The Development and Marketing Manager will assist with the Museum’s overall marketing strategies, efforts, and initiatives, with a focus on digital communications and customer data analysis to sustain existing audiences and reach out to new communities. The ideal candidate will be a motivated self-starter who is comfortable working both independently and in a team. This is a full-time exempt position.
The Development and Marketing Manager reports to the Director of Public Information.
Assists with the implementation of marketing efforts and outreach
Coordinates the drafting, approvals, and sending of the Museum’s weekly email newsletter, monthly family newsletter, and other email campaigns
Manages flow of program and other updates for posting on the Museum’s website
Creates and coordinates partnerships with other non-profit organizations and local businesses for mutual promotional exchange and community engagement
Social media: creates and manages content for the Museum’s social media presence; researches social media best practices and current trends in the nonprofit arts sector; and creates and implements social media–based advertising campaigns
Gathers data from past Museum events and drafts communications for outreach on new events and to grow membership
Participates in biweekly program meetings (with programming, development, PR, and visitor services departments) and weekly department meetings (membership, development, PR)
Collaborates with Membership Manager to create marketing and outreach strategies to engage current members and grow all facets of the -Museum’s membership programs
Working in tandem with the development team to create social media and marketing initiatives to encourage philanthropy within the Museum’s community
Qualifications, Skills, and Knowledge
Bachelor’s Degree in a related field (Master’s Degree, a plus)
Minimum two to five years professional marketing experience in the arts or the for-profit world
Excellent organizational and communication skills, with an ability to adapt to the Museum’s “voice” on social media
Ability to work collaboratively, to build partnerships, and to adapt to changing circumstances
Proficient knowledge of social media platforms—Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc.
Proficiency using Word, Excel, Power Point, Acrobat, HTML, Photoshop
Proficiency in electronic communications software such as MailChimp and an HTML editor such as Dreamweaver
Familiarity with Altru (Blackbaud program) or other donor management database
Strong working knowledge of marketing, communications, digital/social media, advertising
Knowledge of film, with a strong interest in the arts
Availability to attend and cover occasional events as needed
Bilingual ability, a plus
To apply please submit the following documents as a single PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Marketing Manager” as the subject:
A cover letter
A writing sample (this could be a series of social media posts)
The Museum is unable to confirm the receipt or provide an update regarding the status of individual applications. No faxes or phone calls please.
Museum of the Moving Image is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and to maintaining a staff that represents the traditions and voices of contemporary Queens. Museum of the Moving Image is an equal opportunity employer and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.