The Education and Community Outreach Associate supports the Education and Museum Director (EMD) in the delivery of all education and community-based programs. The role includes administrative office-based work and community-based interaction with partners and program participants (students and adults) primarily in the Twin Cities community. The position is new and is being added to the administrative team in response to initiatives outlined in Schubert Club’s latest strategic plan.
Assist the Education & Museum Director (EMD) with the administration and set up of all Schubert Club education and community outreach programs to ensure all programs are managed effectively for maximum impact.
- Assist in processing registrations and applications for various programs including Special Music Grants, Jazz Piano Workshop, Student Scholarship Competition, Five Dollar Scholar.
- Prepare venue and artist contracts.
- Organize payment confirmations with Finance Manager for a variety of fee payments (e.g. teaching artists, judges) and scholarships/financial awards.
- Prepare travel and program itineraries for artists, clinicians and judges.
- Assist EMD in planning, designing and gathering/purchasing materials for hands-on classroom/workshop projects for education events (KidsJam, Family Arts Blast).
- Process data and prepare reports of program experiences, surveys and evaluations. Collaborate with EMD in setting goals and assessing program effectiveness.
- Prepare information packets for board committee members and participants – Special Music Grants, Student Scholarship Competition.
- Assemble and update program and promotional information for the website manager for all SC Education programming and activities.
- Maintain current contact information for education program participants – teachers, students, artists, venue managers, etc.
- Assist EMD in the coordination of program activities at scheduled education events.
- Assist EMD in coordinating publicity for education events, e.g. printed pieces, signage, website promotional information
- Coordinate piano rentals, tunings and any other equipment needs for events and programs – Jazz Piano Workshop, Student Scholarship Competition, KidsJam
Represent Schubert Club in a wide range of relationships with program participants and community partners in support of Schubert Club’s mission and goals.
- Communicate processes and logistics to participants in programs such as $5 Scholar, Special Music Grants, Jazz Piano Workshop, KidsJam, Student Scholarship Competition
- Attend meetings and workshops in Schubert Club spaces and community venues and ensure events are properly prepared and run smoothly.
- Attend community & classroom events/programs as requested to assist in future programming decisions.
Support and foster Schubert Club’s collaborative business practices to ensure that all business activities support Schubert Club’s mission successfully.
- Assist with setting up concerts and events as requested.
- Assist with onsite concert and event support.
- Assist with office-wide projects as needed.
- Act as a steward and liaison with the public at Schubert Club events, to foster the positive reputation of Schubert Club.
- Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS AND LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree in Music, Music Education, Arts Administration or related field
- At least 2 years experience in arts administration, community programming or equivalent
- Teaching or classroom experience
- Experience in non-profit organization
- Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
Moving instruments and equipment (up to 40 pounds)
Computer skills required; Word & Excel, Microsoft software
Access to independent transportation, valid driver’s license and current vehicle insurance, with willingness to drive to different community sites and transport materials as needed
Must be available for occasional evening and weekend hours
Must pass a criminal background check
Applications deadline Monday, November 6. Interviews will be scheduled the week of November 13.