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Careers

BSA employs more than 100 full- and part-time teachers who provide for a rigorous curriculum both in arts and academics. The core of the arts faculty is composed of distinguished professional actors, dancers, musicians and visual artists, who teach at the school on a part-time basis, providing a critical link between the BSA students and the professional arts world. Many of the arts faculty members also teach in TWIGS, BSA’s after school and Saturday arts instruction program.

Thank you for your interest in Baltimore School for the Arts. We are currently seeking a long-term sub and several part-time instructors for our Theatre Department.

Long-term Sub

Baltimore School for the Arts, an urban public arts high school in Baltimore City is looking for a long-term sub to start the 18/19 year with us. The identified candidate will teach 2 sections of Honors US History and 3 sections of American Government through mid to late October. After then, we are looking for a permanent building substitute who can cover classes as needed across all academic disciplines on a semi-regular basis. You will be required to register as a sub for Baltimore City Schools. Please send letters of interest and resumes to Tom Askey, Assistant Principal for Academics at taskey@bsfa.org.

Movement for the Actor

We are in search of a part-time Movement for the Actor teacher (6 hours per week) We are looking for an instructor with professional experience and strong teaching background. This person should be able to teach the basics of Laban Movement Analysis. We are also interested in someone with some background in the Alexander Technique. Special skills are also helpful such as clowning, miming and mask work.

Video Design and Projections

We are in search of a part-time Video Design and Projections teacher (8 hours per week). We are looking for an instructor with professional experience and strong teaching background. This person should be able to teach video content creation, motion graphics, editing and projections mapping. Our ideal candidate would possess creative knowledge and also technical experience with various video editing software.

Acting II

We are in search of a part-time Acting II teacher. (4 hours per week) This teacher would work mostly with second year actors in the program. We are looking for someone with professional experience and strong teaching background. This ideal candidate would have experience in various Acting styles and techniques, Stanislavski, Meisner, and/or creating original work in theatre.

Compensation and Benefits:

These theatre positions are hourly positions based around a 10 month school calendar year.  The above positions will be employees of the Baltimore School for the Arts Foundation. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Roz Cauthen @ rcauthen@bsfa.org with the subject line: Theatre Faculty Position