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The California Jazz Conservatory (CJC), Berkeley, CA, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of President — The President serves as strategic partner with the Board of Directors in advancing the School’s mission, goals, annual objectives and oversees all aspects of program administration.
The President reports to the California Jazz Conservatory Board of Directors and is directly responsible for the School’s administration, including the areas of personnel leadership, financial management and accountability, educational excellence and community, public and private development initiatives.
While stewardship is essential, this is a leadership opportunity aimed toward growth and expansion of both the degree and community programs, cultivating talent among the student body and the leadership team, building the development/ funding base and amplifying the national reputation of the program.
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About the California Jazz Conservatory
Over the last 25 years, The California Jazz Conservatory has grown into the only independent accredited music conservatory in the country devoted solely to the study and performance of jazz and jazz-influenced styles of music. The Conservatory provides a dynamic community of students, artists, educators, scholars and audiences with a forum to study, perform, teach, research and appreciate jazz.
Comprised of two music education offerings, the CJC includes an accredited postsecondary degree program and the Jazzschool Community Music School, a community-wide education program. The institution honors the contributions of past jazz masters, promotes artistic innovation, and brings together a diverse music community to develop practical skills, acquire artistic sensibility, realize creative potential and find artistic voice.
The California Jazz Conservatory, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status or protected veteran status