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Title Part-Time Instructors
Categories Community, Culture, Education
Salary Part-Time
Location Flushing NY
Job Information

Part-Time Instructors 

botanical-logoQueens Botanical Garden is an urban oasis where people, plants and cultures are celebrated through inspiring gardens, innovative educational programs and demonstrations of environmental stewardship. The Queens Botanical Garden (QBG) is a private non-profit cultural institution located on 39 acres of New York City public land in Flushing, New York. The Garden serves nearly 200,000 visitors each year; a visitor survey reveals that 75% of all visitors speak a language other than English at home. This astounding fact underscores the importance of the Garden’s mission and the challenges and opportunities it faces daily in creating programs, exhibits and landscapes that serve the needs of one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the nation. The Garden has committed itself to addressing the complex and ever changing needs of its diverse community and to being the place where people, plants and cultures meet.

 

The Education Department of Queens Botanical Garden offers public events, school workshops and teacher training programs throughout the year expressing QBG’s mission of cultural connection to plants and ecological sustainability.

Part Time Instructors are sought for opportunities to teach classes, provide programs and offer tours. Instructors are being engaged to fulfill educational opportunities both at the Queens Botanical Garden and at other locations.

He/She is responsible for all aspects of the program—from preparing materials to teaching the class to breaking down after the class. This position is subject to seasonal changes in volume of workshops.

 

Examples of opportunities are as follows:

  • On-site environmental workshops & tours for various groups
  • Off-site programs in schools or at other community facilities
  • On-site green building and landscape tours
  • Off-site programs for children, families, clubs, etc. at neighborhood festivals, street fairs, holiday events, etc.
  • On-site weekend programs and workshops
  • Special events such as Arbor Fest and Harvest Fest
  • Teacher training classes
  • ‘How to Garden’ classes

 

Requirements: 

– Bachelor’s degree in education, science or a related field. Master’s a plus

– Two years related experience

– Must have knowledge of botany, environmental studies, ethnobotany or life sciences

– Experience and sensitivity working with varied populations

– Must be able to work with large groups of children and adults in an outdoor setting

– Outgoing personality and enthusiastic attitude

– Excellent communication and organizational abilities

– Flexible hours, including weekend and evening availability

 

We seek candidates with strengths in one or more of various specialties including the following: 

– Green infrastructure and sustainable landscaping knowledge

– Science practices, including general science content and controlled experiments

– Gardening knowledge

– Awareness of local environmental issues

Driver’s license, a plus. Department of Education fingerprinting, a plus.

 

To apply, please put “Part Time Instructor” in the subject line and email resume and cover letter to ggurman@queensbotanical.org . No calls please.

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Title Community Assistant
Categories Administration, Community, Government, Public Policy
Salary $35,000
Location Flushing NY
Job Information

CITY OF NEW YORK
Queens Community Board #7

CITYWIDE JOB VACANCY NOTICE
Civil Service Title: Community Assistant
Title Code No: 56056
Division/Work Unit: Queens Community Board #7
Number of Positions: 1
Hours/Shift: Full Time

JOB DESCRIPTION
Level:
Salary: $35,000/yr.
All paid benefits
Employee will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following:
• Work with Committee Chairs to set up meetings for standing committees.
• Complaint resolution, e.g. correspondence with 311 and similar City Agencies.
• Standard office-related duties such as filing, sorting and distributing mail,
copying, scanning, updating and accessing both paper and electronic files.
• Create and maintain rapport with local entities (City and Government Agencies).
• Must attend day/evening meetings, take, transcribe and distribute minutes.
• Participation in staff team meetings.
• Order and monitoring all office billing for equipment & supplies via the city.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. High School graduate and 5 years’ experience required for this position.
2. Candidates must be able to understand and be understood in English. For certain
assignments, the ability to speak a foreign language may be required. (See below).
3. For certain assignments, the ability to perform specific physical tasks may be required.

PREFERRED SKILLS
• Working knowledge of office equipment (personal computer, fax machine,
scanner, copier, multi-line telephone, postage machine, etc.).
• Working knowledge of MS Windows, Internet and MS Office (Word, Publisher
and Excel).
• The ability to work with a very diverse group of people; comfortable talking to
and interacting with others; excellent written and oral skills; professionalism and
courtesy.
• Ability to work without supervision in case of absence of supervisor(s) when
necessary.
• Excellent organizational skills a must.

TO APPLY, PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME TO:
Marilyn McAndrews, District Manager
Queens Community Board #7
133-32 41sr Road Suite 3-B
Flushing, NY 11355
All resumes must be sent via mail. Certified Return Receipt is required.
(No Phone Calls Please)

POSTDATE:

POST UNTIL:
Filled

JVN#:
2016-013-0054
October 24, 2016
The City of New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
New York City Residency Required.

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Title Community Organizer
Categories Administration, Business, Community, Public Policy
Salary Internship
Location Flushing NY
Job Information

Community Organizer

 

FlushingLogo-2000The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce is seeking a Communications Associate who will commit to working a minimum of twenty hours a week. Exact days and times of work are flexible. The Associate will have the opportunity to contribute to all of the Flushing Chamber’s work, but will focus on specific projects including: developing and implementing a community outreach and engagement strategy for the Flushing Chamber, coordinating placemaking initiatives that bring people together, and managing volunteers. The Associate will also be responsible for other office tasks, as needed.

 

Responsibilities:

 

  1. Build & Implement Community Outreach Strategy (40%)
  • Generate and implement a 12-month outreach plan to recruit and retain members, volunteers, and supporters for the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce.
  • Document and create profiles of members that can be used to promote the diversity of our community as well as promote the amazing businesses and the people behind them.

 

  1. Community Management (40%)
  • Conduct outreach and manage volunteers for community projects, with a focus on local residents and businesses.
  • Develop a system for managing and keeping track of members, volunteers, and supporters.

 

  1. General Office Support and Administration (20%)
  • Participate in Flushing Chamber’s overall strategy and program development.
  • Contribute to office event management and general community outreach.
  • Perform various administrative office tasks as directed.

 

Qualifications:

  1. Excellent oral and written communication skills (bilingual ability preferred).
  2. Demonstrated interest in public policy, advocacy and community development.
  3. Strong command of Microsoft Office, web-based and social media applications.
  4. Flexibility and willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends for special events.
  5. Positive attitude and ability to work cooperatively in a diverse team environment.
  6. Interest in working within a mission-driven nonprofit organization serving the local community.

 

Compensation & Benefits: Associates are unpaid. College credits may apply. Monthly MetroCard provided.

 

To Apply: Please send resumes to John@FlushingChamber.NYC with the subject “Community Organizer.”

 

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Title Market Manager
Categories Administration, Business, Community, Culture
Salary $16/hr
Location Flushing NY
Job Information

Market Manager

grownyc2016 Seasonal Market Manager Positions
Market Managers are Greenmarket’s representatives to the public. On a daily basis, they work to build healthy communities and create an environment where local farmers can sell their products and keep their farms viable. Throughout the season, market managers gain exceptional access to New York’s food and farming community.

The market manager position is seasonal, and is comprised of 3 equally important components – operations, promotions and managing the Healthy Exchange (EBT- Electronic Benefits Transfer/SNAP- Food Stamps) program at market. The operations aspect of this position includes rules enforcement, paperwork, meeting deadlines, and overseeing the physical layout of outdoor farmers’ markets. The promotional aspect of this position includes both at-market promotions and neighborhood outreach. The Healthy Exchange aspect of the position includes selling tokens to EBT and Debit/Credit customers, collecting tokens from farmers, and at-
market and in-office paperwork and accounting. We are searching for outgoing, decisive, flexible, organized early-risers who can multi-task. A thorough understanding of seasonal, local food and growing practices is beneficial.

Market Manager’s Responsibilities

 

  • Enforce Greenmarket rules and regulations.

    ● Determine farmer truck and tent locations according to market layout.

    ● Complete daily reports and other market paperwork by assigned deadlines.

    ● Plan and conduct cooking demonstrations and other at-market promotional events.

    ● Perform outreach in the local community to promote markets, and the use of EBT/Food Stamps at the market.

    ● Perform EBT and debit/credit transactions at market and maintain accurate records of those transactions using Greenmarket reporting platforms.

    ● Communicate and maintain relationships with customers, community leaders, park employees, local merchants, construction personnel, outside vendors, politicians, and others , while representing Greenmarket.

    ● Attend weekly meetings in the office and regularly communicate with supervisors regarding markets.

    ● Set up and maintain an electronic market plan for the season, prepare maps/layouts of markets, and maintain list of market contacts.

