About Our Organization
Over the past five years, the Peabody Institute has been repositioning itself within the world of music conservatories, its home community of Baltimore, and within the multi-faceted framework of the renowned Johns Hopkins University, with which it has been affiliated since the late 1970s. Peabody has embarked on a stimulating period of growth, focused on excellence, innovation, and leading the way in adapting to the changes in the American and international classical music landscape.
Today, Peabody is building on its rich history of professional music training at the highest level and has developed a vision for the role of the 21st century artist in our society and the training required for musicians and dancers to meet the new realities and opportunities of their role. Peabody's history, tradition, and pedigree, coupled with its forward looking view and commitment to challenge traditional assumptions, allow it to take on the real work of what it means to prepare artists for a world that is constantly changing. Peabody's vision for the future connects directly to its founding 160 years ago as a cultural center for the region that celebrated the role of music, art, letters, and discourse.
Reporting to and under the general direction of the Associate Dean for Innovation, Interdisciplinary Partnerships, and Community Initiatives with a dotted line to the Director of Peabody Conservatory LAUNCHPad, the full-time Manager of Community Partnerships is responsible for supporting existing and new community partnerships connected to the Institute, as well as academic programs and projects with a focus on community engagement.
As a member of the Conservatory LAUNCHPad team, the Manager of Community Partnerships teaches, mentors, and manages community-based learning opportunities embedded in and emanating from the Breakthrough Curriculum. In the Office of Community Partnerships, the Manager is responsible for building relationships and programs both within the Baltimore community and beyond to advance Peabody's institutional vision for community engagement.
Job Qualifications & Requirements
• Bachelor's degree required, master's or doctoral degree preferred
• At least 5 years of relevant experience
• Experience in building and running community arts programs
• Arts background (performing arts preferred)
• Teaching experience (college, community arts, and teaching artistry experience are all relevant)
• Mentoring experience
• Production management experience within an arts organization
• Experience with advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the arts
A career at Johns Hopkins University is more than a job.
Comprehensive benefit options include a competitive salary program, tuition remission, medical/dental/prescription plans, and other excellent benefits. Johns Hopkins University is an EOE/AA employer committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community.
How to Apply
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