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Job Offer: Online Content and Community Coordinator


Start date: December 2022

Status: Permanent, year-round position

Starting wage: $20/hour

Schedule: 30 hours/week May through September, 20 hours/week October through April


Working in the POP Montreal office, under the supervision of the Director of Marketing, the Online Content and Community Coordinator will manage and maintain the composition, coordination, and publication of POP Montreal’s online content through its website, its social media channels, its weekly/bi-weekly newsletter and through other digital and printed channels. Includes developing and executing a multi-channel social media strategy, content creation, and engaging with our followers.


●      Compile information for, compose, and send out weekly/bi-weekly online bilingual newsletter through Mailchimp;

●      Manage the POP Montreal website using the CMS (WordPress) in conjunction with our database; update and maintain any necessary information relevant to the festival including show listings, festival dates, ticketing and more.

●      Write, curate, edit and publish all news and editorial content for the POP Montreal website, and for the POP Montreal program, as required;

●      Research music; liaise with label/co-pro showcase producers in order to seek out interesting content; set up and carry out written and/or video recorded interviews with relevant artists;

●      Shoot and edit audiovisual content as needed, before posting publicly (Instagram Reels, TikTok);

●      Create and publicize online playlists featuring POP Montreal artists;

●      Oversee POP Montreal’s social media presence and strategy across platforms in order to build, maintain and engage with our online communities; including (but not limited to) Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, Spotify, Vimeo, Soundcloud;

●      Social media tools including Facebook Business Manager, Facebook Ads Manager, Facebook Insights, Twitter Analytics, Instagram Insights, Hootsuite (or similar);

●      Manage and maintain a social media calendar to proactively schedule and track what should be published and when;

●      Train staff to use POP Montreal’s website, social media accounts, MailChimp, mobile app, and any other online tools as needed;

●      Liaise with and support the Director of Marketing in researching, planning, creating, and executing marketing efforts such as new content series, including video content (funding permitting)


●      Attend weekly or bi-weekly staff meetings as required;

●      Participate in staff evaluations, board meetings and board retreats as required;

●      Represent the organization in a manner consistent with internal principles;

●      Participate in administrative duties including answering telephones, opening mail, office cleaning and general maintenance as required.


●      Excellent writing and communication skills in English and French

●      Has creative copywriting skills, with a passion for thinking outside the box;

●      Demonstrates a good understanding of POP’s visual and textual aesthetic;

●      Has experience managing social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.) for artistic organizations, groups, or companies;

●      Ability to summarize articles from press (or similar) into social media-friendly copy;

●      Has experience with website content management and using WordPress as a CMS;

●      Is very comfortable working with Google Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, and email marketing platforms (preferably MailChimp);

●      Is a strong multi-tasker, can handle multiple moving deadlines in a fast-paced environment, and pays attention to detail;

●      Has a strong interest for contemporary music and art (especially in the Montreal context);

●      Willingness to learn new skills and platforms and pitch in where needed

●      Has basic experience with video-editing and is comfortable with Adobe Premiere, iMovie or similar video editing software (asset)


Please send a CV and cover letter to [email protected] Please do not mail applications or drop them off in person. The application deadline is November 18th.

We encourage Indigenous people, people of colour, people living with disabilities, LGBTQIA+ people, women, and/or members of other groups who are underrepresented in management positions to apply. We are committed to creating an organization as diverse as our audiences. Please note that we will contact only those candidates whom we choose to interview.