The Marketing Coordinator for the Moss Arts Center supports efforts related to successfully promoting the center and its initiatives, events, and activities. Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communication, this position coordinates marketing and advertising programs and partnerships; coordinates marketing projects to ensure they are requested, tracked, and completed on time, organizes the center's presence at public events and; and assists the Director with the management of marketing budget and fiscal matters. The Marketing Coordinator is expected to demonstrate a high level of personal responsibility and attention to detail, be a proactive and strategic thinker, retain sensitive information with strict confidence, and be motivated to remain current on marketing trends and tactics.
- Bachelor's Degree in marketing, communication, or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Experience representing an organization to the public
- Experience managing special events, including planning and staffing
- Demonstrated success as an effective collaborator and problem-solver in a team environment
- Demonstrated professional communication and interpersonal skills
- Willingness and availability to work evening and weekend hours
- Demonstrated proficiency with computer applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook as well as project management systems
- Detail oriented and experienced managing projects
- Professional experience at an arts presenting organization
- Professional experience at a major presenting organization within an institution of higher education
- Hands-on experience with university and state policies and procedures
- Experience planning digital and print advertising campaigns
- Experience reconciling invoices, expenses, and budgets
- Understanding of metrics related to websites and ad performance
- Experience with media buying including digital, broadcast, print, direct mail, and environmental
Commensurate with experience
July 18, 2022, applications accepted until position is filled
Occasional evening and weekend work required based on event schedules.
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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