Division/College: College of Education, Health & Human Sciences
Employee Category: Temporary
Pay Range: $825.00 - $1,333.00 per session, per semester
Full/Part Time: Part Time
Position Summary: Instructing one-credit dance activity and/or technique course(s) for the Department of Movement Sciences. Each course section specializes in a specific dance area, varying from beginning to advanced levels.
DAN 105 activity courses are open to all university students and are graded as pass/fail. DAN 116/216/416/516 technique courses are standard graded courses that require a placement class before registration.
Some courses have sections of 116, 216, 416, and/or 516. In this case, these sections are taught jointly. Individuals may be hired for more than one course and may be asked to continue in subsequent semesters (contingent on successful evaluations).
Needs for Fall 2020: DAN 105: Beginning Ballroom (Thursday 5:30-7:20p) DAN 105: Beginning Hip Hop (Tuesday/Thursday 3:30-4:20p) DAN 105: Beginning Ballet (Tuesday/Thursday 10:30-11:50a) DAN 105: Beginning Contemporary Modern (Tuesday/Thursday 12:30-1:50p) DAN 116/216/516: Ballet II (Monday/Wednesday 2:00-3:20p) DAN 116/216/516: Modern II (Tuesday/Thursday 12:30-1:50p) DAN 116/416: Ballet IV (Tuesday/Thursday 2:00-3:20p)
Minimum Qualifications: - At least two years of teaching experience in the specific skill area, or appropriate certification to teach in the skill area.
- Bachelors degree and/or equivalent teaching experience in Dance, health & exercise, recreation, physical education, or related field.
Preferred Qualifications: - Masters degree and/or equivalent teaching experience in Dance, health & exercise, recreation, physical education, or related field.
- Appropriate certifications to supplement teaching in the specific skill area;
- Current CPR/First Aid certification.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Posting Number: STH001706P
Posting Date: 04/20/2020
Open Until Filled: Yes
Special Instructions: Application review will start on May 15th, 2020.
Background Check: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates may be required to pass a criminal background check.
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