Employment Opportunities

2121 Broadway New York

As the true epicenter of New York’s professional dance community, Steps is always interested in hearing from dedicated and talented individuals that are interested in joining our internationally recognized faculty and administrative staff. Please select the department below that best fits your qualifications and submit an Introductory Letter and Resume via the appropriate email address.

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Steps on Broadway is interviewing immediately for Full-Time Administrative and Operational positions.

Due to the demands of the business, candidates must have a “whatever it takes” approach to accomplishing daily and long term company goals.

Ideal candidates will have experience in dance and be familiar with Steps.

Candidates must also possess strong supervisory and customer service skills; demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with all members of the administrative staff and able to resolve a multitude of issues in a very challenging, spirited and perpetually changing atmosphere.

Strong general computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office are required along with the aptitude to quickly acquire skills necessary to utilize company specific software. Experience using MindBody is a plus.

A competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package is offered.

If you are interested in joining our talented team and working in a friendly and dynamic environment, please submit the following:

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Salary Expectations
  • Contact information for two professional references

To: bobf@webwps.com
Please Enter “Steps Opportunities” in the Subject Line

Steps on Broadway is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Teachers of Professional & Adult Daily Classes,
Master Classes & Workshops


Bob Felitte

Teachers for Ages 2 – 18

Bob Felitte



Creative Movement Teachers for ages 3 -5


Photo: Courtesy of Hudson Guild

The Steps Beyond Foundation’s Community Engagement Program is seeking creative movement teachers for 3-5 year-old children from low-income neighborhoods. A once-a-week commitment for six months is required. 30-minute creative movement classes are held from 10am-11am at The Hudson Guild Children’s Centers in Chelsea and Clinton neighborhoods. Teachers must be prompt, thoughtful and have experience teaching creative movement. Payment is a class exchange at Steps on Broadway. Substitute coverage for actively auditioning dancers is available. Classes begin September 14.

If interested, please email headshot and resume to Sara Hoenes, Community Engagement Coordinator at sarazzal@yahoo.com.

For more information on Hudson Guild click here