Marketing & Administration Co-ordinator
Part time permanent, 24 hours p/w (3 days)
Location: Wellington / National
Varied and creative arts marketing role
Exciting opportunity to expand the digital profile of an internationally recognised touring ensemble
Combine your love of the arts with your marketing and administration experience
Working closely with the General Manager and the Operations & Finance Manager, this role offers an exciting opportunity to develop the digital profile of the NZSQ. The incoming Marketing & Administration Co-ordinator will play an active role in shaping how the NZSQ presents itself in the Aotearoa New Zealand arts scene, and connects with our diverse audiences across the country.
We are looking for a dynamic and creative individual to co-ordinate and shape our marketing activity, digital platforms and support the day-to-day operations of the NZSQ Trust, ensuring all NZSQ concert and education activity is widely promoted.
With a flair for communication, the Marketing & Administration Co-ordinator will take pride in sharing the NZSQ’s activity, our story, and the power of classical music in the 21st Century.
This role is ideal for someone looking to develop their skills in marketing/arts administration within a friendly team, and gain a broad understanding of how arts organisations operate.
You will bring:
At least 1 years’ experience in a marketing or arts administration role
Well developed oral and written communication skills; the ability to write in a fresh and engaging way and communicate with a wide range of people
A self-starter attitude with a creative and flexible approach to niche marketing
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Find out more:
If you are interested in applying, but would like to find out more first, you’re welcome to get in touch with Marcus Norman (General Manager / Kaiwhakahaere Matua) at email@example.com to arrange an informal chat.
How to apply:
To apply, please email your CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to Marcus Norman at firstname.lastname@example.org by 10.00am Friday 8 April, 2022.
Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place via zoom on Tuesday 12 April and Wednesday 13 April, 2022. Please indicate in your application if you have any availability issues on these days.
This role is part-time (24 hours p/w) and permanent, and you must be able to work in New Zealand to apply. The NZSQ Trust supports remote working and flexible working hours.