Performance Activities Coordinator, Pre-College

Job Type

Full Time




60 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York
New York
United States


As a member of a 6-person administrative team, the Performance Activities Coordinator works most closely with the Director of Performance Activities to help facilitate the Division’s many performance-related activities. This position works Tuesday-Saturday during the academic year (September-May), and Monday-Thursday during the summer months (June-August).


  • Assists with scheduling of recitals; handles all communication with recitalists and creates rehearsal schedules and all concert programs
  • Updates online performance calendars
  • Assists in administration of Orchestral and Choral programs
  • Oversees choral activities, including communication with conductors and students
  • Oversees competition set-up, including production of all documents and signage
  • Review and transcribe judges’ comments and distribute to students and faculty
  • Works closely with Director of Performance Activities and Chamber Music Chairperson to oversee the creation of groups
  • Directly responsible for production of concert programs and diagrams for stage managers
  • Liaise with voice faculty regarding scheduling of diction classes, vocal coachings, acting and movement classes and guest master classes
  • Produce annual voice department calendar and guidelines
  • Liaise with brass faculty regarding scheduling of Brass Class, including guest master classes and performances
  • Produce Brass Class syllabus each semester
  • Liaise with Curator of String Collection to facilitate loans to Pre-College students
  • Sign out woodwind instruments to students on Saturdays

Other Administrative

  • Answer internal and external customer calls and visitors, and responds to routine and general inquiries
  • Provides administrative support in all departmental activities, such as Auditions, Admissions, Financial Aid, Registration, and Commencement


  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in music
  • Strong knowledge of classical music, repertoire and an understanding of concert production
  • 2 years of administrative experience
  • Strong skills in using software packages, including Microsoft Office Suite; aptitude for learning new computer software
  • A positive, friendly attitude and enjoys interacting with students, parents, faculty, and interoffice staff
  • Initiative, independence, discretion, and a good sense of humor
  • Strong verbal communication skills and professional phone manner
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks under pressure
  • High attention to detail and accuracy
  • Thrives on being part of a team

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

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.