    ● Resolve conflict in the market as it arises, between farmers, customers, and the public.

Requirements Requirements

● Work outdoors, standing and walking for extended periods of time (up to 12 hours in a day), sometimes in extreme temperatures.

● Transport heavy/bulky items and equipment

● Work in a potentially noisy environment.

• Work weekends and holidays; especially Saturdays.

• Be willing to obtain a valid Department of Health’s Food Protection Certificate within the first month of being hired.

• Many positions require a valid driver’s license and willingness to drive a cargo van.

• Some positions require proficiency in Spanish, Chinese, or other languages.

Agriculture is seasonal in New York, and so is the job of a Greenmarket market manager. Full and part time positions are available and we will be hiring on a rolling basis beginning immediately. Market managers will attend an initial training and positions generally run from mid-May through November or December. Full-time positions will be 35-40 hours/week. High season requires dedication and means that requests for time off (other than sick) cannot be easily accommodated. Some positions will transition from part time to full time as the season progresses. Hours for part-time positions may vary.

The Market Manager position currently pays $14/hour and includes only statutory benefits. On May 1, 2016 this position’s salary will be raised to $16/hr. For additional information, please see our website at http://www.GrowNYC.org. Submit cover letter, resume

and three references to Chelsea Whittaker, jobs@greenmarket.grownyc.org. Combine all submissions into one PDF and write “Market Manager” in the subject line. Please also include where you heard about the position in your cover letter and indicate if you are looking for a part-time and/or full-time position. Interviews will be on a rolling basis and positions will be filled as they become available. GrowNYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Greenmarket Organization

Greenmarket is a program of GrowNYC, a NYC-based non-profit organization. Greenmarket’s mission is to promote regional agriculture and ensure a continuing supply of fresh local produce for New Yorkers. Greenmarket supports farmers and preserves farmland for the future by providing regional, small family farmers with opportunities to sell their fruits, vegetables and other farm products to New Yorkers.

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Title Instructor
Salary Part-Time
Location Flushing NY
Job Information

BricksLogoPrimaryInstructors Needed

Bricks 4 Kidz is Hiring! We are an innovative educational program teaching children! Great position for Students pursuing an education degree, Retired Teachers, Teachers returning to work, or stay home mum etc.

Have fun while making a tremendous impact on kids, as they learn Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, in a fun and engaging way! We train you how to build, read model plans, and work with the different technologies that we work with, you bring the experience in working with kids in an educational environment!

We are currently looking for instructors for our Hands-on after school programs. After school classes run between 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM Monday – Friday. Must be available to work between the hours of 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm. This is a part time position and could be 4 to 5 days a week with approximately a 2-3 hr. time frame each day.

After School Programs take place at several elementary and middle schools throughout the Queens Area. This is for you, if you enjoy working with children aged 4 – 14 and need a part time position. Hours can vary from 10 – 25 hours per week. Position has potential to increase in hours as we continue to grow. Job is flexible enough to work around another job. There will be opportunities for increased hours during the weekends

Requirements

  • Have experience and enjoy working with children ages 4-14
  • Must have reliable transportation to travel to different elementary school locations is necessary
  • Be on time and have an excellent work ethic
  • Must have great organization skills
  • Be able to complete administrative tasks, and follow lesson plans
  • Enjoy math & science concepts
  • Must be able to pass a background check through the NYC DOE and Finger Printing through NYC DOE / NYC DOH
  • Have 2 or more years of experience working with children in a classroom or daycare setting.
  • Experienced with classroom management with class sizes up to 20 students
  • Must be available to work between the hours of 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM at least 3 days a week if not all 5 days a week.

You MUST have your own personal reliable Vehicle for this position. To apply e-mail your resume to avarma@bricks4kidz.com 

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Title Communications Associate
Categories Administration, Business, Communications, Community, Public Policy
Salary Internship
Location Flushing NY
Job Information

CFlushingLogo-2000ommunications Associate

The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce is seeking a Communications Associate who will commit to working a minimum of twenty hours a week. Exact days and times of work are flexible. The Associate will have the opportunity to contribute to all of the Flushing Chamber’s work, but will focus on specific projects including: developing and implementing a communications strategy for the Flushing Chamber, managing and expanding our online presence, and coordinating major special events. The Associate will also be responsible for other office tasks, as needed.

