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Program Coordinator
Boston Children's Chorus
The Program Coordinator works with the Director of Artistic Programming to implement the activities associated with BCC’s 13 choir programs. The role implements general program administration, with a focus on singer and parent engagement, and the recruitment and evaluation processes. This position provides an opportunity for an individual with superior planning, communication, and relationship-building skills.

Administrative Duties 
•	Serve as the primary manager of BCC’s student database
•	Track student tuition and program fees
•	Provide support to BCC's neighborhood and centralized programs
•	Attend rehearsals, performances, retreats, and tours as needed

Singer and Parent Engagement 
•	Develop strong relationships with BCC children and families
•	Coordinate parent volunteer programs for concerts and weekly rehearsals
•	Manage weekly electronic communication with families
•	Create, organize, and disseminate all performance logistics to singers and families

Recruitment and Auditions 
•	Coordinate audition scheduling and logistics, both onsite and off
•	Organize and analyze audition results and communicate results to artistic staff
•	Compile and organize end-of-year evaluation materials

•	Assist Director of Artistic Programming in managing BCC’s evaluation process
•	Manage and produce regular reports to track, document, and measure program and community engagement progress
•	Examine program results and make change recommendations based on program needs
•	Plan BCC’s annual Concert Choir overnight trip
•	Manage all tour logistics

•	Bachelor’s degree and 2+ years of direct experience in non-profit administration, community organizing, community relations, or youth development
•	Exceptional attention to detail
•	Strong organizational and time management skills
•	Capable, independent, and self-motivated, with the ability to work in a fast-paced, changing environment
•	Demonstrated passion for working with diverse youths and families
•	Ability to work as a member of a team, as well as lead teams of children/youth, volunteers, and peers
•	Proven ability to successfully manage multiple aspects of large projects concurrently
•	Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including public speaking, presentation, and written skills
•	Strong administrative and computer skills required, in particular Excel, Word, and Constant Contact
•	Commitment to BCC’s mission and values of quality, diversity, respect, responsibility, and social justice
•	Knowledge of child development and group leadership a plus
•	Working knowledge of Boston community or education system a plus

•	The position requires evening and weekend hours
•	The position sometimes requires lifting a piano keyboard and amp

The Boston Children’s Chorus offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
Boston Children's Chorus
Boston Children's Chorus
Job Details
Boston, MA 02127
Employment Status
Project Management, Administration
POST DATE: 02.13.2020
Boston Children's Chorus
Robbie Jacobs

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