Administration and Marketing Intern
REPORTS TO: Office Manager/ Bookkeeper
The Administration and Marketing Intern will work with the Office Manager to provide a critical central point of contact for artists, staff, and vendors. This intern will maintain office communications and coordinate/complete projects essential to all areas of the Festival. This position is a good fit for interns looking to gain experience in administration, customer service, hospitality and marketing.
- Assist communications with Town tourist information outlets including the Welcome Center, hotel concierges, Breckenridge Resort Chamber and Breckenridge Tourism Office
- Assist as requested to pick up and distribute mail
- Assist with answering phone and emails
- Assist in maintaining donor database, contribution records and correspondence files
- Provide administrative support for
- Executive Director
- Music Director
- Festival Personnel Manager and Production Staff
- Interact with the BMF community and encourage engagement with the organization through online platforms
- Assist production and physical distribution of marketing and PR materials including: flyers, posters and ticket vouchers
- Provide support for performances (evenings and weekends) including:
- Merchandise sales: cash transactions, reconciliation and inventory at the end of concerts
- Artist hospitality: green room set up, artist runner, etc.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
- Strong writing and editing skills
- Detailed oriented; excellent written, verbal and organizational skills
- Excellent computer skills including Word and Excel. Familiarity with Wordpress a plus
- Knowledge of classical music and prior customer service experience a plus
- Outgoing, even-tempered, extremely organized, mature person, able to work well under pressure and with all personality types
PHYSICAL AND WORKING DEMANDS:
Must be available to work 40 hours per week. The job requires some lifting and the ability to function at the 9,600 ft. elevation of Breckenridge. It is recommended that the intern bring and use his or her own personal laptop.
The above describes general content for the Internship. Other duties may be assigned to ensure the overall success of the festival.
Intoxication will not be tolerated during work calls.
Interns will be provided resort housing for the duration of the internship. This is an UNPAID internship. College credit may be available.
Recommended dates are between early-July and mid-August, 2017. Dates are somewhat flexible and can be moved based on Intern’s schedule and festival needs.
APPLICATIONS AND DEADLINE:
To apply for the above listed position, please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 15, 2017:
- Cover letter that includes the following: “Tell us about your most meaningful live music experience!”