Join Our Team

Our team is growing! We are thrilled to be bringing a Marketing Manager on to our team soon. Would you like to apply? Or do you know someone who may be interested? Please apply or send your friend our way. 

Please submit a cover letter and resume with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments to Andrea Baker, Co-Managing Director (Development & Engagement) at For best consideration, please apply by June 3, 2024.

Position Summary

As Marketing Manager, you will play a key role in the success of our earned and contributed revenue that supports artistic excellence and service deliverables. The Marketing Manager is responsible for developing, managing, and executing multi-channel marketing strategies aimed at increasing traffic, sales, and brand awareness that align with the organization’s overall goals. The Marketing Manager will be solely responsible for all MET-related campaigns and promotions and work closely with the Co-Managing Director (Development & Outreach) to develop and manage the marketing budget, marketing calendar, etc. The Marketing Manager will also collaborate consistently with other departments to meet goals. 

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement marketing/brand strategies and best practices;
  • Evaluate, maintain & report on current marketing methods and trends utilizing Google Analytics and Meta reports, etc;
  • Manage MET’s Google Ad Grant;
  • Create and oversee the annual marketing budget;
  • Create and adhere to an annual marketing calendar for all events, digital, print, and other activities, and determine placement of ads;
  • With the Graphic Designer, determine ad/graphics schedule to ensure timely delivery according to due dates and support design development to ensure brand cohesion;
  • Monitor, make updates, and create content for MET website and social media platforms, with a focus on responsiveness, recognition, and continual growth;
  • Provide Public Relations for all productions/programs including drafting and sending press releases, managing press night, and booking critics, etc;
  • Prospect, negotiate, and contract with media partners;
  • Generate and print show playbills based on established design;
  • Create and send weekly e-newsletter and targeted email campaigns;
  • Submit all events into local calendars/ on social media;
  • Coordinate with the Co-MD Prod/Ops to arrange photo shoots of MET classes, productions, etc.;
  • Uploads press photos to the website/ tourism site for each production and all other production photos to the Google Drive;
  • Conduct person-to-person engagement at events; 
  • and other duties as assigned. 

Desired Credentials

  • Degree in Marketing, Communications, Writing or commensurate experience preferred. 
  • Seeking a self-starter with excellent writing skills, creativity, cooperative  and collaborative spirit. Excellence in efficient time management and ability to thrive with reasonable autonomy. Passion for the arts and education is necessary. 
  • Required skills include basic video editing and graphic design as well as utilization of WordPress, InDesign, Canva, Constant Contact, Meta, LinkedIn, Google Analytics/ Ad Manager, Google Office Suite. 

Compensation and Benefits

  • The Marketing Manager is a Full-Time, Salaried position compensated at a rate of $40,000 – 42,000 annually. Default schedule is Monday – Friday, 9-5 or 10-6. However, hybrid work location and reasonable flex-time are permitted as evening and/or weekend hours will be required. 
  • After 90 days of employment, employees are entitled to generous leave with supervisor approval;
  • Simple IRA, with up to 3% employer match on eligible compensation;
  • MD State Arts & Entertainment District Artist Income Tax Subtraction Modification, with 502AE tax form annual filing;
  • Verified employer for Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program;
  • Employee class and camp discounts; and
  • 2 comps to each MET production.

So you think that you don’t meet expectations of every single item listed above… That’s okay! We still want to hear from you. If you are excited about this opportunity, you think that you have what it takes, and you are willing to learn and try new things that you may not be well versed in, then please apply anyways.


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