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NJDTE Seeking Marketing Associate for NJDTE School & Company
Seeking experienced part-time Marketing Associate for NJDTE School and Company. NJDTE, located in Summit, NJ celebrates 50 years serving NJ with excellence in pre-professional dance education & performance opportunities. .

Send Resume and letter of interest to:
 nturano@njdte.org

Marketing Job Description
- Create and implement short and long term marketing plans and publicity timelines
- Create and implement content marketing strategy: social media, blog, & email marketing
- Manage social media accounts: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Plus
o   Schedule and create posts and updates
o   Coordinate with Artistic Director for approval of content
o   Manage content for each page (photos, bios, videos, contact information)
o   Liaison with photographers for booking events and obtaining content        
o   Engage with audience
o  Respond promptly to messages and comments
o  Share relevant content from and cultivate social media relationships with other dance companies & dance news outlets
o   Research and review analytics reports to leverage optimal audience engagement
o   Maintain up-to-the-minute knowledge of advancements and developments in digital marketing strategy through personal research, webinars, SEO etc.
o Write and disseminate press releases to media contacts (newspapers, magazines, local TV outlets) for performances and special events
o Liaison with press for interviews and feature articles
o Maintain current and accurate marketing expense records and provide monthly report to the Artistic Director
o Determine appropriate advertising opportunities and budget, in coordination with the Artistic Director
o Submit/post print and online calendar listings for performances and events (NJ Monthly, njarts.net, DanceNJ, Summit Downtown Inc., etc
o Schedule and create Constant Contact email blasts for performances & events and long-form newsletters
o Create and/or supervise articles & content for the NJDTE blog
o Create and/or supervise design of promotional materials
o On-site presence for performances and events to provide general assistance with logistics, videography, photography, engage with parents & dancers, etc.
o Maintain up to date web pages with simple updates to website (including very limited HTML code)
o Liaison with Inforest Communications for larger scale website updates
o Compile testimonials from parents and dancers for website and general publicity
o Manage program ad campaign and sponsorships for Nutcracker
o Liaison with local businesses for ad contracts
o Liaison with printing companies for promotional materials (4Over, Vista)
o Maintain and update master database of NJDTE parents, dancers, donors, faculty & staff
o Manage renewal of association memberships (Dance NJ, NDEO)
o Recruit and supervise interns
o   Write job descriptions and work plans
o   Register for and submit posts to online college job boards
o   Contact/send flyer to individual college departments and career services offices
- Coordinate logistics for performances and events
o  Create and manage guest lists, Paperless Post invitations & RSVPs
o   Liaison with space/venue contact as requested/directed by the Artistic Director – MSU, Reeves-Reed Arboretum, etc.
o   Coordinate parent volunteers as needed (i.e. costume transportation)
o   Coordinate load-in and load out for Nutcracker and Spring performance
o   Liaison with rental vendors (Backdrops Beautiful, ABC Costumes, U-Haul, others as needed); responsible for ordering necessary items & services
o   Supervise for volunteer recruitment and coordination for Nutcracker & Spring performance
- Creating and editing Microsoft Word versions of programs for Nutcracker, Spring performance        and other performances as needed (i.e. INKUBATE)
o   Create press-ready versions of Nutcracker & Spring performance programs
o   Proofreading press-ready versions of programs

Seeking Dance educator for an after-school Dance Enrichment program
In need of 3 teachers who are available to teach Monday thru Thursday from 3:15pm -4:15 pm in Hoboken Elementary School district.

Hoboken Elementary Schools 3 different locations

Contact Kathy Costa 973-655-9558 or email Kathy@danceworksstudios.com detailed information will be discussed upon interest.

Dance Facilitator - Professional Dancer Wanted
A Rare Opportunity to Work in a Unique Fine Arts Program

Part Time 33 Hr/Week | Competitive Hourly Pay | Comprehensive Benefits Package

Matheny’s Arts Access Program is an alternative fine arts program for people with disabilities. Our unique methodology enables people with disabilities to access, experience, create and participate in the performing, literary and visual arts. Each individual is encouraged to build upon their own instincts, uniqueness and inner strength. Arts Access empowers individuals with disabilities to create art without limits, and provides complete freedom of choice in the artmaking process.

