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TUTS – Program Manager of Community Engagement

Closing on: Sep 15, 2019

The Program Manager of Community Engagement, works collaboratively with the Director of Community Engagement, staff, schools, students, and community partners to strategize and build lasting partnerships, programs, and experiences in the arts. 

• Create and implement arts education curriculum that will be applied to TUTS Community Engagement Strategic Programming
• Develop and maintain yearly timelines for program scheduling.
Manage the system for monitoring and collecting programming outcomes
• Implement all facets of administrative content for the Community Engagement Program – booking apps, agreement letters, invoices, sending evaluations with deadlines, and assisting with site visits, etc.
• Responsible for staffing community locations with Teaching Artists based on geography, learning outcomes, and site needs.  
• Assist Teaching Artists with online lesson plan creation and submission. 
• Devise and write arts-based curriculum that can be adapted to suit the needs of a range of students and situations. 
• Maintain and monitor all areas of Development Data Reporting related to Community Engagement.
• Prepare Community Engagement program materials including: 
i. Inventory of supplies and purchase supplies as needed. 
ii. Schedules and informational materials for program staff. 
iii. Lesson plan and residency plan Teaching Artist templates. 
Curricular materials such as student templates, packets, handouts, CDs, posters, etc. 

Serves as the primary person of contact with Community Engagement teaching artists regarding scheduling, 
curriculum and administrative needs.

• A relevant 4 year academic degree preferred, or demonstrated job knowledge and experience.
• 3-5 years of Teaching Artist background preferred.
• Experience working with and within school systems and community organizations, specifically in the Arts classroom
• Must have working knowledge of applied arts, especially theatre and musical theatre structures such as:
• Creative Drama
• Arts Integration
• Technique-based training 
• Theatre for Social Change
• Must have outstanding interpersonal skills as well as strong verbal and written communication skills. Microsoft office expertise specifically Word, Excel, and Publisher. Adobe Photoshop experience a plus.  
• The individual must be highly organized and skilled with numbers and data, as well as scheduling and multi-tasking. 
• Background in educational grant-writing is a plus 
• Must have a passion for young people, the transformative power of arts education, and the effect it has on the individual and the community.
• A positive attitude and an earnest interest in providing good customer service
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Strong commitment to diversity and inclusion.
• Ability and commitment to working with diverse groups in terms of gender expression, race, sexual orientation, religion, ability, age, class and immigrant status.

Discipline Categories: Dance Music Theater
Opportunity Types: Job