PER SESSION VACANCY NOTICE # 102: Teachers (Program Manager for MS Arts Audition Boot Camp) - OASP

  • Posted Date: Jul 5, 2018 Deadline: Aug 30, 2018
  • Citywide, New York, United States

Job Details



Program Manager for Middle School Arts Audition Boot Camp: Planning and Site Supervision for summer program in Dance, Theater, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, Vocal Music (2 positions)



Planning at NYCDOE (52 Chambers Street and/or Lincoln Center Education – Rose Building, Manhattan); student audition location TBD, site

supervision at Lincoln Center Education (Manhattan)



New York City Department of Education licensed teacher, 10 or more years satisfactory experience as a teacher 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. 10 or more years satisfactory experience working with cultural arts partners to support arts studio learning goals 4) 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. Ability to work collaboratively with planning committee to frame and shape the program
  5. Familiarity with all DOE rules and regulations, purchasing and payroll procedures, and student health, safety, and discipline protocols



  1. Manage teachers and teaching artists in program planning and implementation in Dance, Theater, Instrumental Music; Visual Arts, and Vocal Music studios.
  2. Help organize and lead planning meetings in April, May, and June 2018.
  3. Assist with program development in Dance, Theater, Instrumental Music; Visual Arts, and Vocal Music.
  4. Manage program budget including procurement.
  5. Assist with planning and oversight of field trips, guest artists, and coaching sessions for students.
  6. Administrative support including ordering materials/resources and serving as the primary liaison with administrators and staff at host site.
  7. Oversight and supervision of all matters concerning student health, safety, and discipline.
  8. Work with faculty and support staff to coordinate and produce final student sharing and mock auditions.
  9. Work with Office of the Arts and Special Project (OASP) to develop, implement, and support the program.
  10. Post-Boot Camp: Break-down office and classroom spaces at site, conduct inventory, secure materials and supplies, process all invoices & payments, debrief with OASP and cultural arts partners.
  11. Supervise two follow-up sessions for students to be held in Fall 2018.



Commencing July 2018 through December 2018

Institute set-up on site in July. July 30 – August 10: 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Monday through Friday, up to 10 sessions, extended day for student share; 3 weekend follow-up sessions in the Fall 2018: 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM, parent night and other hours to be determined (Up to 100 hours per position).


Note: As program is subject to funding, all dates, times, and hours to be confirmed


 As per Collective Bargaining Agreement or the most current contractual rate



Submit letter of application, resume, copy of NYC Department of Education license and OP-175 form (available in schools and on DHR Website) by close of business on August 30, 2018 and send to:


Darleen Garner

New York City Department of Education

Office of Arts and Special Projects

4360 Broadway, 4th Floor

New York, New York  10033


Attention: MS Arts Boot Camp Supervisor




If you have questions concerning this advertisement, e-mail:

Signature for Peter Ianniello

Service exceeding the number of hours specified in Chancellor’s Regulation C-175 governing per session activities requires prior approval.  The appropriate Per Session Supervisor must make the request via the Per Session Service System and receive approval before the person can begin working in the activity. Failure to obtain a valid waiver may result in the withholding of payment for hours worked beyond the maximum.


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