Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA), a nonprofit organization based in the Wisconsin Center for Music Education in Waunakee, promotes and supports music education by providing programs and services statewide to public and private schools, students and educators. Each year, more than 100,000 students participate in over 220,000 events for WSMA activities, including District and State Solo & Ensemble Music Festivals, Concert Festivals, State Honors Music Project, Student Composition Project and State Marching Band Championships.
WSMA seeks to hire a service-oriented, positive, organized, enthusiastic person with knowledge and skills of program management. The Program Director will work collaboratively with WSMA staff, committee members and a vast network of volunteers throughout the state to effectively and efficiently provide WSMA programs to member schools and their students.
The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator, a collaborative team player with strong interpersonal and technological skills, a self-starter and will have proven success with multi-tasking, planning and problem-solving. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing creative leadership to all aspects of assigned programs, developing training sessions and instructional materials, overseeing the work of volunteers and committee members, on-call trouble shooting for member school contacts and data entry. Preferred candidates will have a minimum of 3 years of experience with program management or similar background and a Bachelor’s Degree.
WSMA offers a competitive salary & benefits package, the opportunity to join a dedicated team of co-workers and a chance to make a difference for thousands of people in Wisconsin by working on behalf of music education. For full consideration, all applications must be received by August 5. To apply, send cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to Wisconsin School Music Association, Attn: Timothy J. Schaid, Ph.D., Executive Director, 1005 Quinn Drive, Waunakee, WI, 53597.