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Professional Development in Arts Education Project Coordinator

Title
Professional Development in Arts Education Project Coordinator
Location
District
Description
The PDAE Project Coordinator will work in support of the goals of the Professional Development in Arts Education. As Coordinator, this role will work to support grant structure, support the planning and launch of professional development, and meet grant reporting requirements.
Responsibilities:
● Build the structures (documents, schedules, timelines, etc.) needed to implement and manage the PDAE grant
● Further develop website presence, design additional features and content, maintain and publicize website as a digital portal for resources, communication and documentation
● With PDAE Content Coordinator, communicate with local arts community and participating educational institutions to secure partnership commitments, coordinate partnership logistics
● With Content Coordinator, map project outcomes to district improvement plans and school improvement plans
● With Content Coordinator, design data collection strategies to document standards-based outcomes across content areas and grade spans
● Work with Data Specialist to direct and support data-based grant expectations, especially as it applies to, and guides, academic outcomes indicators
● Develop and manage RFP for participating arts organizations
● Along with Content Coordinator and Grant Directors, work with interns on projects they are assigned
● Identify participating administrators and launch an arts Professional Learning Community for school administrators around the goals of the grant; update and communicate with all members
● Coordinate work with principal cohort and grant advisory board
● Coordinate selection process for cohort participants, year 2
● Engage leadership of four districts to announce professional development opportunities
● Complete required reports and documentation (yearly, quarterly) for grant
● Create a repository for grant-related materials
● Provide data and records as necessary and requested by NAPS/MCLA to complete reporting requirements
● Report to Project Directors on status of grant activities
● Other administrative tasks as assigned

The Committee's policy of nondiscrimination will extend to students, staff, the general public, and individuals with whom it does business; No person shall be excluded from or discriminated against in admission to a public school of any town or in obtaining the advantages, privileges, and courses of study of such public school on account of age, race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or homelessness
Requirements
This position is from March 1, 2019 – September 30, 2019 Time: (25-28 estimated hours per week)

Skills and Education Required/Preferred
● Experience with federal and/or state grant implementation
● Experience with project design, management and review
● Experience with website building, maintenance preferred
● Knowledge of arts and education in region preferred
● Strong organizational skills

Applications due by: February 22, 2019.
Start Date
3/1/2019
Salary
$29,155.00 pending grant funding
Contact Charlene Volff
Phone: 413-776-1458
Fax: 413-776-1685
cvolff@napsk12.org
37 Main Street, Suite 200, North Adams, MA 01247