Overview

The Museum Association of New York is seeking a Marketing and Social Media Coordinator to create compelling and sharable stories about our members and to play a vital role in developing and managing MANY’s social media channels, marketing strategy, and digital communications. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable interest in New York state’s arts, culture, and history and will bring a strong work ethic, energy, enthusiasm, and creativity to the organization.

Responsibilities include website, e-newsletter, email campaigns, and social media. Requirements: BA, BFA, BS or equivalent combined military transfer credit; At least one year of internship or work experience in a communications role; Superior writing, editing, communication, and presentation skills.; Excellent computer skills including Adobe Creative Suite; Strong interpersonal, project management, and organizational skills; Proficiency with social media platforms and web publishing tools; Ability to effectively manage time and meet deadlines; some travel required.

Please note that while careful consideration will be given to each submission, we will only contact applicants whose knowledge, skills and work experience best fit the requirements of the position. No phone calls please, we are on the road most of October.

MANY is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all individuals regardless of age, gender identification, race, ethnicity, marital status, protected veteran status, disability, religion, or sexual orientation, and evaluate all qualified candidates based on merit.

Please send resume, one-page cover letter, and screenshots of professional Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter posts from this past year by November 2, 2018, to esanger@nysmuseums.org.

To be considered, the subject line of your email is required to include “Marketing and Social Media Coordinator”

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About Museum Association of New York

MANY was granted its New York State charter in January of 1962. It was one of the first professional organizations supported by the New York State Council on the Arts (1961) and pre-dates the formation of the National Endowments for the Humanities and the Arts (1965) and Humanities New York (1975). In 2014, MuseumWise and MANY merged under the Museum Association of New York creating an organization uniquely qualified to serve all of our state’s arts, history, and cultural organizations. We are the only statewide association of professionals speaking with  one powerful voice serving New York’s museums, historic sites, wildlife centers, and cultural institutions. MANY’s 607 members (55% growth since September 2016) represent the full range of museum disciplines, budget sizes, missions, and geographic locations in our state. The 24 members of the board of trustees represent the ten economic development regions — balancing expertise and skills with the strength of diversity and regional representation. MANY helps our members and colleagues amplify their message and share best practices. Our vision is to ensure that New York State museums operate at their full potential as economic drivers and essential components of their communities.