...for the 2021-2022 school year

Circadium is a college-level program, and teachers must be invested in the creative process with students, and in the collaborative work of the faculty.  Preparatory work, grading, and faculty meetings are a significant part of instructors’ jobs here.  Successful candidates will be excited about the school’s vision, and ready to roll up their sleeves to make an impact in the field of contemporary circus.
For all faculty positions, the class dates, times, and salary are TBD. 

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Acrobatics Instructor

This is a part-time position, between 19-22 hours per week, teaching Dance Acrobatics, Group / Partner Acrobatics, and offering artistic feedback for Friday Presentations.  A mix of group classes and in private lessons. All teaching hours take place weekdays between 8:30am-4:00pm. 

If the Acrobatics Instructor is interested in teaching recreational youth and adult classes for our sister school, the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts, the position could become full-time.


Online teaching is not an option for this position; the Acrobatics Instructor must teach in person, in Philadelphia, throughout the academic year.  


Ideal candidate will have:

       3+ years of teaching acrobatics skills to aspiring professionals

       experience working in higher education

       extensive professional performing experience

       ability to teach advanced technique in Dance Acrobatics, Group Acrobatics and/or Partner Acrobatics

–    international candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, in a related field


Our organization is committed to a diverse and multi-cultural faculty that represents the community

where we live, and we seek BIPOC and other culturally diverse candidates to apply for this position.