Work at CAP

CAP is a nationally recognized nonprofit provider of quality, comprehensive and ongoing instruction in the visual and performing arts for school-aged children in Duval County.

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Voted one of the best places to work in Jacksonville, CAP offers a culture of creativity and collaboration in the heart of Downtown Jacksonville.

The arts have the power to inspire, unite and create change. We embrace collaboration and strive to grow and diversify our partnerships to provide equitable access to arts education that impacts children for the rest of their lives.

We respect and value all identities and differences.

We encourage authentic self-expression and are committed to fostering and maintaining an inclusive, supportive and safe environment for all. We proactively pursue, engage and seek to understand diverse perspectives, because when everyone is empowered, creativity and innovation thrive. We are stronger together.

CAP is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age or veteran status.

Full-Time Staff Openings 

No positions are currently open. Please submit a general application below to be considered for the next available position.

Teaching Artist Openings

Special Education Art Instructor

The Special Education Art Instructor will be responsible for leading sensory art activities in one Exceptional Student Education (ESE) center located in Duval County. When not leading group directives, the Special Education Art Instructor will be responsible for overseeing the successful management of their groups, including but not limited to supply purchases, tracking and reporting attendance, and compiling student data for monthly grant reports.

View details and application instructions here.

Visual Arts Teaching Artist

CAP seeks a visual arts teaching artist that is both centered in strong artistic practice and has the desire to share the skills and knowledge of their art form with students and community members. Teaching artists are responsible for standards-based instruction of a visual arts class. Candidates should have established classroom management and curriculum development skills specific to Title I schools and must be flexible, versatile and willing to pivot their teaching and plans as needed. 

The teaching artist contract will take place from January-July 2022. Classes will be held at the Beaches Boys & Girls Club located at 820 Seagate Ave, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5-6 p.m.

View details and application instructions here.

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