As part of the Digital Content and Engagement team, this position helps ideate and plan for impactful video content that works effectively across digital platforms (including website, email, and social media), maximizing reach and ensuring that best practices for quality, search engine optimization, and web accessibility are met. The Manager, Video and Digital Content oversees presentation of digital media assets on carnegiehall.org and maintains Carnegie Hall’s YouTube channels, as well as proper archival storage and organization of digital media assets.
The Manager, Video and Digital Content works closely across many departments—including Marketing, Artistic Programming, Digital Media, and Public Relations/Archives teams—to contribute to content strategy, develop creative concepts and briefs, draft treatments and storyboards, and oversee video and content production focused on department and branding initiatives. Chief responsibilities include working with and communicating production plans to key internal stakeholders, licensing, approvals routing, managing ongoing relationships with existing third-party vendors and freelancers (video crews, video editors, production companies, writers, etc.), as well as seeking new relationships for emerging content needs and opportunities.