Join the Clark's communications team to manage and develop digital content for 
one of the region's most dynamic institutions.

The digital content editor oversees and updates the Clark's website content on 
a daily basis; works to enhance the Clark's search engine optimization; creates 
video and still images to feed digital media platforms; manages daily posts to 
the Clark's social media platforms; develops new materials for the Clark's 
blog; coordinates messages, calendars, and schedules across on-site digital 
platforms; works collaboratively on digital advertising; oversees the Google 
adwords account; and collaborates with other departments to generate new 
materials and content for all platforms. Other duties include benchmarking and 
evaluation of all social media platforms; reporting on effectiveness of digital 
campaigns; and support for other functions within the Clark's Marketing and 
Communications Department.

College degree required, preferably in marketing, journalism, advertising, 
public relations, or communications. Must be a people person - eager and 
interested in connecting to the Clark's visitors, online audiences, staff, and 
visiting scholars in order to produce lively content for a variety of 
platforms. Must be willing to work flexible hours, including weekends and 
evenings. Photography and basic video skills necessary. Must have strong 
computer skills, experience managing social media platforms, and knowledge of 
basic photo and video editing programs. Excellent writing skills a must. If 
you're detail-oriented, able to juggle multiple daily work assignments, able to 
produce high-quality work on constant deadline cycle, and able to learn new 
processes and programs quickly to adapt to changing technology, then you're our 
kind of person! Knowledge of the Clark's various database programs, including 
Kentico, Raiser's Edge, Counterpoint, and Outbound is a plus, but ability to 
learn and master these programs is a necessity.

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, resume, salary 
requirements, and the names of three professional references via e-mail to or mail to Human Resources, Clark Art Institute, 
225 South Street, Williamstown, MA  01267. The Clark is an equal opportunity 

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