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Posted: Sunday, September 24, 2017 12:05 AM


Program Coordinator – Full Time Opening

Classification: Arts and Education - Communications and Marketing

Candidates will report directly to Senior Partner

Send inquiries and qualifications to with subject: Project Coordinator Position


Songmasters develops and delivers multi-faceted integrated marketing, branding and communications programs, as well as strategic plans and business development services for our clients – whether they be major corporations or small non-profits; broadcasters or advertisers; established or start-up enterprises; government agencies or private foundations; click or mortar sites. We create significant and assessable benefits for our clients' core business while also offering important support to good causes that their consumers and audiences care about. Songmasters is a partnership composed of senior executives from the world of music, film, television and philanthropy that have joined forces to create a our business model – Where Doing Good is Good for Business.®

Songmasters maintains a small main office in NYC from which all its programs are coordinated involving our widespread partners and clients. While the atmosphere is informal, the work is buttoned down. It is essential the candidate be able to project and operate with a professional demeanor as s/he will serve as the “face” of the company to the public.

The current position is ideally suited to someone who willing to start at an entry level position but wants to develop into a supervisory role in 3+ years as they demonstrate capabilities and become familiar with the company’s individual initiatives. Facility with both spoken and written outreach is an important part of the job as is an ability to work independently. A background or interest in arts’ management and entertainment, and/or marketing is a plus. A can-do attitude and ability to problem solve in unique and varied situations as well as an ability to think creatively, research thoroughly and work in an organized fashion are a must. Candidates with prior experience in an office setting preferred.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Will vary from project to project, including:
· Assist in review, digitization, and cataloging of collections of all forms of art, both online and in field
· Outreach to corporate and nonprofit clients, artists and their representatives
· Schedule coordination for projects and productions
· Thorough and efficient online research
· Responding timely to inquiries for services
· Outreach to key arts, education and civil society leaders and organizations
· Development of collaterals, materials, and website additions
· General administrative support for the main office

Minimum-Essential Qualifications Needed to Perform Position
· Ability to work according to agreed-upon schedule, meet deadlines, give attention to detail, work without close supervision, and have organizational skills, good written and oral communication skills, ability to solve problems
· Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs; basic Word Press; Social Media platforms; basic Photoshop or InDesign; and ability to work with or learn Quickbooks
· Must complete agreed-upon tasks in timely manner, and if needed, go the extra mile to do so
· Ability to write and speak with a nuanced style as needed, discretion in social media (both personal and office)
· Ability to organize and work on multiple tasks simultaneously

Preferred Qualifications
· Understanding of research and digital archival methods
· Basic HTML skills and knowledge of cross platform (Mac and PC) computer systems a plus
· Interest in the arts, music, education and philanthropy
· Desire to grow with organization

• Location: Manhattan

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