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Roundabout Theatre Company, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit theatres, seeks a dedicated, personable individual to join the company as an Education Coordinator for Community Partnerships.

The Education Coordinator for Community Partnerships is a full-time, year-round position which provides the administrative support and coordination related to producing all Roundabout Community Partnerships programs including the current audience engagement and community partnerships programs. They will collaborate with colleagues across the organization to look for ways to strengthen existing relationships and build new partnerships within our community. This position reports to the Director of Community Partnerships. 


Community Partnerships

  • Support Education Staff members in supporting existing partnerships and programming.
  • Coordinate and support collaborative meetings with Roundabout leadership.
  • Serve as on-site event staff for existing community partnership programs.
  • Support logistics of programming and residencies with partner organizations – projects include Artist Residencies at NYPL and Reverb Theatre Arts Festival.
  • Liaise with theatre staff and conduct post event reports.
  • Track expenses for Community Partnerships related expenses.
  • Support the production needs of special programs and projects with community partners, including scheduling and other operational logistics.
  • Contribute to the development of new community partnerships through meetings, digital communications, and forming new relevant connections as an ambassador for Roundabout.
  • Attend non-Roundabout events at partner organizations.
  • Support Audience Services on Relaxed Performances including outreach to partner organizations and attending events and related meetings.

Audience Engagement Programing

  • Maintain an ongoing theatre-based activities calendar.
  • Collaborate with Marketing for website updates throughout the season.
  • In collaboration with the Director, book teaching artists for all engagement events.
  • Assist in logistics and planning of Community Nights.
  • Report on theatre-based activities.
  • Facilitate communications regarding theatre-based events to all relevant theatre staff.
  • Create and distribute invitations and signup sheets for artists to participate in talkbacks.
  • Support the creation of UPSTAGE playgoer guides, in particular serve as a writer for relevant articles and coordinate connections with partners.
  • Schedule and support digital Theatre Talks for each production.
  • Coordinate accessibility services for engagement events.

Other Program Support

  • Communicate artist asks with the Artistic team and track and distribute invitations for artist participation.
  • Liaise with production teams on behalf of Education.
  • In coordination with fellow Education Staff members, book new work and foster partnerships with schools, theatre, community-based organizations, artists, and community members.
  • Coordinate the photo and video documentation of programming and events.
  • Assist Staff and Teaching Artists with programming.
  • Report on opportunities for funders to observe activities.

General Office Support

  • Utilize administrative systems to support programs, such as Tessitura database for constituent and program tracking.
  • Provide financial, curricular, and statistical reports for internal and external purposes.
  • Collect data, work samples, and photographs for final reports.
  • Contribute to development of protocols and procedures for tracking data.
  • Contribute to grant proposals and reports as needed.
  • Support education events as necessary.
  • And other duties as assigned.


  • Minimum of 2 years of experience required in the field of arts administration, producing, or arts education – experience producing both in person and digital community and audience engagement programs is a plus.
  • Experience building consensus with a broad range of partners in a variety of communities; particularly with a strong understanding of social justice and an ability to engage respectfully with individuals from historically marginalized NYC neighborhoods and communities.
  • A strong team spirit and willingness to adapt to programmatic and organizational evolution.
  • Experience in civic engagement and/or community-centered organizations or initiatives.
  • A general knowledge of all aspects of professional theatre.
  • Experience collaborating with people with disabilities is a plus.
  • Multilingual skills a plus.
  • Excellent administrative and interpersonal skills, including strong time management skills, attention to detail, ability to take initiative, and manage multiple tasks/projects.
  • Experience writing or contributing to grant applications is a plus.
  • Computer software skills: Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Tessitura, CRM, Form Assembly.
  • Able to lift 20 lbs. with or without reasonable accommodation.

This is a full-time non-exempt position with all standard Roundabout benefits. The salary is $48,000 annually plus any overtime for hours worked in over 40 in a workweek.


Roundabout’s Education Offices are located on the 3rd Floor of the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. An elevator is available for the majority of the time, however, there are times that the elevator is not available.

The general schedule is Monday-Friday 10am - 6pm with some weekend and evening hours required.


Please forward cover letter in PDF or Word format with salary requirements and resume to: and use code ECCP-0224 in the subject line. If you require reasonable accommodation to participate in the interview process, please indicate in your email. No phone calls please.

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As a theatre company and a long-standing member of many communities, Roundabout believes in the importance of words, the impact of action, and the healing capacity of shared stories. Roundabout has created a five-year strategic plan to evaluate and evolve how we address Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism in our work, workplaces, and our community. Conceived by a team of 29 staff members in collaboration with the Board EDI Committee following a company-wide assessment in October 2019, the plan was launched in September 2021. Learn more HERE.

To this end, Roundabout Theatre Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer that strives to represent individuals from all walks of life in its workforce. We want our employment community to be a representation of the diverse world we live in. As such, we strongly encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply, and we ensure that every candidate who applies for a position at Roundabout Theatre Company is treated equally and fairly without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status and any other factor prohibited by law. We believe diversity in our teammates is paramount to our success as a not-for-profit theatre serving all communities in New York.