciting group, preferably a movement class that teaches hip hop and can create a show to be showcased at the end of the year. The maximum of youth would be 20. Wednesday from 5pm-6:30 can be filled with another music teacher or another type of artist. Thursday’s we may have an open slot from 3:30pm-5pm to preferably work with the males. This slot can be filled with a music person/spoken word person. If interested, email Gerina Davis
  • The Cooper Hewitt Museum is hiring for two positions: Education Specialist (Family Programs and Design Camp) and Director of Education
  • A few paid job requests are open at different schools in the city, via International Immigration Research and Support Services, a non-profit organization that aids immigrant children and families with vocational and educational counseling, foreign transcript evaluation, tutoring for exams, day to day homework support, and job training and job placement. Aid is also provided with immigration-related opportunities, forms, and citizenship examinations.
    • Educational Teaching Assistants (paraprofessionals) bilingual in English and Mandarin
    • Educational Teaching Assistants (paraprofessionals) bilingual in English and Russian
    • School Aide bilingual in English and Bengali
    • School Aide bilingual in English and Arabic
    • School Aide bilingual in English and Tibetan
    • School Aide bilingual in English and Russian
    •  School Aide bilingual in English and Uzbek
    • Math Teacher (Licensed)
    • Substitute Teacher Position bilingual in English and Spanish
    • Bilingual Physical Education Teacher (DOE Certified)
    • Applicants interested in the mentioned positions to send a copy of their résumé to Those who speak a foreign language or languages are also welcome to send their résumés. We will forward the résumé to the appropriate organization based on the job availability. Resumes can also be mailed to: International Immigration Research and Support Services, Rockefeller Center, Call Number 1306, New York, NY 10185


  • Apply for study abroad internships in South Aftrica through Michigan State University’s program in Art, Cultural Heritage, and Museums

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