About Power Station at BerkleeNYC:
Power Station Studios were built in 1977, employing a revolutionary design which emphasizes sight-lines between musicians and the natural sound of acoustic instruments and voices. Nile Rodgers produced the first session, and the studios continue to be home to the world’s most creative recording artists.
Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Herbie Hancock, Bobby McFerrin, Christian Marclay, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Dire Straits, John Mayer and Esperanza Spalding have all made amazing recordings here, and the facility remains a center of the New York City music industry.
Originally a Con Edison power relay station, the building spent time as the television studio where “Let’s Make A Deal” with Monty Hall was produced. Power Station became Avatar Studios in 1996, and in September of 2017, the name “Power Station” returned, by special arrangement with BerkleeNYC.
Berklee is dedicated to preserving and building on the Power Station legacy by reinvigorating the studios and transforming them into the world’s premier large-format recording destination.
Visit our website at powerstation.nyc.
Our employees drive the success of the college, with the achievement of our students the ultimate goal. Berklee is an exciting, diverse place to work, offering an environment that promises to challenge and stimulate. The Berklee community engenders a spirit of respect and cooperation. The way we work is a lot like the music we teach: it is creative and improvisational while at the same time serious, focused, and always striving for excellence.
Join us and discover a work experience where diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and where you can learn and grow to your full potential. We are looking for individuals who enjoy the thrill of education, who enjoy working as a team to create a satisfying experience for our students, and who find the idea of working in a music environment invigorating.
We look for candidates who:
Berklee is the leading international educational institution in the instruction of contemporary music. It offers bachelor of music degrees in composition, electronic production and design, jazz composition, music business/management, contemporary writing and production, songwriting, film scoring, music Therapy, music education, professional music, music production and engineering, and performance, as well as master of music degrees in contemporary performance; scoring for film, television, and video games, and global entertainment and music business.
Our vitality depends on the quality of our staff. We are looking for bright, qualified professionals to join the Berklee community. Not only are we committed to attracting talented employees, but also to keeping them and providing them with opportunities for advancement.
Here at Berklee, you can make a difference individually and collaboratively, on a campus-wide and on a global level. The underpinnings of a successful music education also inform how employees approach their work here: at Berklee, we embrace self-discipline for excellence and the empathy, openness, and inquisitiveness that is so essential to promoting creativity.
If you would enjoy working in a dynamic environment and are looking for an opportunity to become part of a stellar team of professionals, we invite you to apply online today! We are an equal opportunity employer.
Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color or any other protected class. It is the policy of Berklee College of Music to administer all of its employment practices in a non-discriminatory manner. Berklee College of Music does not discriminate on the basis of disability as prohibited by section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local fair employment laws or regulations.
About Power Station at BerkleeNYC:
Power Station Studios were built in 1977, employing a revolutionary design which emphasizes sight-lines between musicians and the natural sound of acoustic instruments and voices. Nile Rodgers…