Our Children & Youth Arts program is looking for:

TITLE: Summer Camp Coordinator

SUPERVISOR: Leah Porrata, Director of Youth Programs and Academy

JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY

This position focuses on making sure the summer camps run smoothly at our Central campus. Preparing the camp spaces and maintaining organization are the major responsibilities of this role. The individual in this position is the go-to person for information and the contact for parents of students and our teaching artists. 

  • Schedule:
    • Monday, 7:30am – 12:30pm (5 hours)
    • Tuesday – Thursday, 8:30am – 12:30pm (4 hours)
    • Friday, 8:30am – 2:30pm (6 hours)
  • Location
    • CFCArts Offices at Central Christian Church
    • 250 SW Ivanhoe Blvd., Orlando FL

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

MONDAYS:

  • Take pictures of the nursery space
  • Put away/out-of-reach all fragile items and church supplies
  • Set up the craft room with supplies from summer camp bins

MON-FRI:

  • Clean and vacuum all 4-5 rooms
  • Take out the trash
  • Make name tags for all students
  • Check-in students
  • Collect student paperwork/payments
  • Call late students
  • Supervise students in “time out”, then either bring the student back to class or call a parent if a student cannot calm down

FRIDAYS:

  • Remind parents about the recital/showcase at check-in
  • Set up chapel space for recital/showcase
  • Welcome parents for recital/showcase
  • After camp, use Monday’s photos to replace all of the church’s belongings
  • Place all arts/crafts supplies in organized bins (store in Music 1)
  • Clean and vacuum all 4-5 rooms

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be able to pass a general background check
  • Must attend a CFCArts Youth Staff Training and Contractor Orientation to be scheduled for the end of the Spring semester
  • Must have a high comfort level and experience in interacting with students Pre-K through 2nd grade and their parents
  • Must be comfortable communicating and problem solving with people both in person and on the phone
  • Must be willing to become incredibly knowledgeable about and familiar with CFCArts summer camp programs, including schedule, procedures, etc.
  • Must have a high level of commitment to being on time and prepared for each day, due to the importance of these responsibilities
  • Must have excellent skills in the areas of organization, communication, and problem solving
  • Schedule:
    • Monday, 7:30am – 12:30pm (5 hours)
    • Tuesday – Thursday, 8:30am – 12:30pm (4 hours)
    • Friday, 8:30am – 2:30pm (6 hours)
  • Location
    • CFCArts Offices at Central Christian Church
    • 250 SW Ivanhoe Blvd., Orlando FL

TITLE: Education Administrator

SUPERVISOR: Leah Porrata, Director of Education, Youth Programs and Academy

JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY

This part-time position works in conjunction with the Education Team to complete all administrative responsibilities relating to the Academy, Arts & Wellness, Outreach, and Children & Youth Programs (CYAP).

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

GENERAL TASKS:

  • Monitor all submitted program interest forms and follow up to complete registration
  • Assist with registration and member applications for all new students
  • Create and maintain rosters for all education programs
  • Track and process all payments for education programs
  • Schedule CYAP auditions
  • Track and report CYAP volunteer hours to Volunteer Coordinator monthly
  • Serve as Front of House manager for CYAP shows
  • Monitor and manage youth@ email address
  • Submit weekly program roster updates to the Director of Administration, including new all new registrations and payments
  • Maintain and update New Member Tracking Sheet
  • Respond to scholarship inquiries and notify recipients of their awards
  • Organize, pickup, and return education and production materials to/from storage. 

ACADEMY:

  • Manage the scheduling of trial lessons through the use of My Music Staff.
  • Manage on-boarding process for new students to ensure all student paperwork is completed and appropriately filed.
  • Promote and attend Academy events (Recitals and Showcases)

 

 ARTS & WELLNESS:

  • Manage check-in/check-out process for current and future programs including Musical Minds Choirs. 
  • Follow up with absent participants via phone
  • Fill out New Member Applications with Participants

OUTREACH 

  • Communicate with partners as needed
  • Attend promotional outreach events
  • Deliver necessary material to partnering venues

CHILDREN & YOUTH PROGRAMS

YOUNG ARTISTS ORCHESTRA

  • Manage check-in/check-out process for Young Artists Orchestra on Sundays.
  • Follow up with absent participants via phone.
  • Print and copy music for rehearsals. 

YOUTH MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANIES

  • Assist with check-in on Monday evenings.
  • Follow up with absent participants via phone.

YOUTH THEATRE TROUPE & SUMMER CAMPS

  • Respond to inquiries from students and parents about class/show dates, curriculum, and schedule
  • Communicate with potential students via phone and email.
  • Schedule:
    • Sunday: 2 – 5:30 (3.5)
    • Monday: 9:30-6:30 (8 hours, with 1 hour lunch)
    • Wednesday: 9-6:30 – (8 hours, with 1 hour lunch)

Our Marketing Team is looking for:

Supervisor: Marketing Department
Type of Position: Internship – Spring/Summer/Fall Semesters

Job Description Summary

  • Reporting directly to the Marketing Director. Assist with daily tasks such as creating social media content, promotional materials, graphic design and branding.

