We are pleased that you are considering the Conservatory as a potential employer. Located in the heart of San Francisco's Performing Arts District, faculty and staff enjoy a stimulating and rewarding work environment and the opportunity to support and nurture great musical talent for the 21st century. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to developing a diverse workforce. Please click here to view jobs.
Our Employee Handbook provides a general overview of policies and procedures for all Conservatory faculty and staff.
Please take time to review the Emergency Action Plan, the Injury and Illness Prevention Plan and the Annual Campus Safety Report.
The Emergency Action Plan provides instructions for responding to emergency situations that may occur, such as a fire, an earthquake or threat of violence. Every student, faculty and staff member should familiarize themselves with protocols such as our earthquake and evacuation response procedures.
The Injury and Illness Prevention Plan, an ongoing work in progress that is reviewed by our Safety Committee, contains information regarding safety programs at the Conservatory. This document is intended to provide guidance for identifying, reporting and responding to hazards, potential emergencies and other situations that can interfere with our work environment.
Finally, the Campus Safety and Security Report contains information about specific crime activity that may occur on campus and on public property immediately adjacent to campus. The report uses data gathered annually by our Campus Security and the San Francisco Police Department and is updated on or before October 1 of each year.
A variety of job opportunities are available to students seeking employment on campus; however, pursuit of jobs within the Conservatory will require persistence and the willingness and ability to demonstrate your qualifications for the available positions.
New and returning students who are seeking employment at the Conservatory should attend the On-Campus Job Fair on Thursday, August 29, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, on the second level of the Atrium. This event will provide you with the opportunity to meet most hiring managers in one place. You should come prepared with multiple copies of your resume (CV) and cover letters. A list of departments that typically hire students can be found here.
Please be aware of the following student employment guidelines:
You can review Conservatory in the Schools at: www.sfcm.edu/conservatory-in-the-schools.
If you have any questions, please contact: