- Budget: $57,000-$65,000
The Education Manager oversees ShoreLake Arts’ growing youth, family and adult art education program. Working under the direction of the Executive Director, the Education Manager:
Sets the strategic direction of art education programs;
Manages programs, including After School Enrichment, Pay What You Can, Summer & 1-day camps, adult classes, and hands-on art;
Develops new programs to meet community demand, achieve financial goals, and advance the mission;
Recruits, manages, and directs teaching artists;
Collaborates with existing and new strategic partners; and
Creates, maintains, and reports program budgets/service data.
Education: Youth and Teen camps/classes & Adult classes(75%):
Sustain and develop after school, Summer Camp, and Pay What You Can programs.
Schedule, contract, and finalize classes/camps.
Hire and manage staff, teaching artists, and volunteers.
Work with instructors to define culturally competent content.
Collaborate with community partners
Oversee logistics and registrations
Collaborate to advertise and promote classes.
Grant Writing (10%):
Identify and apply for new Art Education grant funding.
Maintain current Education-related grants.
Other Responsibilities (15%):
Build community relationships.
Support community events/outreach activities with other staff.
Other duties as assigned.
2 years experience in arts, education, and/or non-profit sectors
BA in arts, education or equivalent experience
Commitment to equity, social justice & inclusivity
Excellent English verbal and written communication skills
Excellent organizational skills and strong attention to detail
Experience creating and managing program budgets
Ability to pass a Washington State background check
Valid driver’s license & reliable transportation
Legal right to work in the US
More Information: www.shorelakearts.org