Dance Instructor at LSMSA
The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA)
Dance Instructor (Employment Beginning August 2017)
The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts seeks applicants for a dance director and faculty position with employment starting August 2017. This is a full-time, ten-month position with job duties shared between the Louisiana School for Math, Science and Arts (LSMSA) and the Northwestern State University Theatre/Dance Program (NSU), with promotional review and salary progressions housed at LSMSA.
LSMSA duties will include teaching one to two dance classes each semester and producing a Dance Ensemble concert each semester. NSU duties will include teaching of one to two college level dance classes each semester and possibly serving as choreographer for dance productions in conjunction with the larger departmental needs. Both institutions provide a full curriculum in dance, music, theatre, and the visual arts that is part of the students' academic load and schedule. Instruction in dance ranges from entry level in ballet, modern, and jazz to advanced work in those areas. We welcome applicants who can also teach courses in a somatic practice, Laban, Dance History, African Diaspora and Hip Hop.
Physical & Natural Science Instructor at MSSM
Maine School of Science and Mathematics
Instructor - Physical & Natural Sciences (FT): Ideal candidate should have teaching experience in introductory Physical Science and in algebra-based Physics classes. Instructor will teach one or two sections of a lab-based Freshman-level Physical Science, with a focus on basic skills/concepts seen in physics, chemistry, and earth science, plus an elective course. Depending upon curricular needs in a given year, other course offerings may include algebra-based Physics and/or upper level electives in the instructor’s field of specialization. Three lab-based classes, each meeting 6 hours per week, is the full time instructional load. Familiarity with science standards and experience in scientific research to support student research projects is desirable.
Qualifications: A minimum of a Master’s degree in Chemistry, Physics or closely related discipline is required.
If you are interested in any of the above positions and meet the eligibility requirements, please complete and return an MSSM application for employment
MSSM is an equal opportunity employer.
Student Success Coordinator at ASMSA
Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts (ASMSA)
The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts (ASMSA), a campus of the University of Arkansas System, invites applications for a twelve-month, full-time opening beginning June 1, 2017. The student success coordinator will provide oversight of the ASMSA Scholar Development Program that ensures success for top-performing students at the national level.
Responsibilities will be shared among a team of Student Success Coordinators based on individual competencies and strengths. The SSC will offer planning strategies on test prep, essay writing and selective college admissions, facilitate leadership development curriculum that promotes community and social responsibility.