Art Reach is hiring
Art Reach is Hiring!
Art Reach of Mid Michigan -
111 E. Broadway, Mt. Pleasant MI 48858
Job Description - Marketing
Full time - 35 hours/week
with experience. There are no insurance or retirement benefits with
Art Reach of Mid Michigan
is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Marketing
Coordinator. This is a full time (35 hours/week) position.
Under the direct supervision
of the Executive Director of Art Reach, the Marketing Coordinator will be
responsible for creation of marketing materials and press releases for
programs and events, updating and maintaining the website, creation and
updating of social media marketing and electronic mailers, and
coordination and implementation of special projects as needed. This
person will be responsible for creating and nurturing relationships with
local media groups.
The successful candidate
for this position must demonstrate that he/she is innovative, has a
positive disposition, supports the arts and art education, has strong
organization and interpersonal skills (with people of all ages), has
excellent written and verbal communication skills, and is able to work
independently while being part of a "team", and is able to
multi-task and prioritize responsibilities. The successful candidate will
also represent Art Reach to its Board of Directors, members, volunteers
and community at large.
Interested parties must
submit the following information to Dianne Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
1.Letter of application
2.Current resume including three current
3.Three samples of your graphic art
For more information, phone
Blasts: Develop e-mail marketing and information. Update
Constant Contact information regularly.
Materials: Develop marketing materials for programs, events,
and activities. Create and nurture relationships with local media.
Media: Coordinate social media campaigns for programs, events
Maintain and update website daily.
Attend assigned committee meetings and act as liaison between
committee chairs and Executive Director, assist with new education
and programming ideas as well as plan of action to bring ideas to
fruition, report weekly to the Executive Director on progress of
Other duties and responsibilities assigned by the Executive Director
degree in arts related field
skills as well as knowledge of office terminology, procedures and
literate in Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, InDesign, Photoshop,
and verbal communication skills
organizational and interpersonal skills
Art Reach of Mid Michigan
is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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