Arts in Education Coordinator
Brooklyn Arts Council
20 Jay Street, Suite 616
The Arts in Education Coordinator is a self-motivated, dynamic team player, focused on enriching lifelong learning for seniors and students through arts experiences in school and community settings as part of Brooklyn Art’s Council’s the Arts in Education (AIE) team.
The Arts in Education Coordinator must be a creative individual with strong attention to detail, and superior writing and communications skills. This position includes, but is not limited to, outreach via phone and email, coordinating procedures and record-keeping to ensure smooth program execution and reporting, and assisting with preparations for grant applications and reports.
The Arts in Education Coordinator will work closely with and report to the Director of Arts in Education, collaborate with BAC staff, Teaching Artists, and Partner Teachers.
Outreach and Support for Teaching Artists, directors of senior centers, and individual participants in creative aging programs and school-based programs.
Develop and maintain electronic and paper filing systems, maintain AIE calendar and other AIE program tracking documents, track AIE Teaching Artist’s contact information, hiring status and availability.
Interact with partners, teaching artists and AIE team members, including on-site visits to schools and other facilities.
Coordinating and producing documentation of programs and performances.
Participate in interdepartmental events and activities, as schedule permits.
Assist AIE staff at professional development sessions, including orientations and workshops.
Lift boxes of arts supplies that weigh 20 – 30 lbs.
Additional tasks and responsibilities as needed.
Bachelor’s Degree in Arts, Education, or related field, or comparable experience.
At least 2 years of professional administrative experience.
Excellent written, oral communication and social skills.
Strong customer service experience. Keen attention to detail.
Strong computer skills; facility with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel; internet research required
Database experience, especially with Salesforce, preferred.
Experience with NYC DFTA and DOE systems helpful.
Bilingual (Spanish or Chinese, especially) is helpful, but not required