Job Description – Programs Coordinator 20 – 30 hours per week, starting rate $15 per hour. Potential to grow to full-time.
About Momentum Momentum engages children in dance, music, and performance to develop lifelong habits of self-discipline, teamwork, and excellence to place them on a path to success. Professional teaching artists and musicians work weekly with more than 1,000 students in Columbus and Hilliard City Schools.
Overview The Programs Coordinator administrates each of Momentum’s eight programs: 30- Week Anchor, 4-to-15-Week Residency, Early Learners, Team XL, Team XO, Performance Troupe, After School, and Momentum University. They are the point of contact for Momentum’s vital partners: central Ohio schools and parents/guardians. They establish and maintain a solid line of communication with school administrators, classroom teachers, and parents/guardians. This position has great opportunity for growth as Momentum continues to reach more children in new programs. Requires frequent travel within central Ohio. Reports to the Executive Director.
Job Duties Coordinate and maintain Momentum’s teaching schedules for each of the eight programs, including cancelled and rescheduled classes. Lead and schedule quarterly meetings with school principals and classroom teachers participating in the 30-Week Anchor Program. Prepare the 30-Week Anchor Program school administration for the Year-End Performance logistics at the Davison Theatre, including bussing, lunch orders, theatre rules and expectations, etc. Coordinate Lecture Demonstrations (in-school performances) with school administration, and prepare any accommodations necessary for the performances. Create and/or distribute any informational materials to classrooms, such as performance invitations, educational guides, meeting agendas, student participation forms, surveys, and student nametags. Collect and maintain each school’s class rosters, and track dancer special circumstances/medical issues. Field all emails and questions from principals, PTO organizations, and classroom teachers about Momentum.
Coordinate, with the Operations Manager, school contracts and payments. Regularly communicate with Lead Instructors about the needs of the classroom. Recruit and onboard new schools to Momentum.
General Occasionally coordinate and host visitors to watch a Momentum class in action, including donors. Regularly communicate and collaborate with Momentum’s Artistic Director, Music Director, Executive Director, and Operations Manager. Attend and give updates at monthly team meetings. Other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications and Abilities Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Impeccable relationship-management skills. Strong verbal communication skills. Great appreciation and zeal for the arts. High attention to detail and strong writing skills. Flexible schedule and ability to work independently. Ability to lift 50lbs, bend, stretch, and stand for extended periods of time. Reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license. Must pass a background check (paid by Momentum).
Desired Qualifications and Abilities 1+ years of experience working in a school-setting, or with school principals/teachers, preferably within central Ohio.Familiarity using Google Drive and similar applications. Dance, music, and/or theatre experience. Fluency in Spanish and/or Somali a plus.
Deadline Please submit a cover letter, resume or CV, and list of three professional references to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted on a rolling-basis until 5 p.m. on Friday, July 28, 2017.
Programs Coordinator Job Description 2017-18