Working with the Assistant Dean for Orchestral Studies, this position handles all personnel-related aspects of all Juilliard Orchestra ensembles.Responsibilities:

Manage personnel of all Juilliard Orchestra ensembles, including the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra and smaller ensembles as necessary Act as a liaison between conductors, orchestra personnel, ensemble operations, orchestra library, communications office, concert office, and other departments

Primary point of contact for orchestra members regarding assignments, scheduling, attendance, venue information, etc. Communicate with conductors about rehearsal start and stop times, breaks, and personnel issues In conjunction with Assistant Dean for Orchestral Studies, track any issues or infractions affecting a student’s orchestra grade; advise students regarding Juilliard Orchestra policies and expectations Maintain personnel contact, assignment history, and attendance information in ArtsVision

Update, the orchestra’s information website for students Act as a liaison with Historical Performance, Chamber Music, and Juilliard’s two contemporary ensembles, to coordinate personnel needs Coordinate seating auditions, principal auditions, and special auditions

Hire and coordinate work-study student workers (placement audition monitors) Consult with faculty about repertoire and scheduling; work with orchestra library to compile audition material; communicate information to students

Manage the Juilliard Lab Orchestra

Build rosters on a weekly basis Ensure that all students have completed necessary paperwork to be paid through Juilliard Work-Study (Financial Aid) Approve biweekly timesheets

Manage special projects (extra performances, recording sessions, touring engagements, interdisciplinary productions) as assigned Manage hiring and supervision of departmental apprentice Maintain database of, hire, and coordinate alumni musicians as required by repertoire demands


Bachelor’s Degree Background in music performance, education, or artistic administration Must have ensemble or choir management experience Extensive knowledge of orchestral repertoire Ability to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends as required Excellent written and verbal communication, organizational skills Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook Orchestral management experience in a professional, educational, or training orchestra setting preferred Experience with ArtsVision a plus

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