Summer Arts for Learning Academy Jobs

2022 Job Opportunities

Office Managers

The Summer Arts for Learning Academy (SALA) Office Manager is an essential member of the SALA staff and is responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of all administrative aspects of the site. The Office Manager is often the first person staff, parents, students, or visitors to the Academy will meet or see during the day, making a welcoming and friendly demeanor vital to the role. Office Managers are required to ensure that the site office is staffed at all times, site data is organized and entered into the appropriate databases, and site supplies are inventoried and accessible to Teachers and Teaching Artists throughout the program. Prior to the beginning of the program, Office Managers will spend 30 hours making phone calls to SALA Student Families to accept and confirm students for the program.

Paraeducators

The Summer Arts for Learning Academy (SALA) Paraeducator is key to ensuring all students receive the support necessary to thrive in a unique and creative learning environment. Paras are required to work hand in hand with SALA staff to support students with IEPs within the Summer Arts for Learning Academy program. Paras are expected to provide support both through one on one interactions with students and through full classroom support. Paras are responsible for providing reasonable accommodations to students and will support Special Educators in meeting IEP goals for specific students. In addition to serving specific students, Paras are expected to support all students with special needs regardless of IEP status.

Tutors

The Summer Arts for Learning Academy (SALA) Tutor is key to ensuring all students receive the support necessary to thrive in a unique and creative learning environment. Tutors are required to work hand in hand with SALA staff to support students in their Literacy skills within the Summer Arts for Learning Academy program. Tutors are expected to provide daily 30 minute Literacy Tutoring Sessions to small groups of students. Tutors will work with the same small groups of students for the entire six-week program (Monday - Thursday) and will regularly communicate with Teachers, Teaching Artists, and Special Educators so that students' needs are being met through a cohesive team strategy. Tutors are responsible for providing reasonable accommodations to students and will support Special Educators in meeting IEP goals for specific students. In addition to serving specific students, Tutors are expected to support all students with special needs regardless of IEP status.

Arts for Learning Maryland (formerly Young Audiences of Maryland) is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to cultivating a diverse workforce and equitable workplace. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, veteran status, and disability. All qualified applications will be given equal opportunity.