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Work at the Newport Art Museum

Careers at the Newport Art Museum

 

Current Job Openings:


Museum Marketing

 


 

MUSEUM MARKETING

(Temporary Part-Time, 3 days/week)

August 20 – November 30, 2019

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Museum Marketing part-time position will assist the Newport Art Museum with print
production, web site updates, social media, occasional graphic design work, and generally
overseeing all aspects of the Museum’s Marketing department during the Director of
Marketing’s maternity leave.


This position is temporary part-time (for 3 months) with the possibility of becoming permanent in January 2019.


RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Completes design work on fall museum school brochure and other print / on line
  • materials as needed
  • Oversees all print production
  • Manages ongoing social media posts, many of which are already designed and ready to be posted according to pre-existing calendar
  • Updates museum web site to maintain accuracy and timeliness of all web site information
  • Works collaboratively with other museum team members
  • This is a temporary part-time position requires availability during normal business hours

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:

  • A positive attitude
  • Works well under pressure and likes problem-solving
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team-environment
  • Flexibility
  • The ability to multitask and to plan out schedules and tasks in order to meet deadlines
  • Experience with InDesign, Illustrator and WordPress required
  • A genuine interest in art
  • A valid driver’s license

 

TO APPLY:

Please include a cover letter, current résumé, and three references. No phone calls please. All requests should be emailed to: jobs@newportartmuseum.org, with “Museum Marketing” in the subject line. This is a temporary part-time position with no benefits. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The Newport Art Museum is an equal opportunity
employer.


The Newport Art Museum & Art Association, established in 1912, educates and inspires a
diverse audience by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting historic and contemporary visual arts of the highest quality with an emphasis on the rich heritage of the Newport region, and integrates appreciation for the arts and art-making into all its programs. The Museum is fully accredited by the American Association of Museums.