WGI Employment Opportunity: Advocacy and Special Projects Coordinator

WGI Sport of the Arts seeks a qualified candidate for the full-time position of Advocacy and Special Projects Coordinator in our Dayton, Ohio headquarters. You will develop and implement objectives that further WGI’s mission of providing a venue for young people to achieve the extraordinary through performance and competition.

In this newly created position, you will actively assist all three divisions within WGI (Color Guard, Percussion, and Winds) with development of special events, effectuate educational initiatives, and further our organization’s reach by becoming an intricate component of our progressive team environment.

Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree, or equivalent combination of education and experience. You will also need exceptional organizational and communication skills while juggling multiple priorities, and the ability to adapt to a changing environment. Position also requires occasional weekends and does involve some travel. Experience in music education and/or the marching arts is a plus.

If you’re the right person for this opportunity, send your resume to Bart Woodley, Director of Operations, at bart@wgi.org.

WGI Sport of the Arts is the world’s premier organization producing indoor color guard, percussion, and wind ensemble competitions. As a non-profit youth organization, WGI serves as the leading governing body of the winter guard and indoor percussion activities. It is called the Sport of the Arts because it brings music to life through performance in a competitive format.