CAREERS

 

 




CUSTODIAN (PART-TIME)


We are looking for two responsible, reliable, and resourceful custodial staff members to maintain our performing arts/recreational spaces.

General Requirements:
  • Able to work independently under general direction
  • Attention to detail
  • Able to keep a large recreational facility sanitary and safe for all community members.
Cleaning Responsibilities:
  • Cleaning of all rooms according to schedule and special needs
  • Sorting of trash, compost and recycling
  • Stocking necessary supplies
  • Cleaning of walkways (may require use of leaf blower)
  • Watering of plants
  • Reporting of necessary repairs
Qualifications: 
  • Good physical condition and strength; ability to lift 50 pounds and walk up and down stairs.
  • Knowledge of occupational hazards and standard safety practices for use of cleaning materials, disinfectants, equipment and tools used in custodial work
  • Must be able to speak and read English well enough to take verbal and written direction.
  • Must be able to work nights from 10:00 pm - 2:00 am. 
$16.50/hr, 12 hours per week, non-traditional benefits available. Work schedule is 3 nights per week currently Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Schedule may change and/or increase based on necessities of the organization.



YOUTH AERIAL AND ACROBATICS INSTRUCTORS (PART-TIME)


If you are a versatile acrobatics and/or aerial instructor who enjoys working with young people, we want to hear from you!

Circus Center, the oldest and largest circus training and performing arts center on the West Coast, seeks Youth Aerial and Acrobatics Instructors for part-time employment.

The successful candidate must have:

  • A serious all-around background in acrobatics/gymnastics, and preferably professional experience as a circus performer.
  • A high technical level in their specialty(ies). Additional teaching skills are welcome.
  • An ability to teach children, and enthusiasm for doing so.
  • Comfort working as part of a team.
  • Current eligibility to work in the US (citizen, green card, work visa).

The ideal instructors are interested in regular teaching, but we may be able to accommodate candidates with performance demands.

Circus Center offers a competitive wage, benefits for employees working more than 20 hours/week, plus all the perks that come with working and training at a high-quality facility with other top-notch instructors in beautiful, dynamic San Francisco.

To apply, please e-mail a short note and resume to jobs [AT] circuscenter [DOT] org with “Youth Instructor - Your Name” in the subject line. Applications that include a performance or demonstration video will receive priority review. No phone calls, please.


FLYING TRAPEZE CATCHER-INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME)


If you are a flying trapeze catcher-instructor who wants to teach in a community of training artists, we want to hear from you!

Circus Center, the oldest and largest circus training and performing arts center on the West Coast, seeks a Flying Trapeze Catcher-Instructor for part-time employment.

The successful candidate must have:

  • Previous experience as a flying trapeze instructor or performer, particularly as a catcher.
  • An ability to teach children and adult recreational students, including aspiring professionals.
  • Comfort working as part of a team.
  • Current eligibility to work in the US (citizen, green card, work visa).

The ideal instructor is interested in regular teaching, and willing to commit to a minimum 9-month contract.

Circus Center offers a competitive wage, benefits for employees working more than 20 hours/week, plus all the perks that come with working and training at a high-quality facility with other top-notch instructors in beautiful, dynamic San Francisco.

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to jobs [AT] circuscenter [DOT] org with “Flying Trapeze Catcher-Instructor - Your Name” in the subject line. No phone calls, please.


SENIOR AERIAL INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME)


If you are a senior-level aerial instructor who wants to teach in a community of training artists, we want to hear from you!

Circus Center, the oldest and largest circus training and performing arts center on the West Coast, seeks a Senior Aerial Instructor for part-time employment.

The successful candidate must have:

  • A serious all-around background in acrobatics/gymnastics, and preferably professional experience as a circus performer.
  • A high technical level in their specialty(ies). Additional teaching skills are welcome.
  • An ability to teach children and adult recreational students, including aspiring professionals.
  • Comfort working as part of a team.
  • Current eligibility to work in the US (citizen, green card, work visa).

The ideal instructor is interested in regular teaching, and willing to commit to a minimum 9-month contract.

Circus Center offers a competitive wage, benefits for employees working more than 20 hours/week, plus all the perks that come with working and training at a high-quality facility with other top-notch instructors in beautiful, dynamic San Francisco.

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to jobs [AT] circuscenter [DOT] org with “Senior Aerial Instructor - Your Name” in the subject line. Applications that include a performance or demonstration video will receive priority review. No phone calls, please.


2018 SUMMER CAMP INSTRUCTORS &
COUNSELORS-IN-TRAINING (CITs)


If you are a circus instructor with a passion for youth development who wants to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of kids, we want to hear from you! Circus Center, the oldest and largest circus training and performing arts center on the West Coast, seeks Camp Instructors to teach in our 2018 Day Camp program. This is a long-running, popular, circus-based day camp in San Francisco. Reporting to the Camp Director, Camp Instructors will participate in all aspects of the camp experience, June 4 – August 24, 2018.

Duties Include:

  • Create a fun, safe, and supportive environment where children can explore the many skills that create circus arts.
  • Represent the school in appearance, attitude, and philosophy in dealing with students, parents and the general public.
  • Work with other instructors to create and teach a broad curriculum of circus arts and circus related activities
  • Alternate responsibility for end of camp curbside pick up with other instructors.
  • Ensure the proper equipment and appropriate staffing are available for scheduled activities.
  • Regularly inspect equipment to make sure it is safe and in good condition.
  • Help produce an end of week performance every week.
  • Attend scheduled camp teacher meetings to plan camp activities and upcoming performances.
  • Delegate responsibilities to assistants and interns
  • Ensure the safety of each child while addressing their physical and emotional needs

Qualifications:

  • Experience working with K-8th grade children;
  • Demonstrated leadership experience;
  • Skill instructing one or more gymnastic/circus arts; and
  • A flexible, trustworthy, creative, and positive leader.

To Apply: Review of applications will begin immediately. Wage is commensurate with experience. To apply, please fill out this form. No phone calls, please.

Want to be a Counselor-in-Training (CIT)? Please fill out this form.



Teacher guides students through warm up before a handstand class | Circus Center | San Francisco

Teacher helps young student through jumping exercise | Circus Center | San Francisco


Teacher adjusts head position of student during Physical Limitation Elimination class | Circus Center | San Francisco


Teacher guides student as to how to properly execute a static trapeze exercise | Circus Center | San Francisco


Contortion teacher helps student with a stretch | Circus Center | San Francisco


Master teacher Lu Yi corrects a student's position during a handstand | Circus Center | San Francisco


Tacher observes as young students jumps on the trampoline | Circus Center | San Francisco


Teacher Elena Panova guides student through a single point trapeze exercise | Circus Center | San Francisco


Teachers looks as young circus student performs tissu routine | Circus Center | San Francisco


Students joyfully struggles to climb on to the rolla bolla with the teachers' assistance | Circus Center | San Francisco


Contortion instructor helps student during a stretch a the barr | Circus Center | San Francisco


Youth Circus instructor shows students how to juggle | Circus Center | San Francisco


Teacher Elena Panova demonstrates how to perform an exercise on the static trapeze | Cirucs Center | San Francisco


Youth Circus teacher observes as young circus student performs on the tissu | Circus Center | San Francisco


Handstand instructor checks student is in the proper position | Circus Center | San Francisco


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