Senior Vice President of Communications and Marketing

Updated: 1 day ago
Location: College Station, TEXAS
Job Type: FullTime

Job Description:

The Opportunity

Comprised of the Berklee College of Music, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Berklee NYC, Berklee Abu Dhabi, Berklee Valencia, and the Division of Pre-College, Online and Professional Programs, Berklee is a preeminent institution of contemporary music, theater, and dance, offering degree granting programs in Boston, New York City, and Valencia, Spain, and through Berklee Online. Berklee Abu Dhabi offers pre-college and professional educational programs, and serves as a key cultural partner for the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism, including through the annual Berklee Abu Dhabi Culture Summit.

Dedicated to nurturing the creative and career potential of the world’s most inspired artists, Berklee’s commitment to arts education is reflected in the work of its students, faculty, and alumni – who have been recognized with 297 Grammy Awards, 95 Latin Grammy Awards, 25 Emmy Awards, seven Academy Awards, and five Tony Awards. Graduates go on to successful careers in the performing and creative arts, the media and entertainment industries, and as arts entrepreneurs.

Berklee invites applications and nominations for the newly elevated position of Senior Vice President of Communications and Marketing (SVP). Located in Boston, this senior leadership role will serve as the Chief Communications and Marketing Officer of Berklee, reporting directly to the President. Collaborating with academic and administrative colleagues across Berklee, the SVP will provide overall vision, strategic and operational leadership, policy guidance, and direct management of a comprehensive integrated marketing and communications portfolio.

To help realize its goals, Berklee seeks a marketing and communications expert and leader who will harness the power of consistent, coordinated, and proactive creative messaging to drive greater visibility and both internal and external awareness of Berklee’s unique characteristics, as well as elevate it to new heights in national and international distinction.

The successful candidate will bring an inclusive and facilitative leadership style that inspires and empowers staff, encourages open communication and collaboration throughout Berklee, and fosters innovation. Working with talented and dedicated staff within communications and marketing, as well as faculty and administrative leaders across the organization, this leader will help develop and implement a clear, unified vision for marketing and communications that will engage the Berklee community and position the institution for future success.

This is an exceptional opportunity for a proven leader to initiate positive change and make a lasting impact for one of the world’s leading arts institutions.

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

Berklee and Berkhemer Clayton, Inc. are committed to a process that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome all qualified candidates for consideration.

Berklee is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical disability, mental disability, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic which may be specified by law or institute policy.

For more on Berklee’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, please see the College’s Diversity Values Statement and visit the Office for Diversity and Inclusion .

Position Summary

In partnership with academic and administrative leaders throughout Berklee, the SVP will provide leadership and vision for all internal and external communications and marketing activities for Berklee, including institutional branding, advancement communications, admissions/enrollment marketing, executive communications, social media, public and media relations, internal communications, publications, photo and graphic design, and web development and editorial services.

Reporting directly to Berklee’s President, Erica Muhl , the SVP will serve on the Executive Leadership Team and will be responsible for conceiving, implementing, and directing a holistic, high-level, and multi-faceted communications and marketing strategy that best highlights Berklee’s many assets and ensures Berklee is consistently, accurately, effectively, inclusively, and more proactively communicating content that enhances the recognition of the uniqueness of the Berklee community and supports the institution’s mission, vision, and strategic goals. The SVP will oversee and facilitate delivery of comprehensive, multi-channel campaigns and initiatives, working in close collaboration with a broad array of internal and external partners.

The SVP will lead a centralized in-house team currently of 37 talented communications and marketing professionals, in addition to freelance and agency contractors, and will coordinate communications efforts in Admissions/Enrollment, Institutional Advancement, and leaders across Berklee to develop a clear, unified vision and direction in how best to target and proactively engage specific external and internal audiences, including prospective and current students, board members, faculty and staff, parents, alumni, current and prospective donors, the academic community, and industry leaders through a range of digital, print, and associated platforms, to include the Berklee website, as well as all social media platforms and all facets of the institution’s online presence.

The SVP will have three primary mandates:

Enhance Berklee’s reputation and standing as leader in arts education in support of recruitment, philanthropy, and other key partnerships.

Lead communications and marketing programs that align with Berklee’s institutional strategies and priorities, across a variety of platforms and channels, and with measurable/quantifiable outcomes.

Ensure cohesion of positioning, brand identity, and core messaging across Berklee, while supporting and differentiating its distinct attributes, audiences, and goals unique to each site. 

