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The Education Department Coordinator (EC) supports all Education programs, program administration and logistics, in addition to monitoring the operations and conditions of on-site studios and their resources. The EC must be adaptable and flexible to a sudden change in workflow, strike a balance with front-facing responsibilities while prioritizing administrative tasks. EC will have professional capacity and willingness to learn and grow with the work. Familiarity or professional experience with teaching, arts administration, education, community organizing, studio art media practices are a plus! In addition to speaking English, the ideal candidate speaks, reads and writes fluently in Spanish or Mandarin. This position is front facing and part-time employee, non-exempt, with a 60 to 90-day Probation Period. Schedule is 20-25 hours a week, Wednesday to Thursday 2:00 PM-7:00 PM, Friday & Saturday 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Pay Rate starts at $18/hr to start, $20-22/hr Post Probation, No Benefits. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Full qualifications and application instructions: ENGLISH | SPANISH
Teaching Artist, Youth Programs
Richmond Art Center is looking for a Teaching Artist for our Youth Programs. The Youth Teaching Artist (YTA) collaborates with the Education Department team to develop curriculum and unique offerings, such as classes, workshops or programs. The YTA is an important part of RAC’s staff and is entrusted with the support and care of our young community members. In addition to speaking English, the ideal candidate speaks, reads and writes fluently in Spanish or Mandarin. This position is as a casual employee, 3-15 hrs a week, $35 per hour. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Application Instructions: ENGLISH | ESPAÑOL | 普通话
Richmond Art Center (RAC) is looking for Teaching Artists with backgrounds in visual art and studio art for our in-person and online programs. We have dedicated studios for Jewelry & Metal Arts, Printmaking, Ceramics, Fiber Art, Glass Arts and Painting/Drawing/Mixed Media. Teaching Artists (TA) collaborate with the Education Department team to develop curriculum and unique offerings, such as classes, workshops and other programs. Our TAs are an important part of RAC’s staff and are entrusted with the support and care of all our community members. In addition to speaking English, candidates who speak, read and write fluently in Spanish or Mandarin are ideal. This position is as a casual employee, 2-12 hours a week, $35 per hour plus paid pre-time and curriculum development time. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Application Instructions including Qualifications for Different Media: ENGLISH | ESPAÑOL
Learn more about being a Teaching Artist at RAC at our upcoming information sessions on Thursday, February 23, 5pm-6pm and Saturday, February 25 at 9am-10am.