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Director of Marketing, Carnegie Museum of Art [Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh]

Posted by Tegan Kehoe on August 10, 1974 in job announcements |

Posted August 5, 2014.

This senior-level position provides an audience-centric attitude that connects people with the museum’s content and experiences. The director of marketing is responsible for the development and implementation of annual and long-range marketing and communications planning for the museum. S/he provides a strategic marketing perspective to the museum’s director and senior management regarding exhibitions, programs, visitor services/volunteers, and operations, and serves as a member of the museum’s senior management team. S/he also supports the efforts of corporate areas such as development and membership, as their efforts relate to promoting the museum. S/he directs the museum’s advertising programs and budget, and encourages cross-museum collaborations to generate greater awareness and/or revenue for the museums. S/he oversees media relations, branding, social media, electronic marketing, and works with other external-facing departments to manage the museum website. S/he liaises with membership, marketing directors at the other Carnegie museums, and corporate communications to improve communication and encourage efficiency. S/he manages communications crises as needed, providing leadership and advice to museum director, PR staff, and corporate communications. S/he provides team-oriented, motivational leadership and is able to coach and manage teams of people with diverse backgrounds. The position offers an opportunity to have a lasting impact on the future of the museum and the region’s cultural development.

Application Instructions
Application materials will only be accepted through the employer’s website. For more information and to apply, visit http://www.carnegiemuseums.org/hr and click SEARCH JOBS. Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate based upon veteran or disability status, or any other protected class.

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