Arts Program Coordinator half-time position
Symphony Space is seeking a dynamic, organized, and systems-oriented person to join our team in the newly created position of Arts Program Coordinator. The Coordinator will work directly with our Education Director to manage a new USDOE-funded, four-year program serving special needs students and their classroom teachers. The initiative is a partnership with the Center for Educational Innovation, the NYC DOE, and District 75.
The Program Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating with teaching artists, school sites, and all partners to ensure program delivery, including professional development services, scheduling residencies, and managing budgets, as well as ensuring high-quality, arts-based academic lesson plan development.
Individual must be self-motivated, have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, have experience managing programs, and have a background in the field of arts education. Experience working with District 75 schools a plus.
Minimum requirements include:
- BA or BS degree
- 2-3 years of relevant work experience
- Expertise with Microsoft Office programs
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to multitask and prioritize
Start Date: Immediate
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am-1:00pm
Symphony Space is a multi-disciplinary performing arts center where bold programming, presented in a uniquely warm and welcoming environment, forges indelible relationships between artists and audiences. Our fundamental mission is to connect art, ideas, and community through our programs and our commitment to literacy and education through the arts. On our New York City stages, through our national broadcasts, and in the classrooms and communities we serve throughout the country, we foster access to the arts through all the disciplines. Our embrace of the audience and the arts is wide, and the experience of our artists, audiences, students, and educators is deep and enriched.
Please send cover letter and resume to Madeline.Cohen@symphonyspace.org.