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Available Opportunities

Social Media and Marketing Manager (part-time)

Application submission is now closed.




Aural Compass Projects is about to begin its third season and our mission of performing and producing new and underperformed works is more important than ever. We strive to foster and develop a solid moral compass which guides our work in advancing towards equality and better representation in the arts. As artistic ambassadors, we believe it is our duty to follow a strong code of ethics while cultivating a space for new and underappreciated music, fostering the collective growth of our global community. We are excited at the opportunity to welcome new voices and perspectives to grow our team!




Aural Compass Projects is looking for a creative self-starter to join our team as its first Social Media and Marketing Manager. This is a part-time position with growth potential towards a full-time role as the company’s needs expand. The selected candidate will report to the Artistic Director while working in close collaboration with other members of the staff. 




The primary goals of the Social Media and Marketing Manager are to increase ACP’s visibility and reach new audiences through creative marketing efforts. Specific job responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:  


  • Collaborate with team members to create content related to artistic and institutional goals that will increase engagement with Aural Compass Projects 

  • Create and distribute content and communications across multiple marketing channels 

  • Execute updates to Aural Compass Projects’ website, including new page creation related to productions, special events, and new initiatives. 

  • Maintain organized collections of marketing assets and archival materials 

  • Maintain functionality and organization of marketing and communication platforms (e.g. MailChimp account, YouTube archives, etc.) 

  • Monitor analytics and recommend changes in strategy, processes, etc. based on data and trends 




We welcome perspectives both from those who have worked in or loved art song and chamber music, as well as those who are less familiar and can bring a new viewpoint. We look forward to hearing how each candidate’s insight and expertise can propel Aural Compass Projects forward into its next chapter. Ideal candidates will have some combination of: 


  • Proven experience in marketing either for an innovative product and/or bringing an innovative approach to marketing in general 

  • Ability to embrace Aural Compass Projects’ values and work collaboratively to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all stakeholders 

  • Agility and eagerness to pivot from brainstorming and ideating to data-driven detail tasks 

  • Familiarity with current marketing tools and practices, such as HTML, photo editing and video editing software, digital marketing platforms, back-end social media marketing tools, and CRM systems. 

  • Clear communication skills for interfacing with a diverse range of stakeholders, from opera newcomers to long-time supporters, from venue personnel to internal ACP staff 




This is a part-time position with a paid rate of $18/hour working approximately 5-10 hours per week. This position will be remote with meetings conducted via phone and/or video conferencing. Business hours will typically fall within a regular work week (Monday - Friday), though work hours can be flexible.



  • Our staff will review all applications as they come in and will contact those we wish to interview. Please do not email the staff directly to apply for this position. 

  • If we are unable to offer an interview, we will reach out and let you know so you may continue your job search. 

  • All interviews will be conducted over a web conferencing platform such as Zoom. 

  • We hope to finish the search process by the end of June, with an anticipated start date in July. 


Aural Compass Projects is committed to creating and sustaining an inclusive and equitable work environment. Equity, diversity, and inclusion are core values at Aural Compass Projects and we are currently working to expand our capacities in these areas with company-wide understanding that this is an ongoing process that must be embedded into the fabric of the organization. We encourage candidates who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQ+, otherwise-abled, and other underrepresented identities to apply. All applications will receive consideration for employment.

Application submission is now closed.

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