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NON-CERTIFIED TEACHER - MUSIC INSTRUCTORS 

OPENING DATE: November 28, 2022         CLOSING DATE: December 28, 2022

STATE POSITION NUMBERS: 3 POSITIONS: 60028238, 60028145, & 60028242

SALARY RANGE: Based on Education & Experience         BAND: UB03-00 

WORK SCHEDULE: August 2023 START DATE - 10-Month Faculty, Permanent, Full-time, approximately 37.5 hours per week 

LOCATION: South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, Greenville, SC; Division of Arts and Academics, Office of the Dean 

The Music Department is seeking to hire three, full-time, permanent faculty members for the 2023-2024 school year. This cohort of new faculty will be selected based on their individual strengths as musicians and educators, as well as on their skill sets and commitments to departmental work with an emphasis on innovative curriculum and instruction for young musicians. 

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS: 
Master’s in Music and five (5) years of successful experience teaching music at the secondary or post-secondary level. Strong background as a performer and understanding of best practices in the field. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  
DMA and five (5) years of successful experience teaching music at the secondary or post-secondary level. Outstanding record as a performer and understanding of best practices in the field. Demonstrated knowledge and interpersonal skills to work with public school students who have exceptional artistic potential and achievement, other arts and academic educators, and diverse constituencies and cultures. Experience teaching and administering summer music programs for middle/high school students. Experience with outreach and curriculum design for K-12 music teachers and students. Administrative experience such as departmental leadership and/or with recruiting, organizing, leading, representing department and school. The preferred candidate will also have a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion as an educator and artist.  

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES: 
Major Duties:
•    Ensemble conductor with specialty experience in wind ensemble and additional experience with symphonic orchestra. Creative approaches to large ensemble programming are especially welcome.
•    Lead teacher for woodwinds or brass area who also teaches applied music in the specialty area. Clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, or low brass specialist preferred
•    Teach applied piano/keyboard within the program, including class piano.

Additional Duties:
•    Teaching conducting 
•    Coaching chamber music and ensembles
•    Teaching Seminar class in instrument area
•    Teaching music history and theory (possible AP Theory experience) 
•    Teaching jazz

Innovations: 
•    Expertise to design and implement a jazz curriculum appropriate for pre-college instruction. 
•    Expertise to design and implement instrumental recruiting initiatives targeting band and string orchestra  
•    Expertise to design and implement a holistic program for the 21st Century keyboard player: including but not limited to topics related to Functional Keyboard Skills. 

General Duties (all SCGSAH faculty):
The instructor will advance the mission of the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities to identify and teach South Carolina's artistically talented high school students through programs or pre-professional instruction in an environment of artistic and academic excellence.  The instructor will also advance the school's mission by serving as a resource for all teachers and students in South Carolina. In consultation with the Department Chair or Dean, develops and instructs a curriculum in accordance with state and national standards, utilizing the South Carolina College- and Career-Ready Standards for Visual and Performing Arts Proficiency and the school’s curriculum as adopted by the Board of Directors. Organizes and implements an instructional program that supports student success in accordance with the Mission and core beliefs of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, including development of appropriate differentiated instruction strategies and other mechanisms to meet the needs of the school’s diverse student population.  
Develops in writing and in consultation with the Department Chair or Dean, an annual goal in a three-year cycle as part of an ongoing performance evaluation program. Participates in faculty and departmental meetings, committees, programs, and other events that promote excellence and growth in the department and school. Participates in the audition/admissions review process as requested by the Department Chair or Dean, and demonstrates interest and engagement in student performances and other school-wide activities. Participates in Outreach activities.  Demonstrates excellence in continued artistic and academic pursuits. Represents SCGSAH and the department through active involvement in professional organizations. Strengthens personal pursuits and professional ties by participating, exhibiting, performing, and/or making presentations for public groups, districts and schools, parent groups, etc. Other related duties as may be assigned by the Department Chair or Administration. 

HOW TO APPLY:

Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application at www.careers.sc.gov. In a letter of interest, applicants are encouraged to identify their strength areas from the list of job duties below.  Interested candidates should indicate clearly which “major duties,” “additional duties,” and “innovations” they would see themselves as most qualified to bring to the school. Applicants are also asked to submit a brief statement on how their experience and career interests align with the mission of the school.  Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. 

