Join Madison Square Park Conservancy, the non-profit organization that operates and programs historic 6.2 acre Madison Square Park, a premier public green space and cultural hub in New York City.
The Conservancy seeks a full-time Marketing and Communications Manager to support the department in the implementation of outreach strategies encompassing all aspects of the Conservancy’s events, programmatic, development, and sponsorship needs. This position will report to the Executive Director.
Coordinate and lead strategic direction for all communications related to Madison Square Park, and its related programs and events.
Manage MSPC’s Graphic Design and Communications Associate
Collaborate and consult on all Conservancy graphic design needs including brochures, in-Park signage, event invites, and on-site event graphics * Manage Digital Communications
Develop and execute strategies to increase audience engagement and conversions
Plan, write, and edit content across social media, website, and e-newsletter
Manage multi-channel campaign calendar
Build and foster community across all communications channels
Report on analytics * Public Relations
Support PR firm with any needs including on-site press management, scheduling, and press requests
Draft press releases as needed * Sponsorship
Support Director of Community Engagement in sponsorships and fulfill all marketing/communications tasks in sponsorship agreements
Oversee drafts of sponsorship decks & graphic layouts * Support all Conservancy program directors, and events and programs
Three to five years’ experience working in a marketing/communications capacity
A dynamic, enthusiastic individual who can take both initiative and direction
Fluency with social media and current trends
Strong writing, editing, and communication skills a must
Substantial experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator
A creative eye
A team player who enjoys collaboration
First-rate interpersonal and communication skills
Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and thoroughness