Social Action & Advocacy

PROGRAM MANAGER JOB DESCRIPTION
About the Organization
Broadway for Arts Education (BAE) is an NYC-based nonprofit organization that uses arts education to dismantle systemic barriers to success for underserved youth. Partnering with the Broadway community, schools, and organizations around the world, BAE acts as a catalyst for change and social impact. BAE’s curriculum empowers youth to achieve their potential, engage in real-world issues, and become life-long learners and active participants in their communities.

BAE programming is a combination of process-oriented and project-based learning. We are equipping the next generation with the social-emotional learning skills associated with the performing arts: curiosity and creativity, risk-taking and boundary setting, advocating for self and for others, sense of self-worth and future potential, and more. Using low-stress opportunities for high-level artistic excellence, our programs give youth the opportunity to perform alongside Broadway and professional artists while exploring and addressing problems, issues, or topics that are relevant to students’ lives, or exist in the professional world the students will soon enter.

About the Position

BAE is seeking a full-time Program Manager in Winter 2022 to oversee and coordinate our global arts education programs. Working with the Executive Director, Program Coordinators, Teaching Artists, and Broadway Ambassadors in both virtual and in person settings, the Program Manager will help define, enhance, and reach our short-term and long-term goals. We are seeking candidates with strong administrative, communication, and problem solving skills, experience in education and nonprofit leadership, and a belief in the transformative effects of the performing arts.
Essential Job Functions and Accountabilities
Hold front-line accountability for quality program delivery including core programs, new initiatives, summer programs, staff development, and outcome measurement systems
Train, evaluate, and develop staff. Coordinate part-time program staff and program volunteers
Develop, evaluate, and oversee curricula and services that prepare youth for success
Develop and execute student and staff surveys, track participation in programs, generate outcome metrics reports
Regularly and consistently evaluate programming activity and impact, review and update as necessary, work with Executive Director to plan and implement changes to improve results
Assist with developing program strategic plans and marketing plans, and effectively communicate plans to partners, staff, and volunteers
Assist in planning special events and field trips, ensure they are properly supervised and compliant with all child safety and partner regulations
Assist the Executive Director and Governing Body in reaching the organizations short and long term goals
Participate in staff evaluations
Ensure programs are inclusive to all genders, abilities, and cultures
Educational Qualifications & Skills
Bachelor’s degree preferred
5+ years’ experience in leadership roles in a school system or arts education/youth development nonprofit
A deep passion for using arts education to empower young people to overcome systemic barriers and a clear understanding of how the creative and performing arts benefit the social-emotional development of young people
A commitment to antiracism, decolonizing the classroom, and dismantling systems of inequity
The ability to creatively plan, coordinate, and evaluate quality youth programs directly and through collaborations
The ability to set and achieve short and long term goals
The ability to recruit and train staff and volunteers
The ability to communicate effectively verbally, in writing, in presentations to an audience, and electronically
The ability to work within a budget, manage expenses, and creatively use resources
A demonstrated ability to handle crisis and resolve conflicts among staff, volunteers, and students
A background in the arts and/or K-12 education – minimum of two years’ work experience directly with youth
Previous responsibility for partner-based programs and teams sited in multiple locations
Experience working with Google, Salesforce, Asana a plus

Environment & Working Conditions
Full-time position. Midtown Manhattan shared office. Frequent contact with employees, community-based organizations, program partners, families, and community members. Frequent local travel required around NYC to program locations and community partners; some required international travel to program locations and community partners. Frequent deadlines. Atypical work schedule, including occasional evening and weekend work. The position requires walking and climbing stairs, light work, exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently. Option to participate in employee healthcare programs. The position requires compliance with NYC DOE vaccination requirements.
Base pay range

$60,000/yr – $72,000/yr

To Apply

Fill out the following form: https://broadwayforartsed.typeform.com/to/BXypT4e9

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