Position Summary:

We are in search of a seasoned professional who has extensive experience teaching and working with children in a leadership role, focusing in the arts. The successful candidate will work under the direction of the Director of School and Neighborhood Partnerships and will assist in leading the vision, direction, and implementation of all East Bay Center programs within the WCCUSD and Community Centers. This will include designing and coordinating programs with schools and community sites, supervising staff and faculty, and administration of logistics and contracts. The incumbent will play a crucial role in the next phase of the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts’ development, in alignment with the recently updated strategic plan, and will be responsible for effective and ongoing managerial, administrative, and artistic/educational leadership duties at the Center. 


Position Summary: 

This role is the first point of contact for Center families and faculty and requires prompt attention and clear communication with all Center constituents. We are in search of an individual who has a passion for the role of the arts in social justice, youth, and community development. Extensive administrative and customer service experience, preferably serving youth in a non-profit and/or social services environment. The incumbent will have experience working in a fast paced, multi-cultural environment. Under the direction of the Instructional Music Specialist, the incumbent will be responsible for interfacing with students and families, coordinating private lessons and group class enrollments, schedule changes, payments, and supports Center programs and events. This role requires careful attention to detail, a varied work schedule, proactive communication, and problem solving with center staff and colleagues. Understanding of barriers to access, especially for low-income, English Language learners and underrepresented demographics in the Bay Area. 


Position Summary: East Bay Center for the Performing Arts is currently seeking enthusiastic, skilled and creative music teachers to join the School Partnerships team of In-School faculty for the 2020-2021 academic year. The Center partners with the West Contra Costa Unified School District to serve under-resourced elementary schools in Richmond by bringing music education into classrooms where it otherwise would not exist. We are currently planning for all classes to be taught in person. 

Ruthie Dineen

Managing Director