The Marketing Coordinator supports production logistics, email and advertising campaigns, and day-to-day administration needs of the Marketing team as part of the general goal to foster the reputation of The Newark Museum of Art as a progressive, distinctive, and bold leader in the museum field.
This position reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications and has a salary range of$45,000-$55,000 and a comprehensive benefits package including medical plan, dental plan, life insurance, pension, 401K retirement, and generous paid time off.
Currently, the Marketing Coordinator position is a hybrid onsite/remote position, with three days required onsite. In January 2023, all NMOA employees will work fully onsite
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Oversee the day-to-day production of Marketing projects to ensure deadlines and deliverables are met
- Support the Director of Marketing and Communications with email marketing and digital advertising campaigns
- Make website content updates as needed
- Schedule meetings, manage contracts, and perform other general administrative duties to keep the Marketing Department running efficiently
- Associates or Bachelor's degree suggested
- 2+ years' experience suggested in a cultural or arts entertainment environment
- Proven ability to complete projects according to scope, budget, and timeline under tight deadlines while balancing communications with staff across different departments
- Familiar with email marketing platforms, MailChimp and WordPress
- Knowledge of digital advertising on social media, Google, etc.
- Understanding of Teams, Microsoft Office Suite, and other communication tools suggested
- Ability to effectively work with a wide diversity of people
- Creative, resourceful, entrepreneurial mindset, with a roll-up-your-sleeves mentality
- Ability to evolve with project management and creative platforms
Physical Demands/Accommodations : The physical demands described here are representative of those that are to be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
About the Newark Museum of Art
We acknowledge the traditional homelands of the Lenape, also known as the Delaware, upon which The Newark Museum of Art resides.
Founded in 1909, The Newark Museum of Art (NMOA) is the largest museum in New Jersey and ranks twelfth nationally in collection size, with more than 130,000 artworks and significant holdings of science and natural history. The NMOA is committed to the values of Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion by responding to the evolving needs and interests of diverse audiences through participation, visitor experiences, and community engagement.
From the ancient world to contemporary art, the Museum boasts a renowned collection of exceptional quality and depth, spanning concentrations in the Arts of Global Africa; Arts of Global Asia, featuring a Tibetan Buddhist altar; Arts of the Americas; American Art, with a particular strength in Native American art; Decorative Arts; Arts of the Ancient Mediterranean; and Science.
With a focus on welcoming everyone with inclusive experiences that spark curiosity and foster community, the NMOA offers groundbreaking exhibitions, engaging programming, a research library with 60,000 volumes, paid internships, and impactful local and global partnerships. A four-acre campus includes the Ballantine House (1885), a National Historic Landmark; the Ward Carriage House (1860); the Old Stone School House (1784); the Alice Ransom Dreyfuss Memorial Garden; and Horizon Plaza. Under the leadership of Director and CEO Linda C. Harrison, the NMOA has launched an era of transformation to create an engaged citizenry by reimagining the role of the art museum in the 21st century.
The Newark Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In addition, we aspire to make the Museum and our environment - staff, audiences, artists, programs, and exhibitions - reflective of the diversity of the city of Newark and to capture the spirit of access, inclusion, and equity in all we do. We strongly encourage and welcome applicants from our BIPOC, disabled, and LGBTQIA communities as they must be centered in the work we do. Additionally, The Newark Museum of Art invites candidates with backgrounds or lived experiences in cultures within or adjacent to those of Asia, to further decenter nonwestern narratives in curatorial practices.
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement : All Museum staff are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 (i.e., have received both doses of a 2-dose vaccine OR a single dose of a one-dose vaccine) and must provide proof of vaccination. Exemptions may be made under religious and medical grounds (conditions apply).