McCord Museum is seeking a Marketing-Communications officer

The McCord Museum is seeking a Marketing-Communications Officer, Public Relations. 

Reporting to the Head, Communications, the Marketing-Communications Officer, Public Relations, participates in the Museum’s various communication programs and activities. This individual conducts media relations, organizes exhibition openings and media events, produces communication tools, and assures the promotion of the McCord Museum’s products and services.

Roles and Responsibilities Media Relations

.Write press releases and promotional texts on the Museum’s products and services

.Identify and capture opportunities for media coverage

.Establish and maintain all media relations (respond to queries, update media database, monitor track sheet, seek out new contacts)

.Prepare press kits and all other promotional material intended for the media

. Organize various events: media tours, press conferences, tapings, and openings (prepare scenarios and speaking notes and participate in

. Prepare press reviews (daily search, clippings, assembly, classification)

. Ensure online media monitoring

For details on the McCord Museum, please consult the McCord website: Although we thank all applicants for their interest, only selected candidates will be called for an interview.

Applications for the position will be accepted until Monday, March 17, 2014. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by email with a letter of intent and curriculum vitae. A mention of reference #201403 should be included in the subject header. Forward to Lucie Beaupré, Senior Officer, Human Resources, at or at 2175 Victoria St., Montreal, QC H3A 2A3


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