GREENSBORO, N.C. — Elsewhere, located at 606 S. Elm St., is seeking a communications manager for its organization with a start date in April.
The position calls for someone to collaborate with a team of arts administrators and interns in the promotion and documentation of the public museum and international residency.
This job will require regular management of promotion, website, social media, audio/visual documentation and design. Candidates must be comfortable with and have experience with: web and social media platforms; Adobe software applications; audio/visual equipment; MailChimp; and video/audio editing software as a plus (FCPX, Premiere, Audacity).
Ideal candidates should be highly detail-oriented, focused on communications writing, design and dissemination of information in an arts-based non-profit setting. They should also be personally outgoing and thrive in a very collaborative and often public work environment, as well as comfortable managing multiple deadlines with intern support. It is suggested that applicants have have two or more years communications field experience suggested.
For more information on the job description and how to submit a resume and cover letter, visit goelsewhere.org/opportunities.
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