Employment Opportunities

IT Coordinator

Carl Fischer/Theodore Presser Company is seeking an IT Coordinator to be responsible for the design, development, maintenance and support of information systems. The position is based in King of Prussia, PA.

Responsibilities include:

  • Systems administration
  • Software: ensure all software needs are properly accommodated (OS, MS Office, database, anti-virus, e-mail and spam filter)
  • Networking: create, maintain, and support the security of networks, and adapt networks to accommodate changing needs and achieve peak functionality
  • Hardware: oversee purchasing and maintenance of hardware for networking, server, data storage and back-up, desktop/client processing
  • Database Management: develop and maintain internal data
  • Prepare reports (VBA)
  • Website administration: lead the development of a new and improved website


  • BS/BA degree
  • Some IT work experience preferred
  • SQL, HTML and PHP programming
  • Data management knowledge and experience a plus
  • Knowledge of Enterprise software (Microsoft Dynamics NAV preferred) for system administration and support
  • Network communication troubleshooting skills
  • Website development/maintenance experience
  • Ability to understand business requirements
  • Clear communication skills are essential
  • Knowledge of music, in particular classical music, a plus

Compensation will depend upon prior experience. Excellent benefits package offered after 3 months of employment.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter (required) including salary requirements/history to Sabrina Juetting at


Carl Fischer Music
Internship Program

Description of the Company

Carl Fischer Music is one of the country's oldest educational and classical music publishers offering students the opportunity to gain hands-on knowledge and experience in the music publishing world. Located in the financial district of New York City, the company maintains its own production, sales, marketing and licensing departments.

Description of the Program

During the school year (fall, winter, and spring semesters), interns may work as many hours as they wish, with a minimum of 15 hours a week for at least 6 weeks (dates are flexible). Summer internships are up to full-time, 20-40 hours a week, for a minimum of 6 weeks (dates are flexible). All interns will receive a stipend of $4.00 an hour, as well as a reduced fare Metrocard to assist in transportation expenses. If applicable, this internship can also be used for college credit.

Internship opportunities will be available to students in the following departments:

  • Production
  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Licensing & Copyright
  • Royalties

The successful candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate student who is motivated and passionate about (classical) music and the arts, experienced in Microsoft Office applications, i.e. Word and Excel, possesses excellent communication skills and the ability to learn new projects and procedures quickly. While candidates do not need to be a music student, some experience with music is helpful and some tasks require a basic knowledge of music.

How to Apply

In order to apply please submit a current resume, cover letter in which you should illustrate your knowledge of/interest in music and transcript (optional) as well as your hours/days of availability to Sabrina Juetting at