Responsibilities include:
• Demonstration of client-selected dance movements to assist in the creation of original choreography
• Maintain a high level of technical proficiency
• Accurate documentation of client-created work
• Representing the Arts Access Program through performance of client-created choreography
• Effective and neutral communication with each participant
• Remain current in own practice with dance/choreography and professional pursuits
• Represent the Arts Access Program and dance discipline at outside conferences and workshops
• Assists in other areas of the Arts Access department as assigned

To qualify, you must have a high level of training in both ballet and modern dance technique. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university preferred. Professional performance experience is preferred. Education may be substituted with relevant experience.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, religion, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or protected veteran status.

Matheny is a special hospital for children and adults with medically complex developmental disabilities. Matheny’s mission is to provide exceptional care and an optimal quality of life for children and adults with special needs and medically complex developmental disabilities.

Matheny offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package that includes medical/dental, life insurance, tuition reimbursement, tax deferred retirement plan, and generous paid time off.

For immediate consideration, please email dancer photos and résumés to Heather Williams at heather@artsaccessprogram.org

Hiring an Assistant/Associate Professor in Dance at Montclair State University
The Department of Theatre and Dance at Montclair State University seeks candidates of national or international stature to fill the position of tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in Dance. Candidates should have an established career in performance, choreography, and teaching, with expertise in three or more of the following: Somatics, Dance Education, Technology, Dance History/Theory, Dance Wellness, Choreography, Dance Technique (African diasporic dance forms, Ballet, Modern, Contemporary, or other). Candidates will support the department’s commitment to culturally responsive pedagogy as evidenced by a teaching style that nurtures and supports all students. Candidates will also demonstrate an ability and interest in developing new courses to expand the department’s current offerings. A commitment to participating in shared governance and service on committees that sustain and bolster the department, the college, and the university is expected.
QUALIFICATIONS:
In addition to pursuing an active research or creative agenda, the successful candidate will teach in both the undergraduate and the graduate degree programs, choreograph/set work on students, direct dance concerts, mentor student choreography and research, develop educational outreach programs with international dance institutions, and collaborate with the other members of the Department of Theatre and Dance to advance its mission. Administrative tasks will include curricular oversight, participation in university and national assessments, participation in jury exams, and student advisement. Candidates must have a terminal degree (M.F.A. or Ph.D.) in Dance, an active research or creative program (choreography, publications, dance films, etc.), and university-level teaching experience. In their application, candidates should address how their cultural, professional, and/or academic background would positively contribute to the Montclair State University Dance Division.

Applications should include a detailed curriculum vitae, three (3) letters of recommendation, a statement of teaching philosophy, a statement addressing candidate’s interests and scholarly agenda, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and evidence of demonstrated or potential excellence in undergraduate and graduate instruction.

IMPORTANT APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
https://montclair.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/JobOpportunities/job/Montclair-NJ/Assistant-Associate-Professor-of-Dance_R1001059
Upload Curriculum Vitae for automatic population of information from the CV to application
The contact information, work experience, and education listed on your CV will be parsed and input into your Montclair application
Review information and double-check all fields containing information that the system parsed – the software is intelligent, but you need to verify that the data is accurate
Resume/CV: In the “My Experience” section, you will find a Resume/CV upload option where you can submit your cover letter and all other supporting documents
SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with experience.
STARTING DATE: September 1, 2020
APPLY BY: December 1, 2019

For more information, please contact Elizabeth McPherson, mcphersone@montclair.edu

Nimbus is Hiring Assistant Director of Development
Assistant Director of Development (ADD)
Development@nimbusdanceworks.org

The Assistant Director of Development (ADD) manages funding opportunities for Nimbus, including tracking donations and corporate sponsorships, maintaining donor relations, organizing Gala auctions, and researching, writing, and submitting grants. The ADD maintains an overall sense of where Nimbus stands in terms of impact and crafts written narratives to communicate this reach to donors and other funders.

Development Operations
Maintain and develop new funding opportunities for Nimbus programs
Report to Artistic Director with any concerns
Attend meetings scheduled meetings with Nimbus Staff
Maintain donor database:
Cultivate and maintain relations with donors and potential donors
Timely gift processing, donor acknowledgements, and tax information
Coordinate with ADM to target event emails to donors
Update Tracking Documents

Grants
Research funding opportunities
Maintain grants calendar, track requirements, and complete reporting
Supervise grant writing
Coordinate with AD, ED, ADS, ADP, and CM for data requirements
Data Collection
Using SurveyMonkey, create and edit surveys - pre/post, one-time exposure - with ADP
Analyze data from surveys for use in grants, impact statements, donor relations
In collaboration with ADP, maintain tracking document (Impact - Tracking) to assess impact throughout the year and over time
Press Releases and Program Descriptions
Craft written descriptions of programs/performances for marketing, press releases, grants
Create and distribute Press Releases 2 months before events, working with ADM (expand press list as needed): Press List
Website
In conjunction with ADM, update School of Nimbus website (and company website as needed).
Proofreading
Proofread and edit as needed all materials disseminated outside of Nimbus, including print programs