PRODUCTION MANAGER III

OPENING DATE:  November 14, 2022    CLOSING DATE:  December 14, 2022

STATE POSITION NUMBER:  60022999    

SALARY RANGE:  $43,030 - $61,323            BAND and LEVEL:  06

WORK SCHEDULE: Monday through Friday, 37.5 work week, 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m./Full-time, may require evening and weekend work, hours may vary

LOCATION:  South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, Greenville, SC

STATE MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS:
A high school diploma and experience or additional education in the production of radio or television programs or in theatrical productions.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor degree in Theatre Arts or related field and experience with theatrical production

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of theatrical production techniques, equipment and procedures; Knowledge of scenery design and construction; Knowledge of  computing technology, such as networking, hardware, and software, as it relates to theatrical production; ability to operate sound equipment; ability to design and execute theatrical lighting; ability to execute digital video recording and editing; ability to follow directions; ability to communicate both orally and in writing; ability to deal effectively with a diverse population including students, parents, vendors, renters and faculty in handling inquiries and communicating information; and  ability to organize and maintain work load in a multi-dimensional environment.  

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES: Under limited supervision of the Dean, the Director of Production manages and directs the production and design elements of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, working with each art department and to support schoolwide programs and events on and off campus. Oversees the production calendar and works with production staff to ensure effective setup, installation, operation, and maintenance of theatrical equipment including scenery, properties, lighting, audio, and special effects.  Ensures compliance with school policies and procedures particularly in the area of safety. Identifies problems and offers solutions with regards to technical and aesthetic standards while ensuring that those standards are met. Supervises or ensures supervision and support of all campus events. Conducts production meetings with department chairs, faculty members, production staff, and other school personnel as needed to develop and implement production and design plans, ensuring high professional standards in accordance with budgets and timetables.  Develops and maintains budgets and material.  Develops and adheres to production budgets and schedules.  Liaison with vendors for purchasing materials, supplies, and equipment for productions, and for maintaining repairs on equipment. Coordinates contracts with off-site venues for school productions and classes. Prepares requests for purchase orders for materials, supplies, and equipment.  Codes documents for payment.  Maintains inventory of materials, supplies and equipment. Evaluates equipment and recommends the purchase of theatrical production equipment and supplies. Manages and oversees spaces and inventories on campus including: Sakas Theatre (include scene shop and set storage), Smith Recital Hall, and two costume shops.  Purchases and maintains appropriate costume materials and oversees production of costumes. Coordinates work of qualified dance costumers. Ensures costume and scene shop equipment is working properly and safely, to include sewing machines, washers and dryers, dye vats, steam cleaners, irons, and cutting tables.  Organizes and catalogs costumes. Oversees Drama storage and expansion of Drama costume stock. Manages production staff responsible for recording and streaming school events, including training and equipment needs.  Coordinates contracts with guest designers to meet specific production needs. Interviews and recommends for hire temporary staff in the areas of building sets, sound, lighting, recording and costuming. Trains staff and supervises the production staff for all performances and activities. Performs related duties as required.

Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application at www.careers.sc.gov. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. 

RECORDS ANALYST III

OPENING DATE:  October 27, 2022            CLOSING DATE:  November 27, 2022

STATE POSITION NUMBER:  60028032

SALARY RANGE:  $35,360 - $50,394            BAND:  BH40-05

WORK SCHEDULE: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Full-time, may include occasional evenings or weekends.

LOCATION:  South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, Greenville, SC


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: A high school diploma and experience in records management, information systems, or office administration. 

PREFERRED:  A bachelor's degree, experience working as a registrar using Power School and Naviance software, and familiarity with Word, Excel, and other relevant Microsoft applications. 

