Apollo’s Fire seeks an experienced and energetic arts administrator to serve as the Director of
Marketing, Communications, & Administration (DMCA). The 2021-22 Season marks the 30th
Anniversary Season of Apollo’s Fire, the launch of a new “Windy City Residency” (expansion into a 2nd market), 3 commercial CD releases, and a return to Carnegie Hall.
This is a full-time, senior management position that reports to the Executive Director and works in collaboration with General Manager, Artistic Director, and CFO. The DMCA is the direct supervisor of all marketing and front of house staff (3 part-time employees in the office plus hourly FOH assistants at concerts).
An integral part of Apollo’s Fire’s administration, the DMCA is responsible for:
-Setting and reaching the organization’s earned income/ticket sales goals for the
Northeast Ohio home series, the Chicago mini-series, and the Worldwide Watch-atHome series;
-Strengthening AF’s brand at the local, national, and international levels;
-Supervising the box office staff and overseeing all sales operations (tickets, to include
Group Sales, Playbill ad sales and CDs/merchandise);
-Creating and implementing the annual marketing budget and calendar;
-Ensuring that AF’s website remains updated at all times (provide info to the Director of
-Providing key data and analysis to inform future marketing plans;
-Creating new initiatives that will expand and diversify audiences.
The DMCA will also work closely with the General Manager, sharing responsibilities in the area of business operations, and with AF’s Education Specialist on creating and building community relationships via AF’s Community Access Initiative
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