Job Responsibilities

Essential duties and responsibilities may include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Create engaging photo and video content for CFCArts’ social media outlets.
  • Draft print and online communications for members and patrons including media releases, emails, and social media posts
  • Create graphic design elements for CFCArts branding
  • Assist in promotional efforts for events in the community

Minimum Qualifications

  • Strong written and verbal skills and reliable source of transportation during work hours.

How to Apply

  • Email resumes to Marissa Lattanzio at marissa@cfcarts.com.

Email school@cfcarts.com to apply for any of the following School of the Arts positions:

Supervisor: Education Manager

Job Description Summary

  • Teachers with the CFCArts’ School of Performing Arts provide high level music and performance education to students in both private lessons and group classes based on the teacher’s training and experience and abilities.

Job Responsibilities

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Build personal studio by marketing and bringing in new students
  • Plan and prepare lessons in relation to individual students’ needs
  • Acquire appropriate teaching materials/resources
  • Be available to teach during given availability that is given to the School.
  • Motivate students and encourage progress
  • Track progress of students through student journals, weekly updates to parents and monthly reports to School
  • Liaison with School staff and/or parents to ensure that students are aware of and prepared for all opportunities offered through CFCArts
  • Assess students abilities, providing feedback and writing reports
  • Prepare students for recitals and showcases
  • Keep scheduling and invoice records by updating Appointment Plus on a weekly basis and ensuring that all records are updated and correct for monthly payment processing

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Music or Music Education; OR, Four years experience in instrument appropriate to the area of assignment; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.

How to Apply

  • Email resumes to school@cfcarts.com.

TITLE: School of Arts – Academy Teaching Artist

SUPERVISOR: Associate Director of Education & Outreach 

JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY

  • Teaching Artists within the CFCArts’ School of Arts provide high level music and performance education to students in both private lessons and group classes based on their training, experience, and abilities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and prepare lessons in relation to individual students’ needs 
  • Acquire appropriate teaching materials/resources
  • Be available to teach during availability that is given to the School.
  • Motivate students and encourage progress
  • Liaison with School staff and/or parents to ensure that students are aware of and prepared for all opportunities offered through CFCArts
  • Assess students abilities and provide feedback
  • Prepare students for recitals and showcases
  • Build personal studio by self marketing and bringing in new students
  • Keep scheduling and invoice records by updating MyMusicStaff on a monthly basis and ensuring that all records are updated and correct for monthly payment processing

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Music or Music Education; OR, Four years experience in instrument appropriate to the area of assignment; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and phone skills 
  • Ability to articulate about CFCArts’ mission and role in the community
  • Attention to detail and highly organized
  • Knowledge of MS Office and other database programs
  • Strong writing, proofreading, and communication skills

Visual arts teaching artist will provide exceptional arts education opportunities to students in group settings within one or more of the following pillars of the CFCArts’ School of Arts. Supplies and basic curriculum will be provided and new art ideas are always encouraged and appreciated.

    • Outreach Arts experiences for children and adults in under supported communities
      • Monday – Friday Various Times: 8-10:30am/ 1-3:30pm/ 5-7:30pm
    • Arts & Wellness Engaging arts experiences for those living with cognitive and/or physical disabilities, or disease.
      • Monday – Friday Various Times: 10:30am-12:00pm/ 1-3:30pm
    • Arts in Action Specialized arts classes for healthy seniors 55 and older
      • Monday – Friday Various Times: 10:30am-12:00pm/ 6-7:30pm

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and prepare lesson plans in relation to the group’s needs.
  • Submit Lesson Plans to the Associate Director of Education & Outreach the Friday before each class to ensure the proper resources are available
  • Acquire appropriate teaching materials/resources from Central Campus
  • Be available to teach during availability that is given to the School.
  • Assess students’ abilities and provide feedback both to partnering program director and Associate Director of Education & Outreach
  • Keep track of measurable benchmarks using CFCArts assessment form in relation to grant and research funding.
  • Keep scheduling and invoice records by updating MyMusicStaff on a monthly basis and ensuring that all records are updated and correct for monthly payment processing

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in an art related field; OR, Four years experience in a similar area of assignment; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
  • Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills 
  • Ability to articulate about CFCArts’ mission and role in the community
  • Attention to detail and highly organized

SUPERVISOR: Associate Director of Education & Outreach 

JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY

  • Teaching Artists for Unique Demographics will provide exceptional music, drama, dance, creative writing and/or performing arts education opportunities to students in group settings within one or more of the following pillars of the CFCArts’ School of Arts.

