Employment Opportunities


Employment Opportunities

The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music is the largest non-profit community music school in the state. Founded in 1899, the Conservatory provides musical experiences to students from age four months through senior citizen, to all levels of abilities, working to develop creative, artistic, and whole individuals. The Conservatory annually reaches over 17,000 individuals across southeast Wisconsin through individual lessons, classes, festivals, camps, concerts, fundraising events, and our community music education program Conservatory Connections.

Faculty Opportunities

Applicants may apply for one and/or any of the positions listed below.

Coming soon

Staff Opportunities

Intern Opportunities

There are no intern positions open at this time.

Submit cover letter and resume to Rachel Fritz (rfritz@wcmusic.org). No phone calls. References to be furnished upon request.

Faculty Benefits

Full-time benefit-eligible faculty may be eligible to receive the following:

• Competitive Salary
• Medical Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Accidental Death & Dismemberment Coverage
• Short and Long-term Disability
• 403(b) Retirement Account

Staff Benefits

Benefit-eligible employees may be eligible to receive the following:

• Competitive Salary
• Medical Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Accidental Death & Dismemberment Coverage
• Short and Long-term Disability
• 403(b) Retirement Account
• Paid Vacation and Sick Days
• Paid Holidays

About Milwaukee

The city, the largest metropolitan area in Wisconsin, overlooks beautiful Lake Michigan. Containing a rich cultural heritage, Milwaukee is filled with attractions such as the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Summerfest, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and a highly active festival season in the summer and fall. It is a thriving and growing metropolitan region, ranked in the Top 50 Best Places to Live by USNews.com.

The Conservatory is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment and in the operation of our educational programs and activities. The Conservatory prohibits discrimination based upon race, color, religion, gender, sexuality, national origin, age, disability, and other characteristics protected by applicable federal, stage, and local law.


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