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Marketing & Communications Manager
Eugene Symphony Association
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Posted: 01-Nov-21

Location: Eugene, Oregon

Type: Full Time

Salary: $50,000-$60,000

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Communications

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The Marketing & Communications Manager is offered as an exempt full-time permanent position, with occasional nights and weekends required. Salary range offered is between $50,000-$60,000 annually. Benefits offered include health, vision, and dental coverage; three weeks of paid vacation; nine paid holidays plus some schedule flexibility; employer contribution of 3.5% of annual salary into retirement account; sick leave; dedicated professional development resources and sabbatical leave policy; paid parking; and ticket privileges to Eugene Symphony events.
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About Eugene Symphony Association
Now in its 57th season, the Eugene Symphony is widely recognized as a cornerstone of the performing arts in Oregon’s southern Willamette Valley. Under the leadership of Music Director & Conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong and Executive Director Scott Freck, the Eugene Symphony pursues its mission to "enrich lives through the power of music" by presenting annual classical, summer, and community engagement performances, commissioning and premiering new American works, and disseminating its performances via radio broadcasts. Due to restrictions relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, in 2020/21 the Eugene Symphony expanded and adapted its programming to incorporate a wide variety of activities including virtual engagement via its Symphony Soundwaves concert series, private lessons remotely delivered to aspiring young musicians, and small ensemble performances in public spaces through its new SymphonyGO! initiative. A full season of Symphonic series, Family, Youth, and Special concerts is underway for 2021/22. Guided by its Long-Range Plan, first established in 2007 and updated regularly, the Eugene Symphony serves, educates, and develops the widest possible regional audience through it...s programs. Approximately 25,000 community members attend the Eugene Symphony’s classical, family, and special performances each year. Up to an additional 25,000 children, adults, and seniors take part in annual education and community engagement initiatives, including family and youth concerts, in-school ensemble performances, subsidized concert tickets, artist residencies, and pre-concert lectures for adults. Through its annual broadcast series on classical radio KWAX, the Eugene Symphony brings its full season of classical concerts to 45,000 local and worldwide listeners monthly, and recently created a limited-edition radio series on KLCC-FM, the local NPR affiliate. Following an international search that considered more than 250 candidates from over 40 countries, Francesco Lecce-Chong was named the Symphony’s eighth Music Director in April 2017. He succeeds such illustrious predecessors as Marin Alsop, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, and Giancarlo Guerrero, and has a strong passion for audience engagement and equity of access to the Symphony’s programs. He is also the Music Director of the Santa Rosa Symphony in California. The Eugene Symphony is a professional orchestra operating under a collective bargaining agreement which carries through the 2021/22 season, and also supports the Eugene Symphony Chorus. The Eugene Symphony Association is governed by a 32-member Board of Directors and receives support from the volunteer members of the Eugene Symphony Guild; there is an administrative staff of 10 including full-time and part-time employees. A separate group of five Trustees oversees the Eugene Symphony Foundation currently valued at $8.2 million in assets. The Eugene Symphony has an operating budget of $2.97 million for 2021/22 and has a history of financial stability with a trend toward growth. Guided by its Long-Range Plan, first established in 2007 and updated regularly, the Eugene Symphony serves, educates, and develops the widest possible regional audience through its programs. Approximately 25,000 community members attend the Eugene Symphony’s classical, family, and special performances each year. Up to an additional 25,000 children, adults, and seniors take part in annual education and community engagement initiatives, including family and youth concerts, in-school ensemble performances, subsidized concert tickets, artist residencies, and pre-concert lectures for adults. Through its annual broadcast series on classical radio KWAX, the Eugene Symphony brings its full season of classical concerts to 45,000 local and worldwide listeners monthly, and recently created a limited-edition radio series on KLCC-FM, the local NPR affiliate. Following an international search that considered more than 250 candidates from over 40 countries, Francesco Lecce-Chong was named the Symphony’s eighth Music Director in April 2017. He succeeds such illustrious predecessors as Marin Alsop, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, and Giancarlo Guerrero, and has a strong passion for audience engagement and equity of access to the Symphony’s programs. He is also the Music Director of the Santa Rosa Symphony in California. The Eugene Symphony Association is a professional orchestra operating under a collective bargaining agreement which carries through the 2021/22 season, and it also supports the Eugene Symphony Chorus. The Eugene Symphony Association is governed by a 32-member Board of Directors and receives support from the volunteer members of the Eugene Symphony Guild; there is an administrative staff of 10 including full-time and part-time employees. A separate group of five Trustees oversees the Eugene Symphony Foundation currently valued at $8.2 million in assets. The Eugene Symphony has an operating budget of $2.93 million for 2021/22 and has a history of financial stability with a trend toward growth.
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