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Little Lake is now hiring a

Marketing and Design Associate

To apply: Send letter of interest and a resume to This position will remain posted until filled.


This position is a part time (approx. 20 hours/week) position for 50 weeks a year with weekly compensation of $300. 

Duties include:

  • Assist the AD & MD in creating the marketing plan for each season

  • Design direct mail pieces, including season brochures, postcards, flyers, and potentially fundraising materials

  • Work with the AD & MD to explore and execute advertising opportunities for LLT in all media channels (print, digital, social media, TV/radio, etc) within the annual budget

  • Coordinating the creation of advertisements for LLT, including generating ad copy, creating ad artwork/images, and working with external designers for ads as needed

  • Maintain the LLT website, including annual season updates, building and developing new pages, and ensuring SEO for the entire site

  • Manage LLT social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, or other channels that LLT chooses to use), creating and posting content with real-time guidance from the AD/MD, including pictures, promo videos, and sales/marketing/awareness posts

  • Create the majority of LLT eblasts in LLT’s email client, including creative design, list management, and coordinating the email calendar with the AD/MD; this would include marketing campaigns as well as customer service (pre-show & post-show) emails

  • Maintain and curate LLT’s image library, including photos, logos, videos, and any other digital marketing files for use by all involved and to ensure consistent treatment of LLT’s brand and images

  • Organize and run photo call for all LLT productions, including working with the AD to secure a photographer, coordinating headshots, and updating photo displays in the theater lobby

  • Work with the AD/MD to craft press releases, following up with media contacts, researching new media opportunities, and ensuring recognition for sponsors/partners

  • All other duties as assigned by the AD


  • B.A. in marketing, graphic design, and/or social media management or equivalent

  • Experience in non-profit theatre marketing and design

  • Excellent writing and inter-personal skills

  • Highly computer literate including proficiency with photo editing software, web programming, design software, and databases

  • Ability to collaborate with a team to develop materials and campaigns

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