Full health, dental, vision benefits; holiday time-off; PTO
The Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra (WCO), a sixty-two-year-old non-profit arts organization in Madison, WI, seeks a full-time Marketing Campaign Manager to join our dynamic team to aid in executing a successful marketing strategy that drives the awareness and relevancy of our mission and artistic productions.
We are looking for someone who is ready to take their marketing background and apply it to a fast-paced and entrepreneurial arts organization to execute robust marketing campaigns in conjunction with carrying out the mission and the strategic plan.
If you have a love of the arts and a work environment that supports collaboration, innovation, and a strong sense to make a difference in your community through the transformative power of music, this is a wonderful opportunity for you. This position will support our advancement in promoting accessibility and equity across all of our programs.
What you can expect:
Full-time salaried exempt position
Salary range: $45,000–$50,000
Full health and dental benefits
Paid holidays, vacation, sick time
Leadership development opportunities
Flexible working environment
What we expect:
Passion for the non-profit arts and knowledge of arts marketing and/or classical music
Hands-on creative development, writing, concepting, and managing creative campaigns
Email and social media marketing experience
Graphic design experience
Strong storytelling skills and media relations experience
Subscription renewal and acquisition campaign management through Tessitura
Ability to balance multiple projects under deadlines and budgets
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Passion for attending concerts and events during nights/weekends
Founded in 1960, the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra (WCO) is one of the elite chamber ensembles in the United States, and is dedicated to advancing Wisconsin communities through the transformative power of music. Under the direction of Maestro Andrew Sewell, WCO leverages the unique characteristics of chamber music to bring a wide variety of repertoire to audiences in settings that range from the formality of the concert hall to the intimacy of smaller community venues and the open accessibility of parks and other public spaces.