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES:
The registrar is the chief person responsible for creating and maintaining all student records in accordance with school and state guidelines. Primary duties include: Creating student records for new students and maintaining updated student information in Power School. Development of transcripts, to include requesting transcripts from previous schools upon acceptance of new students, providing copies of transcripts as requested for registration and college acceptance purposes and to satisfy mid-year and final transcript requests from colleges, fulfill transcript requests for alumni through Parchment; development and updating of Records of Units Earned for each student. Provide training on class/grades setup in PowerSchool and Schoology. Completion of report cards, to include maintaining historical files in Power School, communicating with faculty on grades and midpoints, developing reports for administration as requested, and determining honor roll lists. In consultation with the Dean and Director of School Counseling, monitor and build the master schedule each year to meet unique student needs. This includes direct master scheduling input into PowerSchool. Overseeing the scheduling and registration process in Power School, to include setting up necessary templates, entering data for new students, setting up master calendars and schedules, and executing scheduling for all students based on information from the Dean, Director of School Counseling, and Department Chairs. Act as district level PowerSchool Coordinator for the school, making sure data for the state is pre-coded, uploaded, and verified for all school reporting. Define school days for the district and run end-of-year processes so that data is permanently archived.  This includes setting up each student to rollover to proper school and grade for the following year. Work with Jostens to place orders for state and scholar diplomas, cords, and medallions. Working with the alumni office, Dean and Director of School Counseling on the annual senior survey, and providing this information to relevant offices campus wide. Assisting with Commencement activities, to include verification of names, assisting with commencement ceremony as requested, and filing graduation reports as requested by the SC Department of Education. Supporting Office of School Counseling activities, to include opening weekend registration activities, the annual college fair, AP Testing, state reporting requests, etc. Other duties as assigned. 


Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application at www.careers.sc.gov. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. 
 

IT TECHNICIAN II

OPENING DATE:  October 27, 2022            CLOSING DATE:  November 27, 2022
            
STATE POSITION NUMBER:  60024034            BAND and LEVEL:  AM71 - 05

SALARY RANGE:  $35,360 - $50,394

WORK SCHEDULE: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Position may include on-call and may include some evening, weekend and/or overnight work. 

LOCATION:  South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, Greenville, SC

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS:  A high school diploma and experience in information technology, electronics technology systems, or other related areas.  An associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in a related field may be substituted for required experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITES: Knowledge of network services and data communications. Knowledge of methods of network design and equipment configuration requirements.  Knowledge of computer systems analysis, design, testing, debugging, and maintenance techniques. Ability to establish effective working relationships with vendors, management, staff and users.  Must be able to hear, speak audibly, walk, and lift up to 50 lbs. Must possess a valid driver's license. Must be able to work variable hours and shifts, if needed and the job may require on-call duties.

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES:  To support the information technology environment at the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities. Supports an enterprise network consisting of 300 or more workstations and 400+ users, utilizing Windows Server 2016, Windows 10, macOS, and Linux operating systems to provide information resources to members of the SCGSAH community. Installs, configures, and maintains computers, printers, copiers, wireless access points, mobile devices, network cabling, smart televisions and other related equipment, using systems understanding and hardware/software tools. Seeking candidates experienced working with G-Suite for Education, Jamf, Apple School Manager, Kace System Management and System Deployment, Aruba (Instant, ClearPass, Airwave, OS-CX), Palo Alto, Cisco Umbrella, VMware, Azure, PaperCut, Adobe CC License Management and Microsoft Volume Licensing. Troubleshoots networks, systems, and applications using various hardware, software, and skills to identify and correct malfunctions and other operational difficulties to ensure reliability of network services. Recommends purchases of computers, network hardware, peripheral equipment, and software using technical knowledge. Provides support services to administration and faculty regarding use of computers and networks to satisfy mission goals. Maintains an inventory of hardware and software for school using knowledge of what constitutes information technology assets in order to catalog resources and assist in determining future needs. Maintains a broad knowledge of state-of-the art technology, equipment, and/or systems by researching databases, knowledge bases, training materials, and meeting regularly with other information technology personnel to maximize use of networks and computing systems. Performs other related duties as assigned.
 
HOW TO APPLY:

Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application at www.careers.sc.gov. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. 
 

PROGRAM COORDINATOR I (HR/FINANCE) - TEMP/FT

OPENING DATE:  October 17, 2022        CLOSING DATE:  November 17, 2022

STATE POSITION NUMBER: Temporary/Full-Time 

SALARY RANGE:  $18.00 per hour         BAND and LEVEL:  UZ01

WORK SCHEDULE: 8:30am – 5:00pm, 37.5 hours per week, Monday-Friday

LOCATION:  South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, Greenville, SC

Minimum Requirements: A bachelor’s degree and experience administering payroll and processing purchase requisition or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with State Human Resources regulations.