This individual will be tasked with bringing Berklee’s brand to life and communicating its story and impressive trajectory to the world at large, with strategies that position the institution as a whole, while amplifying the unique strengths of its different campuses and academic centers. This will include introducing fresh, creative, bold strategies, and modernizing modes of communication, creating integrated campaigns and targeted strategies designed to better communicate content that supports institutional goals and reflects the Berklee of today and the future.

The SVP will also be the main point person for issues management and crisis communications and will be looked to for direction whenever challenging conditions arise, anticipating and preparing for likely issues and convening Berklee’s ready-response team to provide counsel in effective response and communications.

All of this will be accomplished with a high level of professionalism and integrity, a transparent, team-oriented, and collaborative style, a demonstrated commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity, and access, a passion for the mission of Berklee, and a commitment to identifying and embracing opportunities for change that will move the College forward.

Additional areas of responsibility will include, but are not limited to:

Providing Visionary Strategic and Administrative Leadership:

  • Integrated Strategy & Planning: Develop comprehensive integrated communications and marketing plans that maximize target audiences, channels, partners, business objectives, and campaign initiatives. Oversee execution of the plans’ elements, in close collaboration with cross-functional partners, and evaluate each plans success at regular intervals, making necessary enhancements as needed.

  • Cross-functional Collaboration: To remain current on critical organizational priorities, and to communicate and involve the organization in the communications and marketing agenda, this element of the role is critical to success. For key initiatives, consistent interfaces with leaders throughout Berklee will be critical to developing sound strategy and achieving goals. Drive consensus and champion the positive values of the organization through inspirational, collaborative leadership. 

  • Team & Capabilities Building: Assess, identify, and fill the needs of Communications and Marketing team members, resources, infrastructure, external agency partners and capabilities.

  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Prioritize and expand efforts to center inclusion, diversity, equity, and access as they relate to Berklee’s mission, and intentionally apply a mission-centric lens to all decision-making and strategic planning within the institution.

  • Team & Budget Management: Establish best practices, protocols, procedures (SOPs), workflows, and processes in communications and marketing that will foster optimal productivity and a bi-directional communications mindset. Lead professional development, performance reviews, coaching and mentorship in partnership with Human Resources.

  • Educate the Berklee Community: Establish workshops and experiences that would train, coach, and advise all faculty and staff in the framework, vision, and fluid landscape for communications and marketing.

Oversight of External and Internal Communications:

  • Strategy & Planning: Establish the messaging platform and media strategy, introducing innovative thinking and broad perspective to the communications approach. Execute messaging strategies through effective, forward-thinking channels and methodologies that increase positive exposure, visibility and engagement.

  • Brand & Reputation Management: Develop and implement robust earned media initiatives that support and advance Berklee to its targeted stakeholders. Work to enhance a strong positive reputation for the organization and support its future growth. Oversee positioning and corresponding brand architecture and ensure consistency of messaging.

  • Proactive Media Relations: Oversee the Media Relations function to achieve a significant increase in strategic, positive media coverage. Build strong relationships with key national and international outlets. Effectively engage media to securing feature articles, cover stories, broadcast appearances, and other coverage, with mainstream press, trade publications, digital outlets, and rankings publishers.

  • Thought Leadership & Positioning: Through a variety of media and channels showcase Berklee leaders and faculty as subject matter experts in targeted, priority areas.

  • Issues Management & Crisis Communications: Work closely with relevant internal partners to prepare for and respond to issues. Lead communications response to issues and crises that arise. Act as spokesperson when appropriate, and work to minimize any reputational impact to the organization, advising leadership on sound courses of action relating to internal and external communications. Establish contingencies for proactive and reactive approaches, ensuring a strong framework for addressing concerns and highlighting positive messages.

  • Digital Channels and Assets: Enhance Berklee’s online presence by actively managing dynamic digital platforms and activities that support its goals and enhance its reputation. Recommend/institute improvements in methodologies, and introduce or phase out platforms as needed. Develop sophistication of capabilities in listening, analytics, optimization and other technologies and trends.

  • Internal Communications: In partnership with Human Resources, Student Affairs, and other internal partners, lead internal communications for Berklee. Advise leaders on messaging to faculty, staff, and students, working with peers in various departments.

  • Presidential Communications: Provide leadership and oversight to the director of Presidential Communications in developing a forward-looking, strategic communications plan and process for the President of Berklee. Communicate presidential priorities to key audiences, support initiatives through effective communications materials (speeches, white papers, remarks, letters). 

