The Global K-12 Summer Programs Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the Director of Global K-12 Summer and Visiting Artist Programs in the execution of the three Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard programs in 2018. The Global K-12 Programs team is developing and coordinating a comprehensive K-12 performing arts program along with associated teacher Professional Development; after-school lessons programs; and extra-curricular summer intensive programs.
This is a part-time position (20 hours per week) with schedule flexibility.
- Provide overall administrative support to the Director of Global K-12 Summer and Visiting Artist Programs.
- Act as on-site administrator representing The Juilliard School during one of three summer programs (U.S. or International) for up to 3.5 weeks.
- Build, update, and manage student applicant database for summer programs.
- Schedule and participate in meetings with lead faculty for all summer programs.
- Support the Director of Global K-12 Summer and Visiting Artist Programs in proof reading and editing marketing materials as developed.
- Assist in the development and editing of summer program documents including but not limited to schedules, repertoire lists, rosters, etc.
- Review auditions and applications of summer program applicants.
- Organize and maintain online files – faculty headshots/bios, schedules, etc.
- Assist in communicating with Nord Anglia staff and summer program faculty/staff in lead up to and follow up after the summer programs.
- Perform other administrative duties as needed.
- Minimum of three (3) years of professional, administrative experience in an arts and/or educational organization
- Background in the performing arts
- Excellent project management and organizational skills and comprehensive follow-through
- Flexible and solution oriented; innate understanding of effective prioritization
- Strong writing and communication skills
- Demonstrated interpersonal and collaborative skills, with sensitivity to a fast-paced work environment
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks and personnel
- Must be detailed-oriented and enjoy solving puzzles and finding creative solutions to complex scheduling issues
- A positive, “can-do” attitude and the ability to take initiative and perform multiple tasks under pressure while maintaining flexibility, a sense of humor and patience
- Availability to travel internationally and to participate in after-hours phone calls and meetings
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
- Degree in arts or education field preferred
- Proficiency in a foreign language such as French, Chinese helpful
Application Instructions / Public Contact Information
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