A vital member of Court Theatreâ™s marketing team, the Associate Director for Content Creation will be the lead writer for all of Courtâ™s print and digital marketing and implement digital communications strategies. A successful candidate will grow into an increased role in developing new strategies and programs.
Write and edit content for all of Courtâ™s marketing materials, such as play descriptions, show programs, and email newsletters.
Manage the strategy for, and distribution of, regular email newsletters.
Execute Courtâ™s social media plan. Manage relationship with digital marketing consultant and execute Facebook advertising strategy.
Develop content plan for production program books; write and edit content.
Produce audience enrichment events aligned with the artistic themes of each season's productions.
Assist in the scheduling and creation process for all of Courtâ™s marketing collateral.
Demonstrate University Stewardship & Serve as a Brand Ambassador
Celebrate Diversity & Inclusion
Communicate Effectively & With Influence
Education, Experience, and Certifications:
BA or BS required; with a concentration in marketing or communications preferred
2 years of experience executing marketing communications preferred.
1 or more years in a theatre or other nonprofit arts organization preferred
A demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in multiple formats
The ability to find and manage community partnerships.
Exceptional organizational skills
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
Passion for history or the performing arts
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Knowledge of Microsoft Suite
Comfort managing major social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram
Preferred: Familiarity with SRO ticketing software and Basecamp project management software
Preferred: Writing Sample
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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