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Bilingual Office / Community Engagement Manager

Job Description

Join the team at Do & Be Arts Academy of Excellence (DBAE), a unique educational experience located in North Las Vegas, where we inspire and equip K-8th grade students to become the architects of their own world. Our mission emphasizes cultivating creativity, nurturing change-makers, and ensuring academic excellence through a quality performing arts and arts-integrated curriculum. By working with us, you won't just be embarking on a new job, but rather, you'll be contributing to an inspired vision, shaping young minds to create the world they envision. This is a powerful opportunity to be part of a passionate founding team, committed to transforming education and making a genuine difference in the lives of our students. At DBAE, you'll be part of something more than a school; you'll be part of a movement that values creativity, academic excellence, and the power of the arts in education.


Overview of the Role

The Bilingual Office and Community Engagement Manager is one of the most visible team members on the DBAE team. This person will direct the school’s front office and create a set of operational systems and procedures that support community engagement and smooth school functioning. This person serves as a key liaison between students, staff, and families, and will be the first person to interact with anybody entering our school. This person is also responsible for promoting and enhancing the overall mission by finding outreach opportunities, providing outreach services, leading family communications regarding our school, and being entrenched in the city of North Las Vegas. The Bilingual Office and Community Engagement Manager directly reports to the Executive Director.


  • Must be able to speak, read, and write in Spanish and English.

  • Great public speaker and confidence when speaking with new individuals, parents, and students.

  • Superior customer service and client management skills

  • Quick-thinker, solutions-oriented, and thrives in a fast-paced environment; 

  • Committed to meeting the needs of a diverse population including race, gender, ability, religion, sexual orientation, geography, and any other identity-based attributes; 

  • Willingness to grow through ongoing constructive feedback and professional development; 

  • Committed to engaging and/or leading in community and school events; 

  • Committed to building relationships with families and coworkers and creating a dynamic environment;

  • 2-3 years of work experience, preferably in a school or non-profit environment, or in an office management role;

  • Thrive in a startup environment (comfort with frequent, focused change and ambiguity + strong initiative);

  • We want teammates who are committed to researching and remaining abreast of best office management and community engagement that may advance our mission.


Core Competencies

Office Management: Proficient in managing office operations, including organizing files, scheduling appointments, and providing support to school staff.

Community Engagement: Ability to develop and implement strategies for engaging parents, local community members, and other stakeholders in the school's mission and activities.

Communication Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills for clear and effective interaction with various stakeholders.

Leadership: Proven ability to lead, inspire, and manage a diverse team of professionals.

Interpersonal Skills: Ability to build strong relationships and work collaboratively with a diverse range of individuals.

Problem-Solving: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills to address and resolve issues promptly and effectively.

Organizational Skills: Exceptional capacity to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, with a keen attention to detail and deadlines.

Cultural Competency: Has knowledge, skills, and abilities related to cultural competence and equity. Have knowledge/awareness of your own cultural identity and desire to learn about the cultural identity of others.

Key Roles and Responsibilities (but are not limited to)

Community Engagement and Communications:

  • Develop and implement a robust bilingual community engagement plan that increases parent and community involvement in the school.

  • Serve as a welcoming and engaging first point of contact for anybody entering our school building or calling our school phone number. Foster positive relationships with all stakeholders, promoting a sense of community and mutual respect.

  • Draft and send communications in Spanish and English to our school community that are aligned with our school values and goals.

  • Manage DBAE’s website to include relevant updates and information for all DBAE stakeholders.

  • Assist with planning and executing events such as back to school nights, awards ceremonies, orientations, open houses, professional developments, parent/teacher conferences, fundraising events, and other events as scheduled. Ensure all school events and community activities are well-coordinated and successful, enhancing the school's reputation within the community.

  • Assist with executing DBAEs student recruitment, enrollment, and registration plan.


Systems and Processes:

  •  Provide exceptional organizational support to the school's leadership team, contributing to the school's overall success. 

  • Managing our Infinite Campus/School Mint, our Student Information System

  • Execute daily attendance system, including keeping records of late sign-ins.

  • Assist with ensuring all information in our student information system is up to date.

  • Manage incoming and outgoing physical mail, packages, student files, and other deliveries.

  • Maintain main office sign-in systems.

  • Assist with arrival, lunch, dismissal, and emergency management logistics.

  • Efficiently manage office operations, ensuring smooth day-to-day activities.

  • Effectively address and resolve issues, maintaining a positive, productive work environment.​

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Growth Mindset

At DBAE, we value diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential components of our educational model. The ideal candidate for this role will have a deep commitment to fostering a culturally responsive and inclusive classroom environment. They will embrace and celebrate the diverse identities and backgrounds of our students, creating a space where all students feel valued, respected, and empowered. Additionally, the candidate should embody a growth mindset, promoting the belief that all students can learn and succeed with effort, perseverance, and support.

We believe that every child has the potential to Do & Be anything. If you share this belief and are passionate about theatre arts education, we invite you to apply and join us in making a difference in the lives of our students.

As an equal opportunity employer, Do & Be Arts Academy of Excellence hires without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by applicable law. The physical demands of this role include standing, sitting, walking, clear communication via speech, vision, and hearing, using hands for simple grasping and fine manipulations, bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, reaching, and the ability to lift, carry, push or pull weights up to 30 pounds.

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