Dublin Fringe Festival is a year-round organisation that is a home to artists and a platform for brand new work across every discipline. It is a thriving community that celebrates bold ideas and brave performing arts, marking its 26th edition from 5-20 September 2020.

As Marketing Assistant, you are a key member of our team. Your job is strategic, social and puts into practice your strong beliefs about audience development and marketing initiatives. You will work with and support the Marketing Manager, Press Manager and other members of the administrative team. You’ll take initiative, work closely with artists and creatives, and contribute to the life of Ireland’s most exciting arts festival.

You provide key marketing support to the Marketing Manager, in the development of the annual Festival brochure, marketing materials and advertising and group sales. Alongside the Marketing Manager, you foster and maintain the organisation’s connections with audiences and donors. You will implement the Festival’s exciting marketing campaigns, social media strategies and individual giving schemes sustaining relationships with existing members and cultivating new connections. The role asks for your highest level of organisation, discretion and interpersonal skills.

Your work is integral in enabling Fringe to achieve ambitious artistic and curatorial objectives. You’ll do it alongside one of the most skilled, dynamic, supportive and hard-working teams in Ireland. Fringe recognises the need for flexible employment arrangements and is open to accommodating variable work formats and schedules.

Full job description at www.fringefest.com

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this position please send a cover letter and CV in PDF format to Shannon Lacek, General Manager at recruit@fringefest.com

 Closing date for applications is 6pm on Friday 6th March 2020. Interviews will take place during the week of 9th March 2020.

Date Posted: 12 February 2020
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