Duties and Responsibilities: Assists in the organization, implementation, and provides instruction and training, such as, but not limited to youth (infants to 18 years old) dance at Luke Air Force Base. Offers instruction at various levels of experience (beginner to advanced) depending on level of expertise. Programs must meet current Air Force you program requirements. Duties include, but are not limited to the following: coordinates the planning and scheduling of all classes, programs, and events with the coordinator. Maintains accurate attendance records of participants within the program. Acts as a liaison between the youth center and the participants and/or guardians to enforce and explain operating procedures, class policies, and payment policies of the program. Ensures all equipment is in good condition, reports safety hazards promptly to the Youth Director, and requests additional equipment as needed. Responsible for setting up and taking down all support equipment at least 15 minutes prior to and after scheduled class time. Opens classroom to parents on request. Develops specific curriculum guidelines for a particular program. Aides the coordinator of instructional classes in scheduling and event programming for youth related events, recitals, and/or tournaments. Performs all other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Applicants must have experience and practice of the discipline in which they instruct or a similar specialty of instruction. Certification through an associated professional organization is preferred. Affiliation with local/national or similar organizations for cross-cultural experience is preferred. Satisfactorily completion of installation, state and national criminal background checks
Performance Standards: Courteous to students, parents, and staff with no more than one customer complaint per session. Arrives for work in accordance with established procedures for time and attendance, appearances and scheduling. Follows established safety and fire regulations, and operating instructions to include notifying supervisor of any discrepancies or accidents. Conducts or has students participate in a minimum of one special youth related event, recital, or tournament per year.
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