Communications Associate | BAVC

Communications Associate

Roxie Theater

3125 16th St, San Francisco

Social Marketing
Full-time
Local (Bay Area)
Deadline: 
April 5

The Roxie Theater seeks an experienced and creative Communications Associate to support marketing and outreach efforts with a specific focus on audience building. The role fits into a small, dedicated staff where creative duties are shared, initiative is valued and culture is of prime importance. The Communications Associate is a hands-on contributor to the Roxie Theater’s mission in connecting distinctive cinematic experiences to the community.

This person needs to think creatively, work collaboratively, and have the ability to manage projects and produce content at a rapid pace with a keen eye for detail. Above all, this person should have a knowledge of independent/art film and have a passion for the Roxie Theater, its unique programming, and its eclectic audience.

Communications Associate will join the Roxie as an hourly employee at 32-40 hours a week with the possibility of expansion to a full-time salaried role after 90 days. Compensation: $18/hour.

The Roxie is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
 

Responsibilities 

Key Responsibilities:
-Maintain the Roxie website. Work with the programming and rentals teams to ensure event listings are accurate and complete.
-Manage the creation and distribution of internal weekly Box Office schedules.
-Contribute to Roxie social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). Help maintain a social media calendar, create events, schedule posts and respond to messages.
-Manage Email Marketing. Collaborate with staff to create and distribute weekly Roxie e-newsletters, press releases, maintain & create email lists, assist in sending out special fundraising campaign and film/program focused emails.
-Support the creation of printed materials and web graphics including bi-monthly calendars, annual reports, membership promotions, fundraising campaigns, trailer slides, posters for film series, and other projects as assigned.
-Manage the display of posters and other theater information signs.
-Support the Programming Team on outreach campaigns for all Roxie events. Work with programmers to identify, contact and secure partnerships with relevant organizations to cross-promote film events.
-Manage Interns. Overseeing the selection process, scheduling, task assignment, and evaluation.
-Intros and Q&As. Introduce and/or moderate Q&As with filmmakers as needed.
-Miscellaneous tasks as needed. Including but not limited to answering the door, phone, print tracking and shipping, and general programming team support.

Qualifications 

Required Skills:
-1–3 years marketing/communications experience, ideally for a nonprofit organization or film/media organization
-Bachelor’s degree in communications, English or a related field
-Experience with creating social media messaging for a company or organization on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
-Experience with Wordpress or other website building platforms
-Ability to produce a high volume of quality language and content in a fast-paced environment
-Proficient copy editor
-Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to interact comfortably with various personalities
-Exemplary organizational skills and attention to detail and ability to prioritize
-Basic graphic design skills
-Ability to work occasional weekend & weekday evening events

Desired Qualities:
-Hunger for knowledge about programming and theater operations at a nonprofit cinema
-Team player & collaborator
-Basic video editing skills preferred