Mayworks is hiring a Temporary Festival Promoter!

Please review the job posting below.

To apply

Send cover letter and resume to awards@mayworks.ca by

Monday, April 2 at 4 pm. No late applications will be accepted.

 

Position:        Temporary Festival Promoter

Term:             April 4 to May 11 (6 weeks in total)

Hours:                        10 hours a week, $25 per hour

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Create, manage and grow the Mayworks social media platforms including website, newsletter, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram leading up to and during Mayworks 2018.
  • Distribute promotional material.
  • Communicate with Mayworks board and staff to be able to provide answers to Mayworks community members.
  • Manage incoming media requests and communicate with co­presenters and media partners and sponsors and provide them with necessary information to help promote the Festival & events.
  • Monitor social media statistics, provide analysis through Google Analytics and provide recommendations for community engage-ment after the Festival.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Experience in content creation – writing website posts, articles, newsletters, communications materials, and material for social media channels. Strong writing and copy-editing skills.
  • Experience in social media marketing through Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and other strategically relevant online properties, especially in the non-profit arts sector.
  • Experience in public and customer relations.
  • Experience in using Google Analytics and other measurement tools to provide reports on metrics, and continually find ways to improve on those metrics through testing and new initiatives.

 

To apply

Send cover letter and resume to awards@mayworks.ca by

Monday, April 2 at 4 pm.

No phone calls please.

 

  • The organization understands that the promotion of employment equity is intended to achieve a workforce that is representative of all groups in the Greater Toronto Area. Mayworks strives to promote all job postings in a variety of locations and encourages applicants who traditionally have experienced structural barriers to apply and self- identify in their cover letter.