  • Leader Communications: Devise position statements, talking points, Q&A material, and other needed messaging for the president and other leaders as needed to ensure consistency of messaging. Coach, counsel, and accompany leaders during media events. Prepare leaders for media appearances through briefings and coaching.

  • Advancement Communications: Work with the SVP of Advancement and other fundraising leadership to develop an annual advancement communications plan to drive donor awareness, engagement, giving, and recognition. Support fundraising campaign goals through compelling communications messaging and tools.  

  • Visual Design: Oversee Berklee’s visual design, video, photographic imagery, interactive content, and other related elements, to ensure proper positioning and compelling storytelling.

  • Multi-channel Communications Campaigns: Implement data-driven multi-channel communications campaigns that help achieve overarching business, recruitment and philanthropy goals. Assess and evaluate the success of campaigns using metrics/KPIs and quantifiable data to enhance subsequent campaigns. Oversee the Communications data repository, including organizational facts, rankings, executive biographies, industry/competitor data points, etc.

  • Entity Public Relations: Publicize, promote, market, and support the various campuses and their distinct offerings in line with the overall organizational brand architecture and messaging.

Oversight of Marketing and Digital Channels:

  • Marketing Planning: Collaborating with other Berklee marketers, develop and implement complimentary marketing plans, utilizing KPIs and success metrics, and accounting for all available channels. Ensure the planning process involves key organizational stakeholders to ensure cohesion and consistency, and gains buy-in for direction, goals and initiatives.

  • Visual Design and Storytelling: Oversee Creative Services and Content Strategy to develop compelling and effective digital, print, multimedia, and interactive collateral that builds both the Berklee brand, as well as supports the goals of its unique entities.

  • Experiential Marketing: Oversee events in collaboration with event organizers and participants from Berklee departments, ensuring brand, messaging, “look & feel” and consistent standards of experience are attained. Create multi-channel promotions to publicize events, and ensure event follow-up with participants, as well as post-event analysis/evaluation.

  • Website and Search Engine Optimization: Ensure strong designs and architectures are in place on websites, microsites, landing pages, and all owned media, as well as strong back-end technologies, sound mobile optimization, advanced SEO/SEM programs, paid and organic search, and other marketing-mix and content management tools.

  • Agency oversight: Manage relationships with external vendors, agencies, and consultants to optimize visual story telling, creative assets and marketing, including agency selection and oversight.

Candidate Profile

The successful candidate will be an inclusive, collaborative, transparent, and action-oriented leader with the professional experience and leadership style to inspire respect for a common vision within the Communications and Marketing team, and throughout the Berklee community. This leader will have demonstrated ability in developing and executing successful campaigns and strategies, with 15 or more years of relevant communications, marketing, and/or media relations experience, in positions of increasing responsibility, and at least ten years in a supervisory or senior management capacity.

The SVP will have the interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills to navigate a decentralized, constantly evolving, mission-driven enterprise and the variety of cultures and business practices such an enterprise sustains. They will be secure personally and able to harness the strength of others to keep the organization focused on Berklee’s goals, objectives, and priorities. This leader will achieve and sustain an optimal balance of robust central services and standards, center-led innovation, and local innovation, and will succeed through their subject-matter expertise, influence, business acumen, relationship skills, and results. They will be someone who partners readily on the basis of a shared understanding of institutional priorities and fiscal realities.

The ideal candidate will be politically savvy and have a track record of success exercising diplomacy while navigating complex environments. The SVP should also have the values and a demonstrated record that allows them to build on Berklee’s deep commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and justice, through actions that further these values. Current or prior experience in higher education is not required.

Berklee seeks candidates with the following specific qualities, characteristics, experience, and degrees understanding that each candidate brings relative strengths and weaknesses and that no single candidate will be equally strong in every area:

Strategic and Administrative Leadership:

  • A creative, action-oriented leader, with proven success driving unified vision, change, and growth within an organization and translating broad goals into achievable steps.

  • Exceptional deductive reasoning, critical thinking, analytic, strategic planning, and synthesis skills, with the intellectual curiosity and willingness to encourage and champion innovation, and the ability to generate buy-in and develop consensus and excitement for new ideas, while maintaining a sense of urgency and commitment to results to keep initiatives on track.

  • Excellent organizational, administrative and project management skills, including the ability to diagnose critical areas that require attention, assimilate information quickly, arrive at conclusions and accurately represent a position to a variety of audiences; and then translate strategies into achievable steps.

