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Central Florida Vocal Arts periodically has openings for teaching artists and more. Any current openings will be listed below.

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Studio Manager

Compensation & Schedule
•Ability to work remotely
•Approximately 20 hours per week
•Starting rate $16.50 per hour

Send your Resume to:
Sarah@CentralFloridaVocalArts.org

Central Florida Vocal Arts is seeking a dedicated and organized Studio Manager to oversee the efficient operation of our studio. The Studio Manager reports to the Director of Education, and will play a critical role in managing the administrative and operational aspects of the studio, ensuring smooth and effective delivery of our educational programs.

About us:

Our mission is to transform our community through arts education for all and professional performances that inspire. Central Florida Vocal Arts provides a space for our students and audiences to feel, to heal and to connect with others and perhaps most importantly, with the most authentic version of themselves. By transforming individuals, we transform the whole Central Florida community.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Oversee Implementation and Use of Studio Software (Wellness Living)
  • Invoice students for account balances owed.
  • Keep the studio schedule up to date and accurate.
  • Ensure student attendance is accurately recorded for payment purposes.
  • Ensure teacher attendance is accurately recorded for payment purposes.
  • Ensure all studio lessons are scheduled and attendance is marked correctly for both teachers and students.
  • Ensure all accounts are paid and up to date.
  • Strive to meet or exceed all goals for enrollment growth.
  • Respond to all education leads within 48 hours.
  • Respond to all parent emails within 48 hours.
  • Place new voice students with the most suitable teacher.
  • Prepare meaningful surveys in collaboration with the Executive Director.
  • Distribute surveys digitally to studio students.
  • Create meaningful impact statements from survey data.
  • Use survey data to adjust future programming decisions.
  • Collaborate with the Director of Education and Executive Director to collect all quantitative impact data for education programming.
  • Oversee teacher payroll in collaboration with the Director of Education.
  • Plan the annual studio recital in conjunction with the Director of Education.
  • Assist in enforcing policies and procedures outlined in the CFVA Studio Handbook.
  • Coordinate group voice classes with the Boys and Girls Club, Pace Center for Girls, Center for Health & Well Being, and any other additional classes that may be added.

Qualifications:

  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency in using management software, preferably Wellness Living.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with staff, students, and parents.
  • Experience in education management or a similar role is preferred.

Benefits and Compensation:

  • Flexible work schedule
  • Ability to work remotely
  • Approximately 20 hours per week
  • Starting rate $16.50 per hour

Please submit your résumé and general interview availability to Director of Education, Sarah Lysiak, at [email protected].

We are Hiring! Apply Now! Development Manager
Requirements:
•Proven experience in corporate fundraising, 
event management, and individual donor relations

•Success in grant writing and grant management

•Experience working with CRM systems in a nonprofit setting

•A bachelor’s degree or higher in Nonprofit Management, 
Arts Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a related field

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About the job

Central Florida Vocal Arts seeks a part-time Development Manager. This individual would be responsible for overseeing and implementing fundraising strategies, cultivating corporate support, managing donor relations, assisting in grant acquisition and management, and collaborating with upper level staff and board to meet fundraising goals. This position will work closely with the Executive Director and will be a department of one, until organizational growth makes additional staffing strategic and viable.

About Us:

Our mission is to transform our community through arts education for all and professional performances that inspire. Central Florida Vocal Arts provides a space for our students and audiences to feel, to heal and to connect with others and perhaps most importantly, with the most authentic version of themselves. By transforming individuals, we transform the whole Central Florida community.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Fundraising Leadership

  • Implement fundraising strategy;, lead staff and board in campaign efforts, and update strategy, as needed

  • Collaborate with staff and board to host successful fundraising events to meet annual fundraising goals

  • Identify innovative fundraising opportunities aligned with CFVA budget needs and outlined goals

  • Corporate Stewardship

  • Prepare corporate sponsorship materials, steward current sponsors, and actively seek new funders

  • Lead advertisement sales and strategy for both season and individual productions

  • Develop and maintain corporate and foundation relationships

  • Donor Relations

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with existing donors

  • Identify new donor pipelines and develop strategies for solicitation

  • Implement donor recognition and benefits programs

  • Grant Writing & Management

  • Research and identify grant opportunities

  • Collaborate with leadership to write and submit ongoing and new proposals.Manage grant reporting and ensure compliance with grant requirements in collaboration with staff

  • Constituent Relationship Management

  • Maintain accurate donor records in CRM (Little Green Light)

  • Track and analyze fundraising metrics and prepare reports for senior staff and board of directors

  • Update dashboard materials and provide ongoing updates to board members on their individual fundraising success allowing them to independently access relevant data points

Qualifications:

Experience

  • Proven experience in corporate fundraising, event management, and individual donor relations

  • Success in grant writing and grant management

  • Experience working with CRM systems in a nonprofit setting

Education

  • A bachelor’s degree or higher in Nonprofit Management, Arts Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a related field

  • Preference toward candidates who have engaged in ongoing education in the field of fundraising / development

Skills:

The ideal candidate has an innovative, creative, collaborative and driven personality. They will comfortably engage with the public as a visible and vocal representative of the organization and work with senior staff, board and volunteers to ensure the organization has the funds to sustain and grow its mission impact. They will also possess the following skill sets:

  • Strong communication, project management, and organizational skills

  • Excellent writing skills for grant and donor development

  • Independently and intrinsically motivated to successfully work in a nontraditional setting

  • Ability to manage multiple projects at once and to establish priorities when dealing with multiple deadlines

  • Proficiency in fundraising software and CRM systems, Google Drive Suite, Canva, Microsoft Office

  • Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team

Benefits:

  • Flexible work schedule

  • Ability to work remotely

  • Opportunities for advancement in a rapidly growing organization

  • Purpose-driven, impactful work

Compensation & Work Load:

  • Approximately 20 hours weekly

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We are Hiring! Apply Now! 
Teaching Artist

Requirements:
•Bachelor's degree in Voice or related field

Starting pay:
$40 / hour

Send your Resume to: Sarah@CentralFloridaVocalArts.org

Teaching Artist Job Description 

Central Florida Vocal Arts is excited to announce openings for passionate, dynamic, and highly qualified voice teachers and group class instructors to join our growing team for Fall 2024 and beyond! We are seeking individuals who are committed to excellence in vocal education and eager to contribute to our diverse and dynamic teaching environment. As a member of our team, you will have the opportunity to teach students virtually, in-person, and in various group class settings throughout Orlando.About Us:Our mission is to transform our community through arts education for all and professional performances that inspire. Central Florida Vocal Arts provides a space for our students and audiences to feel, to heal and to connect with others and perhaps most importantly, with the most authentic version of themselves. By transforming individuals, we transform the whole Central Florida community.Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide one-on-one voice lessons to students of varying ages and skill levels.
  • Lead group classes, workshops, and clinics designed to enhance vocal technique and performance skills.
  • Develop individualized lesson plans tailored to each student’s needs and goals.
  • Foster a positive and encouraging learning environment.

Qualifications:

  • Must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Voice or a related field.
  • Previous teaching experience is preferred but not required.
  • Ability to inspire and motivate students.
  • Flexibility to teach in multiple settings (virtual, in-person, and group classes).

Benefits:

  • Starting pay for individual lessons: $40 per hour.
  • Group class pay: $60 per hour.

Please submit your résumé and general interview availability to Director of Education, Sarah Lysiak, at [email protected].

There are no openings at this time.

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