The Recruitment & Marketing Coordinator is responsible for all communications-related activities for the JCC, including but not limited to managing singer recruitment, including in-school visits, trade shows, in-service teacher trainings, and auditions, and developing nurturing relationships with area schools, as well as JCC children and families. This position is also responsible for designing and distributing promotional brochures, direct mail, newsletters, all marketing and training materials, website and e-bulletins, press/media releases, and facilitating JCC’s internal surveys and messaging.
Hours | Nonexempt. 28 hours/week, flexible, but must accommodate occasional evening and weekend events.
Supervisor(s) | Program Manager and Development Officer
Essential duties and responsibilities
Recruitment • Oversee recruitment for all programs • Create and implement strategy that builds a pipeline for future singers ensuring quality and diversity • Manage the talent acquisition process, from recruitment to audition to registration • Provide weekly report on recruitment progress to Program Manager • Maintain data on turnover, recruitment, and singer retention to ensure success and continuous improvement • Develop and manage JCC alumni database as a potential network for branding and recruitment • Develop and foster strong relationships/partnerships with leaders across the organization; meet with leaders to assess recruiting progress, challenges, and to collaborate on recruiting strategies and activities • Build comprehensive marketing strategy that yields results in recruitment • Manage JCC website and social media platforms (in conjunction with marketing intern/assistant) to ensure that content is up to date and optimized for recruitment efforts Marketing • Assist the Program Manager and Development Officer in media planning, promotion, image branding, creating direct mail promotions, digital marketing, and special campaigns • Communicate with local television and radio media to promote the JCC and its events and concerts • Plan, design, and assist in distributing marketing and recruitment materials • Assist President & Artistic Director in preparing script and staging for concerts and events • Prepare monthly reports and other work products as assigned by supervisors • Assume administrative responsibilities as assigned by supervisors
• Strong understanding of enhanced graphic design skills utilizing desktop publishing programs: Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Website Design Software, and CMS • Proven superb verbal, interview, and written communication skills • Ability to think, plan, and execute resourcefully, with minimal supervision • Strong computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and internet savvy a must • Ability to work with youth and families from a variety of backgrounds required • A passion for music and singing, and knowledge of arts management a plus • Valid driver’s license required
Education and Experience
• At least 4 years Communications and/or Marketing experience • Bachelor degree Communications, Graphic Design, Marketing, and/or English