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AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts is one of the foremost performing arts colleges in the country with campuses in Los Angeles and New York City. The school offers Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs in Acting, Musical Theatre, Dance Theatre and Performing Arts as well as two year conservatory programs.

We are accepting resumes for part-time teaching positions in Musical Theatre at our Los Angeles campus. AMDA is seeking instructors with experience teaching courses in one or more History-based courses, specifically: Musical Theatre History.

Applicants should be strongly committed to excellence in teaching, honed from personal performing experience on a professional level and pedagogy of teaching at a college level.

Performance Credentials:
The American Musical and Dramatic Academy differentiates itself from other performing arts colleges by having students learn from "working faculty." Applicants must have performance experience within the industry; preference will be given to those with recent / current performance credits.
Experience with a variety of styles, and periods, is a plus.

Teaching Credentials:
College-level teaching plus a willingness to learn curriculum-specific material, is required.

Applicants will have experience in providing and maintaining a professional rehearsal and performance atmosphere within the classroom.

Successful applicants will have demonstrated an ability to work effectively with diverse populations and varying proficiency levels.

Knowledge of current dance techniques and trends.

Applicants will be able to communicate with students in a positive and effective manner.

Academic Credentials:
BFA in Musical Theatre (minimum) / Master's degree or higher (preferred) / or comparable educational or professional experience.

Qualified applicants should submit cover letter, resume and salary history. Applicants with performing resumes and teaching resumes are encouraged to submit both.

AMDA is proud to be an EOE employer M/F/D/V.

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