  • Extensive experience in leading, managing and overseeing creative and editorial teams, by providing inspirational vision and setting clear objectives. The individual must also posses the ability to employ a relationship-driven approach, while maintaining a deadline-driven, fast-paced, team work ethic.

  • Strong managerial experience of hiring, training, structuring, and maximizing departments of senior marketing and PR professionals in-house, as well as external agency selection, oversight and management.

  • An accessible, facilitative leadership style, characterized by integrity, high emotional intelligence, intellectual curiosity and creativity, a commitment to transparency and collaboration, coupled with expediency, decisiveness, fairness, and accountability.

  • Progressive, data-driven communications mindset, with a firm grasp on trends and technologies, as well as the ability to effectivley deploy these resources.

  • A forward-thinking outlook that embraces diversity, inclusivity, sustainability, technology, wellness, and a wide range of progressive strategies. A leader who considers issues of inclusion, diversity, equity, and access in decision-making and strategic planning, and is mindful of biases in their own decision-making and in that of others within the organization.

Communications Experience:

  • Success developing and implementing creative solutions to communications challenges, with expertise using a range of digital and traditional media channels.

  • A proven track-record of proactively engaging with press/media to secure positive coverage with national, tier-1 outlets, as well as regionally and through targeted outlets and channels.

  • Extensive experience in developing and executing overarching communications strategies for a matrixed organization with multiple entities, and a demonstrated success in utilizing communications and marketing strategies to enhance an organization’s brand, reputation and positioning.

  • Strong capabilities in digital communications, including experience in social listening; online advertising; Search Engine Optimization and Management, paid and organic search; mobile optimization; influencer channels; and use of paid media in integrated plans.

  • Strong skills in leading issues and reputation management and crisis communications. Demonstrated track record of counseling senior leadership in challenging media response scenarios.

  • Previous involvement in internal communications, as well as executive communications. Experience in labor relations, fundraising communications or community outreach communications a plus. 

Marketing Experience:

  • Proven ability to align marketing plans with strategic priorities of the organization across multiple partners.

  • Previous leadership of end-to-end experiential marketing initiatives, outreach campaigns, event promotion, and post-campaign evaluations.

  • Knowledge of data-driven marketing methodologies, digital marketing, supporting technology infrastructures. Aptitude in establishing analytics and dashboards.

Education Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, advertising, journalism, business administration, or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience required. Advanced degree preferred. Bilingual or multilingual a plus.

Berklee

Dynamic, innovative, creative, global, and bold. A place that embraces improvisation and innovation.

Berklee is a singular institution that has grown and built on its roots in jazz, connection to the music of the African diaspora, and dedication to contemporary music. The institution continues to integrate and find connections between its historical roots and the contemporary worlds of music, theater, and dance. Berklee is a place where artists come together to innovate and co-create and where artistic and cultural diversity is embraced and celebrated. This ethos permeates all aspects of Berklee – from teaching and learning to administration to governance – and is fundamental to the Berklee experience.

Just as it nurtures the creative and career potential of the world’s most inspired artists, Berklee continually cultivates its own promise – stretching, growing, and reinventing itself in a rapidly changing world. In recent years Berklee has opened a campus in Valencia, Spain; grown Berklee Online into the world’s largest and most celebrated online music school; partnered with the City of New York to establish a center for Berklee at the storied Power Station Studios in Midtown Manhattan; and partnered with the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism to launch Berklee’s first educational programs in the Arab world at the Berklee Abu Dhabi Center. In 2016, back home in Boston, the Boston Conservatory joined forces with Berklee College of Music, establishing a performing arts training institution unparalleled in its breadth and depth. The combined institution – Berklee – is an education powerhouse with global reach and vast cultural impact.

At Berklee, students explore interdisciplinary approaches to music, dance, theater, film, business, entrepreneurship, education, technology, and more. Youth programs under the Berklee City Music and Berklee Global Partners programs reach underserved classrooms throughout the U.S. and beyond. With students and alumni from more than 100 nations and educational partners across the world, Berklee forges connections among art forms, musical traditions, and technologies to build a dynamic, sustainable, diverse, and collaborative global arts community. Diversity in all its forms is a source of strength for the institution.

