The Creative Team at MoMA brings together specialists in marketing, content, editorial, design, and digital product development to identify new ways to bring the Museum’s mission and message to life and to build and sustain meaningful relationships with new and existing audiences globally. Through this work, we create moments that support our mission statement and support the financial sustainability of MoMA by strengthening the earned revenue streams of the Museum.
We are currently accepting applications for a Content Producer to join our Creative Team. Reporting to the Editorial Manager, Content, the Content Producer plays a vital role on the Creative Team, working with colleagues across MoMA to develop and produce compelling stories for a wide variety of multimedia projects on moma.org. This role is ideal for someone with a fluency in media and editorial platforms, an interest in modern art, and a desire to create compelling digital narratives for a diverse and international audience.
Additional responsibilities include:
- Working with the Managing Editor and Editorial Manager and other colleagues on the Creative Team, participates in the planning of the Museum’s content program and strategy. Makes, executes and exercises independent judgment about content and programming strategy, policies and practices
- Works with colleagues across Curatorial, Education, Conservation, Archives, etc. to imagine and produce exciting stories around MoMA’s collection and exhibitions for MoMA’s online Magazine and website.
- Supervises internal/external project teams
- Conducts research and stays aware of current digital editorial possibilities to develop new programs and initiatives.
- Manages the workflow of individual content initiatives as assigned, including budget, timelines, releases, and rights, to create and produce creative and impactful content.
- Works closely with colleagues across MoMA on audio projects, including the production of a podcast, and helps to manage our Spotify and Soundcloud accounts.
- Serves as active producer/correspondent for individual content projects, including writing and researching as relevant and/or participating in other ways (conducting interviews, hosting audio, etc.).
- Develops and writes scripts and narratives as needed for various MoMA productions.
- Works closely with the Digital Media team to ensure product/content integration and performance across moma.org platforms.
- Performs any other duties reasonably related to the functions described above.
- Bachelor’s degree and five + years progressive experience with proven track record of multimedia content production in the cultural sector.
- Strong knowledge of the arts preferred.
- Strong audio interview and editing (software) skills a plus.
- Fluency in Adobe Creative Suites (particularly Photoshop) a plus.
- Excellent researching, reporting, writing, and editing skills.
- Familiarity with workflow for print and digital publications, video and audio production; and with multimedia formats, Web standards, and project management.
- Basic CMS knowledge a plus.
- Detail-oriented with excellent analytical and presentation skills.
- Able to work well within a team, and to build relationships and consensus.
- Fully vaccinated with a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and/or the World Health Organization authorized vaccine (or approved for an exemption as a reasonable accommodation due to a qualified disability or sincerely held religious belief or other legal basis).
Application instructions: To apply, please visit MoMA Jobs. Applicants should submit a resume and a statement of interest.
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