Arts Specialist Needed!

  • Harlem Children's Zone
  • 1916 Park Avenue, New York, NY, USA
  • Nov 04, 2021
Part time Education Nonprofit-Social Services

Job Description

Lead our students to a bright future in the arts! We are looking for enthusiastic Art Specialists across disciplines from fashion design to journalism and creative writing, to guide our students in after-school activities! Our students are brimming with creativity and Harlem Children’s Zone provides the tools that will lead them to success! 

 

During the day our students are engaged in learning the basics! After school is the time to develop any special interests!  They can learn to produce their own music or learn how to write a play! If you specialize in:  

 

  • Television Production 
  • Theater
  • Screen Writing    
  • Music & Lyricists 
  • Spoken word and poetry 
  • Stop Motion Graphics  
  • Broadcast sound engineering  
  • Debate 
  • Videography for television  
  • Audio/Sound engineering  
  • Arts & Crafts 
  • fashion and cosmetology

 

 

As an Arts Specialist you will facilitate weekly lesson plans and activities not only around creative projects such as television production but also in lifetime decision making, identifying values, communication and critical thinking, resume building and interview techniques, social etiquette, conflict resolution, and community service, among others. 

 

If you believe you are committed, positive, accountable and want to make a difference in the lives of children then this is a wonderful opportunity to work and grow your career. 

 

 

We have dozens of openings, but they will get scooped up quickly, so apply today 

 

 

 

Interested? APPLY TODAY.  

 

 

Pay? Base rate is $20- $30 an hour 

 

Education Requirements: 

 

You must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent in addition to experience with sports programming! Pay is based on education and experience!  

 

 

 

HCZ requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.  Accordingly, successful candidates must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and submi