92nd Street Y

  • Program Coordinator, Center for Arts Learning and Leadership

    Posted Date 2 months ago(5/6/2019 7:38 PM)
    ID
    2019-1627
    Department
    Center for Arts Learning and Leadership [22]
  • Position Summary

    92Y is looking for a Program Coordinator to join its Center for Arts Learning and Leadership, a team dedicated to delivering arts education to public school students across New York City. Through robust curriculum and in person performances, students get to experience arts education like never before – experiencing in person what they learn in the classroom. CALL is also developing the next generation of arts leaders, and participants in our Teen Producers just curated Teen Arts Week, NYC’s first ever citywide celebration of the arts for teens.  

     

    We’re seeking candidates who are passionate about arts education and want to help foster the next generation of leaders in the cultural space and beyond. If this sounds like you, apply below to take the first step in joining 92Y’s incredible CALL team!

     

    The Program Coordinator supports the Director and Associate Director in all programming aspects of the 92Y’s Center for Arts Learning and Leadership (CALL), which creates dynamic arts education programs for K-12 students and teachers in a range of arts disciplines, including music, dance, literature and visual art and design. The Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting CALL’s cohort of 35+ Teaching Artists in residence at 50+ schools across New York City; liaising with personnel at collaborating schools; facilitating school-based and on-site workshops and performances; and assisting in new school recruitment.

    Essential Functions

    • Supports the Director and Associate Director in the planning and implementation of all aspects of department programs;
    • Supports cohort of 35+ Teaching Artists and coordinates their teaching schedules for school-based programs;
    • Communicates regularly with teachers and school personnel in CALL programs across 50+ schools;
    • Assists with evaluation of CALL programs by conducting school-based observations of Teaching Artists, developing and disseminating post-event surveys to school personnel, organizing focus groups, and conducting regular check-ins with school personnel;
    • Supports Teaching Artists in their completion of curriculum plans for school residencies;
    • Assists with logistical and production arrangements for workshops and performances;
    • Assists with new-school recruitment, including managing communications with new school prospects, responding to enquiries and onboarding new schools;
    • Additional related duties may be assigned as required.

    Education, Skills and Experience

    • B.A. in the Arts, Education, or a related field
    • 2 years’ experience working in an arts administration setting;
    • Familiarity with a range of art forms including music, dance and visual arts;
    • Understanding of and familiarity with NYC Department of Education internal systems;
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to communicate with diplomacy and clarity;
    • Strong interpersonal skills, with a demonstrated ability to build and manage relationships with program stakeholders;
    • Possess strong time management and prioritization skills;
    • Possess problem-solving and decision-making skills;
    • Highly organized with attention to detail and strong record-keeping ability
    • Skill in using personal computers and a variety of software applications
    • Written and verbal proficiency in Spanish desirable.

    Hours:

    Monday - Friday; 9am - 6pm

     

    Please submit your resume and cover letter with your application. 

     

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