The Harlem School of the Arts, Inc. is a not for profit, community-based arts school that provides quality arts instruction in four disciplines (music, dance, theater, and art & design), to young people ages 18 months and adults, in the historic Hamilton Heights section of West Harlem. HSA is an equal opportunity employer.



Harlem School of the Arts Facilities Manager

Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) seeks an experienced Facilities Manager to begin September 2021.
This pivotal role is responsible for maintaining the school buildings and grounds. The Facilities Manager
performs tasks related to HVAC, electrical, plumbing, maintenance, FDNY Certificate of Fitness – S95,
safety, building code requirements, and delegates custodial needs.
This full-time position requires a team player attitude, excellent interpersonal and communication skills,
attention to details, and project coordination. The Facilities Manager has a clear understanding of
acceptable business practices in relationship to a school environment and serving the public.

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Teaching Artist

Harlem School of the Arts seeks passionate, experienced teaching artists to provide arts training to students at its Herb Alpert Center in Harlem as well as in school and community partnership locations. As we plan our staffing, we anticipate Teaching Artist opportunities may be available in Theater, Dance, Music, and Media & Design. Teaching Artists are professional artists who teach and integrate their art form, perspectives, and skills into classroom settings. Classes will be taught either on-site at Harlem School of the Arts or at community and partner school locations in locations around New York City.
This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the mission, growth, and success of this award-winning, historically important arts institution. The successful candidate will value the rich cultural history and diversity of the community and be passionate about arts education.

Note that as of September 25, 2021 Harlem School of the Arts requires that all teaching artists be compliant with its COVID-19 vaccination policy, which requires that all on site staff be fully vaccinated.

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Harlem School of the Arts Health & Safety Coordinator

Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) seeks a Health & Safety Coordinator. This individual promotes safe work practices and environments and specializes in assessing and enforcing health and safety protocols in the workplace to help minimize workplace exposure to airborne infectious diseases, including COVID-19. This individual will work closely with HAS management and COVID-19 Response Team to provide guidance and support on the execution of COVID-19 health and safety protocols and directives.
This is an on-site, full-time position with a Tuesday through Saturday schedule at Harlem School of the Arts at 645 Saint Nicholas Ave.

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Harlem School of the Arts COVID-19 Safety Monitor

Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) seeks a COVID-19 Safety Monitor. This individual is responsible for monitoring and screening all individuals entering HSA facilities to ensure compliance with all health and safety protocols, including COVID-19 safety protocols.
This is an on-site, part-time position (approximately 12-16 hours per week) at Harlem School of the Arts at 645 Saint Nicholas Ave.

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HSA has an immediate need for volunteers to help with:

  • Events at the school – ushers, coat checking, bartenders, servers, hall monitors and crowd control helpers
  • Community outreach – street fairs and concerts
  • General administrative office work (e.g., receptionist, filing, collating, taking attendance for classes, database entry and updating, photocopying, etc.).

Please send an email indicating your availability to volunteer to .