The Museum of Tolerance is seeking a Digital Marketing/Social Media professional looking to join an innovative team of mission-driven individuals who thrive working in a fast-paced environment.He/she must possess excellent communication, administrative and organizational skills, value attention to detail, a “will-do” attitude; as well as being enthusiastic, personable and adept to managing multiple time sensitive projects simultaneously.


  • Social Media posting and management of all channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Yelp, and other social networking mediums for the Museum of Tolerance
  • Staying current with digital trends and advocate for implementation of best practices including emerging technologies to drive online membership
  • Formatting, uploading and general content management of the Museum of Tolerance website, ensuring that all content is vetted, reviewed and approved in advance of deadlines
  • Effectively manage the scheduling, strategy and development of eblasts to the Museum constituency, including analytic reporting
  • This position reports to the Communications Director


  • Have a Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, journalism or related fields, with a minimum of 1 year of relevant work experience (either agency or brand)
  • Are proficient in Social Media platforms (i.e. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.) Can work in a very busy museum environment with many demands while maintaining poise and professionalism
  • Can work in a very busy museum environment with many demands while maintaining poise and professionalism
  • Possess a self-starting attitude, be ready to seize opportunities and make an impact without specific instruction
  • Have a working knowledge of email and social media marketing best practices
  • Have experience working with Blackbaud’s Luminate software, or with other HTML and with other website CMS platforms
  • Understand Facebook Insights, Google Analytics and other analytics platforms, as well as Partner vendors (couponing, webinars, social monitoring providers, etc.)
  • Have excellent organizational and written communication skills, proofreading and editing skills.
  • Have basic graphic design skills (i.e. PhotoShop, Adobe Illustrator, etc.)
  • Appreciate and are enthusiastic about effective community engagement in a social justice framework
  • Are able to multi-task, handle requests from multiple sources and determine priorities as well as order of completion
  • Spot industry news and trends and share with the team
  • Flexible and willing to perform other reasonable duties as requested by the Communications Director.

40 hours/week; Monday – Friday (includes evening events and occasional Sundays)

Benefits Included

Equal Opportunity Employer

Qualified applicants please email cover letter and resume to

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