Responsibilities:

  1. Build & Implement Communications Strategy (40%)
  • Generate and implement a 12-month communications plan to expand outreach and awareness of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce, our programs and services, and achievements to our members, sponsors, and general public.
  • Review and upgrade the Flushing Chamber’s branding and media kit.
  1. Manage Website & Social Media Platforms (30%)

Coordinate and expand the Flushing Chamber’s online presence, including, but not limited to:

  • Implement innovative strategies to expand the capacity and audience of our website and social media channels.
  • Utilize social media for networking and fundraising by expanding or establishing our presence on Indiegogo, Facebook, Twitter, Meetup, Instagram, Pinterest, and other platforms.
  1. Event Coordination and Planning (20%)

Assist with planning and coordinating outreach (including sponsorships, logistics, and program development) for upcoming events and programs, including:

  • Draft media advisories and news releases for upcoming events and programs.
  • Managing and drafting campaigns on our Mailchimp (or Constant Contact) email distribution platform.
  1. General Office Support and Administration (10%)
  • Participate in the Flushing Chamber’s overall strategy and program development.
  • Contribute to regular event management, general community outreach, and office intake.
  • Perform various administrative office tasks as directed.

Qualifications:

  1. Excellent oral and written communication skills (bilingual ability preferred).
  2. Demonstrated interest in public policy, advocacy and community development.
  3. Strong command of Microsoft Office, web-based and social media applications.
  4. Flexibility and willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends for special events.
  5. Positive attitude and ability to work cooperatively in a diverse team environment.
  6. Interest in working within a mission-driven nonprofit organization serving the local community.

Compensation & Benefits: Associates are unpaid. College credits may apply. Monthly MetroCard provided.

To Apply: Please send resumes to John@FlushingChamber.NYC with the subject “Communications Associate.”

 

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Title Research Associate
Categories Administration, Business, Community, Finance, Public Policy
Salary Internship
Location Flushing NY
Job Information

Research Associate

FlushingLogo-2000The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce is seeking a Research Associate who will commit to working a minimum of twenty hours a week.  Exact days and times of work are flexible. The Associate will have the opportunity to contribute to all of the Flushing Chamber’s work, but will focus on specific projects including: the Flushing Commercial District Needs Assessment (CDNA) research project, public policy analyses of issues affecting the Flushing community, and resource development for the Flushing Chamber. The intern will also be responsible for other office tasks, as needed.

 

Responsibilities:

 

  1. Community Needs Assessment Research (60%)

Assist with researching and writing for One Flushing’s Community Needs Assessment report.

  • Design and implement a survey of Flushing’s business community.
  • Conduct scholarship-based research on topics which may include: Flushing’s history, immigration patterns, business demographics, New York City laws and regulations affecting the Flushing community, etc.
  • Conduct research via community interviews, media sources, and primary data.
  • Draft report sections as directed.

 

  1. Grant Writing and Fundraising Research (20%)

Assist with grant writing and fundraising research avenues.

  • Implement innovative strategies in advancing the Flushing Chamber’s fundraising goals.
  • Conduct research for potential funding sources to expand organization’s capacity to serve community.
  • Assist in drafting funding proposals.

 

  1. Flushing Tour Development (20%)
  • Develop overall strategy and program development for “Flushing Underground” project.
  • Research funding opportunities, potential stakeholders, and community resources for project.
  • Draft and submit funding applications for project.

 

Qualifications:

  1. Excellent oral and written communication skills (bilingual ability preferred).
  2. Demonstrated interest in public policy, advocacy and community development.
  3. Strong command of Microsoft Office, web-based and social media applications.
  4. Flexibility and willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends for special events.
  5. Positive attitude and ability to work cooperatively in a diverse team environment.
  6. Interest in working within a mission-driven nonprofit organization serving the local community.

 

Compensation & Benefits: Summer associates are unpaid. College credits may apply. Monthly MetroCard provided.

 

To Apply: Please send resumes to John@FlushingChamber.NYC with the subject “Research Associate.”

