Working at Artios

“Children are not a distraction from more important work. They are the most important work.” – C.S. Lewis

Creative and Integrative Learning

We have a saying at Artios. “Who we learn from and with is just as important as what we learn”. When you work at Artios, it’s not just a job. It’s a calling.

At Artios, our staff is expected to go above and beyond to create experiences, develop relationships, and reach the hearts of our students while challenging and growing our students’ academic and artistic abilities. We are not just a school, we are a family, and every member of our family is vital to the success of our students, parents, and mission.

When you work at Artios, you have the opportunity not only to be a teacher. You have the opportunity to be a part of a special family. A family with a heart for discipling, mentoring, encouraging, challenging, and edifying students and parents.

What you may not expect about Artios is how much our students and parents will pour themselves into you. Working at Artios is not a job. It’s a passion. It’s ministry. With most passions and ministries, there come times of discouragement and hardships. What makes Artios unique is how quickly the community gathers around you. We bear each other’s burdens. We share each other’s responsibilities. We love one another, we sin against one another, we show Christ to one another, and hopefully, we walk in truth with one another. 

This truly is a special place, and we would love for you to consider being a part of it. We want you to bring your gifts and abilities to bear here. We want this community to be blessed by you, and we want this community to bless you. 


The purpose of the technical director and facility manager is to ensure that the facility is up to code, theater sets are designed and built on time, are safe for the ages, and all technical elements of a show are completed and produced with excellence. 

The technical director must have the ability to get things done quickly while also teaching others the necessary skills to complete various technical jobs. A heart for teaching, discipleship, and service is a requirement for this position. The ability to see how the arts can be used as a tool to reach the hearts of production team members, students, audiences and their ability to create and foster community is essential. This position may also require teaching various technical theater classes from year to year. 


  • A strong commitment to Christ 
  • A tremendous amount of patience and flexibility.
  • A strong desire to take initiative in areas that need improvement.           
  • A willingness to learn new skills and expand one’s knowledge.
  • A high strength in interpersonal and leadership skills.
  • A love for coaching others while getting things done.
  • A heart to be inclusive of a wide variety of gifts and talents.
  • An eye for detail, order, beauty and an appreciation in how they impact the morale and spirit of a community.


To Apply, please email resume and cover letter to John Lane at [email protected] or contact for an application.