Montalvo Arts Center
Education Programs Coordinator (Full-time, non-exempt)
Under the direction of the Education Director, the Education Programs
Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and management of a range of
educational and interpretive programs for a variety of audiences, including
K-12 grade students, teachers, and the general public audience. The
Education Programs Coordinator is also responsible for the improved
efficiency of all administrative aspects of the department including program
registration processes, database, and website development and maintenance.
The Education Programs Coordinator will regularly assist with writing and
editing of education publications and materials. This position assists with
the daily management of Montalvos expanding Arts Education and Outreach
*Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:*
In collaboration with the Education Director, the Education Programs
Coordinator will oversee aspects of program coordination from planning to
evaluation for both the school & teacher audience and the general public
audience. Programs may include the performing arts series for students,
summer camps, professional development workshops for teachers, art classes,
ArtSplash! open house and outreach programs to underserved communities; as
well as other as yet unforeseen programs. Responsibilities will often
include attendance at events to oversee operations.
Of primary responsibility is the coordination of the Performing Arts Series
for Students. Duties to include preparation of marketing materials,
processing contracts, administration of all performance logistics, manage
program budget, school scheduling, event management, and program evaluation.
Interest and ability to work with and interact with the artists in residence
at Montalvo Arts Center, and host them into local schools K-12 to lecture or
Improve, expand and update Education Department database on a frequent and
on-going basis. Position responsible for update of Education area of website
on a regular basis.
Serve as recording secretary for Education and Outreach Executive Committee
meetings, and other committees as needed. Prompt preparation and
distribution of accurate meeting minutes.
Maintain and update master calendar with Education and Outreach events and
Supervise and manage temporary camp staff, volunteers and interns, both
youth and adult.
* Other duties may be assigned as required.
*The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications: *
B.A. in Art Education, Arts Administration, or related field.
2-3 years experience in education program development at a museum, arts
education organization, school, university or related institution.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and Microsoft
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Bilingual in Spanish or
Mandarin a plus.
Ability to work independently or as part of a team, and take initiative as
required. Ability to think creatively, and to conduct effective problem
resolution for improved departmental operations.
Highly motivated, positive person with demonstrated ability to manage
multiple projects simultaneously.
Excellent organizational and time-management skills. Evening/weekend work
Ability to work harmoniously with staff, trustees, volunteers, artists, and
the general public audience.
CPR/First Aid certification and valid drivers license required.
Salary is between $35,000-$45,000 based on qualifications and experience.
The position may begin at 80% (32-hrs/wk) with the possibility of going
full-time (40-hrs/wk) in the near future. Montalvo offers a comprehensive
benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision insurance; FSA;
and 401(K) retirement plan.
To apply, submit a cover letter along with your resume to Human Resources
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>. No phone calls
please. Applications deadline is September 30. Applications will be screened
for qualifications and experience. Not all applicants who meet the minimum
qualifications will be offered an interview.