Digital Media Manager
Digital Media Manager is responsible for the implementation of the New York Live Arts digital marketing and communications strategy, both the online promotion components and the tracking of effectiveness of its digital campaigns.
The Digital Media Manager is responsible for achieving promotional and audience development goals determined by the Director of Communications and Executive Director for New York Live Arts. This position oversees promotion and online visibility for Live Arts season artists including and not limited to the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, the Resident Commissioned Artists, signature Live Arts programs such as Live Feed and Live Ideas and Live Arts’ humanities programming. The Digital Media Manager also develops content for the Live Arts website, blog, and social media platforms.
Front of House Assistant
The Front of House Assistant is responsible for assisting with the online and onsite ticketing and customer service of New York Live Arts. Along with the Front of House Staff, they are the primary customer service representatives for New York Live Arts as well as front desk services during weekday office hours for the organization. The Front of House Coordinator works to ensure the best customer service experience for all Live Arts customers and is responsible for ticket sales and reconciliation as well as providing administrative support to the Communications Coordinator as needed. The Front of House Assistant also works with studio renters and maintains the security of the Live Arts building.
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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES & INTERNSHIPS
New York Live Arts seeks creative and forward-thinking candidates for competitive administrative and production internships. All applicants are expected to be independent, computer-literate workers who are passionate about the arts; prior experience in the dance field is not required. Related educational or work experience is preferred.
Benefits include complimentary tickets to New York Live Arts events and, often, to events at other cultural venues. A close view will be afforded of the workings, both administrative and programmatic, of a major New York cultural institution that is active in local, regional, and global arenas.
Internships are offered year-round. The schedule and weekly hours are flexible. Applicants should be able to house themselves in the NY metro area. Internships are unpaid and targeted towards those seeking academic credit or work experience in a fast-paced arts organization.
Intern applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Please send your resume and cover letter to: email@example.com . Please include the internship position you are applying for in the subject line.
This position works directly with the Director of Communications, Digital Media Coordinator, and Communications Assistant. The intern will participate in and support the full range of the department’s activities, including market research, departmental archiving and organization, and front of house duties.
- File, post and archive all press
- Update institutional and individual artist press kits
- Index and update institutional archive of images and videos
- Research press and marketing opportunities
- Distribute postcards, flyers and posters as directed
- Assist with research for social media and blog posts
- Restocking the lobby with resource materials and discarding expired materials
- Assist within the Communications Department and Front of House department as needed
- 10-12 hours a week. May require some evenings.
- Strong organizational skills
- Eye for detail
- Proficient understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Drive and Suite
All candidates should email their cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Comms intern