Job Posted July 12, 2022.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with an application deadline of July 27.
Remote position, open to candidates who reside in the following states: Massachusetts, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and/or New York.

Position Summary: 

Design Museum Everywhere is looking for a digital savvy storyteller to be a full-time Marketing and Communications Associate to manage our strategic communications and marketing efforts. The Marketing and Communications Associate will be responsible for increasing public awareness of the museum and our work, growing our audiences, and linking these efforts to revenue opportunities in partnership with the rest of the staff and in alignment with our mission. The position reports directly to the Executive Director. 

Successful candidates will demonstrate a passion for advancing equity in design, visual storytelling, social media, and the museum’s mission to bring the transformative power of design everywhere. While not required, graphic design experience, particularly in designing collateral material for web and print is a plus.

Core Responsibilities 

  • Promote museum programs and events, including creating events on Eventbrite, putting content on our website, sending invitations to partners, and following up with attendees.
  • Develop compelling content for social media, the e-newsletter, and the website.
  • Monitor, engage, and post on the museum’s social media channels (Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook). 
  • Create paid and earned media campaigns (social media, retargeting, etc.), and monitor and adapt as necessary. 
  • Follow urgent issues and trends across the design fields and the museum’s twelve impact areas and work with the Executive Director to draft statements and/or connect our community to museum resources as applicable. 
  • Manage content calendar, working closely with staff on their programmatic updates, to ensure a strategic distribution of content and marketing resources. 
  • Write and post blog posts, event listings, and program announcements on the museum’s website using WordPress.
  • Help to ensure clear visual messaging/branding on website and collateral material.
  • Identity and reach out to organizations to be community partners. 
  • Draft and send press releases when necessary; maintain a press list. 


  • Passion for nonprofit digital marketing, communications, and design. 
  • At least 2 years of related experience, and a demonstrated ability to adapt writing styles to fit different audiences and platforms.
  • A demonstrated commitment to anti-racist practices in marketing, communications, and storytelling.
  • Knowledgeable about social media best practices, particularly in the arts and/or nonprofit sectors. 
  • Experience with the following tools/processes: Google Docs, Social Media channels (Instagram/Facebook/LinkedIn/Twitter), Notion.
  • Collaborative spirit, and experience working across departments and with external stakeholders and community members. 


  • Begin ASAP
  • Full-time: Monday-Friday, hours are generally 9-5 ET. 
  • Remote position, and open to candidates to the following states where the museum is a registered employer: Massachusetts, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and/or New York. Staff will work together in-person for one week each year. 
  • Salary range: $40,000-$43,000/year
  • Benefits include: 401k, Paid Time Off, 14-15 paid company holidays per year, Health/Vision/and Dental Insurance, Bonus program, Parental/Paid Family Sick leave

About Design Museum Everywhere

Design Museum Everywhere is a new kind of museum: online, nomadic, and accessible to all. Instead of a single museum location, we pop-up in places where people already go, and produce high-quality media experiences to support our mission to bring the transformative power of design everywhere. We believe design can change the world; done well, it can elevate our quality of life, make businesses more competitive, and protect our environment. We inspire people by showing what’s possible through public exhibitions and events, as well as our magazine, podcast, and online content. We educate people — from kids to CEOs — to become creative problem solvers using the design process. And we transform, using design to take action and make change, demonstrating its impact.

Our vision: Accessibility: Design is for everyone. Design is everywhere, so are we. We’re online and we pop-up in places all over to engage as many people as possible. And we’re committed to improving the gender and racial diversity of the design field. Improvement: Design solves problems. We are entrepreneurial and flexible, we are not constrained by existing approaches, we start with real-world problems and we’re committed to using design for the greater good. Community: Design is collaborative. We are a participatory museum, meaning there are many ways for individuals to not only enjoy our programming and content, but to be part of it as well. We’re collaborative and community-focused.

We know there are great candidates who may not fit into what we’ve described above, or who have skills we haven’t thought of. If that’s you, don’t hesitate to apply and tell us about yourself. We are committed to diversity and building an inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and ages. We especially encourage women, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, LGBTQ+ people, and people with disabilities to apply. 

Learn about our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion values and goals.

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Maria Villafranca, Interim Executive Director, via the application portal.