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.
Working with the Executive Director and Administrative Manager, the Programs Coordinator will be a new and central position acting as a liaison between school programs, community events, and the administration of our mid-sized arts education organization. Key job components will be partnering with schools, managing teaching artists, and coordinating all aspects of programming, including innovating and implementing structures and systems to expand the organization’s reach.
This position can be performed in conjunction with a Teaching Artist role for those with both theatre arts teaching and program administration experience.
School Residency Coordination
- Scheduling (programs at school sites, meetings, training workshops, etc.)
- Teaching Artist recruitment, hiring, and onboarding processes
- Coordinating school site contracts with SFUSD
- Preparing residency materials (props and costumes, teaching tools, etc.)
- Generating documents, forms, surveys, and slide decks for workshops
- Documentation of residency work (photos, videos, anecdotal records, observations of programming)
- Facilitating communication with all stakeholders (teaching artists, educators, and administrators)
- Coordinating community events, performances, and special projects as needed
- Coordinating professional development workshops and meetings
- Coordinating and disaggregating program evaluations, assessments, and online surveys
- Reviewing artistic staff timesheets twice monthly
- Coordinating budget setting with Executive Director and Administrative Manager
- Assisting with grant writing and reporting
- Researching funding opportunities
- Coordinate fundraising initiatives (individual donor program and events)
- Coordinating creation of marketing materials, including managing social media channels and updating the website to keep current with organizational activity
- Spearhead initiatives for creating content for our upcoming newsletter
- Preparing slideshow presentation materials (for training, conferences, reports, etc.)
- Seeking opportunities for contributing to arts and education publications
- Developing systems for file sharing, documentation archiving, and other administrative functions using Google Suite
- Assisting Executive Director with strategic plan review and progress
- Organizing Advisory Board meetings
- Being proactively involved with arts education advocacy partnerships
- Bachelor’s degree in education, theatre, nonprofit management, or related field or equivalent experience
- Minimum of three years of work experience in a relevant area such as business administration, finance, nonprofit administration, elementary education, or work that centers on social justice and the arts.
- Ideal candidate has experience in the arts education non-profit field.
- Excellent administrative skills, including strong proficiency with Google Suite
- Experience and commitment to working with under-resourced youth
- Outstanding organizational ability, attention to detail, problem-solving, troubleshooting, and analytical skills
- Strong time management skills, the ability to meet deadlines, and to work with minimal supervision
- Stellar writing, speaking, communication and presentation skills are necessary
- Passion for social justice and understanding the power of arts integration in education is crucial
- Commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive and collaborative work community
- Ability to travel to San Francisco public schools 1-2 days per week
- A good sense of humor and a love of creative brainstorming is greatly appreciated and valued
Hours & Compensation: Part-Time (approximately 10-20 hrs per week), hourly employee starting at $25/hr. This is a “hybrid” position with both remote work and 1-2 days a week in SF schools.
To Apply: Submit resume by e-mail to: email@example.com