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🔗Read House & Gardens Marketing and Events Coordinator

  • Full Time
  • New Castle, DE, USA
  • $42,000 - $46,000 (annually) USD / Year
  • Job Reference #: RH-220630-2
  • Job Qualifications:

    QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
    • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in marketing, communications, business, or a related field
    • Minimum of one to two (1–2) years of experience in digital marketing
    • Demonstrated talent for visual storytelling
    • Proven experience in social media marketing across a variety of platforms
    • Demonstrated project organization skills and ability to manage detailed work reliably
    • Mastery of written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to meet deadlines, ensure
    • Ability to work within a team environment, including across departments and campuses
    PREFERRED SKILLS
    • Experience in event planning and vendor-coordination
    • Basic skills in photography, and photo/video editing.

  • How to Apply:

    Email: careers@dehistory.org
    Subject Line: Marketing and Events Coordinator

    Please include résumé, cover letter, examples of past
    work, and 3 professional references.

  • Job benefits: Paid Time Off, Health Insurance, Vision, Dental, others.
  • Application Email: careers@dehistory.org
  • Application URL: https://dehistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/2022.06_RH-Marketing-Events-Coordinator_position-description.pdf
  • Application Address: 42 The Strand New Castle, DE 19720

Website Delaware Historical Society

Since its founding in 1864, the Delaware Historical Society (DHS) has acquired an extraordinary collection of more than 3 million objects, books, documents, photographs, and maps, and nine historic buildings related to Delaware’s past and its importance to the nation. We are the only private nonprofit organization with the mission to serve as the statewide organization exploring, preserving, promoting, and sharing Delaware history, heritage, and culture to educate, inspire, and empower people and communities.

The Delaware Historical Society is seeking a dynamic and forward-thinking Marketing and Events Coordinator to join the core team of the Read House & Gardens (RH&G). The scope of the RH&G brand is both local and national, resting on more than a century of publicity in lifestyle and shelter publications. The Marketing and Events Coordinator is a key player in the current RH&G vision, which focuses on design to build empathy and
critical-looking skills among diverse audiences.

This individual will bring together three related functions: 1) help to tell a cohesive and compelling brand story for the Read House as a unique platform advancing the DHS mission; 2) provide the planning and coordination necessary to produce excellent RH&G events that grow our audiences; and 3) manage targeted RH&G retail operations that strategically reinforce visitor experience and audience development.

The RH&G Marketing and Events Coordinator reports to the Director of the George Read II House & Gardens and works closely with the RH&G Curator of Education, as well as with communications and graphic design staff based at the main DHS offices in Wilmington. Full Posting.

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