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Post Date: Apr 01, 2022
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: - n/a -
Salary: $50,000
Location: US - New York - Manhattan
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CAE is seeking a motivated, flexible and positive individual to manage a variety of programs at an exciting crossroads for the organization. The right candidate will be passionate about arts education, social-emotional learning, and social justice, and excited to join the organization during this transitional period, with the opportunity to help shape the future of CAE and its joint vision and programs with PWC.

-Support determination of program design specifics, depending on program.
-Coordinate program scheduling and logistics with school partners and Teaching Artists (TAs).
-Assist in developing, preparing and distributing program materials.
-Purchase program supplies and ensure they are delivered to program sites.
-Problem solve and troubleshoot as necessary to ensure successful program implementation
-Organize and complete site visits for programs.
-Collaborate with Program Manager to identify and/or create content for social media, fundraising newsletters and emails, and other marketing or promotional needs.
-Assist with funding applications and RFPs as needed.

Budget and Records Management
Track program expenses within identified budgets and communicate with Program Manager on progress and projections.
Create and maintain tracking system for materials to invoice as required.
Collect and track proper records for programs, such as lesson plans, attendance, media consent forms, pictures of documentation, etc.
Document programs with photos and videos for Development and Communications purposes.
Career Development Program
Co-facilitate (with preparation to facilitate in 2022-23) the Career Development Program, an innovative program for high school seniors which places them in creative industry internships after an intensive “Boot Camp” class led by CAE.
Communicate with partner schools and worksite mentors about program schedule and expectations; build and manage these relationships throughout the program. Occasionally attend external programming with partner organizations to build symbiotic, sustainable relationships.
Facilitate “Boot Camp” and Friday Feedback sessions for students in collaboration with other CAE staff. Plan and deliver educational content for students and oversee logistics, such as supplies and food.
Provide opportunities throughout the program for students to experience the arts community in New York City through field trips, performances, guest speakers, and other opportunities.
Coordinate student worksite interviews and placements, and conduct site visits and check-ins to ensure successful internship experiences for both students and worksites.
Oversee the tracking of student timesheets and processing of stipend checks.
Collaborate on the planning and implementation of CDP graduation ceremony.
Assist in development and management of CDP Alumni Network.

Qualifications and Skills:
Commitment to demonstrating PWC's organizational values of Collaboration, Continuous Learning, Going to Solution, Equity & Inclusion, and Passion.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required, with at least 1-2 years of work experience
Master’s degree in Arts Administration, Social Work or related field and/or proven experience managing programs preferred. Experience working with and within New York City Public schools and/or arts education/administration preferred.

Excellent written and oral communication skills, including email, telephone, and in person communications. Ability to write well and in a variety of formats, from reports to marketing materials.
Flexible worker and thinker; creative problem solver; independent, organized, and able to manage multiple competing priorities and time-sensitive tasks.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite. Experience with Canva, WordPress, and/or similar programs a plus.

Reports to: CAE Program Manager
Schedule/Hours: Full-time: Monday-Friday, 35 hour work week. Occasional evenings and weekends.
Location: Fully remote at this time; eventually based out of PWC/CAE main office in lower Manhattan

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