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Summer Intensive Coordinator with The Residency

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Arts Corps | Seattle, WA
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February 28, 2020
Part Time hourly at 20 hours a week, April-June, 40 hours a week for July and August. September will be 20 hours a week, doing administrative duties to help close out summer intensive. Hourly rate will be $30-35/hour depending on experience.

This position will be responsible for leading and supervising The Residency Summer Intensive program. This will include program development, staffing and supervision, administrative duties, event planning, operations, partnerships, and program outreach. The Summer Intensive Coordinator will ensure the summer intensive program is operating efficiently and smoothly on a daily basis throughout the intensive.

Key responsibilities:

  • Support the hiring of teaching artists, interns, and other program staff
  • Supervise teaching artists and interns during summer intensive, cyphers, and other programming
  • Provide overall administrative lead for summer intensive; Collect, and organize participant forms, and folders. 
  • Manage master calendar for summer intensive
  • Leading and executing the summer intensive meal plan for the program
  • Approve faculty bi-weekly pay and expense reimbursement requests
  • Support and execute outreach and recruitment plan for annual summer intensive, including student application, interview, selection and on-boarding processes
  • In collaboration with teaching artists and program partners, lead curriculum development 
  • Implement appropriate training and professional development opportunities for Summer Intensive staff
  • Liaise with Director of Programs and Arts Corps biweekly to ensure administrative and operations compliance 
  • Support the development of strategic partnerships and collaborations
  • Schedule and manage final show performance   
  • Coordinate program evaluation with external evaluators
  • Coordinate and lead staff morning and afternoon meetings 
  • Help produce promotional materials as necessary
  • Other duties as assigned

Key performance indicators:

  • Ensure program participants have a high-quality experience and are safe
  • Ensure that programs produce work that is centered on youth voice

Requirements:

  • Preferably 3-5 years’ experience in teen programs (including youth supervision) and preferred specialized program areas such as youth media, youth leadership development, and group work; or commensurate combination of experience and education or equivalent. 
  • Experience working in school settings with ages 16 -19, and experience navigating school systems.
  • Self-starter who can work independently and in various working groups, and is comfortable working remotely
  • Arts, media, communications, or equivalent experience or education in a related field
  • Experience working with low income, gender non-conforming youth and communities of color
  • Strong management experience and skill set
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines are crucial.
  • Experience instructing in formal and informal educational settings
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with diverse groups of people
  • Experience providing mentorship
  • The position will require travel throughout Seattle and South King County. Should have a valid driver’s license and access to a car
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite

Preferred skills and experience:

  • BA or MFA Music Education, Arts Education, Arts Management, or a related degree.
  • Strong networking skills for building partnerships
  • Established connections and networks in local youth development

Physical requirements: The employee should be willing to regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception.

This position will be responsible for leading and supervising The Residency Summer Intensive program. This will include program development, staffing and supervision, administrative duties, event planning, operations, partnerships…

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  • On-site Location
  • Part Time Schedule
  • Contract

How to Apply

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to contact.amir.islam@gmail.com by end of day on February 15th , 2020, and write “Interim Summer Intensive Coordinator” in the subject line.

The Residency & Arts Corps: The Residency is currently fiscally sponsored by Arts Corps while we apply for non profit status. The Residency and Arts Corps are Equal Opportunity Employers. People of color, queer, gay, lesbian and/or bisexual people, transgender, genderqueer and/or non-binary folks are encouraged to apply. This position has a strong center in racial and social justice, encouraging critical thinking and dialogue about how intersecting systems of oppression impact our work.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to contact.amir.islam@gmail.com by end of day on February 15th , 2020, and write “Interim Summer Intensive Coordinator” in the subject line.

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