Want to take an innovative solution in early childhood education to the next level? We’re hiring a Detroit Wolf Trap Program Manager.

Living Arts is hiring a full-time Program Manager to oversee the entirety of the growing Detroit Wolf Trap (DWT) program. The DWT Program Manager will work within the Living Arts' Program Team to develop, implement, and evaluate early childhood arts education programs in Head Start, Early Head Start, informal care, and community-based classrooms. The DWT Program Manager will be responsible for the supervision, evaluation, and professional development of the entire DWT Teaching Artist team.

 Detroit Wolf Trap Teaching Artist, Alesha Mickens, leads a Detroit Wolf Trap lesson in a Head Start classroom.

Detroit Wolf Trap Teaching Artist, Alesha Mickens, leads a Detroit Wolf Trap lesson in a Head Start classroom.

Living Arts’ mission, which began 20 years ago in SW Detroit, is to engage youth, teachers, and families in experiences in the performing, visual, literary, and media arts.

We are seeking a self-starter with ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, 2 or more years’ experience working within education — ideally with early learners — and some experience managing and coaching others.

The Detroit Wolf Trap Program Manager will be paid between $33,000 - $38,000 with benefits including healthcare and retirement.

If you believe this is the right position for you, we sincerely encourage you to apply! Details about specific responsibilities and ideal qualifications are listed on the job description here.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Alissa Novoselick, Executive Director at alissa@livingartsdetroit.org by December 20, 2018.