The Learning Coordinator is responsible for providing support and assistance to CSO Learning Department programs. This includes record keeping, rehearsal supervision, and weekly communications to students. The position interacts with students and serves as a point of contact.
The Coordinator will work an average of 10-15 hours per week and will not exceed 20 hours per week. These hours will fluctuate as needing during concert and special event weeks. Some remote, administrative work will be needed to carry out needs of the Department. The Coordinator will work with the Director of Learning to determine these hours as needed.
September through May: Weekly hours will typically be divided as follows:
- 4 hours on assigned Sunday afternoons for CSYO rehearsal
- 1-2 hours for creating, updating and sending weekly communications
- 4 hours administrative duties
- 1 hour for team meeting
June through August:
- 10 to 15 hours per week Monday – Friday. Scheduled hours can be flexible with prior approval from the Director of Learning.
- Provide operational and administrative support for the Learning Department
- Attend and carry out logistical needs for all CSYO rehearsals, including but not limited to rehearsal/concert set-up/tear-down, music library, communicating with students and parents, and assisting the ensemble conductor. (Rehearsal and performance locations vary within Greater Cincinnati)
- Supervise student musicians
- Assist with annual CSYO auditions held in August
- Maintain attendance records
- Other work-related duties as assigned
Reporting Relationship: The Coordinator reports to the Director of Learning.
- Previous experience in and passion for Music Education
- The ability to read music
- Familiarity with the culture of youth orchestras in combination with demonstrable experience working with music teachers and students from diverse backgrounds;
- Strong time management skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Social Media
- Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team and remain flexible in quick-changing circumstances;
- Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds.