Date Posted: 9/18/2018 Location: Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts Date of Availability: 10/01/2018 Date Closing:until filled Reports to: Administration Department:English Position Summary: The Secondary English Language Arts Teacher is responsible for providing the highest quality classroom instruction in the areas of Honors and AP English Composition and Literature classes for our students. FWAFA teachers provide students with appropriate educational activities and experiences that will enable them to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. In collaboration with other faculty and administration, the Teacher will support the School’s mission through curriculum development and instruction in alignment with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), the National Core Art Standards, and the standards required for Advanced Placement coursework.Further Information / Apply Online
Date Posted: 10/16/2018 Location: Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts Date of Availability: Immediately Date Closing: Until Filled Reports to: Chief Academic Officer Department: Administration Position Summary:The Curriculum & Instruction Director shall be responsible for the coordination of planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of curriculum and instruction programs, including Creative Instruction (as described in the organization’s Fine Arts Processes Initiative) and will assist the campus leadership with the management of the schools. The Curriculum & Instruction Director will support the development and implementation of a vertically and horizontally articulated Creative Instruction curriculum that supports diverse students in core academics, artistic achievement, areas of enrichment, and social-emotional learning. S/he will have a commitment to the educational philosophy of our schools that includes a constructivist approach, project- based learning, Creative Instruction, and the overall restorative culture of our organization. The Curriculum & Instruction Director is a visionary instructional leader who will contribute to the creation of engaging, joyful, academically rigorous schools built on our fundamentals of academic and artistic excellence, community, and diversity. S/he will have a sophisticated understanding of and experience with a constructivist approach to curriculum and instruction, the development of creative curriculum, supporting teacher professional development, creating stakeholder partnerships, and building and/or working in diverse communities.Further Information / Apply Online
Date Posted: 1/18/2018 Location: Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts Date of Availability: 1/18/2018 Date Closing:until filled Reports to: External Affairs Department:External Affairs Position Summary: Safely and efficiently transport students and authorized personnel to and from off-site venues for activities ranging from class field trips to community outreach and performances. Transportation needs may be for any and all of the Texas Center for Arts + Academics entities (Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts, Texas Boys Choir, Texas School of the Arts, and Texas Dance Conservatory).Further Information / Apply Online
Texas Center for Arts + Academics is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, creed, color, religious belief, sex, age, national origin, disability, or any other classification protected by applicable law.