Want to join a team of socially engaged, highly motivated artists and writers?  We are looking to fill two very important roles, Events Programmer and Promotions Manager. Please read the role descriptions (posted below) and if this sounds like something you’d love to do, send us your resume!
EVENTS PROGRAMMER
The role of the Events Coordinator is to maintain quarterly calendar of and oversee all Apogee events, including open mics, featured readings, staff readings, launch parties, and annual benefit. Draft event night-of timeline, secure (or helps to secure) venue, stay in contact with venue and readers, staff events, assure A/V setup and refreshments (if applicable). Run or delegate running of events.
Collaborate with Executive Editor on budgets for events. Collaborate with Promotions Manager for publicizing events.

If you are interested in being considered for the position, please email editors@apogeejournal.org by January 7th, 2016 with the following items:

*A Resume or CV

* A cover letter that answers the following questions:

    *What do you believe makes a literary event successful?

    * What previous experience can you bring to this position?

    *Are you familiar with the mission of Apogee Journal? Why are you interested in working with us?

PROMOTIONS MANAGER

The Promotions Manager works to develop events opportunities for Apogee, including book fairs, panel discussions, and open mics;  make contact with other like-minded journals; and promote the brand of the journal to outside individuals and institutions including presses, educational institutions, and literary organizations. Manages Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts, promotes events, promotes Apogee blog content, and builds a base of followers. The Promotions Manager should have a broad knowledge of the current literary landscape, including literary journals, blogs, authors and relevant media outlets.

If you are interested in being considered for the position, please email editors@apogeejournal.org by January 7th, 2016 with the following items:

*A Resume or CV

* A cover letter that answers the following questions:

    *Which institutions and organizations do you think Apogee could benefit from building a stronger relationship with?

    * What previous experience can you bring to this position? And how engaged in Social Media are you currently?

    *Are you familiar with the mission of Apogee Journal? Why are you interested in working with us?

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