The Clay Studio: Education Coordinator

The Clay Studio: Education Coordinator

Ongoing Opportunity

The Education Coordinator (EC) is integral to the Education Department, including The Clay Studio School adult and on-site youth programs. The EC is responsible for the functioning and excellence of the above programs and achieving revenue and expense goals. Coordinates classes, workshops, and on-site youth programs to ensure the smooth running of all in-house educational programs. Communicates on behalf and represents The Clay Studio with sound judgment and diplomacy. The EC is customer-focused, detail orientated and dedicated to TCS’s mission to create the space, support, and inspiration necessary for expression and learning in the ceramic arts where all can flourish.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties and responsibilities of the EC are listed below, reflecting the tasks associated with their key competencies.

Coordinator day-to-day administrative operations of Educational Programs

 Consistently analyze areas for continuous improvement & growth for the Education Programs

Teaching Artists, Assistants, and Interns

Customer Focus & Effective Communication

Qualifications:

Work Schedule:
The Education Coordinator works on average 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm. The Education Coordinator is required to attend events outside of regular business hours. Example: First Fridays, Artist Lectures, Educational Workshops, etc.

Reporting Relationships:
The Education Coordinator reports to the Deputy Director on all matters related to the job description. Teaching Artists, Teaching Assistants, Summer Camp & Afterschool assistants report to the Education Coordinator.

Salary & Benefits

Send resume and cover letter to charity@theclaystudio.org. No phone calls, please. The Clay Studio will review applications immediately.

The Clay Studio is an equal opportunity employer. The Clay Studio values a diverse workplace and strongly encourages people of color, LGBTQIA+ individuals, people with disabilities, and members of ethnic minorities to apply.

Learn more about the Clay Studio here.

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