Music Jobs

PR Manager

This role will be responsible for media relations, writing, editorial, social media and general promotion of CU Presents (including the Artist Series, Eklund Opera, Holiday Festival, Takács Quartet, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, College of Music and Department of Theatre and Dance events), as well as all public relations needs of the College of Music. As a PR Manager, you will implement public relations plans, write stories, edit publications, oversee social media efforts, and manage website content. This position reports to the Director of Marketing and Public Relations, and works collaboratively with the Assistant Director for Web Communications who generates and manages content for the College of Music as well as the Publications Manager and Marketing Manager.

Marketing and Public Relations Internship

The marketing internship is available this summer; this particular position is most suited for someone with a knack for writing and/or editing, and who is interested in learning about the many steps that go into creating and distributing in-house publications, such as posters, program book and newspaper inserts, flyers, and more. This position will also help maintain the AMFS website’s calendar of events and have the opportunity to pitch ideas and create content for AMFS social media accounts throughout the summer.

Assistant Professor, Musical Theatre

The Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre’s responsibilities will include teaching theatre and/or musical theatre courses, movement, voice, acting and technique courses, as well as courses that can support the entire theatre program, depending on the candidate’s teaching qualifications and abilities. Direct and/or choreograph one production per year. Provide production supervision of theatre/music theatre students for productions. Candidates will be expected to speak and understand common vocabulary among theatre artisans (lighting terminology and theatrical practices). Candidates will be expected to participate in the shared governance of the department, support curriculum development, recruit and mentor theatre students, contribute towards the operation and development of an active production season, and advance the reputation and visibility of the University nationally and internationally. Advancement at Colorado State University requires ongoing professional activity, engaged scholarship and creative artistry, effective teaching and advising, and departmental and university service.

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