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The Australian Ballet is Australia’s flagship ballet company and one of the world’s leading ballet companies. Founded in 1962 and comprising 80 dancers, its diverse repertoire is built on the tradition of classical ballet and the best of contemporary ballet. Based in Melbourne, the company delivers over 240 performances annually in Australia and on regular international tours and has established a national and international reputation for outstanding performance excellence through its vision of “caring for tradition and daring to be different”.



With the retirement of David McAllister AM in December 2020, the Board of The Australian Ballet is now seeking to appoint an inspirational, internationally- recognised person with outstanding artistic and leadership qualities to serve as Artistic Director and to guide the company’s continued growth and success.

The ideal candidate is a confident, articulate and empathetic leader who can deliver a bold, innovative and compelling artistic vision to advance the company and its dancers consistent with the company’s mission and goals.

The person will be able to demonstrate an affinity for Australian culture, identify and nurture talent, have a keen results focus and excellent stakeholder management skills.

Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess a range of skills and attributes which include the ability to:
  Be the public face of The Australian Ballet and uphold the artistic reputation and standards of the company
   Leverage strong international contacts to secure premium productions and artistic talent
Select, engage and develop outstanding dance and artistic talent
Attract both new and loyal audiences to the art form
Work in close partnership with the Executive Director to deliver exceptional programs and financial sustainability
Collaborate with The Australian Ballet School to ensure a pipeline of future talent


The Artistic Director role will be based in Melbourne and will regularly spend significant time in Sydney and other national and international touring locations. For further information visit 

Confidential enquiries should be directed to Egon Zehnder on +61 3 9678 9600 or email:

Interested candidates are invited to submit a covering letter and a detailed resume via the above email address on or before 25 October 2019.

p) 03 9678 9600

Artistic Director: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago


As one of the world’s leading contemporary dance companies whose ensemble knows no boundaries, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (Hubbard Street) brings artists, art, and audiences together to enrich, engage, educate, and change lives through the experience of dance.

Hubbard Street grew out of the Lou Conte Dance Studio in 1977 when Lou Conte gathered an ensemble of four dancers to perform in senior centers across Chicago. Since then, the company has become one of the most original forces in contemporary dance. Now opening its 43rd season, Hubbard Street performs regularly in venues around the city of Chicago and has appeared in celebrated dance venues in 44 states and 19 countries. Hubbard Street continues to be an innovative force, supporting its creative talent while developing and presenting repertory by major international artists.

Hubbard Street introduces audiences to original, cutting-edge contemporary dance through new and diverse repertoire created by leading and emerging choreographers from across the globe. The company has forged relationships and creative partnerships with artists such as Jiří Kylián, Kyle Abraham, Ohad Naharin, Crystal Pite, and Twyla Tharp and with renowned arts organizations, including collaborations with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Art Institute of Chicago, Second City, Alonzo King LINES Ballet, and Third Coast Percussion. Hubbard Street’s partnerships with Chicago Public Schools provide teaching artists and educators the opportunity to plan, teach, and learn together to create exciting and meaningful integrated curriculum that challenges students and takes learning to new levels. Hubbard Street’s Parkinson's Project is the oldest Parkinson's dance program in the Midwest, bringing people together in community with their caregivers and partners to share contemporary dance techniques, which is shown to slow the progress of the disease.

