Marketing and Communications Coordinator – Humanities New York – New York

The Role
Are you a marketing professional with a passion for storytelling?
Are you excited about investing in communities that have historically lacked access to the humanities?
Are you enthusiastic about growing and scaling an organization in order to serve constituents across New York State?
Are you excited to work with a nimble team to empower the cultural economy?
Are you a lifelong learner, avid reader and writer, and self-starter?
If so, we invite you to keep reading and think about your role in helping invest in New York State communities.
The Marketing and Communications Coordinator (MCC) reports to the Deputy Executive Director. The MCC is responsible for maintaining HNY’s public profile through timely communications and raising awareness for HNY through marketing campaigns. Duties of the MCC include: managing the content creation, aggregation, and calendar of HNY communications; mastering critical communications systems and social media platforms; working with vendors as needed; keeping abreast of innovations and best practices in the field; supporting colleagues with communications assets and campaigns; preparing reports and providing materials for case-making; leading the marketing and follow-up communications of HNY Original Programming; representing HNY with select partners as assigned.

Content Creation and External Communications
Create copy for and publish email newsletters, social media posts, event invitations, and follow-up messaging
Project-manage additional content creation from contributors, including basic copy editing
Manage HNY’s Content Calendar
Engage with HNY grantees and general public on social media channels; review and moderate comments, as needed
Systems Management and Reporting
Manage all marketing platforms, including Salesforce Account Engagement
Generate reports from HNY’s digital marketing tech stack; use data to inform decision-making and optimize performance accordingly
Marketing Strategy
Working closely with the Deputy Executive Director, develop a full-funnel marketing strategy, including the creation and execution of a paid advertising strategy

Additional Responsibilities
Oversee appropriate communications consultants, including designers, etc.
Participation in HNY events, as needed

A bachelor’s degree with two to four years of marketing experience or commensurate work experience
Ability to manage multiple projects with competing deadlines across a variety of stakeholders
Attention to detail with excellent organizational and time management skills
Excellent communication skills, both written and interpersonal
A true team player that collaborates with colleagues in a hybrid environment
Ability to work with flexibility and efficiency
Ability to track progress using specific metrics and analyze performance data
Experience with a variety of software systems with the capacity to grasp new systems and concepts quickly
Experience with Salesforce Account Engagement and Asana preferred
An active interest in the public humanities preferred

Humanities New York offers a competitive benefits package for all employees. The salary range for this position is $60,000 – $80,000. HNY offers benefits including medical, dental, and vision coverage; retirement savings account with a match after one year; paid time off, sick, and personal days; life insurance; commuter benefits; and a professional development stipend for all employees. HNY is currently working on a hybrid office schedule.

How to Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume to Initial interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis and continue until the position has been filled. HNY requests that candidates not call the office.
Humanities New York provides equal opportunities to all individuals without regard to race, religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. It does not discriminate based on any status protected by law. Black, Indigenous, and people of color; trans, non-binary, and intersex people, especially transwomen; those from poor and working-class backgrounds, immigrants, and people with disabilities; as well as people at the intersections of these experiences are highly encouraged to apply.