Sister Bay, Wis. (January 25, 2021) – Midsummer’s Music, has brought chamber music to Door County Wisconsin audiences for more than three decades. Our concerts, which have been called “exciting, pulse-pounding and riveting” have included world premieres and feature world-class artists. The inspiring concerts have touched more than two thousand listeners every year, plus thousands more via Wisconsin Public Radio broadcasts, and “Live from WFMT”.
Midsummer’s Music is a multi-faceted organization featuring concerts, collaborations with local organizations and institutions, and is home to an annual music series that attracts musicians from Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Aspen Music Festival, among others. We serve to provide unique and diverse cultural, historical, and scenic musical experiences with our series of 40 concerts in unique venues. This position location is Sister Bay, Wisconsin.
Position Description: The Associate Director (AD) role is a management level position which requires expert knowledge and the ability to work independently. The AD manages MM’s office functions and information systems in addition to managing concert/event logistics, support, and reporting. The AD reports to the Executive Director and acts on behalf of the organization in the director’s absence.
- Manages MM’s office operations, office staff, office budget, and vendor relations.
- Manages concert/event logistics, support and reporting.
- Manages schedules, calendars and appointments for MM and related communications.
- Ensures current and accurate data in financial and patron management systems.
- Works with external accountants to ensure accurate and timely payroll processing, sales tax reporting, and government reporting as needed.
- Ensures customer support for inquiries and ticket sales and serves as first level of escalation.
- Coordinates with Marketing Consultant to obtain advertising and ensure timely and accurate execution of advertising placements.
- Prepares operational reports for the BOD and other reports as need for the ED, BOD, or Board Committee Chairs.
- Provides support on the planning, implementation, development and/or servicing of ideas for Midsummer’s Music.
Four-year degree from an accredited institution, Business Administration or related field, OR appropriate combination of education and significant experience in office, non-profit, or account management or a related field with proven ability to provide specific experience. Outstanding communication and intrapersonal skills with a high degree of maturity and professionalism. Customer service orientation. High degree of personal ownership and accountability. Recognizes when a decision is needed for problem solving, analyzes the situation and makes independent recommendations and decisions.
All qualified applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.