Latin instructor at LSMSA
Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA)
Latin Instructor (Available August 1, 2018)
The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts seeks applicants for a Latin faculty with employment starting August 2018. This is a full-time position with all benefits of state employment.
The successful candidate will be able to teach four levels of collegiate, accelerated Latin curriculum, with the potential of additional coursework in a second language as student interests and instructor credentials allow. In addition to teaching students in a small class setting, the successful candidate must be innovative, able to engage students from varying backgrounds and preparations for successful learning once at LSMSA, and willing to use office hours to tutor and assist students. The ability to mentor students and assist in their research is a key to a teacher’s long-term success and satisfaction.
Other duties include academic advising and sponsoring, chaperoning, or assisting in extra-curricular and student social activities outside of the normal school day.
The qualified candidate must hold a Masters degree in Classics or comparable field along with evidence of two years teaching experience and/or professional activity.
Dance instructor at LSMSA
Louisiana School for Math, Science and Arts (LSMSA)
Exhibit 1: Job Listing for Opening in Dance - Shared Position
Full Time Faculty Opening in Dance, Beginning August 2018
Institution: Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts / Northwestern State University
Location: Natchitoches, LA
Application Due: Open Until Filled
Type: Full Time
The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts seeks applicants for a dance director and faculty position with employment starting August 2018. This is a full-time, ten-month position with job duties shared between the Louisiana School for Math, Science and Arts (LSMSA) and the Northwestern State University Theatre/Dance Program (NSU), with promotional review and salary progressions housed at LSMSA.
LSMSA duties will include teaching one to two dance classes each semester and producing a Dance Ensemble concert each semester. NSU duties will include teaching of one to two college level dance classes each semester and possibly serving as choreographer for dance productions in conjunction with the larger departmental needs. Both institutions provide a wide curriculum in dance, music, theatre, and the visual arts that is part of the students’ academic load and schedule. Instruction in dance ranges from entry level in ballet, modern, and jazz to advanced work in those areas. The position requires an individual with training and experience in providing choreography and/or leadership to a performing company. In order to be successful, the individual must be able to demonstrate and actively engage the dancers in both the routines of technique classes and the demands of ensemble rehearsals.