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DIAVOLO is SEEKING an education program director for THE DIAVOLO INSTITUTE!

Since the launch of its expanded programs in 2012, THE DIAVOLO INSTITUTE’s in-school and community engagement programs have served more than 40,000 students, teaching artists, veterans and community  stakeholders nationwide.



1) L.A. UNITY, a regular workshop series in partnership with K-12 schools,

2) T.R.U.S.T., an interactive in-school assembly show,

3) THE VETERANS PROJECT, restorative movement workshops and performances for veterans and their families,

4) YPC, a young person’s concert delivered and presented on tour,

5) masterclasses, intensives and residencies produced nationwide, and

6) special community engagement projects. 



▪ Full-time, 40 hours a week, hybrid work schedule (based on needs) 

▪ Access to medical, dental, vision, and 403(b) retirement plan 


▪ Oversee the administration, management and coordination of THE DIAVOLO INSTITUTE ▪ Hire, train and nurture the growth of teaching artists in order to further the mission of DIAVOLO’s K-12 and  community engagement programs 

▪ Design and implement curriculum and lesson plans based on individual school sites and community center needs  and manage a thorough schedule of performances, workshops and educational activities 

▪ Oversee logistics (scheduling, travel, tech, & crew), manage day-to-day activities and serve as the point person for  safety-related training for all educational and community engagement activities 

▪ Identify, cultivate and solidify new and existing educational and community relationships  ▪ Promote and advertise all Institute related activities to stakeholders (i.e. participants, parents, audience members,  community members, partners, etc.) 

▪ Ensure proper documentation of all Institute related activities (i.e. photos, videos, etc.) and assist in grant writing  and reporting (as needed) 

▪ Gather, approve and submit all Institute related payroll timesheets 

▪ Identify and secure educational and philanthropic business opportunities  

▪ Develop and execute a comprehensive evaluation strategy, including but not limited to, data collection, both  qualitative and quantitative, survey execution, program monitoring and feedback. 

▪ Create and administer sound strategies to improve the organization’s participant recruitment ▪ Represent DIAVOLO at various meetings, events and conventions. 

▪ Assume other responsibilities as needed 


▪ Bachelor of Arts in Dance, Arts Education or related field 

▪ Three to five years of considerable, progressively responsible experience in organizing and supervising arts  education programs 

▪ Strong communication, strategic thinking and interpersonal skills 

▪ Ability to work in a fast-paced and dynamic environment 


▪ Email a Cover Letter and Resume to Jose Hernandez at

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