Employment

The Baum School of Art is always searching for talented artists to join the team, to bring their love for art and share it with others.


If interested please send your resume and cover letter to:

Shannon Fugate at shannon@baumschool.org


The following positions are currently open:

+ Summer 2018 Assistants

Job Summary

The Baum School of Art seeks several part-time summer assistants for children’s art camps during the 2018 summer session. Duties will include teaching assistance, supervision of children in our busy camp program, and various administrative duties and other duties as assigned. The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in art, art education, and love working with kids of all ages and abilities. Additionally, assistants will be punctual, organized, personable, and have excellent customer service and communication skills.

Hours will be scheduled during camp hours between 8:30 am – 5:30 pm, Monday – Friday and runs from late May/June to mid-August. Approximately 40 hours per week.

Responsibilities and Duties

Summer teaching assistants will be responsible for assisting the program coordinator and faculty members to ensure a smoothly running, fun, and memorable summer camp for students ages 5-17. Duties will include monitoring attendance, assisting with camp activities, ensuring the safety of all students, supervising lunch ,after-care, and bus transportation, interacting with parents, helping students, classroom and supply organization, and assisting the staff with various duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Skills

The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in the arts, art education, and working with kids. Some experience in art, childcare, and administrative or customer service experience is preferred. Must be 18 years of age or older and complete federal and state criminal and child abuse clearances.

Job Summary

The Baum School of Art, a non-profit community visual arts school in Allentown, PA, seeks part-time instructors for children’s classes. The ideal candidate is a talented artist and educator, passionate about teaching and encouraging young people to develop their creativity and skills in visual art and design through exciting and innovative lessons that build confidence in artists of all abilities. In addition to having excellent technical skill as artists, Baum School instructors must be personable, punctual, organized, have a positive classroom management strategy, and love working with kids.

Responsibilities and Duties

Summer camp art instructors will plan and lead lessons to summer campers ages 5-17. Planning includes developing lessons and demonstrations and working with the program coordinator to ensure appropriate supplies are ordered. Leading camps will include taking and monitoring attendance and student safety at all times, interacting with parents, and creating fun, memorable, and educational camp experiences for all children.

Qualifications and Skills

Bachelor’s Degree required. Certification in Art Education is preferred.
Summer Camps are held Monday-Friday between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm.

Dana Van Horn
Rosemary Geseck
Tom Unger
Renzo Faggioli
The Baum School of Art is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer dedicated to diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace - M/F/D/V.

MAKE A MARK

Maybe you have never picked up a brush, a pastel, a stick of charcoal, or a slab of clay – or maybe you have been creating art for years. Either way, everyone can make a mark at The Baum School of Art. How will you make yours?

— Artwork by Doe Levan, Student