Date Posted: 11/29/2017
Application Deadline: 12/31/2017
Type of Position: part time
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Please apply online at http://www.heightsarts.org/employment/ by submitting your resume, cover letter, writing samples, and three professional references by December 31, 2017. No phone calls, please.
Required: The successful candidate will be deadline-oriented, comfortable with community outreach, have excellent communications and writing skills, and a minimum of three years’ experience in marketing, communications or a related field. The individual must be highly organized and experienced in managing multiple project details at once. Must have demonstrated knowledge of website maintenance and the most popular social media platforms, as well as work in standard graphic design software and tools. Basic photo editing skills are necessary. Must be comfortable using the following platforms, software and tools: Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, MS Publisher, Wordpress, HTML, Face Book, Instagram, Twitter, MailChimp, Google Adwords and Google Analytics.
Preferred: Experience planning, organizing or working at a nonprofit or arts-oriented organization is highly desired.
The Marketing and Communications Coordinator is an integral part-time position working closely with the Heights Arts staff and Executive Director to develop and promote programs that further the mission, vision, and strategic plan of the organization and cultivate greater community awareness and participation. This position is deadline-oriented and must coordinate all marketing and communications deadlines for over 60 programs and events a year, along with deadlines related to fundraising and membership drives. Strong communication skills are necessary to tell the Heights Arts story via public relations, advertising, and a strong online presence, and by helping represent Heights Arts at public events. The position also supports the Executive Director by gathering material for grant reporting and the Gallery Manager by helping to cover store / exhibition hours, as well as staffing events.