Hubbard Street is governed by a 15-member board of directors, led by Chair Steven Collens and President Kristin Conley. Executive Director David McDermott has led the staff leadership team since 2017. The company has been led by three artistic leaders in its history—Lou Conte from 1977 to 2000, Jim Vincent from 2000 to 2009, and Glenn Edgerton from 2009 to 2020. In recognition of the realities of the global pandemic of 2020, Hubbard Street has resized to a core roster of 10 dancers on 44-week contracts and a current staff of 13 full-time employees, with a planned operational budget of $2.7 million. In 2021, Hubbard Street intends to embark on new and innovative strategies for illuminating and fostering contemporary dance in a COVID and post-COVID world, led by the new Artistic Director. Community Known as The Second City or The Windy City, Chicago is the largest city in the Midwest, with 2.7 million residents and more than 9 million residents in the metropolitan area. With a unique spirit and community unlike large cities on the two coasts, throughout its history Chicago has been, in the words of Mark Twain, the place that is “always contriving and achieving new impossibilities." Recognizing its appeal to visitors, Condé Nast readers have selected Chicago as the Best Big City in the United States four years in a row. A diverse and vibrant place to live, Chicago has the community of an intimate small town but offers a myriad of amenities for its residents, including a world-class collection of arts and cultural offerings. Chicago has a robust public transportation system, two international airports directly connected to local trains, and pre-pandemic job growth that outpaced the country in 2019. Chicago itself is a city of neighborhoods, with more than 77 distinct communities, each with their own unique restaurants, businesses, and entertainment options. Throughout the vast variety of neighborhoods, residents are surrounded by rich history, architectural marvels, and iconic landmarks. Chicago is home to the world’s first skyscrapers, a treasure trove of Frank Lloyd Wright wonders, and plenty of stunning locations throughout many historic and cultural districts. Residents and visitors can also enjoy an array of beautiful natural and recreational spaces within the city limits and near surroundings. Chicago’s cultural life includes a host of prominent cultural institutions and the city has one of the strongest theater communities in the United States, with more than 240 independent nonprofit theaters calling the city home, including Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, The Second City, and Chicago Shakespeare Theater, as well as other major institutions such as the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Chicago Architecture Center, Steppenwolf Theatre, Goodman Theater, Joffrey Ballet, Chicago History Museum, Museum of Science and Industry, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Chicago Botanic Garden. Chicago is also home to an award-winning restaurant scene and features a host of world-famous chefs such as prominent arts supporter Rick Bayless. Outdoor adventurers can explore the Lakefront Trail on Lake Michigan, dine on the Chicago Riverwalk, enjoy Chicago’s famous architectural cruises, or picnic in one of many neighborhood parks. Millennium Park is the home to a host of summertime concerts at Pritzker Pavilion and a variety of festivals, including Lollapalooza, the Chicago Blues, Gospel Music, and Jazz Festivals, and many more. Chicago boasts several award-winning sports teams. From a business perspective, Illinois is home to 36 Fortune 500 companies, 10 of which are headquartered in Chicago including Boeing, McDonald’s, United Airlines, Mondelez International, and Conagra Brands. Chicago’s technology sector is growing rapidly, with nearly 100,000 workers in the city who enhance technological innovations world-wide. Chicago embraces and celebrates its diversity. Currently estimated at 30 percent Black, 29 percent Latino, 6.4 percent Asian, and 33 percent white with a growing multi-ethnic population, Chicago’s cultural community strives to engage and support Chicagoans of all backgrounds in creative expression. Forty languages are spoken in Chicago households, with Spanish and Polish being the most common. Boasting a vibrant LGBTQ+ community, Chicago is home to Northalsted, the country’s first officially designated gay neighborhood, and has a full month of Pride celebrations each year. Sources:,,,

Hubbard Street is committed to taking ongoing action to make the organization and the world more diverse, inclusive, and anti-racist.

In the search process for a new artistic leader, Hubbard Street has committed to:

Partner with an executive search firm with a history of placing diverse candidates.

Incorporate input from the diverse voices of its staff, dancers, and broader community in determining what Hubbard Street needs in a new leader.

Include people of color and representatives from the larger dance community on the search committee.

Require all search committee members to have taken part in equity, diversity, inclusion, and structural racism training.

Commit to prioritize interviewing a diverse slate of candidates.

Position Summary
Reporting to the board of directors in an equal position alongside the Executive Director, the Artistic Director will be the face of Hubbard Street Dance and the public storyteller for the company. The Artistic Director will bring people from a variety of backgrounds into the company’s artistry. They will provide cultural and historical context, stylistic connections between forms, and a balance of work to inspire new appreciation and excitement about dance, the range of emotional experiences it can foster, and the future of the artform. The Artistic Director will provide inspirational leadership as the curator of a robust mix of dance programming, centered on recruiting and developing world-class repertory dancers and representing a contrasting and growing set of internationally prominent choreographers as well as dynamic emerging talents. Their artistic focus will make the most of the dancers’ unique ability to surprise and delight audiences with work in multiple dance expressions from choreographers with a wide array of cultural and artistic backgrounds, visions, and interpretations. The Artistic Director will be responsible for supporting and growing work within the company and authentically engaging outside funders, donors, audiences, educators, and community partners. Given the cultural impact and high visibility of the Artistic Director’s choices for Hubbard Street, this individual will be at the forefront of leading the board, staff, and dancers to ensure the advancement of diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism initiatives. This includes supporting structural policies, inclusive decision making, and internal and external messaging.

