Marketing Coordinator - part time, fixed term contract
We are looking for someone who has Arts marketing experience and has had at least 2 years experience in marketing shows, developing audiences and can manage multiple deadlines and projects. This role would suit a mid-level marketer.
This role will see you play an integral role with PANNZ. As part of a small entrepreneurial team you will manage the marketing and communication processes associated with the running of our business. This is a hands-on role that requires attention to detail, and the ability to self-manage, and work well within a small team.
Coming up with great ideas, telling the story of shows, which are presented by Tour-Makers and works we tour across a range of media platforms – print and online.
You will be responsible for delivery of marketing plans and coordinating graphic design, audience development, web updates, video generation, digital content creation and media distribution.
The role encompasses a variety of activity for PANNZ, the primary focus is on show marketing, with a secondary focus on marketing the annual Arts Market to the NZ Performing Arts industry.
You will be able to prioritise in an environment of shifting goals and tight deadlines, doing so with a calm and professional demeanor, with a “can-do” attitude at all times.
To manage the marketing and audience development related to show activity and the Arts Market.
Implementation of the marketing and communications strategy, as directed by the Marketing Manager/General Manager/Senior Producer that makes excellent use of resources, connections and partnerships available to PANNZ.
To be a champion of audience development.
To work closely with the Senior Producer, Arts Market Producer and General Manager to ensure that projects are communicated effectively in tone and style that is consistent with the PANNZ strategic purpose.
You'll work in a small and supportive team, out of our Auckland office.
Ideally, we would like someone who can start immediately (or very soon).
The role will run until end October 2017.