Projects Administrator, Curriculum

Projects Administrator, Curriculum

Wednesday, 16 September 2020, 5.00pm

The Juilliard School in New York is seeking a Projects Administrator, Curriculum.

This position oversees and produces special projects, performances and activities focused primarily on the Vocal Arts curricular offerings. This position manages curricular and external auditions, departmental orientation activities, and works closely with the Director of Opera Activities to manage department-wide release requests. This position also works closely with the Associate Administrative Director to manage new initiatives and ongoing programs, and manages the Artistic Director’s schedule and assists them as needed.

• Produce performances, events and activities for the department, focusing primarily on curricular activities, internal master classes, residencies, and collaborations with other departments
• Oversee and produce department-wide auditions including annual casting, AD in Opera Studies curricular, internal and external auditions
• Facilitate department-wide release requests of faculty, guest artists and students, working closely with the Director of Opera Activities
• Collaborates with the Associate Administrative Director to develop and manage orientation for students and faculty, including annual new student orientation activities
• Assist Artistic Director, including managing their calendar, assisting with correspondence, score acquisition, and other responsibilities as needed
• Facilitate projects with other departments and collaborators including Historical Performance, Conducting, Career Services, Lab Orchestra, Music Technology and Chamber Music departments, as needed
• Facilitate miscellaneous projects and initiatives in areas including but not limited to extra-curricular activities, opera productions, and other special events as appropriate
• Special projects and other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree and at least 2 years of professional experience in arts administration or higher education
• Minimum of 2 years of professional experience producing high-level events or performances for an arts organization or higher education institution
• Ability to interact and communicate well with people of various backgrounds, adapting with ease and authority
• Understanding of and commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging, and the mission of The Juilliard School
• Strong decision making and leadership skills, and the ability to assess, prioritize, and find creative solutions when problem-solving
• Must exercise excellent judgment and integrity under stressful circumstances
• Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously in very busy environment
• Ability to work well independently to meet multiple deadlines
• Ability to work effectively as a member of a team
• Must be available on evenings and weekends when in production
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook
• Solid working knowledge of classical music especially vocal repertoire and opera
• Ability to read music and piano/vocal scores
• Excellent writing skills
• Demonstrated ability to work with confidential information and diverse populations
• Demonstrated ability to plan and oversee complete projects independently
• Must have a passion and commitment to exceptional quality and service

See link below for further details.

NB: no deadline specified.



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