PER SESSION VACANCY NOTICE # 106: Teachers (PD Facilitator) - OASP

  • Posted Date: Jul 5, 2018 Deadline: May 31, 2019
  • Citywide, New York, United States
    NYCDOE Citywide

Job Details

(CONTINGENT UPON FUNDING)

POSITION:     

Professional Development Facilitator in Dance, Film, Music, Theater or Visual Arts (85 positions total)

 

LOCATION:    

52 Chambers Street, Manhattan, 333 7th Avenue, Manhattan, 4360 Broadway, Manhattan

 

ELIGIBILITY:   

New York City Department of Education licensed teacher of dance, music, film/media, theater, and/or visual arts, grades K-12

 

SELECTION CRITERIA:

  1. Minimum of three years satisfactory teaching experience in the arts, grades Pre-K—12;
  2. Experience mentoring arts teachers and/or providing professional development for teachers in performing arts, and/or visual arts;
  3. Familiarity with the current implementation of the Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts, Advance and the Danielson Framework for Teaching, and the Common Core Learning Standards;
  4. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with professional development co-facilitators and participants with poise, tact, patience, and courtesy to foster a collegial learning environment;
  5. Demonstrated ability to utilize the art of questioning to create and cultivate new possibilities to stimulate new thinking;
  6. Able to travel to school and workshop sites throughout the five boroughs; and
  7. Attend in-person and online facilitator’s training sessions in preparation of subsequent workshop series.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Work collaboratively with colleagues and professional teaching artists to plan and implement workshop(s), grades Pre-K to 12 to be presented in each borough;
  2. Participate in the writing, design, review and selection of instructional materials, assessments and resources with the understanding that the Office of Arts and Special Projects must approve and has full editing rights
  3. Facilitate professional development workshop sessions between September 2018 - June 2019
  4. Attend all scheduled planning and debrief meetings; review participant feedback to improve future workshops
  5. Coordinate and organize instructional materials in conjunction with the Office of the Arts and Special Projects for workshop series; 6) Communicate with the Office of the Arts and Special Projects in order to best provide ongoing targeted support to educators of the Arts

 

WORK SCHEDULE:    

September 2018- June 2019

Monday – Friday, after-school hours, days to be determined; (Up to 75 total hours per position)

 

SALARY:                     

As per Collective Bargaining Agreement or the most current contractual rate

 

APPLICATION:           

Cover letter, resume, Application Form OP-175 (Available in schools and DHR website), and a copy of your Department of Education license must be received on or before May 31, 2019.

Mail to:                 

Paul King, Executive Director

Office of Arts and Special Projects

4360 Broadway, Fourth Floor

New York, New York 10033

 

Attention: Professional Development

 

PLEASE INCLUDE THE ABOVE CIRCULAR NUMBER ON YOUR APPLICATION

 

If you have questions concerning this advertisement, e-mail: ArtsAndSpecialProjects@schools.nyc.gov.

Signature for Peter Ianniello

Service exceeding the number of hours specified in Chancellor’s Regulation C-175 governing per session activities requires prior approval.  The appropriate Per Session Supervisor must make the request via the Per Session Service System and receive approval before the person can begin working in the activity. Failure to obtain a valid waiver may result in the withholding of payment for hours worked beyond the maximum.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/D

It is the policy of the Department of Education of the City of New York to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to actual or perceived race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, citizenship status, age, marital status, partnership status, disability, sexual orientation, gender (sex), military status, unemployment status, caregiver status, consumer credit history, prior record of arrest or conviction (except as permitted by law), predisposing genetic characteristics, or status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual offenses and stalking, and to maintain an environment free of harassment on any of the above-noted grounds, including sexual harassment or retaliation.  For more information, please refer to the DOE Non-Discrimination Policy.

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