Studio Institute seeks a dedicated, organized, and innovative arts professional to join a talented team working in a fast-paced start-up, implementing a diverse portfolio of summer and ongoing programs. The Projects Manager will play a significant role in the expansion of the Studio Institute programs.
In July of 2016 the Studio in a School Association, Inc. launched the Studio Institute, LLC. Informed by forty years of experience in the NYC Schools, the Studio Institute shares program designs, develops curriculum resources, implements system-wide professional development initiatives, implements teen and college student programs, conducts arts education research, and disseminates Studio’s programs nationally.
Primary responsibilities include:
• Manage a portfolio of teen and college student programs that include career-related internships as well as skill-development workshops and classes
• Work directly with students in visual art career-development classes and workshops
• Hire and supervise project staff: assistants, consultants, hourly employees, artist-instructors
• Manage registration and outreach for classes, workshops, and internship programs
• Manage schedules, contracts, budgets, documentation
• Oversee fall/winter Saturday art workshops and college prep classes
• Track program measures and student statistics
• Ensure program quality and fidelity of implementation
• Coordinate independent evaluation of projects
• Liaise with partners and program sites
• Write and edit flyers, brochures, blogs
• Collaborate with senior leadership to develop new initiatives
• Other projects and tasks as assigned by senior management
• B.A. degree in a relevant field; Master’s degree preferred
• Five years’ paid experience in arts administration, art education, community-based education, or museum education
• Must be available to work the entire summer program season (June 20 – August 20)
• Must be able to work Saturdays supervising eight-session Fall Season programs
• Detail orientation with strong administrative and writing skills
• Proficient or advanced MS Office Suite skills
• Passion for visual arts education and NYC Arts Institutions
• Excellent interpersonal, communication, and supervisory skills.
• Experience managing multiple projects and deadlines.
Competitive employee benefits package includes medical, dental, 403b
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED
HOW TO APPLY
Please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “SI Project Manager” in the subject line. No telephone inquiries or recruiters, please.
The Studio Institute/Studio in a School Association is an equal opportunity employer.