Marketing and Program Assistant
Reports to Arts & Environment Director
This person will work with A&E Program Director and the
Umbrella Marketing Director to develop and implement marketing plans for
Musketaquid community celebrations, classes and workshops, and public art
These activities include but are not limited to:
Develop and implement social marketing plan.
Write and submit press releases.
Create and manage posts on Umbrella and local
community event calendars.
Create and distribute regular email campaigns
Develop marketing materials, including program
brochure and seasonal event flyers.
Schedule tabling at local festivals/events.
Maintain email list on MailChimp
This person also will provide program support:
in developing curricula and preparing materials for lesson plans.
Director in planning, overseeing, and implementing Concord community
celebrations: Earth Day Winter and Summer Solstices, including the Cardboard
Boat Race Challenge.
Thursday afternoon Art & Nature Drop-In class.
Umbrella/Concord semester class offerings.
Director in exploring new earned income and community partnership
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
Strong communication skills, especially writing.
Strong organizational skills.
Ease working with leading social media
Experience with marketing campaigns.
Ease navigating computer and web applications,
including Microsoft Office Suite and Google apps/products.
Experience leading/teaching art and/or outdoor
Ease working with people of all ages and
Ability to take initiative.
working with people of all ages/abilities/orientations/backgrounds.
passion for the outdoors.
How To Apply:
Email cover letter, resume and three references to email@example.com
November 30, 2018
About this Organization:
The Umbrella Community Arts Center, (formerly Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts), is located at 40 Stow Street in downtown Concord. Our mission is to enrich lives and build a vibrant community through the arts. We inspire creativity, learning, and personal growth through education, performing and visual arts, cultural events, and community collaborations. Each year we engage, excite, and educate people of all ages – from toddlers to seniors – in the arts. Our performing arts and events draw thousands to our 400-seat theater. We present approximately 10 exhibitions per year including curated, juried, and non-juried exhibitions and works by local, regional, and national artists. Our popular Musketaquid arts and environment program links discovery of art with passion for nature. And, our community of 50 artists adds tremendous vitality and inspiration. For more information, please visit www.theumbrellaarts.org.