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Employment Opportunities

The Arts Greenhouse at Carnegie Mellon University seeks a head instructor who will grow this long-standing community program in a humanities-centric direction. The Arts Greenhouse primarily functions as an at-school enrichment initiative with both in-school and out-of-school time programs. Our youth curriculum is focused on creative writing and music making and evolving to include visual arts and professional development. Successful applicants should have a Bachelor’s or equivalent experience and all clearances.

The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is hiring for several positions, including a part-time museum educator. All applicants will need to complete the clearances process upon acceptance.

City Theatre is seeking teaching artists for its upcoming season. Teaching artists will facilitate in-school playwriting workshops and arts access programs located in various school districts (grades 7–12) in Western PA. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 3 years’ teaching experience working with youth ages 12–18 and a solid foundation of knowledge in theatre arts and playwriting. Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume, and references via email to Katie Trupiano, Director of Education, at

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is seeking an experienced arts educator to work as manager of school and community programs. This person will engage with teachers, school districts, teaching artists, and partner organizations to implement and manage arts integration residencies and workshops led by teaching artists and serving local school districts (K -12) and community organizations. This individual will also oversee the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s summer arts enrichment programs in the community to provide access to the arts outside of the school environment.

Pittsburgh Youth Chorus is seeking music educators to teach Neighborhood Training Choirs at various locations. Neighborhood Training Choirs (NTCs) are the first stepping-stone to PYC’s choral education program Among other responsibilities, Neighborhood Training Choir Instructors will provide vocal music instruction to students grades 1–5, attend artistic team meetings as required by the Artistic Director, and plan and prepare for vocal music classes, being mindful of content standards and best practices established by the Artistic Director. Positions are open until filled with preference given to applications received by July 1. Qualified candidates should email a cover letter and resume to PYC Executive Director, Lee Saville-Iksic, at

Sweetwater Center for the Arts is seeking applicants for several positions, including teaching artists and a music instructor. Hours vary by position and clearances are required.