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Palo Alto Teacher

The Palo Alto Children’s Theater is seeking a dance teacher/artist to teach children’s dance classes during the school day in elementary schools in the Palo Alto School District. Pay is $32/per class. Up to 9 classes in a day. Teacher do their own scheduling with the school.

Must be responsible, timely, creative. Should be able to demonstrate past experience as a dance teacher/resident artist. Must be willing to be fingerprinted/cleared to work with children.

Kim Kohli

Faculty Administrative Assistant / Professional Academic Staff

Review of applicants will begin immediately; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Under the direction of the Dance Department Head, the Faculty Administrative Assistant is responsible for performing a broad and extensive range of administrative and clerical services in support of the department’s present and future curricular activity and pursuant to Mills College goals and mission.

Located in Oakland, California, in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College is a liberal arts college for women and gender non-binary students, with graduate programs for all genders. The Mills experience is distinguished by small, interactive classes, one-on-one attention from exceptional faculty, a culture of creative experimentation, and cutting-edge interdisciplinary learning opportunities which empower students to make a statement in their careers and communities.


Seeking Acro & Gymnastics Instructors


Tumble Spot, an acro and gymnastics center in Mill Valley, is hiring coaches who are energetic, fun, reliable, and who like to work with children pre-school age through teens. Seeking experienced teachers for Gymnastics and/or Acro instruction. Dance and performance background is a plus, but not required. This is a part time position that could lead to more classes and opportunities. If you have experience teaching dance or gymnastics please apply for this amazing opportunity!

Please send your resume to with a cover letter telling us a little about yourself and why you would be a good fit for TumbleSpot.

Compensation: Hourly, depending on experience
Employment type: Part-time, weekday mornings and/or afternoons, possible Saturdays mornings

Tumble Spot opened in October of 2017, in partnership with Performing Arts Academy of Marin. We teach tumbling and acro skills to ages 3 through teens, and offer parent-child classes to 18 months to 2 years old.

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Berkeley Ballet Theater’s Work Exchange Program

Berkeley Ballet Theater is looking for part-time work exchange receptionists to facilitate classes and studio rentals in exchange for free classes in the Adult Open Division.

The Position:
Work Exchange volunteers will be present 8:30am – 1pm and 3:30 – 7:30pm M-F, and 8am – 12pm and 12pm – 4pm on the weekends. For each hour worked, Work Exchange volunteers will receive one free class (regardless of class length) in the Adult Open Division.

Qualified candidates will be able to:
-Provide great customer service while greeting students as they enter the studios
-Exhibit professionalism with a pleasant demeanor
-Assist students as they sign into class using MindBody software
-Perform basic janitorial and maintenance tasks, including sweeping floors, turning off and on heat, cleaning studios, etc.
-*no prior dance experience is necessary!

To Apply:
Provide a resume, cover letter, and your two preferred shifts to Alix Hashagen at

Information about BBT and the Work Exchange Program is available at

ODC Wardrobe Coordinator


The Wardrobe Coordinator reports to the Production Manager and plays the lead role in acquiring, building, maintaining, storing and archiving all ODC Dance costumes. The Wardrobe Coordinator assists and coordinates key duties with contracted designers and fellow production staff, and is responsible for running and maintaining ODC Dance costumes on tour and during resident seasons and special events in San Francisco. The Wardrobe Coordinator is a part-time, non-exempt, hourly position, reporting directly to ODC’s Production Manager.


Facilities Associate


The Facilities Associate reports to the Facilities Administrator and plays a key and hands-on role in ensuring the smooth and efficient operation and maintenance of all building systems, building infrastructure, grounds and building exterior and architectural elements. The position regularly works alongside ODC staff and outside contractors, and assists the Facilities Administrator with fielding, responding to and resolving staff and outside user requests for repairs and other maintenance issues. The Facilities Associate is a part-time (20-25hr/wk) non-exempt hourly position, reporting directly to ODC’s Facilities Administrator.


Technical Director


Working closely with the Production Manager, ODC’s Technical Director plays a lead role in arranging for and meeting the specific production and on-going technical needs for the ODC Theater, School and select special events assisted by the Associate Technical Director and fellow production staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, maintaining theatrical equipment, studio audio equipment, interfacing with artists and organizations presenting, co-presenting or being presented by ODC in its facilities, supporting all aspects of live performance production in ODC’s facilities and/or other Bay Area touring and event venues. The Technical Director is a full-time, exempt position. Reports to ODC’s Production Manager. Salary DOE.


Theater Operations Manager

ODC Theater, SF

The ODC Theater Operations Manager is the primary administrative and operations staff for the ODC Theater team, working closely in a supportive role to the Theater Director to ensure smooth and efficient day-to-day operations of the theater and effective, coordinated interface with the Finance team, Marketing and Communications, ODC’s Rental Manager, Production and Facilities teams, front of house staff, and with contractors and select long-term tenants in ODC’s Creative Campus.

The ODC Theater Operations Manager assists with staffing Theater Presents performances and serves as
a primary point of contact and coordinator of administrative resources and hospitality for ODC Theater Presents, Resident Artist Program and public engagement activities. The ODC Theater Operations Manager is a full-time, non-exempt, hourly position, working an average of 30 hours per week and reports to ODC’s Theater Director.


Teaching Artist Position

Fall 2018- Afterschool, weekends
Mid-Peninsula, San Carlos

San Carlos Children’s Theater, based in San Carlos and serving youth of the mid-peninsula, is seeking a choreographer for children’s shows. Choreographer responsibilities include, but are not limited to, auditions, read through, rehearsals, tech rehearsals, and performances. Choreographer is responsible for the preparation and development of choreographed dance routines. Choreographer will introduce, demonstrate, and supervise rehearsal of cast members dance routines and coordinate performance of dance routines with the designated Director and Vocal Director.
– teaching and rehearsing dance to performance standards
– together with the Director Vocal Director, supervising and directing performances
Artistic Results: Instructor will teach movement skills necessary to create an enjoyable performance for audience and performer.  Skills necessary: Choreographer will be trained in dance and have experience working with youth. Expectations: Applicant to be team orientated. Collaborate with Director and Vocal Director regarding overall look of the show. This is a paid position.

Please submit resume and letter of interest and 3 references to Donna Avanzino, Executive Director:

44 Gough St, Suite 201
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 920-9181 phone
(415) 920-9173 fax