Soulpepper, Toronto’s largest theatre company, is an artist-centred non-profit charity that celebrates the stories that move us and the artists who tell them.
Soulpepper presents vital Canadian interpretations of the classics, and commissions, translates, and develops new work, creating a home for a diverse array of artistic expression across disciplines.
Reporting to the Manager of Communications & Media Relations, the Communications Coordinator will coordinate promotional tasks which support the overall goals of the department in fostering the ongoing conversation with Soulpepper and the Young Centre’s current patrons, communities, partners and media.
Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Promotes Soulpepper's corporate communications to our various publics through coordinating blog posts and e-newsletters.
• Coordinates communications with theatre patrons, including email reminders and thank-you follow-ups.
• Aims to grow Soulpepper's audience through targeted niche community outreach and promotional partnership support.
• Provides assistance with public relations media outreach / coordinating, including opening nights and media attendance.
• Coordinates the scheduling, delivery, and editing of communications copy for productions, including background notes, and artist notes for Playbills, Shells and program notes.
• Assist with building emails and invitations supporting opening nights and development events.
• A departmental resource for interacting with our CRM Tessitura, and pulling segmentation lists.
• Coordinate Soulpepper's event listings across available public platforms and websites, while exploring new opportunities.
• Supports Soulpepper's digital presence on website maintenance, promotional and marketing emails, and social media as needed.
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Posted by: Soulpepper Theatre Company
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