Jobs and Internships

DIGITAL MARKETING ASSOCIATE
The Digital Marketing Associate will work closely to support the Marketing team in managing day-to-day content for the Film Society's website and other marketing channels. Leveraging experience, a passion for film, and a cross-functional skillset, s/he will play a pivotal role in shaping the marketing of a rapidly evolving, best-in-class nonprofit arts organization. We are looking for a well-rounded marketing specialist with a successful track record in the digital sphere.

Principal duties include maintaining the Film Society website and assisting with the creation of content for other digital channels, including social media, app, blog, video, and podcast. The Digital Marketing Associate will also work with the Marketing team to strategize and implement campaigns. This includes, but is not limited to: production of materials, direct marketing efforts, management of Lincoln Center’s digital signage, as well as grassroots outreach and promotions for festivals, events, and other Film Society initiatives.

Qualifications:

• 1-3 years professional experience working in digital marketing
• Experience with content management systems such as WordPress
• Experience with major social media platforms and influencer communities
• Solid project management, research, proofreading, writing, and editing skills
• An understanding of integrated marketing and traditional public relations
• Strong written and oral communication skills
• Knowledge of and interest in foreign/independent/arthouse cinema

To apply for this position, click here.

CINEKIDS TEACHING ARTISTS
CineKids is a new education initiative focused on bringing film into the classroom through screenings, discussions, and production, in order to bolster visual literacy learning in neighborhood elementary schools. We are looking to hire several part-time Teaching Artists for this program.

Principal Duties:
• Create arts-integrated projects and lessons with a collaborating classroom teacher that will teach students arts specific skills while supporting academic content through the arts
• Ongoing program planning, development, and assessment
• Support classroom and school-wide norms
• Maintain a safe learning environment by partnering with the teacher to manage a classroom
• Experience with filmmaking/editing technology
• Participate in the Cine Kids community by:
     • Attending monthly professional development sessions
     • Attending monthly meetings at partnership schools
     • Communicating regularly with Site-Based Coordinator and Program Director

Requirements:
• Demonstrated experience in art discipline (Bachelor’s degree, MFA or related training preferred)
• Minimum of 3 years experience teaching school-aged children in public school setting
• Training in (and application of) current State, Federal and City Arts Learning
• Comfortable interacting with school administration and teachers
• Strong oral and written communication skills and an ability to work as part of a team
• Interest in and knowledge of art house cinema
• Experience with filmmaking/editing technology
• Experience or interest in student-centered education, as it applies to arts
• Commitment to ongoing professional development as an arts practitioner and educator and to participating in CineKids community events

To apply for this position, click here.

DEVELOPMENT INTERN
Development Interns gain valuable experience in fundraising at America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, including being a part of innovative fundraising campaigns, learning more about philanthropic giving, and assisting with donor events and daily operations.

Principal Duties:
• Research prospective Film Society donors
• Handle development-specific mailings, including renewal and acknowledgment letters
• Aid with check-in at donor events, including Patron Evenings
• Participate in development staff meetings to discuss and plan upcoming fundraising campaigns
• Assist with reviewing  all member communications, including invitations, newsletters, and renewal & acknowledgment letters
• Process patron ticket orders during high-volume festivals
• Assist Database Administrator with filing as needed
• Stock FSLC venues with program materials

Experience/Skills Required:
• Current undergraduate/graduate student
• Writing and editing skills; strong verbal and listening skills
• Strong commitment to quality work and high work ethic
• Interest in film and/or arts administration
• Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information

To apply for this internship, click here.

If there are no job openings for which the Film Society believes you are qualified in the area of interest that you specified, the Film Society will discard your résumé and cover letter after six months. Please resubmit your cover letter and résumé after a six-month period.

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