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Join Our Team: Hiring Teaching Assistants!


Are you an energetic individual looking to join an inspiring in-school team? North Carolina Arts in Action is currently seeking Teaching Assistants to collaborate with our Musician, Lead Teacher, and Assistant Teacher.


We offer 16-week residencies in Wake, Orange, Durham, and Chatham Counties during school hours, with part-time positions and flexible scheduling available.


Responsibilities include:·

  • Assisting the Lead Teacher by demonstrating movement

  • Leading simple warm-ups

  • Providing additional support to individual dancers in learning choreography

  • Maintaining a positive, energetic classroom atmosphere

  • Sharing enthusiasm for movement and the arts


We invite you to visit one of our residencies to check out our amazing dancers and teachers in action! We look forward to hearing from you!


Contact Suzi Landis our Artistic Director!   

Phone: 919.696.1765     Email:


About NC Arts in Action: North Carolina Arts in Action utilizes unique teaching techniques developed over 30 years by renowned arts educator Jacques d’Amboise and the National Dance Institute. Our teaching artists are thoroughly trained in these techniques, instilling discipline, focus, tenacity, and a high standard of excellence in elementary school children.

Join Our Team: Hiring Musician/Accompanist

Title: Musician/Accompanist

Reports to: Music Director

Organization Mission: To provide curriculum-integrated dance residencies to

children in elementary schools using live music and a proven teaching methodology

to develop self-esteem, resilience, critical thinking and collaboration.


North Carolina Arts in Action is founded with the knowledge that the arts have a

unique power to engage and motivate children to excellence. Our programs help

children discover their potential by motivating them to believe in themselves, value

artistic expression, and develop a personal standard of excellence.


The Musician/Accompanist is responsible for supporting the successful artistic

outcomes of in school programs at assigned partner schools, using the NDI

teaching techniques and pedagogy. The Musician is part of NC AIA’s teaching

team and is one of the "faces" representing the organization in the community

and beyond.

Primary Responsibilities

• Understand and can communicate the organization's vision, mission, strategy and objectives

• Participate in the planning of the teaching curriculum and communicate regularly with all staff and necessary school personnel at their assigned in-school programs

• Work in collaboration with Music, Artistic and Associate Artistic Directors to produce documents and teach themes and curricula using live music

• Provide musical accompaniment at assigned in-school residencies

• Assist in guiding and implementing on-line delivery of NC AIA programs as necessary using online school platforms

• Provide schedule updates or changes to supervisor and assist in the distribution of written materials for the in-school program and collect materials from teachers. 

• Participate in kick-off and year-end meetings with partner schools.

• Play in a high-energy musical style complimentary to the specific NDI teaching pedagogy, strategies and methodologies throughout the program

• Other duties as required


Working Conditions, Environment and Physical Requirements:

• Perform his or her functions in a variety of environments including schools, office, residency sites, and other locations

• Requires accompanying and performing during the school day, after school and on weekends


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:

• Believes in the mission of the organization and is passionate about working with children

• Strives for excellence with a "Can Do" attitude

• Applies extensive experience

• Applies professional performance experience

• Participates in nurturing a team atmosphere

• Interacts well with people of diverse ages and backgrounds

• Works collaboratively with poise, grace, and humor in a high energy environment

• Demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Is proficient in computer skills

• Presents a professional appearance and phone manner, always wears appropriate attire (NC AIA tee shirt during teaching and appropriate events)



• Beginning school year/ Fall

• Average 15 hours per week at $35/hour.

• Summer and limited weekend hours accompanying NC AIA out-of-school programs.

• Pay rate commensurate with experience.


If you are interested in this position, please send an email with your resume to

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