Fwd: [dramatherapylistserv] Associate Director for Urban Improv -- Rehearsal for Life -- Massachusetts

Rebecca Walters hvpi at hvpi.net
Tue Jul 7 17:05:17 UTC 2020

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From: Sally Bailey <sdbailey at ksu.edu>
Date: Tue, Jul 7, 2020, 12:45 PM
Subject: [dramatherapylistserv] Associate Director for Urban Improv --
Rehearsal for Life -- Massachusetts
To: Dramatherapylistserv <dramatherapylistserv at googlegroups.com>

Associate Director, Urban Improv
Rehearsal for Life


This position requires passion for creative youth development, and deep
knowledge of applied theatre, social-emotional learning skills,
trauma-informed and culturally responsive practice. The Associate Director
of Urban Improv will have experience working with a range of races,
ethnicities, and cultures and students in under-resourced urban
communities. Rehearsal for Life is an equal opportunity employer.

Position status: Exempt, part-time (.625 FTE)

Salary:                              $41,000 - $47,000 based on experience

Benefits:                          Competitive benefits package

Schedule:                         ~30 hrs week for 43 weeks, late August
through mid June,

Mon-Fri, generally between the hours of 9am-3pm


Below are the responsibilities of the Urban Improv Associate Director.
Please note that given the realities of the coronavirus pandemic, it will
be critical that the Associate Director remain flexible with how tasks are
performed in order to remain responsive and supportive to our partners and
students during this time.


●        Strong alignment with the Rehearsal for Life mission, vision, and

●        Demonstrated commitment to anti-racism, diversity, equity, and

●        Proven track record as effective manager of creative youth
development program.

●        5+ years of service as a teaching artist in a school /youth
organization setting.

●        3+ years experience directing/leading teaching artists.

●        5+ years performing in an ensemble and experience with improv.

●        Expertise in applied theatre, social-emotional learning, and
creative youth development.

●        Proven ability to influence and motivate others, with a keen
understanding of how to impact individual and group mindset, knowledge and

●        Strong oral and written communication skills with a pedagogical
understanding of how to convey complex topics to a variety of audiences
through performance.

●        Strong time management skills, attention to detail, and ability to
manage multiple tasks/priorities

●        Experience with digital curriculum and virtual instruction
preferred but not required.

●        Bachelor’s degree; relevant advanced degree preferred (Theatre,
Education, Arts Integration).

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