Fundraising and other Cultivation Events
Create funding strategies with AD
Organize and manage fundraising drives (end-of-year appeals, donor relations, follow-up from gala event, etc.)
Manage the Gala and its facets (Gala committee, venue, honorees, etc.)
Consult on special events, in coordination with AD, regarding, for example, but not limited to: guest accommodations and travel, soliciting in-kind donations of goods and services, maintaining database of attendees, photo shoots, benefits, etc.
Board Give/Get
Communicate with Board at beginning of fiscal year to request their give/get totals through a Google Form (e.g. Board Contributions FY19).
Check in with Board quarterly on their progress and remind them as needed.

Grant Writer
Coordinate requirements needed for submitting grants.
Communicate with other departments for needed information and plan for submitting grants.
Craft effective written narratives that demonstrate impact of organization, artistic plans, programs, future, etc..
Gather and/or create supporting documents.
Compile all materials and submit grants.
Update grants calendar.

Front Desk at Blossom Sisters Dance
Dance organization is Looking for a fun, warm and friendly individual to join the team!

Part-Time Front Desk Receptionist
at a Dance Studio in Hackensack , NJ. This position is entry level with an opportunity for growth.

*Must live in Bergen County preferably Hackensack, Lodi, or Teaneck with a very short mile radius to the City of Hackensack. Must have a car to commute to work.

– Must have excellent phone etiquette and communication skills as you will be working with a high volume of clients and students.

-Schedule: Must be able to commit to the schedule below:
Monday, 6:30-8:30pm, Thursdays, 7:30-8:30pm, Friday 6:00-8:00pm and Saturdays 10:30am-3:30pm.
Note: Saturdays are Mandatory

-Starting rate: $11/hr

-Candidates must be able to commit to these exact days/times for an entire dance season, September 2019 through June 2020

– Dance studio or any form of dance, fitness experience and front desk reception experience a plus. Bilingual preferred.

-Must have experience with Microsoft Office programs and Google Suite Products

Duties: Greeting and welcoming new and current students, Answering phones, Emailing, taking tuition payments, and assist with student enrollment. Handling other tasks as assigned. Must have a upbeat personality with a strong willingness to learn.

685 Main St
Hackensack, NJ

Contact Info@blossomsistersdance.org with any questions

Seeking Fabulous Dance Faculty Member for the New Brunswick and Newark locations:
Do you love working with kids? Do you want to make a difference? InSpira Performing Arts in New Brunswick and at Teachers Village in Newark “InSpira” are seeking a positive, and experienced person to join the Dance Faculty. Enjoyment in teaching Hip Hop and have the ability:
To communicate effectively,
To have flexibility in meeting individual student needs and goals,
To be dependability,
To be professional,
Execute creativity,
To be punctual,
are all MUSTS.
Our growing company offers a flexible schedule, a supportive work environment and opportunities for personal development.
InSpira Performing Arts is a bustling performing arts school that has been serving the Central New Jersey community for over 17 years. We are excited to open our second location in Newark at Teachers Village in the Fall of 2019. We believe in a family first business model where we are raising tomorrow's leaders through dance while we exceed the expectations of our clients. Our goal is to be an innovator in dance and music education, developing friendships and skills for a lifetime.
You will love coming to work every day with the culture we have built. Positive and engaged team members who support all roles in the company and families who are invested and committed to our values make the work day so enjoyable you will forget you are working.This job includes teaching dance lessons on a weekly basis, giving students proper technique and preparing them for performances, providing student feedback both on-the-spot and through bi-annual report cards, communicating with parents and team members on a regular basis, monthly meetings, and attending studio rehearsals and events.
Positions:
Please note for Newark that this is a brand new program and we are building our client base.
InSpira EXP Faculty – This candidate will have the ability to teach ages 7 to 18, adults a plus.
Options for New Brunswick: Saturdays 10:00am - 12:00pm
Options for Newark include the available days: Looking for someone to teach on Monday, Wednesday, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Role must haves include:

BFA or BA in Dance Preferred but not required
Must have 2 years minimum teaching experience.
Candidates must have excellent, organization, effective verbal and written communication, creative and flexible teaching style, and an enthusiastic and warm approach with students.
We only hire career minded, long term employees who have stand out work ethic and desire to grow. This role is not for a short term placement or someone not looking to grow inside our company.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume and link to a private youtube channel or video of you teaching and a video of why you are the right person for the job to the email that will be provided.