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Title Counsel, Occupier Services
Categories Business, Real Estate
Salary Competitive
Location Chicago, IL
Job Information

cushmanwakefieldJOB TITLE: Counsel, Occupier Services

PURPOSE OF THE JOB

Serve as legal counsel for C&W’s global Occupier Services practice, providing both hands-on support and oversight of outside counsel. Duties include responding to RFPs for various service lines and providing transition services and contract negotiations including: master services agreements, engagement letters, co-broker agreements, confidentiality agreements, real estate services agreements, and vendor agreements. Will also serve as legal counsel for ordinary and special business activities for global pursuits.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Retain a full understanding of the Occupier Services service line from both a business and legal perspective
  • Reviewing, drafting and negotiating various Master Services Agreements (MSAs) and related documents
  • Collaborate with various other departments at C&W (including Finance, HR, IT, Risk Management, EH&S, etc.) in responding to national/global RFPs
  • Provide legal counsel on a variety of topics related to Occupier Services
  • Exercise sound business judgment and discretion on a daily basis and manage risk accordingly

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE

  • Law degree and Bar admission required
  • 3+  years’ legal experience in commercial real estate and/or professional services environment working with commercial and service contracts
  • Outstanding oral and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Critical and analytical thinker
  • Excellent comprehension skills
  • Ability to manage multiple, concurrent projects in high pressure, fast-paced environment
  • Quick learner who can operate with minimal supervision

Contact: Hanna Kim Yoon, fellows@netkal.org

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Title APEC Front Office Coordinator/ Social Media Coordinator
Categories Administration, Communications, Community, Culture
Salary 30,000
Location Queens, NY
Job Information

APECAPEC Front Office Coordinator/ Social Media Coordinator

Alley Pond Environmental Center, located at 228-06 Northern Blvd, Douglaston, NY 11362, seeks a full-time employee to fulfill the Front Office Coordinator position.

Candidates should have experience in reception work and dealing with the public. The right candidate will have registration/membership computer skills (Microsoft OS). Knowledge of HTML coding and social media platforms is a plus. Willingness to be around live animals is required.

Full-time work hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday with occasional evening and weekends.

The salary for this position is $30,000.  As a full-time employee you will qualify for health insurance, dental insurance and TIAA-CREF retirement plan. Alley Pond Environmental Center is an equal-opportunity employer.

Please note: there will be a brief training period as a per-diem employee.  Full-time position potentially to begin in mid-August to early September.

If you wish to apply, please send a resume and completed employment application to Irene V. Scheid at ischeid@alleypond.com.

HOURS: Full-time Monday through Friday 9-5 includes occasional weekend days and evenings.

REPORT TO: Executive Director

QUALIFICATIONS: excellent speaking and writing skills; excellent people skills; excel at record keeping; proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel & Publisher; familiar with various social media platforms; working knowledge of basic HTML coding a plus

RESPONSIBILITIES:

General:  Public Relations, Visitor Orientation, Reception, Telephone, Computer Data Entry, Cashier, Social Media Coordinator, webmaster, Online Registration System Administrator

Specific:

  1. Responsible for opening and closing procedures for building.
  1. Answer all phone calls properly and provide complete & accurate information. Refer questions to proper staff/voice mail.
  1. Greet visitors & welcome them to APEC. Greet teachers and school staff as they arrive for trips. Give a brief introduction to APEC. Direct visitors to appropriate program areas. Familiar with all programs; can answer basin questions.
  1. Receive payments and maintain log book of daily income and all program books. Balance daily income at end of day.
  1. Phone and in-person registration of people/teachers for programs by signing them into proper spaces in computer and program books/class trip book. Keep accounts of all fees and deposits paid by each person for each program. Generate all necessary class lists and emergency forms, both weekly and quarterly.
  1.  Manage registration & membership program as administrator. Enter programs into registration system. Monitor registrations and submit daily log of payments and their accounting codes to the bookkeeper. Forward all information regarding membership to the membership associate. Train staff to use registration program and assist public with questions regarding the public online registration portal.
  1. Maintain all social media for organization. Compile content for & send weekly e-blasts. Coordinate on-line fundraisers.        Monitor information and events to other event/organization sites.
  1. Code updates for website and keep information accurate and up to date (quarterly and as needed). Update Google       Calendar with all programs (which appear on website homepage).
  1. Manage Office Supplies and Maintenance/Animal Care Supplies. Arrange for ordering supplies. Price compare when necessary.
  1. Coordinate aspects of APEC fundraisers such as Gala, Annual Campaign and other special events
  1. Collect and generate content for quarterly newsletter/program guide, TIDINGS. Submit to and work with printer to have it printed in timely fashion. Design promotional fliers and handouts as needed.
  1. Generate press releases and send out monthly.
  1. Liaison to APEC printer.