    • Outreach Arts experiences for children and adults in under supported communities
      • Monday – Friday Various Times: 8-10:30am/ 1-3:30pm/ 5-7:30pm
    • Arts & Wellness Engaging arts experiences for those living with cognitive and/or physical disabilities, or disease.
      • Monday – Friday Various Times: 10:30am-12:00pm/ 1-3:30pm
    • Arts in Action Specialized arts classes for healthy seniors 55 and older
      • Monday – Friday Various Times: 10:30am-12:00pm/ 6-7:30pm

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and prepare lesson plans in relation to the group’s needs.
  • Submit Lesson Plans to the Associate Director of Education & Outreach the Friday before each class to ensure the proper resources are available
  • Acquire appropriate teaching materials/resources from Central Campus
  • Be available to teach during availability that is given to the School.
  • Assess students’ abilities and provide feedback both to partnering program director and Associate Director of Education & Outreach
  • Keep track of measurable benchmarks using CFCArts assessment form in relation to grant and research funding.
  • Keep scheduling and invoice records by updating MyMusicStaff on a monthly basis and ensuring that all records are updated and correct for monthly payment processing

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Music or Music Education; OR, Four years experience in a similar area of assignment; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
  • Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills 
  • Ability to articulate about CFCArts’ mission and role in the community
  • Attention to detail and highly organized

The responsibility of the Education Intern is to assist in the daily operations, communications, membership, and preparations related to the Education programs at CFCArts. This includes the School of the Arts programs in Outreach, Arts and Wellness, Arts in Action and the Academy, as well as the Children and Youth Arts Programs in Musical Theatre, Vocal Music, and the Young Artists Orchestra. This internship is unpaid, with flexibility in schedule, duties, and goals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Organize, prepare, and in some cases create and/or transport materials for Education programs
  • Communicate with Education program members, students, staff members, volunteers, and/or community partners regarding upcoming or ongoing programming
  • Assist in the research, preparation, and creation of Education curriculum and programs for future and current seasons
  • Other duties as assigned, and other duties as requested by intern to meet personal, professional, and/or educational goals
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Ability to work at least 6 hours per week during the 9 AM to 6 PM working day of CFCArts, preferably with two days of availability (most Education internships at CFCArts are 9-10 hours per week)
  • Positive attitude and love of serving the community
  • Strong communication and problem-solving skills
  • Ability and desire to work with and around children and families
  • Valid, current driver’s license
  • Regular access to a reliable personal vehicle (CFCArts Education programs exist on multiple campuses in the Central Florida area)
  • Regular access to a personal laptop computer with internet capabilities that can be used during working hours
HOW TO APPLY:
Email resume to Leah Porrata at Leah@cfcarts.com
  • We are always interested in finding experienced and passionate instructors to teach within the Academy.

  • Disciplines include:
  • Voice
  • Acting
  • Theory/Composition
  • All Instrumental Studies
  • If you or someone that you know would be a great fit, please email school@cfcarts.com for more information!

Our Theatre Program is looking for:

Supervisor: Director of Theatre
Type of Position: Internship – rolling application

Job Description Summary

  • Reporting directly to the Director of Theatre. Assist with daily tasks involved with producing a show. Assist Director, Technical Director, and Design Team with varied tasks including, but not limited to, set building, cleaning, light board operator, and sound board operator. Attend all performances and rehearsals as assigned.

Job Responsibilities

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Work as Production Assistant to the Director of Theatre
  • Attend all performances and rehearsals as assigned
  • Perform assigned tasks during performances as assigned
  • Assist with Load IN and Strike of assigned performance
  • Perform varied duties within the theatre in support of the current
    production

Minimum Qualifications

  • Current student attending University or College in the Orlando area
    with reliable transportation
  • Strong background/experience in Theatre
  • Experience in Technical Theatre such as Lighting & Audio preferred
  • Comfort level in working with tools and set construction materials
  • High Level of organization
  • Strong communication skills
  • Flexible availability on Nights & Weekends for performances

How to Apply

  • Email resumes to Donald Rupe at donald@cfcarts.com.

Our Development Team is looking for:

Supervisor: Development Manager
Type of Position: Internship – Fall 2018 | Spring 2019 | Summer 2019

Job Description Summary

  • Reporting directly to the Development Manager. Assist with daily tasks such as donor relations, development administration, grant research and writing, sponsorship maintenance, and event planning/execution.

Job Responsibilities

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Assisting with special events planning and execution.
  • Setting up fundraisers, such as silent auctions.
  • Tracking financial logistics & operations through ticketing website and G Suite.
  • Engaging with donors and sponsors.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Requires clear penmanship, reliable source of transportation during work hours and excellent phone/email communication skills.

How to Apply

  • Email resumes to Bia Silva at bia@cfcarts.com.