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Operations Manager



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Salary is commensurate with experience, education, and ability. Benefits include healthcare, 401K, and vacation.
Application Deadline: 
November 8, 2021

Duties include but are not limited to:

• Oversee organization and flow of office operations, including processes, systems, and managing inventory

• Manage daily team meetings & agendas, calendaring, and the overarching project outline, tracking flow of

multiple, concurrent projects and respective team member responsibilities

• Manage tech and utilities subscriptions and service liaising to ensure all runs up-to-date and smoothly

• Maintain digital accounting records and support with invoicing, expense reports, and budgeting

• Oversee marketing and communications content in printed materials & across multiple platforms

• Manage, execute, and grow product and art sales; Handle all art shipments & coordinate artwork donations and

consignments for semi-annual auctions with partners such as Christie’s & Artsy

• Oversee production of biennial coloring book & distribution of book donations to hospitals

• Maintain art inventory and storage (digitally in Airtable, onsite in office, and offsite storage facility)

• Prepare and update marketing materials and presentations

• Solicit and document feedback from healthcare partners on RxART projects

• Oversee hiring and supervision of quarterly interns and event volunteers

• Assist with all events (virtual and in-person)


• Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills

• Demonstrated pro-activeness, follow-through, integral team player, and discretion

• 5+ years of experience in similar role, preferably at a nonprofit/arts organization

• Experience in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suites, Google Drive; MailChimp, Salesforce experience ideal

• Experience in WordPress/WooCommerce; MailChimp; Instagram, Linktree, Canva, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn,

Vimeo, YouTube

• Experienced IT skills

• Knowledge of and interest in contemporary art

• Superior written and verbal skills

• Bachelor’s Degree (required) in Arts Administration (MA a plus)

• Requires the ability to sit, stand, lift up to 35 lbs. and to use typical office equipment

• Full-time in person, Monday to Friday, 10 am – 6 pm, with occasional outside hours for special events

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Publicity & Marketing Account Manager



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Publicity & Marketing Account Manager


Unison Media, based in New York City, is a market-leading, integrated music company with a new vision of how classical music, opera and the performing arts can be promoted. Our work ranges from publicity and branding to websites, social media and digital marketing. We also run a pair of concert series (Death of Classical) in a Crypt in Harlem and a Catacomb in Brooklyn, that have been featured everywhere from The New York Times to NPR to Vogue. We work with a broad range of incredible artists, ensembles and organizations, and we have a great time doing it.

Unison is expanding! We’re looking to hire a Publicity & Marketing Account Manager to oversee media relations, social media, and outreach for a group of our clients. This involves all elements of publicity and digital marketing, from long-term planning to pitching, to running our clients’ social media channels and websites, to managing press in-person at events, and more.



This is a full-time position with salary and benefits to match qualifications and experience.


Developing long-term PR strategies and story arcs

Pitching and coordinating media features

Maintaining our contact lists

Monitoring and tracking media placements, and creating coverage reports

Managing press at events

Communicating with publicity & marketing departments

Management of client assets

Manage and grow all aspects of internal and client social media and digital marketing

Write copy for press releases, email blasts, social media posts and more

Organize creation and dissemination of client assets, including photos, videos and more.

Manage coordinator and independent contractors, recruit and oversee interns

Help plan and execute Unison's Crypt Sessions and Angel’s Share concert series


Education & Experience - Bachelor's degree plus minimum five years of relevant experience. You should be wicked smaht.

Knowledge of Classical Music and Opera Media – You should have a solid working knowledge of the U.S. Classical Music & Opera media - print, radio and online outlets. You should know who Alex Ross is, and should have exchanged emails with him before.

Knowledge of Classical Music and Opera – You should also know who Schubert is, and should not have exchanged emails with him.

Social Media experience - the interwebs should fascinate you, and the power of social media should be something that inspires and energizes you (beyond just funny GIFs and cat photos)

Adaptability, and a desire to learn new skills – We are not your granddaddy’s PR firm. We incorporate a unique mix of traditional and digital media strategies and tactics that have brought us to the top of the industry in a few short years. If you want to write press releases and snail mail them out to journalists until you collapse into a shallow grave, then this isn’t the place for you. We’re part of the future, and as such, we pivot and adapt in the directions where we find growth. If you want a 9-5 desk job doing the thing on repeat every day until oblivion sets in…then look elsewhere, friend.

Resourcefulness – Every day will present new adventures and challenges, and while you’ll have plenty of support in all that you do, we want someone who can learn how to learn, and become ever more capable of meeting future challenges on their own. Basically you should be like the classical music MacGyver (too young for the reference? Google it.)

Insanely great communication skills - It should be a giddy pleasure to interact with you. People should jump out of bed each morning with a dizzying anticipation at the thought of hearing your sweet, sweet voice.

You should love all forms of writing – From Proust to press releases, you should revel in the written word like a pig in pudding.

Laser-like attention to detail - You should be person who catches the little things that other people miss, especially when it comes to proofreading (did you catch the missing “the” at the start of this sentence? Good. Good for you.)

Hyper-efficiency - you should get a thrill out of doing things in the quickest way possible. If you like keyboard shortcuts, you're going to do very well here

Borderline-obsessive organization - Do you enjoy checking tasks off of your to do list? Does the word "workflow" perk your ears? You’re in the right place.

Ability to multi-task - You're going to be keeping a lot of plates spinning at the same time, and you need to be comfortable staying on top of everything and keeping several different projects in your mind all at once

Tech-savvy - We're cutting-edge and you should be too, a familiarity with all things digital and media-oriented are a must, or you should at least be a quick study

A flexible schedule - You'll need to be willing to work nights and weekends when we have concerts and events, after hours on occasion if the need should arise, and be willing to manage a crisis whenever it might occur

A passion for classical music and general aesthetics - We work to bring beauty to a world that desperately needs it, so if that doesn't excite you then you're in the wrong place

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Digital Media Associate




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October 29

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Swann Galleries' busy and innovative marketing department is seeking a Digital Media Associate.

Candidates with a background in graphic design and knowledge of HTML, CSS, and other web basics will be strongly preferred.

Responsibilities include:

Overseeing ongoing web development and keeping vendors on track, reporting bugs, conveying company's needs to developers, and facilitating progress among several digital platforms.

Managing and steering the success of Swann's email marketing—from producing day-to-day emails and reviewing them internally to developing new and effective direct marketing methods.

SEO & pixel oversight for advertising, reporting analytics for business stakeholders, and monitoring campaign performance via Google Analytics (and other sources).

Managing content and data in main website CMS, as well as other content management systems for the app, and third-party websites/subdomains as needed.

Graphic Design skills a big plus: the ability to make things look great for in-house or external use, apply a style guide effectively, and articulate why something looks good and will be effective communication. Auction day staffing support, including clerking live online bidding platforms and phone bidding with collectors (training will be provided).

Position reports to Swann's CMO and works closely with the auction house's Public Relations & Social Media Associate as well as the Catalogue Production team, and specialized departments.

Monday-Friday 10:00-6:00

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