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The Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra (WCO) seeks a part-time Music Librarian to join our dynamic team to assist the orchestra in successfully executing world-class performances and managing concert performances across Wisconsin.
Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Music Librarian is responsible for all orchestra library functions such as: cataloguing and preservation of music; acquisition and preparation of music for rehearsals and performances; supplying music for all WCO functions including, but not limited to, orchestra rehearsals, performances, and auditions; and serving as source of musical reference and assistance to members of the WCO and its staff. The Music Librarian ensures that all sheet music that is supplied to musicians is in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). The Music Librarian is present at all orchestra services ensuring that the CBA is upheld and any sheet music requests are accommodated.
Who you are: • A working knowledge of orchestral performance practices, repertoire, and ability to read music • Passionate about sheet music • Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team • Excellent organizational, time management communication skills • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, InDesign, Photoshop, Sibelius/Finale/Dorico • Ability to work independently, take initiative, and be a part of a vibrant team • Ability to balance multiple projects under strict deadlines and budgets • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills • Has a valid driver license
Benefits: • 25 hours a week with potential for growth • $18–20/hour, commensurate with experience • Full health and dental benefits • Flexible working environment
Founded in 1960, the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra (WCO) is one of the elite chamber ensembles in the United States, and is dedicated to advancing Wisconsin communities through the transformative power of music. Under the direction of Maestro Andrew Sewell, WCO leverages the unique characteristics of chamber music to bring a wide variety of repertoire to audiences in settings that range from the formality of the concert hall to the intimacy of smaller community venues and the open accessibility of parks and other public spaces.