The search for Dance/NYC's next Executive Director is currently underway and headed by trustees, committee and task force members, and leaders in the New York metropolitan area dance community. Management Consultants for the Arts is the firm leading this search. To learn more about the opportunity and application process, please visit Dance.NYC.
UBW is looking for an Administrative Associate and a Program Logistics Coordinator
The Administrative Associate is responsible for providing administrative support to all areas of operations, and supports the overall workflow and systems of the UBW office.
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PROGRAM LOGISTICS COORDINATOR
The Program Logistics Coordinator reports to the Manager of Operations and Special Projects and is responsible for providing logistical and planning support for UBW’s programs:
To apply for a position, please send a cover letter, your resume and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Position Title - First Name Last Name."
Apply by November 1, 2018.
POSITION: TEMPLE UNIVERSITYBOYER COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DANCENOTICE OF FACULTY VACANCYAssistant/Associate Professor Appointment: Dance
BOYER COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DANCE
NOTICE OF FACULTY VACANCY
Assistant/Associate Professor Appointment: Dance
POSITION: Full time tenure track appointment - Dance
RANK/SALARY: Assistant/Associate Professor appointment in Dance. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Department of Dance seeks a tenure-track faculty member with a rich artistic, scholarly, and performance practice grounded in Africanist philosophical and cultural aesthetics, including neo-traditional and/or contemporary African diasporic forms. Teaching will include undergraduate and graduate studio courses and theory seminars and integrated theory/practice seminars. Areas of expertise could include: Black Performance and Theory, African Diaspora Dance in the Caribbean, Popular Diasporic Dance Forms, Contemporary African Dance, The Body Politic, The Umfundalai Technique, and Hip-Hop Dance Practices. Other areas of expertise within African Diaspora Dance will be considered.QUALIFICATIONS: MFA or PhD in Dance or a related discipline. Ability to inspire students with diverse backgrounds. Demonstrated evidence of successful university teaching in various levels of African, African American, and/or African diaspora dance forms, in choreography and performance, and in two theoretical areas, such as: black aesthetics, dance history, dance anthropology, critical pedagogy, critical race theory, cultural studies, community studies, environmental dance.
Applicants are expected to be outstanding teachers, maintain a dynamic research agenda and record of publication, and engage in appropriate service to the College, the University, and the profession. In keeping with Temple University’s internationalization mission, we are looking for a colleague who can further the international reach of the Dance Department in the form of existing or potential relationships.
APPOINTMENT DATE: July 1, 2019
REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS: Begins Immediately and continues until position is filled. E-mail letter of application and a current Curriculum Vitae to email@example.com
SUBMIT APPLICATION TO: Karen Bond, Search Committee Chair
c/o: Mrs. Florence Brown-Palmore, Temple University – Boyer College of Music and Dance, Rock Hall 105, 1715 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122
Phone: 215-204-8097. Fax 215-204-4060
Please begin email file names with your last name and include the position name. For example: Smith.Temple.DANCE.App.pdf or Smith. Temple.DANCE.CV.pdf.
PLEASE DO NOT SEND ADDITIONAL MATERIALS UNTIL REQUESTED.
Prepare to send the following additional materials if requested at a later date:
· 5 confidential letters of recommendation directly from the referee;
· 3 additional names of references with phone numbers and email addresses;
· Examples of links to online performances and scholarly publications.
The Boyer College of Music and Dance offers music and dance undergraduate and graduate degree programs in composition, conducting, dance, jazz, keyboard, music education, music history, music theory, and music therapy, music technology, performance, and voice and opera. Located on Temple's main campus, the Boyer College is situated in close proximity to the City’s historic cultural institutions, including the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Opera Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ballet, Philadanco, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Along with the School of Theater, Film and Media Arts, Boyer is part of the Center for the Performing and Cinematic Arts, which enrolls over 1,700 students.
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER.
WOMEN AND MINORITY CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
Development Associate - Movement Research
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning May 31, 2018.
The paid training period will take place June 11–29.
The official employment start date is July 1, 2018.
View full job description here.
Development Associate is a 20–25 hour/week, part-time hourly position at Movement Research. Compensation is $17/hour. As part of the compensation package, employee also receives the benefit of free access to Movement Research classes and selected workshops. Employee contribution 403(b) plan is available. Schedule is anticipated to be 4–5 days per week in the administrative offices located in the East Village and includes participation at some evening and weekend events.
To apply, please email the following materials as a single pdf to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Development Associate” in the subject line: Resume; Cover letter; Name, title, organization, email and phone number for two to three professional references. If available, please include a writing sample from a recent funding application.
Movement Research continuously seeks to engage a more diverse and inclusive participant body and strives to recognize individuality and create equal opportunities for all, regardless of race, class, gender, ability, ethnicity, sexuality or age. MR is committed to maintaining a strong connection to an existing diverse community of experimental artists and audiences, while at the same time broadening its definition of experimentation to more include working within and pushing the boundaries of all movement-based forms. Movement Research recognizes the essential need to diversify the range of aesthetics, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds represented on NYC stages and strongly encourages applications from individuals aligned with this vision.
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I am a performer, historian, consultant and dance writer. I am a faculty member at Hunter College, Sarah Lawrence College (Guest), Empire State College's online program Center for Distance Learning. I am also a former faculty member of The Ailey School and the Alvin Ailey/Fordham University dance major program, Kean University and The Joffrey Ballet School's Jazz and Contemporary Trainee Program. I write on dance for The Amsterdam News, Dance Magazine and various publications. Click below to read more about me at my home page - "About Me."