EEO Policy


Kimball Art Center (KAC) is an Equal Opportunity employer. As such, KAC will not discriminate in the hiring, compensation, promotion, discipline and termination of employees based on their race, religion, sex, gender identification (an individual's internal sense of one's own gender), sexual orientation, age, color, national origin, disability, veteran status, income, or any other category or classification protected by applicable federal and local laws.


FALL/WINTER 2015 EDUCATION INTERN


SEPT - DEC 2015

The 2015 fall/winter intern(s) will support the Education Director, Education Program Manager, and the ARTS Tour Coordinator. Tasks will include assisting with youth classes, leading or assisting with docent tours, organizing classroom art supplies, and helping the studio manager(s) when needed. In addition, the intern(s) will learn front-of-the-house procedures such as properly answering phones, greeting visitors, helping with mailings and distributions, and will be able to answer general questions about the center. Intern(s) will also support the education department with administrative tasks for the Kimball Art Center’s EVA (Elementary Visual Arts) program and ARTS (Academic Resources for Teachers and Students) program. The internship will require 20 hours per week, and we will work around scheduling conflicts. Shifts will be scheduled during the day, and on occasion, nights and/or weekends for special events.

SKILLS:

The intern(s) must be at least 18 years of age and desiring to better their knowledge of the visual arts and/or working towards an art related degree at a college level. Intern applicants must be proficient in Microsoft Office. This position requires great organizational, communication, and customer service skills. An interest in visual arts is a must. Intern(s) should be outgoing and willing to work with children and adults as well as with the staff at the Kimball Art Center. The Kimball Art Center seeks interns who are professional and can work both independently and collaboratively with staff, visitors and the community. The intern(s) apply their enthusiasm, creativity, and critical thinking skills to a wide range of projects under the supervision of the Education Department staff. Artistic abilities, CPR certification and fluency in another language are a plus.

The Kimball Art Center is accepting applications for fall/winter intern (s) until the position is filled. Fall/winter internships are unpaid and require a minimum of 20 hours per week, September – December.

TO APPLY, PLEASE FILL OUT APPLICATION:

Fall/Winter 2015 KAC Education Internship Application

If you have questions regarding the internship, you may contact

Jocelyn Scudder, Education Program Manager

at 435.649.8882 extension 105

or email her at



ART INSTRUCTORS


The Kimball Art Center is looking for qualified, talented, part time art instructors to teach visual art media workshops and extended classes to a variety of age groups (1.5 years of age - adults). Our art studios accommodate most media, however please be specific with space requirements and technical equipment requirements when submitting an application. Compensation: pending experience, hourly starting at $18.50. Must be 18 years of age or older to apply. Teaching experience only, please.

TO APPLY:

If you are interested in teaching at the Kimball Art Center, please submit a current resume, a cover letter describing what media you are interested in teaching, basic lesson plan, desirable age group, 3 professional references, and artist portfolio (at least 5 images of your work). Please submit these requirements in PDF format to:


Portfolio images may be attached in JPEG format.

You may also submit all requirements via mail:

Jocelyn Scudder
Education Program Manager
P.O. Box 1478
Park City, UT 84060.

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