CoMA is seeking to appoint an experienced marketing officer to play a key role within the delivery of the 2022 Festival of Contemporary Music for All, 4-6 March, 2022. This will involve supporting and developing the festival promotional strategy, leading on the social media campaign and the support of amateur music ensembles across the UK in promoting their festival workshops and performances. The Marketing Officer will support the CoMA Festival Director in promoting CoMA’s biennial Festival and associated strategies and activities that communicate CoMA’s aims and help to increase its impact and strengthen its profile within the music sector and the wider public.
This job will suit someone with a passion for the arts, an interest in new music and community arts and experience in promoting multiple events simultaneously. They must be a strategic thinker, ideally with experience in community projects and a knowledge of the music sector. The role will include promoting live and digital events, seeking media and other promotional opportunities for the festival, and producing callouts for allcomers to come and join in with events across the country. All this work is already underway, so the candidate will be joining the CoMA team to support and lead on the delivery of these initiatives.
Fixed term contract 2 days a week 3 January to 11 March 2022. Fee is £3000.
Interviews 3 December 2021.
CoMA (Contemporary Music for All) is the UK’s lead organisation promoting contemporary music through participation with an international programme of establishing contemporary music ensembles, commissioning schemes, education projects and digital initiatives. CoMA’s vision is to open contemporary music to everyone, to celebrate participation in new music-making as a meaningful and essential part of our lives.
CoMA’s mission is to create a culture of musical participation, in which amateur, emerging and established music-makers of all backgrounds and abilities forge musical communities and new repertoires. CoMA exists to share those unique experiences and practices as widely as possible across its networks, from audiences to institutions, music hubs to professional ensembles.
The overall aim of the festival is to help create a major shift in the appreciation of contemporary music, an aim it is committed to sharing with the whole of the music sector, through active partnerships with composers, artists and music and education organisations.