Preferred: Experience processing employee payroll in the SC Enterprise Information System (SCEIS). Previous experience in procurement and proficient in Excel software

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES:  This position will work with the Department of Admin – Shared Services and SCEIS team to analyze and resolve simple to complex payroll related issues. Serve as time and leave administrator to resolve missing time reports. Work with managers and employees to resolve time and leave issues. Generate standard and ad-hoc payroll related reports as scheduled and/or requested for audits and other agency related use. Maintain agency organizational charts, vacancy report, turnover report, etc. Complete employee verification requests. Prepare monthly payroll reports. Process new hire/rehire and current employee payroll changes. Assist Director of HR with Summer and Fall hiring process. Update HR department master employee list. Procurement and financial analyst for the Office of Finance and Administration.  Process school procurement requests for review and approval.  Include processing of purchasing requisitions, travel authorizations and vendor invoices.  Prepare deposits for admissions and summer programs.  Report to Department of Administration and retain records of all deposits. Lead role in collection, monitoring, reporting, and reconciling registration payments for the residential and summer programs.  Includes monitoring/recording of all payments for food services, fines and fees, room damages, and registration for all program admissions. Other related duties as assigned.

Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application which can be found at www.careers.sc.gov. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. 
 

PRODUCTION MANAGER I

OPENING DATE:  August 30, 2022    CLOSING DATE:  Continuous

STATE POSITION NUMBER:  61110046    

SALARY RANGE:  $29,061-$41,415            BAND and LEVEL:  04

WORK SCHEDULE: Monday through Friday, 37.5 work week, 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m./Full-time, may require evening and weekend work, hours may vary

LOCATION:  South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, Greenville, SC

STATE MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS:
A high school diploma and experience or additional education in the production of or specialty areas of production of radio or television programs.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
A high school diploma and experience or additional education in the production of television programs and/or theatrical productions.  Bachelor degree in Theatre Arts or related field and experience with theatrical production

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of theatrical production techniques, equipment and procedures; Knowledge of scenery design and construction; Knowledge of  computing technology, such as networking, hardware, and software, as it relates to theatrical production; ability to operate sound equipment; ability to design and execute theatrical lighting; ability to execute digital video recording and editing; ability to follow directions; ability to communicate both orally and in writing; ability to deal effectively with a diverse population including students, parents, vendors, renters and faculty in handling inquiries and communicating information; and  ability to organize and maintain work load in a multi-dimensional environment.  

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES:
Under the direct supervision of the Director of Production this position will be Responsible for executing all day to day tasks to produce on campus events under direction from the Director of Production. This will involve solo work as well as leading a crew of skilled industry technicians in various venues around campus. This will include all school community meetings, schoolwide humanities classes, drama and music performances, rehearsals and classes as well as other events as dictated by the school calendar especially in Sakas Theatre. Responsible for supervising all drama productions under the direction of the DP. Assistant Production Manager will be present for all drama events and necessary rehearsals as technical supervisor and crew lead. This requires extensive safety procedure knowledge, knowledge of all theatrical systems in place for each event and interaction with a public audience. APM will attend all production meetings and post production meetings led by the Director of Production. APM will attend weekly drama departmental meetings and communicate upcoming needs to DP. APM will assist DP with creating tech schedules, crew work call calendars and show run crew assignments. Responsible for helping to identify areas and equipment that require maintenance/repair/replacement. Production Assistant will work with DP to purchase needed items and schedule any necessary contractors or technicians. Will work with DP to recommend equipment upgrades and updates to maintain industry standards. APM will draft and build or assist in contracting/installing all required scenic elements for all departments. This will require use and upkeep of the Sakas scenic shop and safe tool use practices. APM will seek collaborative approval on all set piece construction plans from set designers, directors and DP.  APM will work within the budget constraints established by DP and work with DP on all purchasing needs. Responsible for managing the video recording, streaming, uploading and archiving of all SCGSAH events. This requires video editing, all equipment acquisition, set up and operation during the event. APM will have the opportunity to train crew technicians to delegate events to. APM will create event set up instructions for all delegated shows and remain on call to assist in troubleshooting.  APM will work directly with DP to create video crew production calendars. APM will manage all music department events on and off campus as required. This involves transporting instruments with a crew, setting up according to the conductor's plan. Booking additional hands as needed for stage moves. Other duties as assigned: APM will assume various technical production roles for events as assigned by DP outside of Sakas Theatre and video production.


Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application at www.careers.sc.gov. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. 
 

CURRICULUM COORDINATOR II - TEMP-GRANT/FT

OPENING DATE: July 8, 2022        CLOSING DATE: Continuous

STATE POSITION NUMBER: Temp/Full Time – 1 Position    BAND and LEVEL: CA20

SALARY RANGE: $50,000

WORK SCHEDULE: 12 Month, Temporary, Full-Time, Monday through Friday, some weekends and evenings may be required. This position is effective over the course of a two-year grant period. 

LOCATION: This position is remote from campus and assigned to a remote site and a regional public elementary school. The position reports to the Office of Outreach at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville, South Carolina. 

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS:  Curriculum and professional development - in an arts or education setting, especially with arts or education content. A bachelor’s degree with experience providing theatre education services directly to groups of students at the elementary or middle school level, whether in classroom, theatre or after-school settings; experience designing and facilitating workshops or classes for groups regardless of age; solid background in theatre or performing arts; demonstrated ability to work within a team and also independently in the field. Must be able to lift up to 25lbs and have a valid driver’s license. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience in developing arts-aligned or arts-integrated curriculum and lesson/unit planning. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with public school and higher education students, staff and administrators; strong planning, scheduling skills; experience leading an adult team; understanding of educational needs assessment, quality assurance and data collection; experience with training others in creative and non-arts environments; successful independent or remote work experience; experience in applied theatre formats and experience building community relationships; directing, acting, or touring theatre productions; experience teaching digitally and familiarity with online and hybrid modules for teaching and learning; experience preparing externally facing training materials in both digital and print forms, to include publication standards and appropriate handling of copyrighted materials; comfort with google suite environment.  

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Arts Grow SC-Spark Grant Director, in the office of Outreach, the Training Coordinator/ Actor-Teacher leads the day to day nuts and bolts development of the state-wide Training Program for professionals, ongoing training for internal team, adjustment of curriculum and methods, participates in designing program assessment, as well as participating in the field as an Actor-Teachers in a public-school setting. 
 
Responsibilities include:
1. Collaborate with Leadership to develop and provide Spark trainings statewide
•    Participate in and eventually lead internal training intensives in our drama-based, literacy-oriented model and appropriate style and methods for this program. Work to develop and improve the model. 
•    With the leadership team, develop training modules, and train others in the model as a secondary trainer and eventually a primary trainer, or in specific skills as requested by schools, as needed.
•    Create durable materials for internal and external trainings - in print and digital formats
•    Provide supervision and support for Actor Teachers’ creation and revisions of new lessons/units
•    As needed, observing and providing feedback to Actor Teachers in the field, for school year and summer programming. 
•    Respond to Coaching Actor-Teacher requests for refresher training for internal staff, school district or local area training interests, and feedback on curriculum. 
•    Design program training modules and materials for use across print, online, in-person, and digital modalities. Work with videography team and Leadership to identify useful sections and edits. 
•    With the leadership team, develop curriculum, review and select books and other content, and integrate and update new pedagogical best practices into our existing model. Research and review children’s literature for inclusion in programming.
•    Coordinate statewide team training events, and assure communication regarding training initiatives and curricular development. Organize agenda, schedules, training personnel, space, resources for training programming.
•    Network with schools, communities and state partners to stay open and available to provide experiences to adult targeted populations in new and innovative ways. 

2. Provide drama experiences in an elementary school setting (1 school per year)
•    Participate as an actor-teacher in the field to remain current on issues facing our primary populations, and to directly inform curriculum adjustments and revisions for drama programming for students. 
•    Creatively adjust curriculum to the needs and interests of the school and community.
•    Provide drama interventions appropriate to the participating school setting - in class, pull-out, 
afterschool, and summer camp models. 
•    Assist teachers interested in learning theatre skills for their classrooms. 

