Creative Arts Team Sound Thinking Project Manager

Creative Arts Team Sound Thinking Project Manager

Tuesday, 8 October 2019, 5.00pm

The Creative Arts Team (CAT) at the City University of New York seeks a Project Manager to support Sound Thinking NYC. Sound Thinking NYC is an out-of-school program for high school students to promote diverse representation in the music industry, with a focus on gender equity. By providing training in three-week summer intensive sessions for 100 students, leadership development, paid internships, college credit courses, and public programs for a wider audience, Sound Thinking NYC delivers a multi-faceted year-long program for high school students, with a focus on opening doors for young people, especially young women, to possible careers in New York’s music industry.

The Project Manager of Sound Thinking NYC reports directly to the Project Director, who is a part of CAT’s College and Adult Program (CAP). Along with the Project Director, the Program Manager will collaborate closely with the CAP Program Director, CAT’s Executive Director and additional CAT staff in delivering this program, which is now in its second year.

The program manager assists and collaborates with other team members, including part-time teacher actors. The program manager is involved in all aspects of program delivery and administration, which include development and delivery portions of the program related to content expertise, schedule program units, consultants and staff; research curriculum topics and potential speakers/educators; conduct marketing and outreach for public programs; support community building and retention of students; and supporting all administrative work. The Project Manager position is for immediate hire.

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