Newsweek recently ranked Berklee College of Music as third among all U.S. colleges that “offer an exceptional artistic atmosphere.” In 2017, Billboard listed Berklee as an “Elite Music Business School Shaping the Industry’s Future,” highlighting Berklee’s growth in Valencia and its music business degree programs. The Luxonomist ranked Berklee’s campuses in Boston and Valencia as the top two music colleges in the world. Backstage magazine, the leading resource for actors, singers, dancers, and associated performing arts professionals, wrote that the Boston Conservatory is widely recognized as the best program for contemporary dance.

During the past year, stories about Berklee have appeared in the Boston Globe, NPR, New York Times, Billboard, Playbill, Rolling Stone, PBS, The Guardian, LA Times, Downbeat, Variety, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Broadway World, and more. There was extensive media coverage of recent honorary degree recipients Ringo Starr, Joni Mitchell, Celine Dion, and Pharrell Williams.

A Unique Institution

Each learning environment at Berklee brings distinctiveness to the whole and creates a portfolio of opportunities to deepen and broaden the Berklee experience of every student, faculty member and staff:

Berklee College of Music has become the world's singular learning lab for the music of today – and tomorrow. It is a microcosm of the music world, reflecting the interplay between music and culture; an environment where aspiring music professionals learn how to integrate new ideas, adapt to changing musical genres, and showcase their distinctive skills in an evolving community. 

Boston Conservatory at Berklee is internationally recognized as an innovative leader among conservatory programs, focused on elevating and celebrating every aspect of the performing arts. The school continues to distinguish itself with a vision of dance, music and theater that encompasses a multidisciplinary learning environment, creative programming, and deep community engagement. 

Berklee Online : Established in 2002, Berklee Online is the premier innovator and largest provider of worldwide music education online. Berklee Online serves 16k enrollments from 150+ countries annually through its courses, certificate programs, undergraduate, and graduate degree programs, and 100k enrollments annually via its MOOCs (massive open online courses) in partnership with Coursera and edX. Because Berklee Online isn’t tethered to a physical campus, anyone in the world can get a Berklee education at their own pace at 65% less than on-campus tuition. 

Berklee Valencia is the first international campus established by Berklee outside of Boston. Launched in 2012, it presented Berklee’s first graduate programs attracting students from over 70 different countries. Valencia’s programs also include Study Abroad and Summer Programs and is focused on developing student’s global mindset as well as expanding their professional opportunities at a global scale, leveraging its presence in Europe and the Mediterranean, as well as its connection with Latin America. 

Berklee NYC : In 2017, a landmark public-private-nonprofit partnership brought together Berklee, the city of New York, and a private donor to revitalize the historic recording studio on West 53rd Street, now named Power Station at Berklee NYC. Offering master degree programs in Songwriting and Production, Live Music Production and Design, and Writing and Design for Musical Theater, the inaugural class graduated in July 2022.

Berklee City Music provides educational opportunities for talented but economically disadvantaged urban youth. The program has partners in cities across America and abroad, reaching more than 55,000 students. A partnership with the New York City Department of Education brings music programs to more than 60,000 K–12 students in 600 New York City public schools. The Encore Gala, the annual fundraising event for City Music, has raised more than $30 million for the City Music Scholarship Fund, and provides financial support to students to attend summer programs and enroll full-time at Berklee. 

Berklee Abu Dhabi is situated in one of the most culturally diverse and historically rich parts of the world. Berklee’s center, opened in 2020, partakes in the rich and prolific tradition of Arabic music and culture. Programs offered at the center in Abu Dhabi serve local and regional students of all ages with ensembles, private instruction, a recording studio, and instruction in production, songwriting, dance, theater, and more.

Berklee Summer Programs : With 31 different offerings attracting 2,500 students on campus and online annually, Berklee Summer Programs (BSP) is one of America’s largest pre-college arts educators and a significant part of the Berklee success story. Founded in 1986, this $11M enterprise includes a flagship five-week program for high-school students called Aspire. Aspire is a talent development program for Berklee College of Music accounting for 15-18% of the incoming freshman class since 2016. In its new home in the Pre-College, Online and Professional Programs division, opportunities for expansion into K-12, adult programming and hybrid formats make BSP ideally positioned for strength in new markets.

Berklee’s different learning environments serve the wide range of interests and aptitudes of its artistic student body.

President Erica Muhl

An accomplished composer and conductor, Erica Muhl is the first woman to serve as Berklee’s president and only the fourth president in the institution's 75-year history.

Throughout her career as a creative artist, scholar, teacher, and administrator, Muhl has remained committed to maintaining rigorous standards of academic excellence while seeking to forge new paradigms and models for higher education. She has worked steadily to catalyze the field toward change, in particular as a staunch public advocate for multidisciplinary and integrative programs that nurture innovative thought through an emphasis on creativity as fueled by technology and entrepreneurship.

