COVID Safety Manager
Under the guidance of Gibney’s Reopening Task Force, the COVID Safety Manager will be responsible for the coordination and management of all COVID safety policies, protocols, and communications.
The incumbent is a member of Gibney’s Operations department and works under the cosupervision of the Managing Director of Advancement & Interim Managing Director of Administration and the Managing Director of Administration.
This full-time, non-exempt position requires on-site presence at Gibney Center, including 890 Broadway and 280 Broadway, in lower Manhattan. Full vaccination is required to enter Gibney Center, as detailed in Gibney’s Vaccination Policy. Work hours may vary, requiring some evenings.
GIBNEY CENTER SAFETY POLICY IMPLEMENTATION
• Verifies all Gibney Center advance vaccination submissions in a timely manner.
• Fields all Gibney Center vaccination exemption requests, in partnership with leadership.
• Manages contact tracing and communication within the Gibney community.
• Coordinates conversations between Gibney leadership and groups/individuals who are not complying with Gibney’s COVID safety policies.
• Verifies vaccination on-site, as needed.
TRAINING & STAYING INFORMED
• Completes COVID-19 Compliance, Contact Tracing, Site Safety, OSHA, and other trainings.
• Actively researches, subscribes to, and engages in trainings, convenings, webinars, and seminars, including regular participation in Dance/NYC and Dance Studio Alliance calls.
• Manages real-time updates on COVID and shifts in WHO, CDC, federal, state, and local guidance along with their associated implications on Gibney’s operations.
• Functions as a thought partner in COVID safety judgments and compliance questions.
• Drafts updates to Gibney’s Reopening Plan, COVID webpage and FAQs, signage, COVID-19 management guide, Airborne Infectious Disease Prevention Plan, other resources, and other internal and external communications regularly.
• Fields all COVID-related questions and concerns, in concert with leadership.
• Synthesizes information, news, and updates for weekly staff communications and other ad hoc needs (Board updates, etc.).
• Drafts quarterly community check-ins to provide assurance and receive feedback.
REOPENING TASK FORCE
• Participates as an integral member of Gibney’s Reopening Task Force.
• Drafts agendas and distributes weekly meeting minutes.
• Moves action items forward independently and in collaboration with members.
Gibney is a growing organization and employees are often called upon to perform other duties that are essential to accomplish organizational goals and meet important deadlines. This kind of work should only be disseminated by the direct supervisor of that staff member and include relocating their original work for that time frame.
NONPROFIT EMPLOYMENT CONSIDERATION
Gibney is a mission-based nonprofit performing arts organization. Working in this sector can be personally rewarding with intrinsic benefits and distinct opportunities for growth. However, the compensation will never match that of the private sector or more highly resourced art forms.
Candidates for employment are advised to carefully consider their decision to work in this field before seeking or accepting employment at Gibney.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT
Gibney provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, the status of being transgender, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship or veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Gibney is strongly committed to providing reasonable accommodations of disabilities during the application and hiring process.
If required, please contact Senior Manager of Human Resources, Mario Alberto Flores at email@example.com
The model candidate will possess the following experience and qualifications:
• Experience or background in navigating COVID safety policies in New York City
• Comfort managing a complicated, highly detailed, and ever-changing workflow.
• Willingness to participate in various certifications and trainings to maintain expertise.
• Ability to interact with staff and the public in a congenial and compassionate manner.
• Commitment to anti-racism, equity, diversity, and inclusion.
• Proven project management and organizational skills.
• Proven de-escalation abilities.
• Ability to take initiative and work both independently and collaboratively.
• A high level of discretion and commitment to confidentiality.
• Facility with MS Office software.
To be considered, please submit your application to: Jenny Thompson, Managing Director of Advancement & Interim Managing Director of Administrations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your application should include a cover letter detailing your current professional experience navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and a resume. The general salary range for this position is $42,000-$47,000; however, exceptionally qualified candidates will be considered at levels commensurate with their experience.
All expressions of interest and conversations will be held in the strictest confidence; references will not be contacted without the candidate’s permission. Incomplete submissions will not be considered nor will submissions sent via postal mail, fax, or phone.
Job Categories: Arts and Culture. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: arts center, manager, and performing arts. States: New York.
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