PER SESSION VACANCY CIRCULAR (VC) NOTICE #711: Supervisor (Executive Director, Planning and Site Supervision, Summer Arts Institute) - CIPL
- Posted Date: May 31, 2019 Deadline: Dec 20, 2019
(CONTINGENT UPON FUNDING AVAILABILITY)
Executive Director of Summer Arts Institute- Planning and Site Supervision for Summer School Program in Dance, Theater, Film, Instrumental Music (Band and Orchestral Strings), Visual Arts, Vocal Music
Planning offsite at NYCDOE (52 Chambers Street and 333 7th Avenue, Manhattan); Site Supervision at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (Astoria, Queens)
New York City Department of Education licensed supervisor, 10 or more years satisfactory experience as a supervisor of visual and performing arts programs at the middle and/or high school level
1) 10 or more years satisfactory experience supervising arts teachers, managing visual and performing arts programs, and organizing gallery shows and performances
2) 10 or more years satisfactory experience supporting the development of arts curriculum and securing educational and studio materials
3) Thorough knowledge of the New York State Standards for the Arts and the Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts Grades PreK-12
4) 10 or more years satisfactory experience working with cultural arts partners to support arts studio learning goals
5) Ability to work collaboratively with Artistic Director and Executive Committee to frame and shape the Institute
6) Familiarity with all DOE rules and regulations, purchasing and payroll procedures, ATS, building permit procedures and student health, safety, and discipline protocols
1) Hire and supervise teachers and teaching artists in Dance, Theater, Film, Instrumental Music (Band and Orchestral Strings); Visual Arts, and Vocal Music.
2) Hire and supervise office and support staff (school aides, secretary).
3) Create and manage Institute budget.
4) Supervise student audition process: Secure space, staff, supplies.
5) Assist with development of studio curriculum in Dance, Theater, Film, Instrumental Music (Band and Orchestral Strings); Visual Arts, and Vocal Music.
6) Assist with planning and oversight of field trips, guest artists, and master classes for students.
7) Administrative support including ordering materials and resources, serving as the primary liaison with administrators and staff at host school.
8) Oversight and supervision of all matters concerning student health, safety, and discipline.
9) Supervise faculty in curriculum implementation and studio activities in Dance, Theater, Film, Instrumental Music (Band and Orchestral Strings); Visual Arts, and Vocal Music studios.
10) Work with Artistic Director, faculty, and support staff to coordinate and produce final student performance and gallery show.
11) Work with Office of the Arts and Special Project (OASP) to develop, implement, and support the Institute
12) Post-Institute: Break-down of office and classroom spaces at site, conduct inventory, secure materials and supplies, process all invoices, payments, debrief with OASP and cultural arts partners.
December 2019- November 2020
Pre and post Institute Schedule: Flexible (after-school) hours, Monday – Friday, some weekends and vacation days to be determined (Up to 225 hours)
Institute Schedule: late June through mid-August, dates to be determined, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday- Friday (Up to 280 hours)
Per Session rates as per the relevant union/organization of the advertised title (UFT, CSA, DC-37 - Collective Bargaining Agreement). Contingent Upon Funding Availability.
Application Form OP-175 (Available in the schools and DHR Website), cover letter, resume and a copy of your NYS Teaching license must be received on or before December 20, 2020.
Office of Arts and Special Projects
4360 Broadway, Fourth Floor
New York, NY 10033
Attention: Summer Arts Institute/Executive Director
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