HIT: Jo Turner and Helen Christinson, Demetrios Sirilas, Phillip Blackman and Katia Molino with Shenton Gregory and Greg Sheehan in last year's Norpa production Railway Wonderland.
HIT: Jo Turner and Helen Christinson, Demetrios Sirilas, Phillip Blackman and Katia Molino with Shenton Gregory and Greg Sheehan in last year's Norpa production Railway Wonderland. Marc Stapelberg

Norpa is looking for a marketing whiz

NORTHERN Rivers Performing Arts (Norpa) is looking for a new Marketing Manager to join their ranks.

The job ad, published last January 12, offers the role as a part time position.

Norpa General Manager Patrick Healy said it's an exciting time to join the company.

"The Marketing Manager joins Norpa at an exciting time in the organisation's development. Norpa has enjoyed significant success with locally produced productions such as Railway Wonderland while also enjoying national and international recognition," said Mr Healy.

The Norpa Marketing Manager will be responsible for developing and managing the company's marketing, community engagement, and communications strategies.

The role is responsible for:

  • promoting Norpa as the premier theatre company in regional Australia;
  • maintaining and growing subscription and single ticket audiences to Norpa productions and events; and
  • promoting Lismore City Hall,the Northern Rivers' primary cultural hub, for audiences and hirers.

Previously, Norpa's marketing has been looked after collectively by small hard-working team including Clare McGregor (Marketing & Publicity), Megan Louis (Marketing & Design) and Sam Hall (Marketing & Education).

Norpa management confirmed all of them will be staying on at the company, concentrating on their specific roles within the team and supporting the new Marketing Manager.

Applications close this Sunday.

Click here to see the job ad.



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