Roles and Responsibilities
Artistic Creativity and Communication
Conceive and develop Hubbard Street’s artistic vision by creating a dynamic dance repertoire comprised of new commissions and existing work to express that vision.

Clearly communicate the artistic vision with dancers, staff, and the board.

Lead the dancers, technicians, and production teams with clarity and inspiration, fostering an environment of collaborative innovation with a collectively understood and unified purpose and direction.

Cultivate relationships with prominent and emerging choreographers, bringing their work to the company and introducing and contextualizing it to the dancers and the Hubbard Street community, while ensuring a high level of artistic excellence.

Embrace artistic experimentation and risk taking within an understanding of appropriate timing, progress, and openness from the company’s dancers and audiences.

Identify and provide necessary and physically safe training for dancers to support the incorporation of new dances and techniques into their repertoire.

Provide illuminating context for artistic works in order to draw audiences more deeply into each performance.

Create a balance of work within each evening and season to generate enthusiasm, appreciation, and growth in the perspectives of the company’s audiences and supporters.

Develop and clearly articulate artistic plans for upcoming seasons, including a thoughtful framework for advancing the artistic experience of the company over time.

Synthesize complex issues and processes and articulate them succinctly to break down barriers and build understanding with all constituents.

Innovate and adapt programs and formats to the changing circumstances in the world, leading the field in embracing multiple dance forms, new modes of physical production, dance film productions, virtual capture and distribution, cross-disciplinary performing arts collaborations that include dance, social justice movements, and other practical or societal factors.

Collaborate with the board and Executive Director to build an organization that leads in both the understanding and practical application of equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism principles, including championing the engagement of culture- and identity-diverse choreographers, dancers, technicians, musicians, designers, board members, and staff.

Conduct auditions to identify and engage dancers representing the world’s best talent that is commensurate with the reputation and existing dancers of the company.

Act as a mentor and supervisor to dancers and other artistic staff.

Lead by example to create and maintain a congenial and healthy work environment in which dancers, staff, and board members effectively work together with mutual respect. Resource Management and Departmental Collaboration

Serve as a leader in setting Hubbard Street’s strategic planning and community engagement in 2021 and beyond, unifying the implementation of the artistic mission with organizational and societal priorities.

Thoughtfully collaborate with the Executive Director on short- and long-term approaches to securing necessary resources to effectively develop and implement the artistic vision and goals of the company.

Explore and engage with the community to surface the best possibilities for the artistic mission to flourish with the available financial, human, and technical assets.

Appreciate the fundamental relationship between financial sustainability and artistic growth and expression, actively exploring ways for decisions around finances and art to create a positively reinforcing system.

Embrace accountability for the overall health of the company on all fronts, including artistic impact, audience engagement, company culture, and financial strength.

Deliver succinct, timely, and relevant information to the entire team to allow artists, staff departments, and the board to fully deliver on their responsibilities.

Partner with the Marketing and Development departments and external relations experts on the most effective ways to tell the story of Hubbard Street and its artists to the public and to build relationships with individual supporters.

Support the company’s educational efforts in Chicago Public Schools, Community Partners, and the Parkinson’s Project, collaborating with the Education Department and expressing an active interest in the ways dance and creative expression can expand the lives of people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. External Relations and Public Engagement

Serve as the public face of Hubbard Street, including visibly attending cultural events throughout the community and representing the company as a prominent spokesperson in local, national, and international forums.

Cultivate an ongoing dialogue with audiences through multiple mediums about the artistic work of the company and the artform writ large.

Attend industry conferences and booking events to build professional connections and touring opportunities for the company.

Explore strategic and collaborative partnerships inside and outside of Chicago, building awareness and investment in contemporary dance through genuine and mutually beneficial relationship building.

