Jobs And Opportunities
The Bearded Ladies Cabaret is looking for a Marketing Coordinator to join our staff. The Marketing Coordinator will collaborate with the Associate Artistic Director to generate, develop, and execute marketing campaigns in support of Bearded Ladies productions, as well as grow our brand between productions. They will manage all Bearded Ladies social media accounts including planning, implementing and maintaining content across all platforms. They will contribute to overall strategic planning around marketing and be responsible for the day-to-day execution of those plans, including the administrative tasks of the role. See the drop down menu for detailed description. This role is currently a 25 hour a week role that scales up to full time during major productions.
We actively welcome and encourage folx to apply from equity-seeking groups, including those who identify as indigenous, black, people of color, trans, nonbinary, queer, people with disabilities, and intersections of those identities.
Apply if you would describe yourself with some or all of the following statements:
-You are enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and experienced in social media platforms and the possibilities therein. You have a deep understanding of social media trends and culture and how to adapt for different platforms and projects
-You are capable of both creating fast, responsive content and executing elaborate or polished marketing pieces and campaigns
-You have some graphic design experience (experience with Canva, Adobe, or another design software)
-You have at least 2 years experience in marketing
-You thrive in a highly collaborative, team-oriented work culture and can communicate effectively with colleagues, in both in-person and remote environments
-You have great time management skills and can handle moving multiple projects forward at once
-You are a strong communicator with an eye for storytelling who loves puns
-You love the word “Queer”
-You adore the performing arts
-You are committed to working equitably and with an anti-racist lens
-You have some experience with all or most of the following: major social media platforms (Meta, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Vimeo), email marketing platforms (Mailchimp or similar), WordPress, Canva or Adobe, and Google Workspace.
Compensation: This is a part-time hourly position eligible for health and vacation benefits. Hours average 25/wk, but can scale up to full time (35 /wk) at moments of high production. The role is $22/hr. At the moment, we are planning full time work June-Sept with a return to part time in October, but can negotiate around candidate's availability and experience.
Bearded Mission: The Bearded Ladies Cabaret is a queer arts organization that sits on your lap and sings you a story. Whether it’s an opera, a home-made cabaret, a musical walking tour, or a show on a truck, we employ song, spectacle, storytelling, and heart to welcome audiences into moments of joy, healing, and subversion. Through sharing our original pieces and creating bespoke platforms for performance at home in Philadelphia, nationally, and abroad, we nurture artistic connection for a community of misfits, rabble-rousers, chanteuses and the people who love and need them.
Bearded Values: One central value to all our artistic and administrative practice is heart. By practicing with “heart” we mean practicing with humanity, care, vulnerability, and clear communication. As we live in both the process of artmaking and the systems that support that work, we aim to work with equity, prioritizing people (artists, technicians, and administrators) over products. We see our work as rooted in queer liberation, which does not exist without the liberation of all oppressed groups. Prioritizing liberation and heart in art making means creating a healthy space with systems of support for artists, administrators, and technicians. For a more detailed look at our values and mission: see HERE.
Where you will work: The Bearded Ladies have an office and rehearsal space in West Philadelphia. We call it The Beardcave. As of April 2023, The Bearded Ladies are currently operating in a primarily remote work environment, with some in-person meetings, and onsite time for performances. This balance of in-office and remote time is evolving given the state of Covid-19. The Marketing Coordinator must be based in or willing to relocate to the Philadelphia area. They will be expected to be on-site for Bearded Ladies in-person events and some rehearsals to gather content.
Process: The hiring process will involve two rounds of interviews. Candidates invited to the final interview will be asked to submit work samples.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Submissions will be evaluated on a rolling basis until the role is filled.
Cover Letter: Please let us know briefly why you are interested in this position and in working with The Bearded Ladies. Cover letters may be submitted in writing or in video.
Here is a general overview of the responsibilities of the role:
-Planning, generating, and disseminating social media content. Keep the Beards' social media active as the primary user for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok digital presence including planning and executing social media campaigns that align with our general marketing strategy. Manage the social media posting calendar and track and analyze data from social media platforms
-Creating and disseminating digital marketing toolkits for artists and partners to promote performances
-Creating and disseminating e-blasts and managing mailing lists
-Manage website (currently run on WordPress)
-Create marketing briefs for every project
-Contribute to writing copy for shows, website, donor materials etc
-Create programs and "Know-Before-You-Go" materials for shows or coordinating the creation of those materials
-Execute administrative tasks for the marketing department including scheduling and note-taking for marketing-focused meetings and events
-Manage marketing-focused interns
-Organize existing assets, including our digital archive
Solicit and organize information from artists and partners for promotion including bios, photos, and other material needed to promote projects
-Be an on-site presence at performances and any press-related events
-Serve as press liaison virtually and on-site