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    Welcome to the ArtsBoston employment page. We are thrilled that you are considering joining us as an ambassador for the arts! For more than 35 years, our mission has been to promote the arts in Greater Boston by making them accessible and more affordable, and because we are nonprofit, we have reinvested over $55 million in the local arts community. By joining forces with us, you too are helping to make a difference.

    ArtsBoston is looking to fill the following positions:

    • Data Analyst
    • Marketing Intern
    • Ticketing Intern

       

    Data Analyst*

    The Data Analyst coordinates the execution of ArtsBoston’s expanding services utilizing cultural datasets for research, analysis, and consulting purposes. The Data Analyst leads data collection efforts, ensures accuracy of data, conducts appropriate statistical and GIS analyses, works with cultural organizations to utilize the data, and writes data summaries and final reports for multiple audiences. The person in this position will focus initially on working on an audience diversification pilot project with a cohort of seven arts organizations. Project implementation entails collecting audience data, working with partners to analyze that data, helping organizations to understand and utilize the results of that analysis, and assisting organizations as they reach out to prospective new audiences.

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Work with the seven participating organizations  to collect necessary cultural data (including data from CRM, ticketing, and donor software)
    • Ensure the accuracy of data and prepare it for analysis
    • Conduct statistical and GIS analyses on data both at the organizational and cohort levels
    • Work with the Audience Diversification Pilot Project partners to utilize audience data to identify best prospects for targeted marketing efforts
    • Manage data analysis, mapping, and other research activities to help organizations understand their competitive position in the marketplace and identify new opportunities for audience development
    • Provide day to day coordination of data projects and research studies
    • Provide periodic training to participating organizations on best practices for data collection and analysis
    • Write data summaries and final reports of data analyses

    Knowledge and Experince:

    • Bachelor’s degree; 1-3 years of experience working with databases, quantitative research, or  data analysis
    • Experience working with ticketing, donor, and CRM systems utilized by arts organizations e.g Tessitura, Audience View, Blackbaud systems etc.
    • Excellent verbal, writing, and editing skills with a demonstrated ability to express ideas clearly and concisely
    • Ability to clearly and effectively communicate stories that emerge from the data
    • Facile with infographics and ability to portray data
    • Knowledge of and passion for Greater Boston’s performing and visual arts communities
    • Good judgment with the ability to effectively manage the expectations of others, make sound decisions within the scope of the job, and elevate issues as needed
    • An optimistic attitude and a willingness to help with the ability to interact positively with the public and staff
    • Demonstrated ability as a “self-starter” who shows the initiative to carry assignments beyond the original instruction in anticipation of future opportunities
    • Strong organizational skills, deadline and service driven, team oriented

    Technical Skills Needed:

    • Excellent quantitative, data collection, and analysis skills
    • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel
    • Experience with SQL or other relational database management language
    • Experience with R or other statistical analysis tools
    • Experience with GIS mapping systems

    How to Apply:
    Submit your cover letter and resume to jobs[at]artsboston[dot]org with "Data Anyalist" in the subject line. No phone calls please.

     

    Marketing Intern*

    Gain valuable nonprofit marketing and retail experience while building your network within Greater Boston's arts community!

    ArtsBoston seeks marketing interns starting September, January and June to work 15 -20 hours per week and help with the following projects:

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Building and creating e-mail campaigns in Constant Contact (top email system used at today’s non-profit organizations)
    • Learn and assist with ArtsBoston social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
    • Project Management for seasonal marketing campaigns
    • Review and approve content for ArtsBoston.org
    • Creating and sharing video content
    • Research on current consumers and market trends
    • Guerilla marketing and coordination of ArtsBoston street teams
    • Data entry and conversion to Salesforce, one of the top database management software systems
    • Opportunity to learn the basics of media buying

    Experience using constant contact email system a plus, interest and participation in the arts strongly preferred.

    How to Apply:
    Submit your cover letter and resume to Jen Falk at jenf[at]artsboston[dot]org with "Marketing Internship" in the subject line. No phone calls please.

    * This is an unpaid internship, but there are frequent opportunities for complimentary tickets to arts events. School credit can be available.

     

    Ticketing Intern*

    Gain valuable nonprofit marketing and retail experience while building your network within Greater Boston's arts community!

    ArtsBoston seeks a Ticketing Intern to work 15-20 hours per week and help with the needs of our busy and diverse ticketing programs.

    Job Responsibilities include:

    • Assist with outreach and support for ArtsBoston’s 170 member groups, which include the area’s top performing and visual art institutions
    • Assist with show building and reporting for BosTix.org and BosTix Booths
    • Cultivating and developing new and existing audiences for the BosTix.org 1/2 price ticketing program
    • Compiling sales and marketing reports internally and for ArtsBoston member groups
    • Special Projects as assigned during season marketing campaigns
    • Assist with customer service as needed
    • Potential to lead to part-time employment within the organization

    Experience with ticketing systems a plus, interest and participation in the arts strongly preferred.

    How to Apply:
    Submit your cover letter and resume to Ryan Impagliazzo at ryani[at]artsboston[dot]org with “Ticketing Internship” in the subject line. No phone calls please.

    * This is an unpaid internship, but there are frequent opportunities for complimentary tickets to arts events. School credit can be available.

     

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