The Arlington Arts Center (AAC), a respected non-profit contemporary arts organization, seeks a Marketing and Administrative Coordinator to help advance its mission. This multi-faceted position provides administrative support for the AAC’s programming areas, oversees marketing strategy and design, and serves as a liaison to the public. The Marketing and Administrative Coordinator reports to the Executive Director.
The Marketing and Administrative Coordinator drives the marketing of events, exhibitions, and classes. Duties include preparing and distributing press releases, mailings and electronic communications; managing and updating the website; developing social media strategy and content; responding to press requests; and coordinating the AAC’s blog. The ideal candidate will also have graphic design experience, with the ability to design both digital and print materials. This position also oversees the rental and special events calendar; orders supplies and licenses for events; manages guest lists and ticket sales; and coordinates volunteers.
Administrative duties related to this position include processing donations and sales; generating acknowledgments and donation reports; handling bank deposits; answering phones as necessary; greeting and assisting visitors; purchasing supplies; and assisting the ED with projects as requested.
A B.A. or B.S. is required, and a background in the visual arts is strongly preferred. This position requires marketing and administrative experience; attention to detail; excellent written and verbal communication skills; a positive attitude and flexible outlook; the ability to manage multiple tasks; and strong interpersonal and customer service skills. Occasional weekend and evening work is required.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include health insurance, Metro allowance, and paid vacation and holidays.
Arlington Arts Center (AAC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit contemporary visual arts center dedicated to presenting and supporting new work by regional artists in the mid-Atlantic States. Through exhibitions, educational programs, and subsidized studio spaces, AAC serves as a bridge between artists and the public. The goal is to increase awareness, appreciation of, and involvement in, the visual arts in ...Arlington County VA and the region. AAC was established in 1974 and has been housed since 1976 in the historic Maury School. Our facility includes nine exhibition galleries, working studios for thirteen artists, and three classrooms. At 17,000 square feet, we are one of the largest non-federal venues for contemporary art in the Washington metropolitan area.