The EDIB Program Manager provides support to the assessment,
development, and implementation of Juilliard’s equity, diversity,
inclusion, and belonging efforts. Working closely with Director for
EDIB Initiatives, this position will assist in the facilitation of
community building workshops, developing support structures for
students, tracking and measuring our progress and efforts, and
coordinating both internal and external
- Collaborate with the Director for EDIB Initiatives to shape and
define Juilliard’s EDIB efforts and values across all areas of the
school, including, but not limited to student and faculty
recruitment, investments, accessibility, and community
- Assist with the development of systems, processes, procedures
and programming for cross-collaboration internally with all
divisions and departments to continue fostering a supportive and
inclusive environment for all current and future community
- Partner with the Director for EDIB Initiatives to develop,
assess, adapt, and deliver community workshop content for faculty,
staff, and students based on data, feedback, and metrics.
- Track attendance, capture meeting minutes, prepare documents,
and gather data as it relates to our EDIB programming, including
but not limited to, EDIB Taskforce meetings, EDIB curriculum
meetings, community workshops, seminars, listening sessions with
students, faculty, and/or staff.
- Develop recruitment strategies to deepen and broaden the pool
of student applicants in partnership with the colleagues across the
school. Partner with the Preparatory Division to assist with these
efforts as a feeder to the College Division.
- Partner with the Human Resources staff to assist with the
further development of faculty and staff recruitment efforts.
- Compile and analyze demographic and programmatic data in
collaboration with the Director for EDIB Initiatives to identify
strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for future
- Coordinate current external collaborations, including but not
limited to our work with the Sphinx Organization, as well as
providing outreach to local organizations.
- Participate on the EDIB Taskforce, working groups, and/or
committees that assess EDIB challenges and reports of concern.
Problem solve to assist in the process for reconciling these
- Collaborate with artistic and administrative leaders to support
increased efforts in furthering our students’ senses of belonging,
including the implementation of affinity and ally groups.
- Actively participate in local DEI (EDIB) consortiums to
represent Juilliard, staying atop of best practices and industry
- Special projects and other duties as assigned.
- Passion for, understanding of, and commitment to equity,
diversity, inclusion, and belonging, and the mission of The
- Bachelor’s degree required; minimum of 4 years related
- 2+ years of experience in EDIB program development
- Must be able to interact effectively with faculty, staff, and
- Requires strong interpersonal, communication—both written and
verbal—presentation, and management skills, as well as the
sensitivity to meet the many needs of a fast-paced educational and
performing arts community
- Able to work well in fast-paced situations with high attention
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively, both independently
and as a part of a team
- Ability to develop programs with a holistic perspective
- Knowledge of, or background in, performing and/or visual arts
or higher education
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Power
Point, and Outlook; willingness and aptitude for learning new
- Attitude of flexibility, teamwork, and collaboration
- Demonstrated ability to work with confidential information and
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
and to plan and oversee complete projects independently
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.