LWE ADMINISTRATOR. The Administrator of the Lakeshore Wind Ensemble is an independent contractor responsible for the day-to-day operations and administration of the Association. DUTIES. The duties of the LWE Administrator include, but are not limited to the following: • set up the rehearsal area (i.e., UWGB, Manitowoc Campus, L126 band room) for all LWE and LBB rehearsals; • prepare music folders (copy and insert music in folders by instrument parts) for each concert prior to first rehearsal; • set up order of pieces for rehearsal to project on screen; • maintain and update list (contact information) of LWE and LBB members; • in conjunction with the music director, keep track of attendance; • keep records of all donations to the LWEA; coordinate with Treasurer for deposit; • send thank-you cards to donors, with complimentary ticket vouchers (as appropriate); • prepare all correspondence for the LWEA; • submit bills to the Treasurer for timely payment; • organize, inventory, and maintain the music library so that music is readily accessible; • keep inventory of LWEA-owned instruments, uniforms, etc., check out instruments to members, and maintain records of loaned instruments; • ensure that all equipment arrives at the CCC in time for dress rehearsals; • ensure the CCC has up-to-date seating charts for each concert; • provide LWE and LBB musician lists to CCC for complimentary tickets; • provide concert dates and titles to CCC for timely printing of concert tickets; • secure dress rehearsal and concert dates with the CCC; • order music and other materials or equipment for the LWEA; • assist with the design of the LWEA season ticket brochure; • coordinate the bulk mailing of the season ticket brochure; • distribute information from the Board to the LWE and/or LBB membership; • manage the biennial Young Artist Competition; • manage the Two Rivers summer concert, including supervision of transport of equipment and stage set-up; • help plan the annual LWEA banquet; and • help plan any social activities (e.g., LWEA Christmas party). 2 COMPENSATION. The LWE Administrator is a part-time hourly position, with wages commensurate with experience. Compensation, paid bi-weekly, will be reported on IRS Form 1099-NEC, with no withholding. Administrator is responsible for reporting income and paying any required federal/state taxes. TIME COMMITMENT. The LWE Administrator is a part-time position, with flexible hours. In the past, the Administrator has averaged about ten hours per week. The Administrator is generally expected to be present at LWE rehearsals (Tuesdays, 6:00-8:00 PM) and at LBB rehearsals (Wednesdays, 6:00-8:00 PM) during the concert rehearsal season (September – May). More hours are required during concert weeks. RESOURCES PROVIDED. The LWEA provides the Administrator with (i) office space in UWGB-Manitowoc Campus (and building access); (ii) laptop with access to LWEA website ( hosted on the UWGB server; (iii) VOIP line (phone and voicemail), accessible during the UWGB academic year; (iv) mail delivery and service at UWGB-Manitowoc Campus; and (v) LWEA stationery, envelopes, and other office supplies. REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS. The successful candidate will have an undergraduate degree or equivalent experience, possess an energetic personality, good people skills, and a willingness to promote the LWE/LBB. The successful candidate must have good computer skills, be comfortable speaking in public, and at least a rudimentary knowledge of music. The successful candidate need not be an LWE/LBB member. REPORTING. The LWE Administrator reports to the LWEA Board of Directors. CONTACT. Persons interested in this position should contact David Scherer, LWEA Board President, at or 920-684-0870.