Website American Orff-Schulwerk Association
Music and Movement Education
The Executive Director reports directly to the National Board of Trustees and
Executive Committee, and is ultimately responsible for the management of
AOSA’s staff, operations, and budget. The position encompasses operational,
public, and financial priorities to ensure and enhance AOSA’s stature as a leader
among music education organizations. The Executive Director also works
alongside stakeholders in developing and refining a strategic and innovative
vision that engages the membership, connects with the community, and reflects
the values of collaboration, diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Executive
Director should bring significant knowledge of the changing performing arts
landscape and a dedication to collaborative leadership models. For more
information about the organization, please visit www.aosa.org
• Master’s Degree in arts management, non-profit management, or
equivalent relative experience, including budget oversight, contracts, and
• A minimum of two years senior leadership experience, preferably within
an arts and/or education organization of similar size and scope.
• A demonstrated ability to balance the competing needs of staff
management and arts education.
• A proven record as a dynamic and collaborative leader working with
diverse stakeholders within an arts and/or education environment.
• A commitment to planning, training, and programming that reflects
equity, diversity, and inclusivity.
• Background in the Arts
• Experience in collaborative decision making, conflict resolution, and
• Fluency in language(s) other than English
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