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Director of Arts EngagementCommunity Engagement
Senior (5+ yrs exp)
We believe that experiencing and utilizing certain tools from theatre can be transformational for students, teachers, and families and we are always looking for new and innovative ways to explore those interactions.
The Director of Arts Engagement will create and manage programs that can holistically work together to open new doors to creativity through theatre-based activities that encourage direct participation in art making, use our art form as a tool to address community responsive issues and in-school programmatic priorities, and engage our Silicon Valley neighbors with every aspect of our institution. Another key focus will be the development and implementation of Community Engagement programs designed to strengthen TheatreWorks’ partnerships with culturally diverse community organizations and individuals.
The Director of Arts Engagement will be dedicated to making TheatreWorks truly accessible and responsive through programs that are fun, participatory, innovative, and multigenerational.
Community Education ManagerEducation/Program
Mid (2-5 yrs exp)
Come grow with us! Red Mountain Theatre is moving to a new, leading edge Arts Campus and looking to grow our team!
Are you a:
- Creative innovator with passion for how the arts can transform the lives of young people and the community?
- Dynamic self-starter who wants to make connections and build lasting relationships?
- Strategic thinker who is also meticulous with details and is excited about getting programs up and running?
As a Tony Award winning Broadway Producer and more than 40-year-old regional theatre, RMT is seeking an energetic, versatile individual for the position of Community Education Manager to support our mission of creating powerful theatre experiences that enrich, educate, and engage audiences – nourishing the human spirit, fostering valuable life skills, and cultivating a deeper sense of community.
The Community Education Manager is responsible for representing the organization and its services both to artists and the community at large.
The Community Education Manager strategically identifies and cultivates revenue-producing and non-revenue producing opportunities in order to enrich RMT’s engagement with the community.
- 5 years teaching and/or administration of programs for young people (or comparable experience)
- Strong communication, interpersonal, and sales skills
- Proactive self-starter with strategic tenacity
- Strong attention to detail and follow up skills
- Ability to prioritize, identify critical issues and work towards results
- Ability to work with multiple organizations and vendors proactively and professionally
Email: email@example.com with “Community Education Manager Position” in the subject line and include the following materials: resume, sample curriculum plan with at least 3 lessons, and creative pitch letter to a Birmingham-based community organization or school about RMT education programming using information from the web and public information sources.
No phone calls please.