Proud recipient of an operating grant from the Oregon Arts Commission and a project grant from RACC and the Cultural Coalition of Washington County

Experience Theatre Project

A 501c3  Non-Profit Professional Theater Corporation

Mailing Address: 6107 SW Murray Blvd. #320

Beaverton, Oregon 97008

Tel.  844-ETP-SHOW (844-387-7469)

Questions? Contact: info@experiencetp.org

© 2019 Experience Theatre Project. All rights reserved. 

Current Job Openings

last updated 8/1/19

Development and Marketing Assistant

(Portland/Beaverton) 

Starting compensation: $14-$16 per hour DOE

Employment type: part-time 20-26 hours/week, may become full time in 2020

 

Come join Experience Theatre Project’s amazing non-profit, and support our mission to bring vibrant performing arts to Washington County and beyond! 

 

We are seeking a passionate, dynamic, and skilled communicator to lead strategy and implementation to take our communications and marketing to the next level. Both an internal and public-facing role, you should be enthusiastic about growing along with the organization while having major impact in Washington County. We believe in taking risks and will give you the chance to do so as well. If you to want do some of your best–and most meaningful–work in a flexible and exciting environment, we want to meet you.

 

As an active member of the leadership team, you will craft, innovate, and ensure a unified voice for Experience Theatre Project, both on stage and in the community. You will have the opportunity to lead and implement the communications and marketing plan including but not limited to print and digital media, marketing partnerships, media relations, ticket sales promotions, and community partnerships. You will serve as both a leader and ambassador to advance our mission with relevant partners, as well as drive broader awareness and support for the goal of creating a world awakened by the wonder of theatre.

 

This position is perfect for you if you are energized by fundraising and communications for good causes. You have an analytical mind, you are an exceptional writer, and you thrive in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment. You will create, organize, edit, proof, and distribute content. You will carry out donor stewardship strategies and management of internal systems and tools. You're as comfortable taking direction as you are self-teaching. You are a hyper-organized, "can-do" person that gets excited by effective workflow and finding creative solutions to time, organizational, creative, or content challenges. You want to have a positive impact on the world around you. Sound like you?

 

Expected hours for this position are 16-20/week at $14/hr. For best consideration, please apply by August 8, 2019. 

 

DETAILED ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Work in collaboration with the Managing Artistic Director from your home office 75% of the time, and 25% networking with new partners, collaborators and sponsors

  • Draft, edit, and publish marketing content, including donor materials, email marketing, website content, and social media

  • Oversee the theater donor database

  • Conduct marketing and donor development-related research

  • Research prospective grants and assist in preparing and proofing grant materials

  • Respond to and report on partnership and speaking engagement opportunities

  • Support donor development and marketing administrative tasks

  • Build awareness of Experience Theatre Project’s programs with community members, partners and donors

  • Establish high standards of service for all donor and customer interactions in person, on the phone, in email, or online.

  • Maintain accurate records and protect all private information.

  • Answer questions and forward complaints through appropriate channels.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

 

REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

 

  • Excellent writing and editing skills in both traditional and new media formats

  • Familiarity with CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software

  • Experience using Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube for businesses

  • Proficiency in basic office software, spreadsheets, and Google suite

  • Exceptional attention to detail

  • Strong self-motivation and ability to prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

  • Passion for the work and mission of Experience Theatre Project

  • Ability to consistently follow policies and procedures.

  • Self-assured in your ability to ask questions

  • Dependably work without direct supervision on a regular basis.

  • Ability to remain flexible about duties and expectations as ETP grows and changes.

 

 

DESIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

 

  • Familiar with working in a Google suite environment and comfortable using Google analytics

  • Comfortable working independently online and 

  • Experienced with design software, such as Canva or Adobe InDesign and Photoshop

  • Interested in branding

  • Familiar with Mailchimp or similar online marketing software

  • Able to track email and social media metrics

  • Familiar with Wix, WordPress, or similar

  • Knowledgeable in HTML/CSS

  • Adept in SEO best practices

  • Demonstrated experience creating effective, eye-catching outreach materials.

  • Previous nonprofit work or volunteer experience a plus

TO APPLY: Send your resume, cover letter,  and three professional references to alisa@experiencetp.org 

ACTORS: We are holding auditions on September 15 and 16 for The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. 

CLICK HERE to go to our auditions page

NOTE: theater production resumes for all tech and crew positions are welcome year-round! Email your resume and your desired position to alisa@experiencetp.org