Thank you for your interest in career opportunities at The Center.
The Center is hiring musicians of all types on a rolling basis.
Please email a cover letter and resume to our Executive Director, Ramona Toussaint, at
Wyoming Fine Arts Center
Teaching Artists & Art Educators
TITLE: Music & Art Faculty: Private Piano, Cello, Violin, Viola, Guitar, Art and Spoken Word/Theater arts
FLSA STATUS: Employee Non exempt part time
SUPERVISOR: Executive Director
WORKS WITH: Executive Director, Program Directors, Parents/Guardians/Families, Staff, and partner organizations
SUPPORTED BY: Two part-time office staff process payroll, manage taxes, support in scheduling and other administrative support
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The Wyoming Fine Arts Center, (WFAC) is seeking CELLO, GUITAR, PIANO, VIOLIN, VIOLA and other art educators to teach private lessons to children, teens, and adults from beginners to intermediate level students. Classes can also be taught in groups in addition to one-on-one lessons. Innovation in programming to touch more lives with art is encouraged.. Recitals are highly encouraged. The WFAC seeks educators to teach Suzuki and/or traditional music. If you have an interest or experience in community engagement and creative collaborations this could be the right place for you to innovate and grow!
JOB DUTIES • Set your own hours and schedule • Assess and challenge students' abilities and educational needs. • Personalize lessons for each student to ensure musical progress. • Provide encouragement to students and periodic updates to parents about their child's progress. • Create a fun and respectful atmosphere.
SKILL REQUIREMENTS • BA in Music/Art Concentration or Equivalent Experience • Teaching Experience • Good Communication Skills • Organizational Skills • Patience • Professionalism • Dependability • Punctuality • Time Management Skills • Customer Service and Teamwork. • Interest and/or experience in creative collaborations and community outreach preferred.
The Wyoming Fine Arts Center is located in the historic downtown district of Wyoming, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati. The building is a beautifully restored 1850's home that once served as the Wyoming Masonic Lodge for much of the 20th century. Since our founding in 1995, The Center has become one of the region’s premier community art centers. Our mission is to educate, create experiences, and nurture appreciation in music and other creative and performing arts across all ages, races, abilities and backgrounds. We do this through excellence in teaching, creative programming, interdisciplinary experiences, community partnerships and engagement.
WFAC is funded in part by Artswave.
Learn more about us at: www.musicartdance.org
WFAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Access and Belonging. Reflective of our strategic needs, we are proactively seeking a diverse applicant pool.
HONORING INDIVIDUALS DEVELOP COMMUNITIES: WFAC values the development of an individual’s full and unique potential through the arts and believes that this unique expression makes stronger, better communities as much as it helps the individual. We contribute to a vibrant community that enriches lives through the joy of learning, creating, and experiencing the arts, by and for people of varied ages, races, abilities, and backgrounds. We nurture these voices and are equitable in our actions, words and decisions. We are committed to building a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, access and belonging through our: guests, partners/relationships, faculty/staff, students, board members, vendors, programming and outreach.
To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com Direct questions to Ramona Toussaint, Executive Director, 513.908.4966. Positions available now and through the summer 2023. Apply until filled.