Administrative Roles

Who are we looking for?
StageWrite seeks individuals with a demonstrated commitment to arts education and a passion for youth development. Applicants who are bilingual in Spanish and BIPOC individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Program Manager & Mentor Teaching Artist

Seeking Teaching Artist with a minimum of 5+ years teaching drama in urban elementary school settings and program administration experience. Teaching Artist mastery and strong organization and communication skills are required. Experience managing staff is needed. Comfort using Google Drive, docs, and sheets for online collaboration is a must. Responsibilities will include: 

  • Lead-teaching in 12-week theatre and literacy residencies
  • Serving as a mentor teaching artist for teaching artists with emerging skills 
  • Observation and coaching of teaching artist staff
  • Communication liaison with classroom teachers and teaching artists
  • Administrative responsibilities including residency scheduling 
  • Facilitating pre-residency meetings with classroom teachers and teaching artists 
  • Collaboration on curriculum development and revision
  • Management of all residency materials and supplies
  • Facilitating teaching artist training workshops
  • Coordinating all residency culminating events and performances
  • Coordination of residency paperwork and teacher evaluation forms including tracking program evaluation criteria and resources, data analysis of results

Compensation: Competitive rate, DOE

To Apply: Submit resume, cover letter, & 2 references (preferably as one PDF) by e-mail to:

Administrative Assistant

StageWrite is looking for a talented and skilled individual to assist Executive Director with the operations of our drama residency programs. This position will involve administrative as well as programmatic duties.

Responsibilities include: scheduling of drama residency programs, keeping regular communications with school staff and teaching artists, managing paper and computer files, developing contracts, development support, grant reporting, bookkeeping, budget management, curriculum development support, tracking evaluation and assessment data, event planning, show producing, supporting production of marketing content, assisting in teacher professional development workshops, teaching artist trainings, and within residency programs as needed.


  • BA in theatre arts, education, business, non-profit administration (or related field)
  • At least 2 years experience in arts-in-education (or related field)
  • Commitment to youth development
  • Competency with MS Office & Google Docs is a must!
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Good typing skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to creatively problem solve
  • Familiarity with Bay Area arts education community
  • Grant writing skills a plus

Compensation: Competitive rate, DOE

To Apply: Submit resume, cover letter, & 2 references (preferably as one PDF) by e-mail to: