Job Opening for Marketing Coordinator

Job Opening for Marketing Coordinator

  • Position Title: Marketing Coordinator
  • Type of Employment: Part-time (20 hours as arranged by Executive Director and Production Coordinator) 
  • Reports To: Executive Director and Production Coordinator
  • Location: Teatro del Pueblo, 209 Page Street W St. Paul, MN 55107
  • Schedule: flexible, to be arranged with the Executive Director and Production Coordinator. Mostly daytime with some weekends and evenings events required.
  • Pay Rate: $20 per hour, 20 hours per week as arranged by supervisor
  • Deadline: July 30th
  • Start Date: September 5th

Job description:

Teatro del Pueblo is looking for a curious and detail-oriented individual to join our fun and socially-conscious committed team to make a mark in the world by engaging the community through the arts. The theater company promotes Latino culture through the creation and presentation of performing arts, multidisciplinary arts and educational programming. The Marketing & Communication Associate will play an active role in implementing the organization’s marketing efforts, strategizing new approaches while developing relationships with community partners, organizations, companies, and schools to promote Teatro del Pueblo’s mission, and events and programs that enrich the community we serve. The Marketing Coordinator  will assist the Executive Director & Production Coordinator at events.  

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years of previous experience working in Marketing and Communications
  • Graphic Design experience
  • Somewhat familiar with Teatro’s artistic and audience community
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative products for print and digital design
  • Proficiency in WordPress or similar website management
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently 

Key Responsibilities:

Strategy and Branding
  • Design and execute marketing/branding strategic plan for the organization, including       advertising, verbiage, and graphic design.
Real Women Have Curves

Real Women Have Curves

Teatro del Pueblo and Lyric Arts Theater present Real Women Have Curves, a poignant production about family, friendship, and latinidad.

Our June 2022 production of Real Women Have Curves told the story of a group of multi-generation Latina women who work in a sewing factory in Los Angeles. The story unfolds over the course of a week in September of 2010, during which the women share secrets about their lives and yearnings.

This story is told through the eyes of a young woman searching for her identity and path. The play resonates with all women and focuses on immigration, body image, and gender expectations. Both light and serious, it explores the bonds created through survival, friendship, and family.

Real Women Have Curves actors

Written by Josefina Lopez and directed by Adlyn Carreras and Lelis Brito, we were so happy for you all to meet our delightful cast and watch their talents across the stage.

An Immigrant Thanksgiving

An Immigrant Thanksgiving

Written by Silvia Pontaza and Alberto Justiniano

Coco’s Latinidad is a live radio variety show intended to provide Latino artists and community members an opportunity to create culturally appealing content to showcase their unique voices and talent. This live radio broadcast includes live music, drama and humorous storytelling as well as a visual art exhibits of local artists. The content will fluctuate between Spanish and English, emphasizing on a bilingual experience.

Nov. 17 -19, 2017
Creative Arts High School, St. Paul, MN
Soma Mnemosine

Soma Mnemosine

A production from Teatro La Candelaria

Soma Mnemosine was a performance art piece collectively created and directed by Patricia Ariza that explored the dual manifestation of joy and pain in the humanbody which converges through the bodies of the actors during the party ambience and contextual violence rampant in Colombia today. With themes of recurring entry ways, inevitably arriving through different pathways: individual-personal-body and the social-body, both subjected to the violence but hopelessly seeking refuge inside the celebration as an act of defiance. In Spanish with English subtitles

Oct. 12 & 13, 2017
Intermedia Arts, Minneapolis
In The Heights

In The Heights

A collaborated production with The Ordway Center for Performing Arts

Before Hamilton, there was In the Heights, the universal story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood—a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open, and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music. It’s a community on the brink of change, full of hopes, dreams, and pressures, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions to take with you and which to leave behind.

September 12-24, 2017

Swimming While Drowning

Swimming While Drowning

by Emilio Rodriguez

May 14-19, 2016

Penumbra Theatre

Women of Cuidad Juarez

Women of Cuidad Juarez

By Christina Michaus

Directed and Translated by Jimmy A Noriega

April 22-23, 2016

Penumbra Theatre

Ferdinand the Bull

Ferdinand the Bull

A collaboration with the Minnesota Orchestra

January 13-21, 2016

Minnesota Orchestra Hall

Here’s both drama and music—as The Story of Ferdinand is brought to life by Teatro del Pueblo. This beloved children’s book by Munro Leaf tells the story of a bull who would rather smell flowers than fight in bullfights. Also on the program: the Orchestra performed selections from Bizet’s lively Carmen suite as well as Mozart’s famous Jupiter symphony. Visit the Minnesota Orchestra for details about this fantastic music experience.

Antígonas: Tribunal de Mujeres

Antígonas: Tribunal de Mujeres

Tramaluna Teatro

Presented in collaboration with the Iberoamerican Studies Series

2015

Adultos Mayores

Adultos Mayores

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