JTP Performing Arts Summer Series 2018

   Employment Opportunities

Camp Locations:

St Francis of Assisi Church

(11401 Leesville Rd, Raleigh, NC 27613)

Rising 2nd grade - rising 9th grade campers

July 9 - 27 (Monday - Friday)

2 evening performances on the 26th & 27th

 

Emily K Center

(904 W Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC 27701)

Rising 2nd grade - rising 9th grade campers

July 30 - August 10 (Monday - Friday)

2 evening performances on the 9th and 10th


All applications are due by April 1, 2018

*We prefer that you are able to commit to both campsites*

Email us for an application or call 919-264-7089

thejusticetheaterproject@gmail.com

 

Job Descriptions

Music Instructor

Instructor must be able to read music and teach voice parts to campers from rising 2nd grade – rising 9th grade.  He/she must be work well with children from all different backgrounds.  The instructor serves as the musical director for the summer show and has to conduct during performances.  The instructor will teach music in 30 minute rotations in the mornings and afternoons.  He/she should be able to differentiate instruction to teach skill levels of the various age groups.  

Qualifications: BA in the related field or work experience   

Hours: 9am – 4pm (with an hour break 12 noon – 1pm) + 2 evening performances at each camp

Salary: $600 a week

 

Dance Instructor

Instructor serves as the choreographer for the summer production.  He/she must be able to work well with children from all different backgrounds.  The instructor will teach dance in 30 minute rotations in the mornings and afternoons.  He/she should be able to differentiate instruction to teach skill levels of the various age groups.  The dance instructor is responsible for all the choreography in the show.

Qualifications: BA in the related field or work experience     

Hours: 9am – 4pm (with an hour break 12 noon – 1pm)

Salary: $550 a week

 

Creative Drama Instructor

Instructor will create age appropriate activities and teach creative drama in 30 minute rotations to campers.  He/she must be able to work well with children from all different backgrounds.    

Qualifications: BA in the related field or work experience   

Hours: 9am – 12 noon

Salary: $325 a week

 

Assistant Instructor

Assistant Instructor will support the other instructors in Music, Dance, Art, and Creative Drama.  He/she will also teach classes if any instructor is absent.  He/she must work well with children from different backgrounds and be receptive to learn from the Instructors.  

Qualifications: College Junior or Senior majoring in the arts or work experience   

Hours: 9am – 4pm  

Salary: $300 a week

 

Camp Manager

Camp Manager oversees the daily functioning of the camp.  He/she is responsible for creating an environment where campers are safe, learning about musical theater, and having fun.  He/she should have experience in working with a diverse population.  Duties include creating and implementing daily schedules, communicating with parents, creating a weekly newsletter, and managing counselors and instructors.  The camp manager is required to be at the evening performances and help with strike.   

Qualifications: BA in the related field or work experience   

Hours: St. Francis Site: 11:30am – 5:30pm / Emily K Site: 11am – 5pm  

Salary: $550 a week

 

Director

Director is responsible for directing the show “Shrek Jr”.  He/she has to lead a production team and be able to articulate a vision for the show.  The director should have experience in working with rising 2nd graders - rising 9th graders.  He/she should be able to differentiate instruction to teach skill levels of the various age groups.  Duties include casting the show, creating  a rehearsal schedule, running productive rehearsals, leading a production team (set, costumes, lights, sound, props) to implement the vision for the show, and making sure campers are having a great experience.  He/she also has to help with strike.   

Qualifications: BA in the related field or work experience   

Hours: 12 noon – 4 pm

Salary: $550 a week

 

Technical Director

Technical Director is in charge of the technical elements of the show.  He/she will work closely with the director to ensure that the show’s vision is being fulfilled.  Duties will include designing all the technical elements (set, lights, sound, props, costumes) for the show and assembling a team that will construct and run the equipment.  The technical director will also supervise strike for both campsites.    

Qualifications: BA in the related field or work experience   

Hours: Varies

Salary: $300 a week