Embrace other external relations and public engagement activities, as needed. Traits and Characteristics The Artistic Director will be a charismatic and action-oriented leader with a passion for entrepreneurial innovation and for sharing the artistry of dance throughout the modern world. The Artistic Director will have a people-centered perspective to build new relationships throughout the Chicago community and to invest in the dancers and staff with a commitment to kindness, mutual understanding, collaboration, and personal development for every member of the team. Possessing exemplary professional and personal integrity, this individual will have the humility to embrace feedback and support Hubbard Street through its own ongoing self-improvement. As a continuous learner with a deep curiosity about a changing world, the Artistic Director will seek out new ways to inspire through the medium of dance. Flexible and creative, they will be open to not only new dance styles but also new formats for the presentation of dance, including alternative performance locations, virtual creation and distribution of art, and varying structures for the daily governance and operations of a repertory dance company. Open to all ideas while remaining grounded, the Artistic Director will have the ability to confidently lead Hubbard Street into new territory, valuing the team’s advancement over their own personal status. A perceptive listener who values creating a cohesive and supportive work environment, the Artistic Director will embrace an open-door policy with dancers, staff, board members, supporters, and partners outside the organization. Other key competencies include:

Diplomacy and Teamwork – The capacity to facilitate cooperation between groups or individuals, ensure that all individuals are heard as they wish to be heard, tactfully handle difficult or sensitive issues, treat all parties fairly and with humility regarding personal biases or beliefs, and build positive and productive relationships by addressing organizational challenges.

Appreciating Others and Human Resource Development – The belief that the impact of art is driven by a collaborative team where each individual is understood for their unique motivations, talents, and skills and is encouraged to grow through their involvement with the organization, and where success is determined through an inclusive and collective perspective.

Leadership and Decision Making – The clarity to prioritize strategic initiatives, understand the resources needed to accomplish short- and long-term goals, inspire and create a sense of unified direction, and clearly and effectively communicate about choices and purpose to a variety of internal and external stakeholders.

Personal and Professional Accountability – The credibility to meet the highest ethical standards in daily activity and in establishing relevant, realistic, and attainable artistic and financial goals to build trust in an atmosphere of transparency and honesty. Qualifications Hubbard Street does not require any specific educational degree or set number of years of experience in artistic leadership or management. Qualified applicants coming from any formal or informal background must demonstrate a track record of success with innovative team leadership, relationship building in a new environment, fostering community, and enhancing financial support for artistic endeavors. The Artistic Director may or may not be a choreographer whose work will be incorporated into the company’s performances, but a deep knowledge and passion for a variety of international dance forms and styles is expected. Extensive knowledge of the functioning of a repertory dance company, including the opportunities and challenges of touring, and experience thoughtfully, respectfully, and effectively collaborating with a board, dancers, and staff in each operational department are required. A comprehensive understanding of the Chicago community or a demonstrated record of being able to rapidly engage with and become a part of a new community is necessary. Candidates will be considered locally from Chicago, nationally in the United States, and internationally. The selected candidate will be required to live in Chicago as their full-time residence while serving as Artistic Director. Compensation and Benefits Hubbard Street offers competitive compensation, with a salary range between $150,000 and $175,000, and a robust benefits package including insurance, retirement, and paid time off.

Applications and Inquiries
To submit a cover letter and resume with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments (electronic submissions preferred), please click here or visit For questions or general inquiries about this job opportunity, please contact: Douglas R. Clayton, Senior Vice President 201 West Lake Street, Suite 133 Chicago, IL 60606-1803 Tel (888) 234.4236 Ext. 202 Email Hubbard Street has a personal commitment to challenging the status quo and making the company and the world more diverse, inclusive, and anti-racist, including through hiring practices.

Location: Chicago, IL


The School of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet: New Full Time Teaching Position


The School of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet is seeking full-time skilled ballet faculty with an emphasis on early childhood development (ages 3-10).

Qualified candidates must:

  • Hold a terminal degree or have equivalent professional experience in ballet
  • Demonstrate the ability to teach all ages 3 years to adult
  • Demonstrate the ability to teach all levels of ballet technique, including pre ballet, pointe and variations
  • Have at least two years of experience teaching technique and choreography to children and teens
  • Have good, clear communication skills both in person and via email.

As a full-time faculty member, successful candidates must be interested in learning, growing and continued engagement in practices that serve a variety of community needs. Candidates will embrace a vigorous teaching schedule that may include teaching 6 days per week and weekend rehearsals and should be available to commute between the four Aspen area locations. Salary is commensurate with experience.

