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Details: Part-time 10hrs/wk, salaried, non-exempt, remote or onsite position; occasional weekend/evening work required as needed for concerts and special events
Salary: $22-$24/hr, contingent upon experience
Reports to: Executive Director
Education Program Management (60%)
Plan concerts and outreach programs, including but not limited to: Discovery Concert Series and Mentorship Program, as well as outreach chamber concerts including Kids’ Classical Concerts, Senior Serenades, Family Concerts, Pueblo Chamber Concerts, and Symphony del Sur Concerts
Serve as primary contact with Santa Fe Public School systems, private schools, pueblo schools, and homeschool groups, etc. and coordinate scheduling in collaboration with the Community Education Committee(CEC)
Serve as venue contact with host schools including coordinating production needs
Meet with and help coordinate CEC volunteers prior to outreach performances
Invite and track RSVPs from public officials to experience music education programs
Coordinate program assessment and feedback forms / surveys, measure and evaluate student responses to outreach programs in order to gauge tangible impact
Develop strong relationships with area public and private music educators on all levels, CEC members, and community leaders. Work with this group to maximize the effectiveness of the area’s music education resources at all levels
Seek collaborative opportunities with other local and national organizations
In conjunction with Executive Director and Community Education Committee members, analyze the scope and success of existing Santa Fe Symphony education programs and recommend changes, expansion, and new programs
Researches foundations and grant opportunities
Writes proposals using templates or verbiage from Executive Director
Maintains detailed timelines of grant deadlines
Submits requests to staff for support materials
Works closely with Development staff and Executive Director to report grant activities to the Board
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A bachelor’s degree or 3 years of relevant experience required
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Experience managing multi-phase projects and administrative tasks
Ability to problem-solve and adapt to changing circumstances and priorities
Ability to meet deadlines in an efficient manner
Ability to maintain a positive, professional attitude at all times
Experience effectively delegating tasks to volunteers and colleagues
Additional Salary Information: contingent upon experience
About The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus
The Symphony is a bold and successful collaboration between musicians and all who appreciate live performance. The organization in typical seasons performs 11-12 subscription concerts and three to four free community concerts annually. Our legacy of musical excellence goes hand-in-hand with our longstanding commitment to providing no-cost cultural outreach programs for the greater Santa Fe community. These initiatives include free concerts at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, a variety of music education performances, and mentoring within the public schools, and performances at retirement homes and senior centers.
The Symphony’s orchestra is comprised of more than 50 tenured professional musicians from Central and Northern New Mexico. The size of the orchestra is expanded with guest professional musicians when required by the programming. The Symphony’s chorus is a volunteer ensemble of more than 60 singers, augmented by 12 paid professional vocalists, all of whom live in the Santa Fe area. The Board is currently comprised of 15 donor members and five musician members. The administrative staff totals six individuals.