Operations Manager/New Juilliard Ensemble Member – The Juilliard School

WHO: The Juilliard School

POSITION: Operations Manager/New Juilliard Ensemble Member

DESCRIPTION:Ensemble Production
• Manage ensemble events, including venue preparation, setup, and stage changes in rehearsal rooms at Juilliard and performance venues as assigned
• Manage special projects (extra performances, recording sessions, touring engagements, interdisciplinary productions)
• Prepare stage diagrams for assigned concerts
• Anticipate all equipment and unusual instrument needs
• Responsible for the coordination of all technical details with students, conductors, orchestra personnel, orchestra library, communications office, concert office, venue staff, and others
Instrument/Equipment Management
• Monitor and oversee the scheduling, usage, and maintenance of the wind, brass, and electronic instrument collections
• Develop and expand the collections with awareness of future programming
• Assign and coordinate the distribution of keys for Large Instrument Lockers
• Oversee maintenance of lockers and lock cylinders with Facilities Management
• Manage the use, maintenance, and transport of the Rogers Organ
Personnel Management
• Schedule and oversee Work Study staff
• Liaise with stage crew at venues as needed
• Responsible for determining crew size and crew schedule for stagehands, as needed
New Juilliard Ensemble Manager
• Plan and execute all aspects of the rehearsal and performance schedule of NJE, including operations, library, personnel, and venue management
• Serve as liaison between music director and musicians of the ensemble
• Cultivate interest in the ensemble and recruits students for each NJE performance
• Create rehearsal schedules in consultation with Music Director of the ensemble and Director of Orchestral and Ensemble Operations
• Attend all rehearsals and performances, managing personnel, operations, and library for all
• Provide all program information to Communication Office, and liaise with other departments within Juilliard as needed
• Work closely with venue management on production needs: stage set up, stage changes, technical requirements; make necessary decisions regarding crew size and crew schedule

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in music
• Background in operations/production for a performing arts organization or venue
• Knowledge of orchestral repertoire
• Ability to read music
• Knowledge of woodwind, brass, percussion, and keyboard instruments, and electronic equipment
• Commitment to students and education
• Excellent written and verbal communication, organizational skills
• Ability to multi task and make decisions under pressure
• Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, ArtsVision
• Instrumental performance experience preferred
• Stage diagraming software: AutoCad, Visio, etc., a plus

The Juilliard School has an ongoing commitment to the principles and practices of diversity and inclusiveness throughout the community and strongly encourages applications from candidates who would enhance the diversity of the School’s administration.

The Juilliard School is committed to providing a safe and productive learning and working environment. Therefore, employment with Juilliard will be contingent upon satisfactory completion of a background check.

To Apply: Please include a cover letter specific to this position, salary history and resume. To apply, please click on the following link: http://jobsco.re/1j6Ozlo

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