The Brno Philharmonic is hiring for the position of Marketing Manager

8 November 2021, 1:00
The Brno Philharmonic is hiring for the position of Marketing Manager

Interested candidates can apply for the post of Marketing Manager until Sunday 14 November 2021. The anticipated start date for this position is January next year.

The job includes participation in the creation of marketing strategies, their continuous evaluation and budget control, management of the Brno Philharmonic website and social media pages of festivals organized by the Brno Philharmonic, commissioning graphic designs for individual campaigns (outdoor/advertising/web banners etc.), translation of rather short texts into English. Ensuring the PR and Marketing Department office activities run as appropriate (preparing purchase orders, checking invoices/contracts, etc.). Please for more details contact Kateřina Konečná: telephone: +420 775 426 040.

Salary shall be set as per Act No. 262/2006 Coll., the Labour Code, as amended, and Government Regulation No. 341/2017 Coll., on the conditions of salary of employees in public services and administration, as amended (Pay Grade 11).

Qualifications and requirements:

  • Secondary education with a final exam certificate as a minimum
  • Well-oriented in social media and new media trends
  • Well-oriented in the field of marketing with an emphasis on culture
  • Excellent written and verbal English language skills
  • Excellent communication skills, flexibility, activity, creativity
  • PC skills (MS Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • No entry in criminal record

Further advantages:

  • Experience in media and marketing
  • Experience using WordPress
  • Experience processing photographs and videos
  • Knowledge of German language

Start date and time equivalent:  From 1 January 2022, or by agreement, 0.5 FTE/part-time job (the position is a substitute for a person on a maternity leave).

Written applications with a brief CV and a letter of motivation of up to 2,022 characters should be sent electronically by 14 November 2021 (inclusive) to:

roman.furle@filharmonie-brno.cz

or via mail to:

Brno Philharmonic, contributory organisation (Filharmonie Brno, příspěvková organizace)

Komenského náměstí 534/8, Brno 602 00, Czech Republic 

Concert Hall of the Besední dům / Photograph: BF archives

Concert Hall of the Besední dům / Photograph: BF archives

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