The Education Program Manager functions as a critical member of the Education Department. This position is a multi-facted position wearing several key hats: Administrator, Manager, and Teaching Artist. They are responsible for managing and maintaining a wide variety of tasks related to Everyman Theatre's existing education programs.
This position is ideal for an energetic, independent and innovative arts administrator and educator who thrives in a dynamic team-oriented work environment. They will function as the first point of contact for the Education department. They will manage and maintain day-to-day administrative responsibilities connected to programming, run the internship program, manage Everyman Theatre's signature High School Matinee Program, and engage students in the High School Matinee Program in the classroom as an educator.
This position reports directly to the Director of Education and Community Engagement.
Manages recruitment, coordination, and implementation of Internship Program.
Maintains day-to-day administrative backbone of department.
Coordinates High School Matinee Program with community partners and supports assessment and information gathering for Development efforts.
Teaches in High School Matinee Program pre-show workshops for each production and facilitates artist conversations with students in post-show classroom visits.
Curates Play Guide materials for the High School Matinee Program
Demonstrates clear and professional communication with all education constituents from parents, to teachers, to students of all ages.
Assists in preparation of all class materials on-site and off-site.
Manages registration intake and expense tracking.
Supports curriculum and program development for in-school residency program serving students K-5 and lesson planning for high school matinee program for grades 9-12.
Functions as Education representative at fairs, festivals, on-site programming, and Theatre Night for Teens.
Collaborates on strategic growth initiatives for the department.
Spearheads designated education marketing campaigns working closely with staff and volunteers to promote programming.
Additional responsibilities as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS:
At least 2-3 years of previous administrative or education based work experience.
Teaching or Teaching Artist experience a must.
Curriculum development experience a bonus.
Shared philosophical values inherent in Everyman Theatre’s mission
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work collaboratively promoting teamwork, accepting constructive criticism and implementing effective problem-solving.
Ability to manage projects, organize and complete complex tasks and prioritize multiple assignments and deliver on a timely basis
Ability to interact with the diverse constituents in age, background, and role to the departments as parents, students, donors, teachers, and key community partners.
Must have valid driver's license and a car.
This position is a full-time salaried position totaling $38,050.00 with benefits. The position will require non-traditional hours for occasional evening classes, events and cultivation opportunities. Specifically, Saturday mornings between 9am-1pm (8 weeks at a time), Monday and/or Tuesday evenings between 6pm-10pm (4 weeks at a time).
Everyman Theatre is committed to seeking and sustaining a culturally and ethnically diverse environment and to the principles that promote inclusive practices. Individuals from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.