Arts in Education Coordinator
Reports to: Arts in Education Director
Classification: Non-exempt, Full Time, Temp to Perm
Salary: $40,000 with benefits, position is through June 2021 with possibility to be hired permanently, dependent on funding
Location: Remote Work that may require some in-office duties, all performed under safe, socially distanced protocols.
The Arts in Education Coordinator is a self-motivated, dynamic team player, focused on enriching lifelong learning for seniors and students through arts experiences in school and community settings as part of Arts in Education (AIE) team.
The Arts in Education Coordinator must be a creative individual with strong attention to detail, and superior writing and communications skills. This position includes, but is not limited to, outreach via phone and email, coordinating procedures and record-keeping to ensure smooth program execution and reporting, and assisting with preparations for grant applications and reports.
The Arts in Education Coordinator will work closely with and report to the Director of Arts in Education, collaborate with fellow staff, Teaching Artists, and Partner Teachers.
Desired Skills & Expertise