Bhutanese Community in Utah (BCU) is currently accepting an application from the interested, enthusiastic, dynamic and committed Bhutanese applicant for the position of Choreographer with BCU to instruct 6 - 17 aged children. This is a contract base employment which will automatically be terminated once the grants for Arts Class from Utah Arts and Museums come to end. The applications are available with BCU Secretary and submit in person. The first batch completes on May 14th 2016 with certification.
: Bhutanese Arts Class (Dance) funded by Utah Arts & Museums
: $12.50 hourly (Nonexempt)
: Every Saturday, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
: March 4, 2016
: March 8, 2016
: The candidate plans, develops activities, organizes dance classes, and prepare students for the cultural events/programs, attend staff meetings, selects appropriate songs focusing on cultural songs, motivates youth participants, and resolves problems.
: The candidate has an opportunity to further develop professional artistic skills; community recognizes for services rendered for uplifting youngsters and contribution in the preservation and promotion of the community cultural identity. The successful applicant will get community supports as recommendation letter required to pursue for further studies. BCU will provide certificate for Volunteer Services upon the completion of terms.
: Proficiency in dance performances already performed in the public stage, interest in the related field and commitment to complete the project.
: The applicant has to be BCU member or taken membership within a month of employment (refer membership policy), has to submit an original copy of fresh background check, sign on Code of Conduct, Non-Disclosure form and documents as requested on the application form.