The Human Resources department is committed to supporting the Juilliard’s mission, goals, and values by working collaboratively with the community. We seek to foster a positive work environment by creating and initiating programs and services that recruit, attract, retain, support, and motivate a highly qualified and diverse staff in our challenging and rewarding work environment. We strive to promote equitable and fair administration of school policies, procedures, and benefits for all staff and faculty, ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and city statues. Human Resources is Juilliard’s primary resource for information about benefits and employment policies, issues, concerns.’
Juilliard offers a rewarding work experience at our campus at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and an excellent benefits package. If you would enjoy working with a group of diverse and talented faculty and staff in a vibrant and welcoming community, please consider applying for one of our open positions. Juilliard 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 and faculty.
This handbook has been prepared to summarize the school’s basic employment policies and to help answer your questions about those policies.
This handbook is intended to provide information to faculty members on the School’s employment policies and to help answer your questions about those policies.
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60 Lincoln Center Plaza | New York, NY 10023-6588
(212) 799-5000 | [email protected]
Katie Germana, Director of Human Resources
Nina Dharmasaroja, Associate Director, Human Resources
Jonathan Ortiz, Associate Director, Human Capital Management
Dylan Flynn, Assistant Director, Human Resources
Diane Mercier, Analyst, Human Capital Management
Dalia Shair, Human Resources Associate