3. Support Quality Assurance/Needs Assessment Efforts
•    Collect and assess data gathered in the field, provide timely summaries and reports to inform ongoing practices, future training, and curriculum with students. 
•    Participate with the Leadership Team  in developing evaluation and assessment tools for Actor-Teachers.
•    Design, conduct, and analyze needs assessments for program alignment with community and statewide sustainability as they relate to long-term vision and implementation of programming.
•    Creation of program evaluation/feedback tools for adult learners pertaining to retention, durability, and relevance of training to continued practice. 
•    Participation in state level partner assessments via ArtsGrow SC & the Spark research team as needed. 
•    As appropriate, network and cultivate relationships with  designated community partners, schools, higher education programs, teaching artists and cultural organizations. 
•    Consistently and professionally represent SCGSAH in all communications and interventions in 
community and school settings. 

4. Other duties as assigned

Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application which can be found at www.scgsah.org/employment . Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. Please email your applications to employment@scgsah.org.
 

PROGRAM ASSISTANT - TEMP/PT (Outreach - Spark)

OPENING DATE: June 21, 2022                                            CLOSING DATE: Continuous

STATE POSITION NUMBER: Temp-Grant/Part Time        BAND and LEVEL: 

SALARY RANGE: $17/hour

WORK SCHEDULE: 12 Month, Temporary, Part-Time, up to 20-25 hours per week, days to be determined, some weekends and evenings may be required. This position is effective over the course of a three-year grant period. 

LOCATION: This position is remote from campus. The position reports to the Arts Grow SC-Spark Grant Director in the Office of Outreach at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville, South Carolina. This position supports the successful implementation of a multi-year, partnership based community grant, and works collaboratively with the Office of Outreach, the Arts Grow SC-Spark Grant Director (working remotely in Columbia) and 6 Community Actor-Teachers in other regions of the state. 

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma and two years of progressively responsible administrative experience. Experience providing program support to complex, team driven programs. Must have strong project management skills, written and verbal communication skills, and work well independently. Must have working knowledge of Google platform and applications; experience with confidential, financial and proprietary documents; should demonstrate the ability to independently research or collect information as requested; should have demonstrated success working independently or remotely. Must be able to lift up to 25lbs and have a valid driver’s license.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working with the arts, culture and/or education community; experience working with public school staff and administrators. Highly organized, detail oriented, and have strong scheduling and communication skills, along with a successful history providing project support in a collaborative, team driven environment. Strong research skills and knowledge of project management software.

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Arts Grow SC-Spark Grant Director, in the Office of Outreach, the Spark Program Assistant supports effective collaboration between the Foundation, SCGSAH, Arts Grow SC -Spark leadership, and a team of field-based Community Actor-Teachers statewide to implement multi-year, partnership based community grant. 

Responsibilities include:

 Collaborate with Arts Grow SC-Spark Team: 

Support the Spark team - reporting to the Grant Project Director and Office of Outreach. 

Assist in coordinating and tracking the activities and schedules of the Spark Community Actor-Teachers 

Collaborate with staff in the Office of Outreach and other units at SCGSAH for inventory, shipping, finance, marketing, digital content and human resources needs

Budget, Finance, Inventory, Vendors:

Accurately and confidentially track and file expenditures of all types 

Work effectively with SCGSAH Foundation to follow procedures for grant management

Manage purchasing, ordering, inventory, and distribution to Actor-Teachers in the field 

Coordinate with vendors as necessary for occasional events, both training and performances, including consultants, catering, etc. 

Follow up on outstanding balances, receipts and invoices

Communications and PR:

 

Manage digital folders of highlights, achievements, press releases, newsletters, local press, and publicity photos for use by Offices of Outreach and PR

Maintain program calendar with all grant and PR deadlines, Spark public or live events, research data deadlines

Maintain contact databases 

Submit regular highlights/updates to Office of Outreach for website - write or acquire brief descriptions and digital documents. 

Maintain up to date folders of procedures and digital records for program privacy, permissions, and legal requirements.

Grant Data Management:

Assist Grant Director to gather and organize weekly data from Actor-Teachers, to include numbers, details, and marketing “quotes or highlights” for grant reporting.

 

Assist in gathering monthly data and documentation for ongoing research, quality assurance, marketing and publicity

Maintain digital folders of data required for grant funders/reports and for research. 

