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Marketing Coordinator

Join the Melbourne Recital Centre team.

Marketing Coordinator
Full time, Ongoing. Melbourne Recital Centre Enterprise Agreement 3.1 $63,098 + superannuation guarantee

Melbourne Recital Centre is looking for a Marketing Coordinator to work within a small and dynamic team of marketing and media professionals. This role reports to the Marketing & Communications Manager and supports the activities undertaken by the Centre’s marketing department, with a strong focus on effective copy-writing, content production, accurate proofreading and sub-editing as well as involvement in database management and general marketing activities.

About Melbourne Recital Centre

Melbourne Recital Centre is a venue of and for the 21st century: celebrating the past, welcoming the present and imagining the future, a place where artists and audiences are invited to engage, challenge and explore. With a unique focus on music, the Centre presents and hosts hundreds of concerts each year, representing the pinnacle of the art form as practised by Australian and international performers in a dazzlingly diverse array of styles, from early music to post-rock. The Centre’s learning and access activities beyond the Centre provide opportunities for Victorians of all ages and backgrounds to experience outstanding performances.

How to Apply:

Please visit our website www.melbournerecital.com.au and download a copy of the position description for more detailed information about the position and key selection criteria.

Please email a cover letter together with answers to key selection criteria and your resume to Annabel Storey, Human Resource Advisor at hr@melbournerecital.com.au by Wednesday the 28th February 2018.

Any Questions?

If you have any enquiries about the recruitment process or position, please contact Annabel Storey, Human Resources Advisor on (03) 9699 2228 or hr@melbournerecital.com.au

Melbourne Recital Centre proudly stands on the land of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation and we pay our respects to Melbourne’s First People, to their Elders past and present, and to our shared future