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Assemble’s Monthly Programs Coordinator is responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing programs such as Unblurred, Youth Maker Nights, Learning Parties, and 21+ Nights. This job does require regular Friday and Saturday availability. Each Friday of the month houses a specific monthly event:
- The Unblurred Gallery Program is one of Assemble’s longest-standing programs, providing a touchpoint with over 200 people a month.
- Youth Maker Night serves as a time for middle school youth to make and create alongside guest experts.
- Learning Parties are monthly events for the whole family to engage in with an array of guest experts from organizations and companies.
- 21+ Nights are another way for Assemble to engage adults through making and exploration
Though typically in-person, these programs have the opportunity to be explored as virtual events as needed. The Monthly Programs Coordinator is the lead liaison with guest experts for their programs. This role is a community builder as well as a connector to many communities such as artists, technologists, makers, corporations, organizations, academic departments, and hobbyists. This person will also work with fellow Assemble teachers to integrate guests into other programs. They are responsible for the logistics, creative theming aspects of, and overall success of our monthly programs.
In addition to monthly programs coordination, this person will teach two days a week throughout the school year and teach summer programs as needed. Assemble Teachers are responsible for planning and delivering STEAM-based programs. They actively engage to build a culture of making and inquiry. They work with and report back to the In-House Program Manager (IHPM) on Assemble’s current in house program offerings and our Off-Site Programs Manager (OSPM) for any contracted programs. Teaching assignments include in house and off-site programs as well as outreach opportunities. All staff are expected to help expand the organization’s capacity to fulfill its mission and vision. They also are expected to work collaboratively with all staff as needed.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, 3 references (including most recent supervisor), copies of all required clearances, and a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59 pm, EST Monday, April 4. Assemble will continue interviewing until the position is filled. No phone calls, please. Please send questions to email@example.com.