What: K-12 Dance Instructors
When: Weekday afternoons
Start Date: August 15, 2019

Urbanity Dance is looking for Hip Hop, Krump, and Breakdance teachers with strong technique, impeccable professionalism, and a true passion for teaching.
We are looking for instructors ready to be role models for our next generation of dancers in our Youth programming and/or who are committed to helping adult learners excel through our Adult programming. We are currently offering part-time teaching hours for the following ages and levels:

  • Youth Hip Hop (ages 6 - 18)

  • Krump (ages 7 - 9 and Teen)

  • Breakdancing (ages 7 - 9 and Teen)

  • Adult Hip Hop, Urban Groove, Jazz Funk, etc (Beginner, Beginner/Intermediate, Intermediate/Advanced)

Qualifications:

Minimum qualifications:

  • 2+ years of work experience teaching hip hop, krump, and/or breakdance OR BA in a related field (education, arts, etc)

Preferred skills/qualifications:

  • 5+ years of relevant experience that includes teaching, dancing and/or choreographing

  • Experience working with English Language Learners and students with special needs

  • Effective interpersonal, communication, and education skills

How To Apply:

  • Please schedule your audition and/or interview by emailing: leilani@urbanitydance.org and betsi@urbanitydance.org 

  • Please include in your email:

    • Resume

    • Videos/links to choreography/teaching

    • Your availability (in detail!)

    • Your teaching philosophy

Salary:

Start at $37.00 an hour

About this Organization:

Urbanity Dance exists to inspire, engage, and empower individuals and communities through the art of dance and movement. 

The School at Urbanity offers quality dance training for students of all ages in a range of techniques and disciplines. Our nurturing classroom environment is designed to encourage a generation of lifelong movers and dance enthusiasts. Company dancers and faculty, all from diverse cultural and dance backgrounds, strive to support each student in their dance experience. Urbanity strives to help diverse communities explore the expressive possibilities of movement.