To be considered for an interview, please send the following materials by email to

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume or Curriculum Vitae
  • Statement of Teaching Philosophy
  • Teaching Reference Contacts


Full details available here:

Associate Artistic Director

Styles: Ballet, Pas De Deux, Contemporary


New Ballet Ensemble & School (NBE) is a nationally acclaimed Community Arts Education organization founded in 2001 to provide quality training and opportunities to all youth, regardless of their ability to pay. NBE is seeking a full-time Associate Artistic Director to teach and coordinate the training of NBE Ensemble artists, trainees, and advanced ballet students. Likewise, this position will work in partnership with the Artistic Director to engage guest artists and choreographers. Specifically, the Associate Artistic Director will be responsible for the logistics surrounding education and outreach performances and programs, and will schedule all rehearsals for the core program students as they relate to main stage and community performances. Lastly, the position requires the ability to be adept at working with diverse personality types in order to forge meaningful relationships with current and potential constituents, and help advance an environment of inclusion and professionalism in all NBE programs. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Carrie Vaughan, Managing Director. Email: Mail: 2157 York Avenue |Memphis, TN 38104 Fax: 901-274-5370

Location: Memphis

State: Tennessee


Company Dancer

Styles: Ballet, Modern


Female dancer needed for '19-'20 season of dance. Contact for audition/company information.

Location: TBA

State: California


Institutional Advancement Manager


Job Title: Institutional Advancement Manager Reports To: Director Status: Staff, Full-time Salary: $25-$30K + Medical/Dental Benefits Description: Urbanity Dance is looking for an Institutional Advancement Manager to start mid-September. The position is full-time. A pivotal new addition to the growing team, the Institutional Advancement Manager will be focused on communications, marketing and development. The Manager must be an excellent writer, have superb interpersonal skills, ability to multitask, work independently, and to be a self-starter. Candidate must be fully invested in the continued growth of the company, inspired and enthusiastic about the vision of the company. Strong potential for continued growth within the organization. Core Responsibilities: - Thinking creatively to grow Urbanity's three pillars: 1) audience/press for the professional company and performances 2) student population (adults and children) and 3) raise awareness about our community programming. Development: - In collaboration with the Board and Executive Director, build a robust annual fundraising plan that includes individual giving, events, corporate partnerships, and foundation grants - Manage the organizations database to ensure data integrity. This includes, data entry, gift tracking, list and report generation - Create systems for gift processing from gift receipt through to gift acknowledgment - Serve as the organization’s main contact with donors, including communications regarding Urbanity news and events - Foundation research, prospecting, and proposal generation - Serve as the organization’s representative at artistic and cultural events-- - Manage 3-5 fundraising/awareness events throughout year and working with Board of Directors and to organize responsibilities Marketing and Communications: - In collaboration with the Board and Executive Director, create an annual marketing and communications plan that includes a message and communications calendar to track all social media and email communications, press strategies, website updates, as well as a plan for evaluation of communications and marketing efforts - Writing press releases and responding to press inquiries in a friendly, timely, and effective manner - Facilitating (along with graphic designer) a website overhaul & new print materials - Writing blog entries and contributing as a dance writer to news publications - Managing social media and email communications - Managing team of 2-3 arts administration interns Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have/be: - Dance background is not necessary, but a passion for arts and community education is essential - Strong preference for 1 year of work-related experience - Bachelors degree required - Marketing competency and demonstrated experience in marketing, including market strategy, demand generation, market research, and marketing communications - Efficient multi-tasker - Delivering effective presentations - Strong analytical and problem solving skills - Strong attention to detail - Excellent communications, writing and customer service skills - Interest and/or experience in non-profit management and/or arts administration - Computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite - Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, etc.) not required but is a plus. An aesthetic sense for web design (website, newsletter) is a plus. - Interest and/or experience in photo, video, web editing - Friendly personality, able to represent Urbanity in the press and media - Ability to work independently, and as a member of a team - Flexibility, positive attitude, and good work ethic To apply: Email cover letter and resume to or Urbanity Dance, 280 Shawmut Ave, Boston MA 02118 Urbanity Dance exists to inspire, engage, and empower individuals and communities through the art of dance and movement.

