“GBTC is a non-profit and registered charity; our mandate is to provide wonderful, confidence-building, and enriching programs for kids.”
Great Big Theatre Company is looking for Youth Drama Instructors for its program of Theatre Arts Classes for 2022-23
PLEASE APPLY ONLY IF YOU ARE ABLE TO TEACH AT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: TORONTO, WHITBY, MARKHAM, RICHMOND HILL, MISSISSAUGA, GEORGETOWN, BRAMPTON, OAKVILLE, BURLINGTON, HAMILTON, GUELPH, CAMBRIDGE, WATERLOO, BRANTFORD, LONDON. WE WILL NOT CONSIDER APPLICANTS WHO WOULD NEED TO RELOCATE.
This is a salaried position ideal for those who enjoy working with children and young people (ages 6 to 14) , and are qualified to do so, and who also have some theatrical experience.
Completion of, or enrollment in, a university or college-level drama program is a requirement; or equivalent teaching and / or acting experience. Vocal music, musical theatre and dance are important assets.
A valid police check is a requirement.
Agenda, curriculum, materials and training will be provided.
Classes take place on weekday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Pay is between $ 22.00 and $ 30.00 hr, depending on qualifications, experience and number of assigned classes. Depending on where you are coming from, we may be able to increase the hourly rate to compensate for travel time. However, staff is hired separately for each location, so there is no requirement for extensive travel.
Great Big Theatre Company, founded in 1994, is a non-profit children’s and young people’s theatre company which serves a large area of southwestern Ontario, and offers mainstage productions, traveling productions, TIES (Theatre-In-Every-School) in-school workshops, theatre classes, and summer and March Break theatre camps.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $22.00 to $30.00 /hour
About GREAT BIG THEATRE COMPANY:
GBTC, founded in 1994, is a non-profit children’s and young people’s theatre, based in Hamilton, which serves a large area of southwestern Ontario, and offers mainstage productions, as well as traveling productions, TIES (Theatre-In-Every-School) in-school workshops, theatre classes, and summer and March Break theatre camps. GBTC welcomes applicants identifying as visible minorities, indigenous, or LGBTQ+, as well as those identifying as having a disability.