Communicate reminders, deadlines, and follow-up as needed

Team Support: 

 

Complete general clerical and administrative tasks as assigned

Assist, as time allows, with on-campus or remote events for the Grant Director or the Director of the Office of Outreach, including scheduling observations for funding agencies, SCGSAH administration and the Foundation

Occasional scheduled travel to support a remote event or training. 

Maintain a professional and positive demeanor while coordinating between many remote and on-campus team members. 

Consistently and professionally represent SCGSAH in all communications in community and school settings

Other duties as assigned

 

Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application which can be found at www.scgsah.org/about/employment. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. Email completed applications to employment@scgsah.org.

 

CURRICULUM COORDINATOR - TEMP GRANT/FT

OPENING DATE: October 6, 2021                                                    CLOSING DATE: Continuous

STATE POSITION NUMBER: Temp Grant/Full Time – 3 Positions             BAND and LEVEL: CA10

SALARY RANGE: $42,000

WORK SCHEDULE: 12 Month, Temporary, Full-Time, Monday through Friday, some weekends and evenings may be required. Scheduled travel is expected.

LOCATION: This position is remote from campus and assigned to regional public elementary schools across South Carolina. The position reports to the Office of Outreach at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville, South Carolina. Regions of coverage will include some or all of the following: Florence/PeeDee, Georgetown/Williamsburg, Columbia/Midlands, Laurens/Saluda, Cherokee/Rock Hill, and Lowcountry. 

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree with experience providing theatre education services directly to groups of students at the elementary or middle school level, whether in classroom, theatre or after-school settings; experience designing and facilitating workshops or classes for groups regardless of age; solid background in theatre or performing arts; demonstrated ability to work within a team and also independently in the field. Must be able to lift up to 25lbs and have a valid driver’s license.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience teaching theatre in an early childhood or elementary school setting; Experience working with public school students, staff and administrators; Strong planning, scheduling, and written/verbal communication skills; Successful independent or remote work experience. Experience in applied theatre formats and experience building community relationships is excellent.

SUMMARY OF JOB DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Arts Grow SC Spark Grant Director, in the office of Outreach and Community Engagement, the Community Actor-Teacher implements meaningful in person and digital theatre and literacy experiences for K-5 students in assigned elementary schools. The Community Actor-Teacher will function as part of a larger team across the state, each assigned to a region, participating in curriculum development, providing professional development, making community arts connections and supporting student growth. Evening and weekend work as needed. Some travel is expected. Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs, have a valid driver’s license and submit to a SLED check. 

Responsibilities include:

1. Collaborate with Arts Grow SC Team
a. Participate in training intensives to learn the drama-based, literacy-oriented model and appropriate style and methods for this program. Work to develop and improve the model.

b. Train others in the model, or in specific skills as requested by schools, as needed.

2. Provide drama experiences in am elementary school setting (2 schools per year)
a. Communicate with relevant personnel and develop the relationship with identified school staff and 
students to determine the best methods and schedules for each school. 
b. Creatively adjust curriculum to the needs and interests of the school and community.
c. 
Provide school-based drama interventions - in class, pull out, afterschool, and in summer camp.
d. Assist teachers interested in learning theatre skills for their classrooms.

3. Connect the school to additional opportunities
a. Support school efforts to fund continuing drama opportunities.
b. 
Connect the school to organized theatre experiences, storyteller visits, field trip options and residencies for the life of the grant.

4. Participation as a team
a. 
Gather data and documentation for ongoing research, quality assurance, marketing and publicity.
b. 
Comply with all data collection, reporting and communication needs in a timely manner.
c. 
Consistently and professionally represent the SCGSAH in all communications and interventions in community and school settings.
d. Other duties as assigned

Interested persons must complete a State Employment Application which can be found at www.scgsah.org/about/employment. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. Faxed applications will not be accepted. Email completed applications to employment@scgsah.org.

 

PLEASE DIRECT INQUIRIES TO:
LaTomya Doctor
Director of Human Resources
SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities
15 University Street, Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Phone – (864) 282-3781 | Email employment@scgsah.org

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
The SC Governor's School for the Arts & Humanities is an equal employment opportunity agency. We provide affirmative action and equal opportunity employment for all qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex — including the basis of pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, national origin, age, religion, or disability.