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Art Teacher Faculty Position

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Loyola School
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New York, NY
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The Art Teacher Faculty Position functions as a member of the Fine Arts discipline and reports directly to the Principal.

OVERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL:

Loyola School is a Jesuit, Catholic, independent, coeducational, college preparatory secondary school located in New York City, with a student enrollment of approximately 225 young men and women. Founded in 1900 with the unique combination of the strengths of both the Jesuit and American Independent School traditions, Loyola is the only Jesuit, independent and coeducational high school in the New York City / Tri-State area. Loyola School students strive to become young men and women who are open to growth, academically excellent, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice. Loyola School is committed to challenging its students religiously, intellectually, physically, and socially.

OVERVIEW OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

In the tradition of cura personalis (care for each individual across each of their dimensions), Loyola's teachers are also expected to participate and be engaged in the life of the school outside the classroom; an ability and desire to contribute to the co-curricular and spiritual life of the school is required.

Loyola School's Art Teacher will be responsible for fostering in each student an interest in and ability for creative expression using a variety of skills and techniques. The Art Teacher will curate public exhibitions of student work and lead the development of art curriculum and instruction following contemporary best practices. This person will:

·        Design learning experiences that expose students to a variety of techniques and media, including drawing, painting, mixed media, photography, filmmaking, and digital media processes

·        Provide instruction that enables students to understand and develop an appreciation of process as well as the ability to make informed judgments in the creation of their own work

·        Create instructional materials and content that support a variety of learning styles and abilities

·        Provide individual and group instruction to adapt to a variety of learning and artistic styles and abilities

·        Incorporate contemporary and historical artists and artworks into curriculum, and make relevant connections to students and their work

·        Evaluate each student's growth in knowledge, aesthetic understanding, and artistic ability

·        Create a developmentally appropriate, positive, inclusive, and safe learning environment

·        Monitor progress to ensure all students are demonstrating growth

·        Give regular, individualized feedback to ensure clear understanding for student performance and growth

·        Be organized, detail-oriented, and timely with course information, upkeep of course pages using the school's learning management system, grading and assessments, and communication with students, parents, and administration

·        Instruct students in the proper care and use of tools and equipment

·        Plan and present physical and digital art displays and exhibitions of student work for the school and community

·        Support and promote student engagement with art competitions, film festivals, and other opportunities

·        Responsibly order materials and supplies for all students within departmental budget

·        Willingness to support the school community creatively as needed

Requirements:

·        Some experience in Jesuit/Catholic education preferred, and a commitment to the mission of Jesuit education is required.

·        Ability to teach the following courses for the remainder of the 2021-22 year: Intro to Studio Art, Painting, Drawing and Mixed Media, Photography, Film-making, and AP Studio Art.

·        Deep knowledge of a variety of art-making tools and techniques, and ability to communicate these to students

·        Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Premier Pro (Illustrator and InDesign a plus)

·        Working knowledge of Blackbaud or equivalent learning management system

·        Strong digital skills and fluency with Microsoft Suite, Google Suite, and ability to learn platforms as needed

·        Organization, time-management, adaptability, communication-skills

Status:

The position is normally a 10-month faculty position from September to the end of June. For the current academic year, the position begins on January 3, 2022 and lasts to the end of June. The successful candidate would be in line for a renewal of contract as a full-time faculty member from September 2022 through June 2023.

Typical Level of Interaction:

Requires interaction with all School departments in addition to students and families.


The Art Teacher Faculty Position functions as a member of the Fine Arts discipline and reports directly to the Principal.

OVERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL:

Loyola School is a Jesuit, Catholic, independent, coeducational, college preparatory…

Resumo dos Detalhes

  • Comprometimento de Tempo
    Carga Horária Integral
  • Data de Início
    3 de janeiro de 2022
  • Prazo para Inscrições
    17 de dezembro de 2021
  • Educação
    Ensino Superior Requerido

Localização

Presencial
Loyola School, New York, NY 10028, United States
980 Park Ave.

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Equal Employment Opportunities:

It is the school’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment, consistent with federal, state and local laws. Accordingly, all applicants for employment are to be treated without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or citizenship status, qualified handicap, sexual orientation, marital or veteran’s status or inconsequential handicaps. This policy pertains to every aspect of an individual’s relationship with the School.

Applications:

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume electronically as soon as possible to employment@loyolanyc.org and include “Art Teacher” in the subject line. The school will be looking to fill this position as expeditiously as possible.

All prospective employees are required to complete a necessary background check and mandatory fingerprinting. 

Equal Employment Opportunities:

It is the school’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment, consistent with federal, state and local…

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