The Manager ensures a high quality experience for all classroom music students at Finn Center and assists with special summer programs. The Manager creates strong course offerings for ages preschool to adult, hires faculty with appropriate experience and supports faculty with curriculum oversight. The Manager fosters positive and consistent communication between parents, students and faculty.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
• Hire, supervise, support and evaluate music classes faculty.
• Support faculty in curriculum development, classroom management and supplies.
• Review and approve bi-weekly payroll faculty.
• Use enrollment data and parent/student surveys to evaluate classes and program success and to plan future offerings.
• Develop course listings for CSMA catalog and online, including senior-focused classes.
• Engage regularly with parents to encourage to build community and to foster a long-term relationship with CSMA.
• Work in partnership with various CSMA programs to efficiently use facility and storage space.
• Assist Finn Center Director with special summer programs.
• Meet budget goals for tuition and fees.
• Monitor and approve expenditures to track budget.
• Analyze enrollment data to maximize use of the facility and enrollment.
• Bachelor’s degree in Music and/or Music Education. Master’s preferred
• 3-5 years of music program administration experience
• Knowledge of musical pedagogy and experience developing curriculum
• Outstanding oral and written communication skills
• Excellent organizational and administrative skills with careful attention to detail
• Ability to work gracefully under pressure
• The ability to communicate in a positive and consistent way with diverse faculty, parents, students and colleagues
• Music teaching and performance experience preferred.
ABOUT THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ARTS
Founded in 1968, the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) is a non-profit center for music and arts education committed to providing Arts for All, regardless of age, level, background or economic means. CSMA’s programs include lessons, classes and camps, arts-in-the-schools and after-school programs, concerts and exhibits, and community outreach activities. The Community School of Music and Arts values diversity, and is an EOE. Candidates who have experience working in bilingual environments are strongly encouraged to apply.
Job Type: Part-time
Founded in 1968, CSMA is dedicated to making the arts and arts education accessible to all, regardless of age, skill level, background or financial means. Learn more about how CSMA brings arts education to local students through our in-school education programs.