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Marketing Manager (Hybrid) - Rubin Museum

Friday, March 31, 2023

New York City, New York, United States

Summary Description

The Marketing Manager is an integral member of the Marketing and Communications team. Their primary responsibilities include managing email marketing, website content, and promotional campaigns in order to target, reach, and engage new audiences for the Museum. This is a new position, created at an exciting time during which the Rubin is becoming a more globally operating and digitally focused organization, developing a new website, and transitioning to a CRM system. The Marketing Manager is a creative and strategic thinker, strong copywriter and project manager, and detail-oriented team player who will apply audience insights to deepen the Rubin Museum of Art’s impact.

The position reports to the Senior Manager, Communications & Marketing and works closely with the Graphic Design team, Web Engineer, Social Media Coordinator, Editorial, and colleagues across departments, including programming, development, visitor experience and interpretation.

This is a full-time exempt position with a workweek schedule of Mondays through Fridays with core work hours from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM with some flexibility.

Salary: $64K to $70K, commensurate with experience.

The Rubin Museum offers a generous and competitive compensation and benefits package. This includes the Rubin’s Work from Home (WFH) Policy that allows employees to work offsite four (4) days per week based on their job responsibilities. This policy took effect on September 14, 2022 and will end in its current format on March 31, 2023. The WFH benefit policy will be reviewed and revised as needed.

About the Museum

The Rubin Museum of Art in Chelsea, New York City is a museum and global platform that explores and celebrates the diversity and uniqueness of Himalayan art, ideas and cultures across history and into the present.

Through Himalayan art, cultures, and ideas, the Rubin serves as a guidepost to examine big questions of what it means to be human today with the intent of creating a more compassionate and resilient world. 

With its globally renowned collection, largely centered around art from the Tibetan Plateau, the Rubin fosters understanding and appreciation of this extraordinary region by connecting its art and ideas to contemporary issues that are relevant in our visitors’ lives today.

Largely inspired by the philosophical traditions of Buddhism and Hinduism, the Rubin offers innovative exhibitions and programs that examine provocative ideas across the arts and sciences. In doing so, the Museum serves as a space for reflection and personal transformation, opening windows to inner worlds so visitors can better navigate outer ones.

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