Program Coordinator


Los Angeles, CA

Program Coordinator, Classroom Studio

P.S. ARTS is dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing arts education to underserved public schools and communities.

Location: 40% at P.S. ARTS Office, Los Angeles; 60% at school sites

Schedule: Office Hours 9AM – 5PM, some nights and weekends

Salary Range: $24/hour

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability, 401k (unmatched) and FSA eligible


The Program Coordinator (‘Coordinator’) is responsible for the coordination, implementation, and maintenance of P.S. ARTS programs and community outreach activities in assigned school districts. The Coordinator works under the guidance of the Senior Program Manager to ensure program and partnership quality, provide faculty support, and contribute to program budget development and tracking. The Coordinator acts as the primary liaison for faculty, school site administrators and personnel, and program partners in assigned districts.

- Coordinate school-site logistics, including scheduling, processing partnership agreements and other essential documents, and monitoring program quality and efficiency for assigned P.S. ARTS school districts:
- Serve as a liaison for partner school administrators, school site personnel, faculty in the assigned district(s), and other community partners;
- Actively participate in community building in and across our partner schools;
- Under the direction, draft district budgets and track spending;
- Contribute to midyear and annual performance reviews for faculty in assigned districts;
- Payroll – timesheet and hour tracking for faculty in assigned districts;
- Monitor faculty compliance with P.S. ARTS policies and expectations, including curriculum documentation, instruction, and evaluation protocols;
- Assist the Advancement department with grant applications and reports as requested;
This position involves assisting in hiring, evaluation, and supervision of Teaching Artists.

Please note this description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change in response to organization needs at the discretion of the CEO.

- 2+ years of experience in arts or general education, as a teacher or administrator
- Strong administrative and communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to work with and oversee a multi-disciplinary team
- An attention to detail with experience reading and maintaining a budget
- Familiarity or practice in an arts discipline
- Bilingual in Spanish/English, strongly preferred

- Lift, push, pull or carry supplies, equipment, instruments or classroom furniture up to 40lbs.
- Bend, twist, reach, stand and/or sit for long periods of time.
- View LCD screens for long periods of time.
- Frequent work with video equipment and comfort with recording and/or being recorded.
- Travel and attend meetings and events outside of your worksite, which may require the occasional use of a motor vehicle for transportation to other locations. Due to responsibilities requiring travel to locations not easily accessible by public transportation, driving may be an essential job responsibility for this position. Mileage reimbursement is provided.

Please submit a cover letter and resume by 4/1/2022.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled. Phone and in-person interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis.


P.S. ARTS is dedicated to better reflect the communities we serve. P.S. ARTS is actively taking steps to meet our commitment to diversity and to building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and ages. We especially encourage members of historically underrepresented communities to apply for this position, including women, people of color, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities. P.S. ARTS supports and will provide reasonable accommodation to ensure the application process is accessible to candidates who require additional accommodation. P.S. ARTS is committed to the development of knowledge, resources, and actions in a manner that recognizes individuals and communities need different resources and levels of support to have equal opportunities for success.

COVID-19 considerations:
The P.S. ARTS office is temporarily remote. COVID-19 vaccination is required. Any work required to be done in-office will follow safety precautions in accordance with P.S. ARTS' COVID-19 Prevention Program and state guidelines.

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