Website Administrator & Content Creator
Reports to: President & CEO
Location: Washington, DC, remote
Theatre Washington is seeking a Website Administrator & Content Creator, in a contract position, for approximately 10 to 15 hours per week in 2-3 hours per day increments.
They will work remotely, and responsibilities include the following:
- Update theatrewashington.org content with DC-area theatre productions, production teams, events, classes, news and announcements, and graphics, through regular contact with area theatres
- Ensure all information – text and graphics – across the site is accurate and consistently formatted, including in the community-submitted sections of the site.
- Regularly review website pages for consistency and accuracy, and make updates accordingly
- Provide proofreading and technical support to ensure that the website is consistent in appearance and content
- Support social media and email marketing with copywriting and graphic creation, as needed
The ideal candidate will be organized to accomplish tasks, attentive to written detail, and have a working knowledge of how websites function—understanding of the #DCTheatre community and good communication is a big plus. Experience with Drupal and Canva is favorable but not required.
Interested applicants can submit a resume and a cover note describing their interest in and qualifications for this role, emphasizing any of the qualities outlined in the description by emailing email@example.com. This is a rolling process. Early applications are encouraged.
Theatre Washington provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for contractual employment. It prohibits discrimination and harassment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.
About Theatre Washington
Theatre Washington is an alliance of theatre organizations, theatre-makers, and theatre supporters that promotes and nurtures a creative, equitable, healthy, and diverse regional theatre community. Through partnerships and programs, we support the Washington, DC region’s professional theatre community to celebrate artistic achievement, strengthen the theatrical workforce, support institutional growth and advancement, and cultivate collective action.
Theatre Washington was established in 1984 to recognize excellence in regional theatre through the Helen Hayes Awards. Over time, the organization has expanded its mission to meet the evolving needs of the region’s growing cultural community. The annual Helen Hayes Awards continues to celebrate artistic achievements, and the growth of other programming has enabled Theatre Washington to become the service and partner organization for the region’s theatre community, advocating for theatre-makers, attracting audiences, and supporting the needs of more than 60 professional theatres throughout our region.
Theatre Washington is committed to using its platform and resources to address theatre’s structural and institutional barriers that have prevented marginalized communities from being fully welcomed, appreciated, and celebrated. We seek to embody anti-racist and anti-oppression values by working with our institutional partners to center the voices our field has heard the least. We are examining how we work internally and as a field to ensure that Washington, DC area theatre is an example of how an equitable and inclusive arts community can uplift an entire region.