Location: Boston

State: Massachusetts


Lilongwe Dance Program Director

Styles: Ballet, Hip-hop, Modern, Cultural, Stretch & Strengthen, African, Contemporary


Program Description: Founded in 2018, the Lilongwe Dance Program provides high-quality ballet and contemporary dance education for children and teenagers ages 3 through 18 years in Lilongwe, Malawi. The Lilongwe Dance program is the only school of its kind in Malawi’s capital city, offering students the opportunity to learn ballet and contemporary dance, taught by qualified dance professionals. We aim to cultivate our students’ passion for dance and build creativity, confidence, and leadership skills through weekly dance classes, workshops with experts in the field, performance opportunities and outreach. To-date the program has nearly 100 students enrolled. Students participate in weekly classes, biannual recitals and class demonstrations, and perform in an annual production of the Nutcracker. In addition, we run outreach programs in local schools and communities. The program also brings professional guest artists to Lilongwe on short-term visits to teach workshops, choreograph, and lead performances. The program is run at Tweeties Play Centre, a children’s school and afterschool program offering languages, music, art and life-skills, and maintains a partnership with Madsoc Theatre in Malawi, along with international dance schools and companies. For more information, please visit our website at Responsibilities: The Dance Program Director will be responsible for overall program direction, working closely with the Program Team, including the Director and staff of Tweeties Play Centre and the Co-founders of the Lilongwe Dance Program. In particular, the Dance Program Director will be responsible to: - Teach weekly ballet classes for enrolled students and at schools around Lilongwe; - Teach classes in other dance styles (eg. modern, contemporary, jazz etc.) for enrolled students; - Provide intensive coaching to train two Malawian ballet instructors; - Organize 1-2 recitals or public performances annually; - Organize periodic “observation classes” for parents to watch their students in class; - Lead the annual Nutcracker production (choreography, costumes and sets will be provided) - Host invited guest artists for short-term visits, including all logistical arrangements and organizing workshop and performance schedules; - Lead fundraising efforts and program expansion in collaboration with the Program Team; - Provide administrative support to the program; - Other responsibilities as agreed with the Program Team. Qualifications: All interested candidates must meet the following qualifications: - Over the age of 18; - Minimum of 6 years of ballet training; - Training in other dance styles (eg. modern, contemporary, jazz, tap) is an advantage; - Experience teaching ballet and/or other dance styles is an advantage; - Professional or semi-professional dance performance experience is an advantage; - Open-minded, resilient, self-starter, resourceful and creative; - Flexible, culturally-sensitive, team player, and willing to work and live in Lilongwe, Malawi; - English language fluency. Compensation and Commitment: The Dance Program Director is a volunteer position, and will receive a monthly cost of living stipend, roundtrip air ticket, visa fee, vaccination coverage, and local health insurance. Assistance will be provided to secure housing upon arrival. The stipend and benefits package is sufficient to cover the cost of living in Malawi, and is equivalent to other well-known fellowship and volunteer programs in Malawi. The Director must be willing to commit to the program for a minimum of 6 to 12 months, beginning in February 2021. Start date is negotiable. How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume/CV detailing their interest in the program and qualifications, in particular highlighting dance education, performance, and teaching experience. Candidates are also requested to submit a link to a short video that showcases their dance technique. Applications should be submitted to by November 30, 2020.

Location: Lilongwe, Malawi


Studio Manager/Teacher

Styles: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-hop, Musical Theatre


Our dance studio is growing and we want you! We are actively looking for a reliable full-time studio manager/dance teacher to start in June. Our curriculum includes ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, musical theater and Mom & Me classes. We are an early childhood dance studio with multiple locations in Northern Virginia and offer our full time staff health care, a retirement program, flexibility, a fun work environment and paid vacation. Reliable transportation required. Punctuality is a must! - If you LOVE to work with students from ages 2-12... - And if you LOVE to teach ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, musical theater and Mom & Me... - And if you are creative, energetic and highly reliable... - And possess excellent customer service skills, as duties will include communication with parents and marketing classes, merchandise and promotions... Then we can't wait to meet you! We're excited about our program and excited to meet the person who will join our team! - We will prepare you to teach the specialized curriculum with a complete training program. - Weekend and evening availability is a must. We are looking for someone with prior administrative and instructional experience and a passion for working with young children. Contact us NOW to find out more!

Location: Northern Virginia

State: Virginia


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