Enso Theatre Ensemble is looking to hire an assistant to help grow our Education classes!
We currently offer two classes for young children:
Building Stories With Word Elf (ages 4-6) Building Imagination With Word Elf (ages 2-3)
The Education Assistant would work with Artistic Director and Instructor Caitlin Lushington to promote the classes, assist with administrative duties and occasionally serve as a Teacher's Aide in the classroom. We will train you to eventually take over teaching one of the Word Elf classes, which pays $20/hr.
You will work approximately 2-3 hours/week from now until May 2017. Potential Summer Teaching position available at the end of your assistantship.
EDUCATION ASSISTANT ~Meet with Caitlin on an as-needed basis (we will happily work around your schedule) ~Be present for first class, last class, and at least 5 additional ~Compile Registration forms and create class roster BEFORE first day ~Post flyers/postcards around SE Portland ~Contact local elementary schools to schedule in-class workshops for Caitlin ~Take photos in class/Write social media post every Wednesday ~Assist with additional administrative tasks
PAY: $200 Stipend
Qualified Candidates are: ~At least 16 years of age ~Access to transportation that will allow them to post flyers in SE ~Portland and get to/from class ~Google Doc/Sheet proficiency ~Proficient with Social Media (FB, Instagram, Twitter) ~Basic skills in Adobe Photoshop a +
"...it’s a truth that ought to be universally acknowledged, that the Enso Theatre’s production of Pride & Prejudice is a must-see show, and that Caitlin Lushington as adaptor of classic stories is going to be a force to be reckoned with..."
~Jane Austen Society of North America
"Her energy, open-heart and boundless creativity makes Caitlin Lushington pure magic...I am so thankful she has created a place [Word Elf Theater Classes] where my son can let his imagination run free..."
"I can confidently say [The R&J Project] was the best audition I have ever been to. I am incredibly inspired by your ability to seemingly get the best possible work from all the actors you work with..."