Associate - Community Partnerships
Job Details
McIntosh Goodrich Mansion - Milwaukee, WI
Full Time
4 Year Degree
$34,000.00 - $36,000.00 Salary/year
Duties and Responsibilities


The Community Partnership Associate at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music is primarily responsible for supporting and coordinating programs that provide music education to students in a wide variety of settings, including public/private/charter schools and early childhood centers.  Occasional attendance at weeknight and weekend events is required.  


The duties of this position include, but are not limited to: 

  • Be a contributing member of the WCM team that shares innovative program ideas and strategies to meet the WCM’s mission: Inspiring individuals and communities through exceptional music education, accessible to all. 

  • Hold to WCM’s values: Empathy, Integrity, Excellence, and Inclusion. 

  • Collect information from Community Partners in order to prepare proposals and contracts. 

  • Schedule meetings and programs with Community Partners.  

  • Create and update files and spreadsheets accurately, including those that contribute to WCM strategic planning metrics. 

  • Serve as a point of contact for faculty, including the coordination of schedules and substitute arrangements. 

  • Track, maintain, and distribute instruments and equipment for Community Partner sites. 

  • Assist with summer programming and Summer Music Institute (SMI). 

  • Support recruitment of students at Community Partner sites for Conservatory programs.  

  • Duties as assigned. 



  • Bachelor’s degree 

  • 1-2 years of experience in an office environment. Attention to detail a must. Motivated professional with critical thinking and multi-tasking skills.  

  • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills. 

  • Professional background in music or a background in music such as past/current participation in ensembles, private lessons, or formal music study of any kind. 

  • Examples of backgrounds that the successful candidates might have in addition to music: education, non-profit management, customer service, and community partnership. 

  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite; prior experience with database management a plus.  

  • Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply.