Marketing Manager (Part-time)

Job Type: Part-time: 15-20 hours per week 
Reports to: President

Job Summary: Shriver Hall Concert Series (SHCS) immediately seeks an organized, passionate, self-starter to fill the position of Marketing Manager. The ideal candidate will be a team player who is passionate about helping this culturally significant organization reach a wider audience by managing all promotional efforts to generate awareness in the community, serving as a contact to the media and patrons, and establishing and perpetuating the Series identity. 


Job Duties and Responsibilities: 

• Work with President to develop vision and strategy for marketing and promotion of all SHCS events. 
• Identify, develop, and maintain strategic partnerships and promotions with media sponsors, community partners, corporate and retail partners, securing their cooperation, support, and action to enhance SHCS marketing and public relations efforts. 
• Head up grassroots efforts: develop and oversee execution of comprehensive plans to increase sales for individual concerts, series, seasons, and special events as appropriate. 
• Ensure a dynamic presence on Facebook and other social media outlets. Facilitate two-way conversations between SHCS and the audience. 
• Develop and execute promotional agreements with partners, overseeing all details from contract administration to fulfillment. 
• Act as brand ambassador for SHCS and represent institution in public and at events as directed and appropriate. 
• Coordinate placement and distribution for brochures, advertisements, newsletters, program books, posters, presentations, signage, and promotional materials 
• Monitor impact of all promotions on an ongoing basis to aid in future promotion development. 
• Identify and leverage outreach and group sales opportunities. 
• Stay informed of trends, innovations, and changes that may inspire promotion opportunities. 
• Attend all SHCS concerts assisting with front of house/ticketing and acting as liaison to the media and the public. 
• Perform other duties as assigned by the President. 



• 2-4 years of experience in marketing, promotions, or public relations 
• Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent experience 
• Excellent written and verbal skills; experience writing copy a very strong plus 
• Well-versed in social media and grass roots 
• Proficiency in the use of computers for email, word processing, databases, and other applications including a working knowledge of Word, Excel, and Adobe. 
• Attention to detail with ability to multi-task and execute plans effectively. 
• Strong organizational skills, with the ability to work under pressure and with competing priorities. 
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team. 
• A sense of humor and the ability to work with a variety of personalities are highly desirable 
• Background in or knowledge of classical music a very strong plus 


Organization Background: 

Now in its 49th season, Shriver Hall Concert Series is Baltimore’s premier presenter of chamber music ensembles and solo recitalists with the mission of making music consonant with the highest aspirations of musical art, creating performances and providing educational training programs at the highest level of excellence.  Presenting its coveted subscription series each year, free ‘Discovery Series’ concerts around the Greater-Baltimore area, and other special events, the Series has featured many of the world’s most renowned soloists and ensembles. The Series has been called “Baltimore’s finest importer of classical music talent” by The Sun and is the five-time recipient of Baltimore Magazine’s distinction “Best Classical Music” in its annual “Best of Baltimore” issue. For more information visit 


To Apply: 

Please send cover letter and CV to 
Or by mail to:
Stephen Jacobsohn, President
Shriver Hall, Suite 105 
3400 N. Charles Street 
Baltimore, MD 21218-2698 
No phone calls, please.


Arts Administration Internship

Hours: 10-12 hours per week
Compensation: This is an unpaid internship, Academic credit may be possible, free Shriver Hall Concert Series tickets
Duties and Responsibilities: Assist with general office operations. Conduct research on current and prospective donors and foundations. Prepare acknowledgment letters. Participate in donor event planning. Create invitations for events. Assist in creation of marketing materials. Assist in upgrading databases. Other duties as assigned
Requirements: The ideal candidate will be a current college student or recent graduate of a discipline related to arts administration, classical music, development, marketing, non-profits, or the arts. Strong verbal and organizational skills are required, and computer proficiency is essential. Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to multi-task, willingness to learn, and a great sense of humor are highly valued skills.
Interested candidates should submit a resume to:
Stephen Jacobsohn, President
Shriver Hall, Suite 105
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Or via email: No phone calls, please.



tell us about yourself

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to

Stephen Jacobsohn, President
Shriver Hall, Suite 105
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

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