Choristers Guild School Choral Music Editor (SING!)

Job Description

 

This position bears the following specific responsibilities related to the production of 70 – 100 annual units:

 

  • Choral Octavos and Collections
    • Ideation, solicitation, and review of music
    • Editing, proofing, and production of music
    • Ensure texts remain consistent with the Choristers Guild mission in the context of the Public/Private/Parochial school market
    • Oversee production of cover designs with CG Artist
    • Create and oversee production of product descriptions
    • Oversee production of recordings
    • Design and manage production schedule

 

  • Educational Publications (including books and collections and possible musicals)
    • Ideation, solicitation and review of education publications
    • Editing, proofing, and production of education publications
    • Line editing within an engraving software  
    • Production of related recordings
    • Production of product descriptions
    • Design and manage production schedule

 

  • Annual Choral Promotion Mailing
    • Manage the design and implementation of the Fall choral promotion mailing to a targeted list of prime customers
    • Design and manage production schedule

 

  • Marketing
    • Maintain communication with the marketing director regarding product promotions
    • Maintain communication with marketing director regarding product promotions and processing of music engraving needs
    • Update web catalog with new products
    • Update dealer catalog spreadsheet with new products
    • Update conference sales excel file with new products
    • Communicate new products to distribution manager
    • Manage music reviewer lists and order reviewer packets
    • Actively solicit reading sessions or workshops at appropriate conventions and determine product needs
    • Serve as clinician at appropriate conventions and reading sessions
    • Serve as Choristers Guild sales representative at event exhibits as assigned
    • Determine product needs for conventions and workshops where attending
    • Select music for reading session packets

The position requires manual dexterity; balance; standing, walking and sitting for long periods of time.  Must have ability to navigate complex inventory, use technology to read instructions and enter information. Use excellent planning, organizational and communication skills, extreme attention to detail.  Knowledge of Microsoft products and other software preferred.  Expertise in Finale and or Sibelius preferred.  Position may be Dallas office based or remote.  Ten percent travel within the United States.

Apply to manager@choristersguild.org, with resume and salary requirements. 

Current office is near Central Expressway and LBJ in North Dallas, air- conditioned office environment.  Email resume to manager@choristersguild.org

Choristers Guild is a 501c3 nonprofit with the mission to Enable Leaders to Nurture the Spiritual and Musical Growth of Children, Youth, and Adults.  As part of this mission, provide educational materials, webinars, a bi-monthly magazine, and publish educational materials as well as sacred, school and instrumental music.

Choristers Guild

Order Fulfillment Specialist

The primary purpose of this part- time position is to provide efficient, fast and flawless order fulfillment, packing and shipping service to Choristers Guild members, customers and dealers, manage inventory storage, mailroom, printer, and receive and process products into inventory.

Responsibilities include:

  • Search inventory, pull or print, pack  and ship items for daily customer orders with 100 percent accuracy and speed
  • Pull, print and pack and ship items for conference exhibits
  • Maintain an organized shipping area and stock rooms
  • Use different software to make and track shipments
  • Use and maintain production printer
  • Annual Inventory
  • Receive and stock inventory
  • Create CD’s utilizing software and packaging
  • Customer service, general office work as needed

Responsibilities require the employee to lift and/or move up to 40 pounds repetitively, and navigate challenging physical spaces in which equipment is located. The position requires manual dexterity; balance; standing, walking and sitting for long periods of time.  Ability to navigate complex inventory, use technology to read instructions and enter information. Use excellent planning, organizational and communication skills, extreme attention to detail.  Knowledge of Microsoft products and other software preferred.

Up to 30 hours a week.  Current office is near Central Expressway and LBJ in North Dallas, air- conditioned office environment.  Email resume to manager@choristersguild.org

Choristers Guild is a 501c3 nonprofit with the mission to Enable Leaders to Nurture the Spiritual and Musical Growth of Children, Youth, and Adults.  As part of this mission, provide educational materials, webinars, a bi-monthly magazine, and publish educational materials as well as sacred, school and instrumental music.