OTHER: Tasks as assigned

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Title Cidery Internships
Salary Internship
Location Geneva, NY 14456
Job Information

The Empire Cider Company LLC (“ECC”) is now seeking best-in-class talent for part-time, paid cider-making internships. ECC is a premium craft hard cider company whose ciders are produced exclusively from Finger Lakes region apples.

ECC recently moved to the Technology Farm in Geneva, NY to create The Cider Lab for cider research & development and 5-gallon batch production, and the Empire Cider Center for 100-500 gallon batch production, bottling and storage.

Our facility supports our company’s growth and is a cider venture incubator for others that will drive innovation, higher quality standards and expectations in the hard cider segment resulting in job creation and economic growth in the Finger Lakes region.

Interns will report directly to ECC’s Chief Cidermaker, Rob Deignan, an experienced professional wine and cider maker, and a graduate of the FLCC-Viticulture program. Common Intern duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting daily in managing, monitoring, analyzing and recording cidermaking trials
  • Managing fermenter Brix and Temp tracking and general quality checks
  • Organizing inventory, data management and distribution of information
  • Preparing and maintaining regulatory reports and records relating to operations
  • Preparing special ingredient additions
  • Using small batch cider processing equipment and small batch lab equipment
  • Assisting receipt and pressing fruit in collaboration with Cornell Pilot Plant
  • Maintaining high level of cleanliness and sanitation
  • Other tasks requested by Chief Cidermaker and/or ECC management

Compensation will be $15-20/hour with benefits depending on experience and performance of duties. College credit available. ECC is an equal opportunity employer. Previous experience in and/or pursuit of an education in a wine or cider related degree program (Enology, Microbiology, Chemistry), is a plus. Background check required. All interns must sign agreements covering confidentiality, proprietary technology and work product ownership. Successful interns may be offered full-time employment.

For more information, please send a cover letter and resume to Rob Deignan, Chief Cidermaker (rdeignan@frontiernet.net) and James Chuck, Principal (jpctag@gmail.com).

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Title Education Administrator
Categories Administration, Communications, Community, Culture, Education
Location Flushing NY
Job Information

Education Administrator Position

Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts (FCCA), located at the historic Flushing Town Hall in Queens, NY seeks a part-time (3 days) Education Administrator to assist with the general operations of the department. Reporting directly to the Director of Education & Public Programs, s/he will maintain payment records with schools, track budgets, and help coordinate school & family programming.

 Process and maintain records of payments for school programs and payment of teaching artists

 Track and manage budgets for all school programs, including: school shows & residencies

 Assist with logistics for school residencies, school shows and family programs

 Assist with the monthly e-newsletter, professional development workshops and other tasks as needed

 Attend PTA meetings, conferences, workshops, and fairs as needed on behalf of FCCA Education

 Stay informed with new policies in the arts and education

 Bachelor’s Degree in arts education, or related field, Master’s a plus

 Minimum 1 year of relevant experience in the field of arts education and administration

 Familiar with the payment system through the DOE

 Knowledge of education learning standards (NYC Blueprint, Common Core, National Standards)

 Comfortable interacting with teachers, school administrators, and teaching artists

 Strong organizational skills

 Ability to juggle multiple projects at the same time

 Proficiency of Microsoft Office (Excel–a must)

 Multilingual skills a plus (Mandarin, Korean, Spanish, etc.)

 Passionate about Arts Education

 Cover letter that outlines how your background and expertise will fit in with our programs

 Contact information and relationship for 3 references

For consideration, please submit materials to Gabrielle Hamilton, Director of Education & Public Programs, via email at ghamilton@flushingtownhall.org with “Education Administrator” in the subject line. No phone call or mail submissions. FCCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

About Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts (FCCA):

FCCA was founded in 1979 to present diverse arts from all over the world, to contribute to the revitalization of Flushing, Queens, and to foster an intercultural exchange through the arts.  In the 1990s FCCA acquired and renovated historic Flushing Town Hall (1862 Historic Landmark) on behalf of NYC, and operates the building as a thriving multi-disciplinary arts center, presenting music, dance, theater, visual arts and film.  FCCA is a member of NYC’s Cultural Institutions Group (CIG), and a Smithsonian Affiliate.  For more information, please visit:  www.flushingtownhall.org/

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