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POSITION: Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance at UCLA - Assistant/Associate Professor of Choreography
The Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance at UCLA - seeking Assistant/Associate Professor of Choreography.
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The American College Dance Association (ACDA) is pleased to announce a national search for a new Executive Director.
The American College Dance Association (ACDA) exists to support and affirm dance in higher education through regional conferences, the adjudication process, and national festivals. The educational mission of the Association is to foster creative potential, to honor multiple approaches to scholarly and creative research and activity, to promote excellence in choreography and/or performance, and to give presence and value to diversity in dance.
Our new Executive Director will serve as the administrative leader and chief consultant for a wide network of collaborators who, together, produce dance conferences, festivals, and virtual programs and events nationally and throughout the geographic regions of ACDA. Providing ethical, strategic, transparent, and values-centered direction, they will serve as a hands-on, operational leader responsible for helping to set organizational priorities enabling ACDA to achieve its short and long-term financial, programmatic, and strategic goals while also guiding the next phase of growth and innovation for the Association.
The ACDA office is currently based in the Washington, D.C. area, but ACDA is open to considering an alternative geographic location. The Executive Director will work with and oversee a full-time staff of one additional employee. Learn more about ACDA at www.acda.dance.
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This full-time position begins in January. Salary is $65,000-70,000 and negotiable. Details are in this job listing. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled people, BIPOC, SWANA, and LGBTQIA+ applicants are especially encouraged to apply.
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON FACULTY SEARCH:
We are looking to fill TWO Assistant Professor, tenure-track positions in Dance. A summary of the positions and a link to the full descriptions can be found below. Please circulate this to whomever you know that might be interested.
First considerations will go to applications submitted by November 15, 2022. The start date is August 2023.
Position 1: The successful candidate will teach studio practice/technique courses and dance theory courses related to their creative work/research. We welcome candidates from a broad spectrum of dance practices. Desirable teaching interests include dance composition/choreography and related studies, site-performance dance studies, writing and critical analysis in the arts, dance aesthetics and philosophy, and community-based/socially engaged dance practices. The Dance Program seeks a candidate with strong organizational and leadership skills, combined with a keen ability to foster collegiality and collaborative initiatives both within our dance program and the city.
Position 2: The successful candidate will teach studio practice/technique courses and dance theory courses related to choreography and research. We welcome candidates from a broad spectrum of contemporary dance practices. Desirable teaching interests include community-based/socially engaged dance practices, hip-hop practices and history, dance technology & digital media, dance business skills, and creative dance practices. The Dance Program maintains a unique focus on both the artistry and business of dance; and seeks a candidate with strong organizational and leadership skills, combined with a keen ability to foster collegiality and collaborative initiatives both within our dance program and city.
ARTISTIC PROGRAMS MANAGER POSITION SUMMARY
The Artistic Programs Manager is a proactive, ambitious, creative, organized, and justice driven professional whose primary responsibility is to manage and provide meaningful artistic leadership support to MOVE|NYC|’s artistic, mentorship, and professional development programs, in addition to programmatic administration/communications.
The successful candidate has a professional dance background, at minimum 1-2 years of prior professional experience in a similar role and duties, evident passion for the arts and arts education, social and racial justice, and youth development and empowerment, and an alignment with MOVE|NYC|’s mission.
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