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Producer; Office of the President


The Producer in the Office of the President oversees and supports artistic programs, events, and new initiatives as assigned, with an emphasis on institutional milestones and annual celebrations. The position reports to the Artistic Producer and Director for Creative Enterprise and works closely with the Office of the President team to develop systems and processes for seamless integration between new and existing programs. The position partners with departments and divisions throughout the institution and beyond to represent the priorities of the Office of the President and respond to the various needs of internal and external stakeholders. The position provides high-level administrative support to the Office of the President to facilitate departmental objectives and activities. 
  • Leads and advances projects, programs, and initiatives as assigned, working closely with the Artistic Producer and Director for Creative Enterprise and stakeholders across the School to successfully guide each project from conception to realization by developing timelines and event briefings, managing project budgets, drafting talking points, and liaising with stakeholders and featured guests.
  • Works with the Artistic Producer and Director for Creative Enterprise and the Office of the President team to develop and produce institutional events, programs, and collaborations, including but not limited to commencement, convocation, galas, celebrations, visual art exhibits, external partnerships, and other programs and initiatives developed by the Office of the President. 
  • Develops and advances efficient administrative systems and processes within the Office of the President as well as across the School on projects and programs as assigned.
  • Partners closely with colleagues across the School to systematize and streamline processes that advance creative enterprise throughout the institution.
  • Liaises closely with colleagues across the School and partners from external organizations as a representative for the Office of the President to understand peer needs and respond to requests with diplomacy and efficiency.
  • Leads administrative efforts to ensure that creative enterprise promotional materials, including webpages, are updated and maintained.
  • Works closely with the Office of the President team on administrative tasks and responsibilities as assigned to support the office.
Qualifications and Skills-Required:
  • A bachelor’s degree, preferably in the arts, humanities, arts administration, or another related field; equivalent professional experience will be considered as a substitute.
  • A commitment to equity, diversity, inclusiveness, and belonging.
  • Must exercise excellent judgement, discretion, and integrity.
  • Experience producing complex events, performances, and programs.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously in a high volume environment; willing to work flexible hours including evenings and weekends as needed.
  • Ability to work collaboratively as part of and in a team setting.
  • Ability to work well independently to meet multiple, competing deadlines.
  • Detail-oriented and meticulous with strong written, verbal, and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated experience developing and implementing administrative systems and processes.
  • An enthusiastic and imaginative approach to developing projects and initiatives.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated sensitivity to the many needs of a fast-paced educational and performing arts community.
Qualifications and Skills-Preferred:
  • 3-5 years previous experience in project or event management with demonstrated ability as a producer and/or arts administrator.
  • Strong knowledge and expertise in the wide-ranging and evolving fields of performing and visual arts with a foundation in classical music traditions; ability to read a music score a plus.

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