For Muhl's full biography, visit Berklee’s President's Page .

Berklee is Strong

Much has been written about the challenges facing institutions of higher education in the United States, especially during the pandemic. However, Berklee has been forward thinking in addressing many of these issues.

  • Berklee successfully navigated the pandemic, prioritizing health and safety, delivery of top-quality educational content, financial sustainability, and investment for the future. As a result, the value of Berklee's brand continues to grow both nationally and internationally.

  • Berklee’s new president, Dr. Erica Muhl brings extraordinary expertise, experience, and credentials to Berklee and is quickly building on Berklee’s strong foundation and strategic positioning.

  • Overall on-campus enrollment at Berklee College of Music, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Berklee NYC, and Berklee Valencia is close to 6,500 students for the current fall semester, compared to 5,670 in fall 2019.

  • Total student enrollment for Berklee Online was over 8,700 over the past academic year (2021-22), a 36 % increase from 2019-2020.

  • Six years after the merger with the Boston Conservatory, Berklee continues to strengthen its strategic positioning in the performing arts through the Conservatory’s music, dance, and theater divisions. The new BFA in Commercial Dance launched during the fall 2022 semester, and exceeded enrollment expectations by nearly doubling the anticipated size of the inaugural class.

  • Berklee Online continues to outperform, with growth continuing at double-digit rates. Revenues increased from $30 million to almost $50 million during the pandemic.

  • Berklee Valencia, Spain, celebrated its 10-year anniversary this year and has recently expanded its facilities to accommodate continuing demand strength.

  • After a year-long, $21 million renovation, Berklee NYC re-opened in fall 2021, offering a Master of Arts in Creative Media and Technology, with three distinct specializations, including the popular Songwriting and Production program. Berklee NYC exceeded projected enrollment targets for its first two years.

  • Berklee’s 2022 financial results reflect new records in revenues and operating surplus. Liquidity and overall balance sheet positioning remain strong, providing a solid foundation for future investment and growth.

  • Berklee’s endowment has been well positioned through the pandemic, and the most recent economic downturns. Through a sound investment strategy, prudent operational [TR9] management, and successful fundraising the endowment has grown from $159.3 million in 2005 to $403.5 million as of May 31. 2022.

For more about Berklee, please visit About Berklee , Fundamental Values , and Mission and Philosophy .

Location

The SVP role will be based at Berklee's Boston campus, home to Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Located in the city's vibrant Back Bay neighborhood, the campus pulses with continual music, theater, and dance events, and creative energy. Beyond campus, Boston offers a wealth of opportunities for outdoor recreation, dining, shopping, sports, and nightlife. Boston is also home to extraordinary art and science museums, historic houses of worship, an exciting theater district, unique galleries and markets, and countless opportunities for exploration and adventure on land or sea.

Attractions and opportunities aside, Berklee students, alumni, faculty, and staff often note that it is the people of Boston that make this such a special place to learn and develop. Consistently ranked "America’s smartest city" by Forbes , Boston is at the forefront of innovation in education, technology, and the arts, providing opportunities for inspiration, collaboration, and personal growth.

For more about Boston please visit https://www.bostonusa.com/ .

Procedure For Confidential Candidacy

Submit resumes or nominations, with assurance of confidentiality, to Berkhemer Clayton, Inc.:

Ben Lambert

Senior Vice President

Head of Higher Education, Healthcare & Nonprofit Practice

ben@berkhemerclayton.com

Linh Duong

Senior Associate

linh@berkhemerclayton.com

This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” employment relationship.

 

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Equal Employment Opportunity at Berklee : 

We support an inclusive workplace where everyone excels based on personal merit, qualifications, experience, ability, and job performance.  Berklee affirms that inequality is detrimental to our faculty, staff, students, and the communities we serve. Our goal is to make lasting change through our actions. Berklee is committed to providing fair and equitable consideration of all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, ancestry, age, national origin, place of birth, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, genetic information, or status as a member of the armed forces or veteran of the armed forces, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law.

As part of this commitment, Berklee will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact the Human Resources Team at hroperations@Berklee.edu or call 617-747-2375.

Berklee is committed to increasing the diversity of our institution, community, and the curriculum. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to apply and to identify their strengths in this area.

*Currently enrolled Berklee students are not permitted to apply for staff or faculty positions.*


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