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Head of Marketing and Public Relations 

Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Description

OBJECTIVE

To manage the museum’s promotional marketing, including media relations, community relations, advertising activities, digital platforms, and select special events

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIP

Reports to the Deputy Director of Finance and Administration but works closely with the Director of the museum

LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY

Uses independent judgment but works with many members of the senior staff to make final decisions on various issues

JOB DUTIES

  • Supervise all aspects of media relations, including initiating opportunities to strengthen the museum’s profile and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with representatives of the local, national, and international art media community, including editors and writers
  • Develop marketing/advertising campaigns for exhibitions and general Kimbell programming; place/purchase media buys
  • Supervise the development of media relations and marketing publications and materials, including press releases, press kits, rack cards, brochures, print ads, radio ads, television ads, website ads, and other promotional materials
  • Research and develop new methods and venues to publicize the museum
  • Manage budgets for advertising and media relations accounts
  • Oversee the development, content, and maintenance of the museum’s website and social media outlets
  • Supervise the members of the museum’s marketing team, including the public relations coordinator, digital media coordinator, designer, and multimedia assistant
  • Coordinate with all museum departments to determine promotional opportunities
  • Manage the museum’s community relations as they relate to travel and tourism, community partnerships, and promotional opportunities
  • Organize select special events and community programs
  • Perform other duties as directed
 
Position Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in a related field (marketing, communications, English, journalism) required, Master’s degree a plus; strong organizational and communications skills; 5–10 years of experience in media negotiating and purchasing, budget maintenance and allocation, development of advertising and public relations campaigns; prior museum or nonprofit experience and community activation experience preferred. Applicants must be able to pass a pre-employment criminal background and drug screening.

Please submit a cover letter, résumé, application and portfolio.

 
EOE Statement This company does not discriminate in the recruitment, hiring, and conditions of employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), marital status, disability, age, veteran status, genetic information, and any other status as protected by applicable law. No question on this application is intended to secure information to be used in a discriminatory manner. Your completed application will be reviewed carefully; but its receipt does not imply that you will be employed. Employment consideration necessitates that you meet all minimum qualifications required for the position for which you are applying.  

This position is currently not accepting applications.

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