Employment Opportunities

Music, Art, Dance and Drama Teaching Positions:

Darlington Arts Center accepts resumes from potential teaching artists and keeps them on file for future openings. As an independent contractor, the teacher would conduct all private lessons, classes and workshops on site at the Darlington Arts Center. Teaching hours are typically after-school, evening &/or Saturdays, but could be daytime as well. Instructors at Darlington are required to have appropriate clearances in line with child protection legislation. At least one degree in the field you are teaching is required; experienced teachers preferred.
To apply: Please send a resume and cover letter by email to Susan Nicodemus Quinn, Executive Director at susan@darlingtonarts.org.

 

After-School Coordinator:

Darlington is looking for an energetic high-school ages student or other on weekdays (Monday-Friday) to help with our after-school program between 3:00-4:30pm. Duties include receiving students from the bus, monitoring transitional activities, and ensuring all students go their correct classes or lessons. This is a paid position and a great way to gain valuable work experience! To apply: Please send a resume by email to Susan Nicodemus Quinn, Executive Director at susan@darlingtonarts.org.