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Education Manager
Bloomingdale School of Music



The Education Manager is part of the program team at Bloomingdale, working to develop teaching and learning at the school as well as contributing to day to day operations. This position oversees partnerships within the community, summer and vacation programming, Adult and Creative Aging programming, and program evaluation.
School Partnerships
Oversee and manage school partnership programs – currently PS75, The School at Columbia; stay in communication, send invoices, process requests, work with school administrators to advertise Bloomingdale’s in-house programming and discounts
Work closely with off-site faculty
Complete Bloomingdale’s Vendor Contract Application with the Department of Education; update as needed
Recruit new partner schools in the geographical area
Plan, execute and host school partner events as necessary
Attend off-site partner concerts Evaluate success of programs through school and student surveys and observation
Assess faculty needs in partner schools
Develop relationships with teachers at all local schools and serve as primary liaison to promote Bloomingdale’s in house programming
Summer and Vacation Programming
Develop and create new programming for school vacations (mid-winter, spring and summer breaks) or one-day workshop opportunities (federal holidays)
Oversee all programming for Summer and Vacation Programming
Working with Student Services and External Relations Associate to recruit students Working with workshop leaders to set schedules, communicate with student participants and order materials
Overseeing workshop leaders and assistant Hire and manage assistant (if necessary)
Assist in coordination of and attend Community Sharing Hours and BBQs
Oversee budget of programs
Work with Student Services
Work closely with the Director of Student Services, develop summer and vacation schedules
Problem solve collectively around faculty-student-parent issues that arise.
Survey families of their experiences, analyze data and make adjustments to future programs as needed
Adult and Creative Aging
Oversee and manage Adult and Creative Aging programs for adults over 55
Develop relationships with potential partners and recruit new partnerships
Oversee faculty leading Creating Aging work
Stay current with trends and needs in the field Build community on-site with current adult participants
Schedule and host Adult Sharing Hours (informal recitals), receptions and special events for adults on site
Programming Team
Attend regular meetings
Work closely with the Director of Education

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

Candidates interested in this position should send a cover letter and resume to Put “Education Manager” in the subject line. This is a non-exempt position starting with a flexible 20-hour per week schedule. It includes some weekend and evening attendance. Growth to full time position may be possible. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Date posted:

August 14, 2019

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Contact email:
NYC AiE Roundtable