New Brunswick start - September 2019 - June 2020
Newark Start Time - TBD as Construction finishes (Late Fall) - June 2020

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Dance Instructor for Little InSpirations Department - New Brunswick Location
We Are Hiring!
Seeking Fabulous Dance Faculty Member for the InSpira's New Brunswick location:
Do you love working with kids? Do you want to make a difference? InSpira Performing Arts in New Brunswick is seeking a positive, and experienced person to join the Dance Faculty. Enjoyment in teaching dance to our youngest dancers ages 2-6 of a variety of styles, from Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Hip Hop for the 2019-2020 Season.
Ability to communicate effectively, flexibility in meeting individual student needs and goals, dependability, professionalism, creativity, punctuality, and friendliness are all MUSTS.
Our growing company offers a flexible schedule, a supportive work environment and opportunities for personal development.
InSpira Performing Arts is a bustling performing arts school that has been serving the Central New Jersey community for over 17 years. We are excited to open our second location in Newark at Teachers Village in Late Fall of 2019. We believe in a family first business model where we are raising tomorrow's leaders through dance while we exceed the expectations of our clients. Our goal is to be an innovator in dance and music education, developing friendships and skills for a lifetime.
You will love coming to work every day with the culture we have built. Positive and engaged team members who support all roles in the company and families who are invested and committed to our values make the work day so enjoyable you will forget you are working.This job includes teaching dance lessons on a weekly basis, giving students proper technique and preparing them for performances, providing student feedback both on-the-spot and through bi-annual report cards, communicating with parents and team members on a regular basis, monthly meetings, and attending studio rehearsals and events.
Positions:
Little InSpirations Faculty – This candidate will have the ability to teach 2 – 6 years old (Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Hip Hop) Classes are thirty minutes in length. Day needed Saturday, 11am – 3pm for New Brunswick) and also Wednesdays 4:30 - 8:00pm with a break at 7pm
BFA or BA in Dance Preferred but not required
Must have 2 years minimum teaching experience.
Candidates must have excellent, organization, effective verbal and written communication, creative and flexible teaching style, and an enthusiastic and warm approach with students.
We only hire career minded, long term employees who have stand out work ethic and desire to grow. This role is not for a short term placement or someone not looking to grow inside our company.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume and link to a private youtube channel or video of you teaching and a video of why you are the right person for the job to the email that will be provided.

Kristine Smith Careers@InSpiraArts.com
987D Jersey Ave. New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Union City Board of Education is seeking Certified Dance Educators

Union City Board of Education is looking for Certified Dance Educators for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. For anyone interested, please contact District Fine & Performing Arts Supervisor, Ms. Mirtha Serret via email, mserret@ucboe.us.

Open Positions! Capezio Wayne Store
Part-Time Key Holders
If you believe in high-quality, great design and teamwork, you and Capezio/Ballet Makers are a perfect match! For over 130 years, we are the nation’s largest manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of women’s, children’s and men’s dancewear, recreational and performance clothing and footwear. We are currently seeking self-motivated, energetic and confident individuals to join our Capezio Wayne team. We are in need of a full and part time management team members (key holders) who can develop strong relationships with our customers in the Wayne, NJ.

 Part Time Key Holder Requirements:

General Requirements:

·         Dance, Theatre and Arts experience not mandatory but helpful

·         Strong communication skills

·         Leadership qualities

·         Strong computer skills; knowledge of Microsoft Office

·         Strong selling strategies when it comes to fashion and dance apparel

·         Ability to manage/train staff members

·         Ability to work a flexible schedule including days, evenings, weekends and certain holidays.

·         Ability to work a minimum of two weekend shifts per fiscal month.

·         Ability to work a minimum of two opening shifts and two closing shifts per calendar week.

·         Must have knowledge of basic math functions (adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and calculating percentages).

 Supervisory Responsibilities:

Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Company’s policies and applicable laws.  Including but not limited to:

·       Planning, assigning and directing work

·       Appraising performance

 Capezio offers a wide variety of employment benefits including bonus program, health insurance plans, 401k and more! Please apply by email to retailjobs@capezio.com  for consideration. EOE.

Arts Ed Now seeks Marketing Intern
Description Arts Ed NJ (artsednj.org), an arts education nonprofit is looking to hire an intern(s) with strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, including various social media platforms. 

