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We're Hiring a Marketing Coordinator

Updated: Mar 20, 2023

Updated: 3/20/2023


Are you a passionate mountain biker, with solid marketing and event planning chops, and share our goal to keep improving Missoula's riding options? If you answered in the affirmative, then we hope you'll consider applying for this job.


Title: Marketing Coordinator

Time: 20 - 25 hours per week

Salary: $20/hr. Non-Exempt

Start date: Late March 2023

Compensation/Performance Review: Annually


About MTB Missoula

We are Missoula, Montana’s voice for mountain biking and have been expanding Missoula’s riding options since 2010. Our mission is to promote and create mountain biking opportunities in Missoula and surrounding areas through trail building, stewardship, outreach and advocacy. We routinely contract with land managers to perform new trail construction and maintenance on public lands surrounding Missoula.


Our Vision

We envision a Missoula where mountain bikers are the most thoughtful, informed, and engaged group of users on the trail. We envision a progressive, forward-looking trail system that connects Western Montana communities; bike-specific trails on public land; and land management that embraces mountain biking as a trusted partner and valuable presence. We envision a future in which local leaders understand and invest in trails-based recreation, and where our work will provide benefits well beyond our membership. Quite simply, we envision a Missoula made better by trails.


Primary Responsibilities

The Marketing Coordinator will provide services related to growing and sustaining our membership base through a combination of communications, membership system management, and special events execution. Other administrative and supportive duties may be occasionally assigned.


Responsibility breakdown:

Communications (~ 30% of time)

  • Work closely with MTB Missoula staff and committees to implement public relations strategy across multiple platforms

  • Prepare monthly e-newsletters and other email communications on special events and engagement opportunities

  • Develop social media strategy and manage social media accounts to highlight projects and programs, and engage with the community

  • Produce content such as media releases, blog posts, and photo/video to promote MTB Missoula’s programs and projects

Membership system management (~ 30% of time)

  • Implement the membership management plan as prepared by the Membership Task Force with the goal to:

    • Increase the number of annual memberships

    • Maintain the membership database

    • Manage membership benefits and donor gifts

  • Monitor general inbox and correspond with members regarding questions on membership status

Event planning (~ 40% of time)

  • Coordinate planning and execution for MTB Missoula’s community events such as the Mullet Classic, Bike Ball and annual member meeting

  • Assist with volunteer coordination and management at MTB Missoula events


Skills and Experience

An organized, highly detailed, systems-driven individual is best suited for this position. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are needed along with an outgoing personality. We are a small organization – a willingness to be flexible and stretch your skillset is critical.


Understanding or demonstrated aptitude for:

  • Communication strategy and public relations best practices

  • Social media admin

  • Content creation

  • Event planning

  • Database management

  • Email marketing

  • Website admin

  • Software: Canva, Mailchimp, Instagram/Facebook, photo editing, website content management systems, Little Green Light or similar donor CRM program


Schedule

Based out of MTB Missoula’s office with flexibility in working days. Average of 20 hours per week with variation around big events. Some evening and weekend work required.


Application Process

Provide resume and cover letter as a single PDF packet to: john@mtbmissoula.org

Application review will begin during the week of Feb. 20th and continue until the position is filled.


MTB Missoula is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity on our staff and board, and are making conscious efforts for our organization to better reflect our community. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.




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