The Digital Communications Coordinator will assist in the planning, management, and execution of digital marketing and content development for the Web, social media, and e-mail campaigns, and manage special projects including video and audio production. This position reports to the VP of Marketing.
- Coordinate all social media platforms for the Museum to engage target audiences and support the implementation of the marketing and communication strategies
- Write and schedule posts. Create social stories, short videos and other features.
- Oversee cross-departmental social media working group.
- Track goals and metrics to measure social media success and draft monthly reports.
- Monitor and engage with social media audience, i.e. read, review, and respond to comments, shares, questions, etc.
- Working with the Marketing Manager, seek opportunities for digital partnerships with other institutions.
- Responsible for writing in short and long formats for various outlets such as newsletter, emails, and social posts. Also provide editorial review internally to ensure consistent messages across departments.
- Maintain an editorial calendar for web, email and social media.
- Manage digital assets (video, photographs, etc.) for use in digital, print, and other materials as needed, includes photography and image editing.
- Stay up-to-date on current digital trends and bring new ideas to the Museum’s digital space.
- Assist with Museum’s two websites; create new events and pages; format images; propose and develop new content.
- Participate in creative planning and brainstorming meetings. Actively contribute ideas and strategies for expanding awareness and generating online contributions to support the Museum.
- Manage special projects as needed.
- Bachelor’s degree, with a demonstrated interest in history and the founding era preferred.
- 2-3 years relevant professional experience;
- Solid written and verbal communication skills with strong storytelling capabilities
- Deep familiarity and experience with social platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn) to engage a target audience
- Experience with social media tools for business, including those offered by the major platforms and third parties.
- Familiarity with paid social media buying and optimization preferred.
- Ability to work nights, weekends and holidays as needed.
- Photography and/or videography background and editing skills a plus
- Knowledge of Drupal Content Management system, HTML and CSS
- Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple projects;
- Energetic and enthusiastic personality, good interpersonal skills;
- Ability to work independently and as part of integrated team.
Please submit a cover letter including a resume and three references to email@example.com.
The Museum of the American Revolution is an Equal Opportunity Employer.