Arts Ed NJ is in need of local arts advocates who can and will promote the arts-related happenings in their community via social media to the broader New Jersey audience and tri-state region. Also, we are planning our marketing for the 40th NJ Governor’s Awards in Arts Education (May 2020) where our social media campaign will be highlighted. The intern(s) selected will need strong critical thinking skills, an understanding of various social media platforms, an availability and willingness to attend a variety of arts events within his/her community and function as a reporter of those events. 

Our vibrant and passionate team is very excited to share this exciting opportunity with an intern hoping to gain more experience and expand their portfolio. The internship will last for the duration of 3 months with the possibility of an extension. 

Responsibilities 

● Contribute to event preparation and marketing 

● Website Updates 

● Database Management 

● Online outreach and promotion using Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and more 

● Take photos to post online and on social media 

● Promote the Arts Ed Now campaign requirements 

● Approximately 8-10 hours a week 

Students applying for this internship should have a solid understanding of youth markets. 

If interested, please email Priscilla Hopkins-Smith at priscilla@artsednj.org

American Repertory Ballet Development Associate

Company: Princeton Ballet School, the official school of American Repertory Ballet (ARB), with locations in Princeton, Cranbury, and New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.
Reporting Relationship: The Development Associate reports directly to the Executive Director. This position also works closely with the Chief Operating Officer and Special Projects Administrator, and supports as needed.

Job Type: Full Time; Exempt
Organizational Role: The Development Associate provides fundraising, event planning, and administrative support to the Executive Director of American Repertory Ballet and Princeton Ballet School, assisting with special events and other development activities. You provide critical administrative support for the fundraising efforts of the organization including the annual appeal, grant writing, corporate giving, and endowment giving. You will coordinate and communicate with the Special Projects and School administrator to facilitate and coordinate events.
• Support the annual appeal by maintaining donor records, produce donor acknowledgements, and coordinate volunteers to personalize solicitation letters.
• Provide event planning support for a variety of functions, including donor recognition and cultivation events. Assist with the production and distribution of invitations, coordination of event logistics, secure licenses and permits as needed, and respond to participant concerns and special needs.
• Assist with pledge tracking, donor stewardship, management and oversight of annual appeal, and gift acknowledgements.
• Provide support with social media communications.
• Maintain the integrity of all information in the Raiser’s Edge database and conduct general database cleanup to ensure consistency of entries.
• Conduct prospect research for foundations, corporations, and individual giving.
• Research and write to support grant proposals and reporting activities, as needed.
• Generate mailing and emailing lists as required for internal and external communications.
• Manage the Nutcracker boutique by ordering merchandise, tracking sales, coordinating volunteers and on-site participation.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of training and experience

  • Demonstrated experience with office administration, fundraising and development activities for a nonprofit organization

  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite skills

  • Proficiency in Raiser’s Edge and database entry preferred

  • Project a positive, service-oriented, “can-do” attitude

  • This position is exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), as well as under any and all applicable state (New Jersey) and local laws, rules and regulations.

    To apply, send cover letter and resume to hr@arballet.org.

About Us
The mission of American Repertory Ballet (http://www.arballet.org/) is to bring the joy, beauty, artistry and discipline of classical and contemporary dance to New Jersey and nationwide audiences through artistic and educational programs, presented by a financially responsible organization. This mission is fulfilled through our preeminent classical and contemporary ballet company, ARB’s Access & Enrichment initiatives, programs designed to expose the community to the art form of dance, as well as at Princeton Ballet School, one of the largest and most respected non-profit dance schools in the nation. It is through these three branches of ARB that the organization’s vision is pursued: “To Entertain, Educate, Enlighten, and Inspire with the Beauty and Passion of Dance.”

 

Production Coordinator, Office of Arts + Cultural Programming

The Office of Arts + Cultural Programming at Montclair State University is seeking a full time Production Coordinator. The Production Coordinator supports the realization of performances, events and programs held within the Alexander Kasser Theater and the MSU Amphitheater as well as the ongoing maintenance of those facilities according to the mandate given The Office of Arts + Cultural Programming (ACP) by the College of the Arts at Montclair State University (MSU). The Production Coordinator serves as a key member of ACP’s Production Department. The Production Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Director of Production (DoP) in all aspects of running the department. This shall include providing administrative support to the DoP, while maintaining a place at the center of communications between production department heads, incoming artists, and other departments within ACP and MSU. ACP is producer and presenter of MSU’s internationally acclaimed series PEAK Performances.

For a full job description and to apply please visit: https://app1.montclair.edu/xf/hr_jobpostings/details.php?id=1587

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