Conservatory Resident Artists report directly to the Conservatory Director and are responsible for educating PMT Conservatory students in the musical theater discipline for which they are qualified and hired to teach. Resident Artists may have the opportunity to participate in curriculum development with the Conservatory Director based on their personal skill set and interests.
Qualified candidates will be passionate artists who are skilled in their craft and thrive on the ability to provide excellent arts education experiences for students from all backgrounds and a variety of skill levels. PMT recognizes the great value in arts education for all students, and aims to equip students with transferable life skills, especially: empathy, generosity, collaboration, determination, and confidence. PMT strives to create a culture of mentorship and synergistic learning within PMT Conservatory through integrated opportunities for students and artists. Successful resident artists will seek out and enjoy mentor/mentee relationships with students and value the shared learning that occurs within these relationships.
All employees of PMT and especially those within PMT Conservatory are expected to be passionate and committed to advancing PMT’s mission through a professional, holistic approach to arts education that makes a positive impact on our students by facilitating their personal growth, on and off the stage.
Founded in 1990 and located in the West End since 2000, Pittsburgh Musical Theater’s student body is made up of approximately 300 students from 7+ regional counties and 25+ neighborhoods within the City of Pittsburgh. We are seeking Resident Artists who are representative of our student body and committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. Pittsburgh Musical Theater is an equal opportunity employer and candidates from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and skill-sets are encouraged to apply. See additional details about our EOE policy below.
Resident Artists compensation is $30/hour.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages all applicants to apply without regard to Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity or Expression, Genetics, Pregnancy, Age, National Origin, Disability Status, Military or Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected under Federal, State, or Local Laws.
Please submit a resume and cover letter that describes your artistic expertise to:
No phone calls please.