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Now Hiring! Part-time Art Teacher in Charlotte

May 29, 2019 | By Rachel Zink

Arts For Life and Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, NC, are looking for a stellar Art Teacher to join the staff team, teaching art lessons to pediatric patients battling cancer and blood disease for 20 hours per week.

The ideal candidate:

  • Has a lot of experience (at least 3 years) teaching art, in a wide variety of mediums, to youth and young adults ages 2-21.
  • Is highly adaptable, emotionally mature, and thrives in nontraditional environments.
  • Embodies Arts For Life’s core values of creativity, learning, compassion, collaboration, and inclusion.

This position is based in the outpatient pediatric hematology/oncology clinic at Levine Children’s, and requires up-to-date immunizations, annual flu shots, and satisfactory background check. The position is part of the Levine Children’s staff team, delivering Arts For Life programs to patients and families, and will start at 20 hours per week (with a long-term possibility of full-time, pending sufficient funding). The schedule is an alternating A week / B week format: A Week = Monday through Friday from 8:00AM – 12:00PM, followed by B Week = Monday through Friday 12:30 – 4:30PM, followed by A Week. Schedule flexibility to work between the hours of 8:00AM – 4:30PM is required.

Apply through the Atrium Health website HERE.

For questions about the job or the application process, please contact Sarah Ness, Program Director of Arts For Life’s Charlotte Chapter.

Inclusion is one of Arts For Life’s core values. In our hospital and clinic programs, we practice the idea that everyone is welcome at the art table, and that carries over to our workspace and hiring process. We are an equal opportunity employer and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We actively seek to recruit talented staff from diverse backgrounds and encourage people from underrepresented communities to apply.