Cleveland Institute of Art Now Hiring FT Director of Cinematheque, PT Design-Area Studio Technician

The Cleveland Institute of Art is now hiring.

The Cleveland Institute of Art is one of the nation’s leading accredited independent colleges of art and design. Since 1882, the college has been an educational cornerstone in Cleveland, Ohio, producing graduates competitive as studio artists, designers, photographers, contemporary craftspeople, and educators.  With approximately 600 students, CIA offers a personal educational experience with the benefits of a larger institution. Students choose from 13 majors and live and work in Cleveland’s University Circle, one of the country’s most unique cultural centers – recently named by USA Today as the “Best Arts District” in the country.

The mission of CIA is to cultivate creative leaders who inspire people, strengthen communities, and contribute to a thriving and sustainable economy through an innovative education in art and design.

For a full list of open positions, click here.

Position: Director of Cinematheque

The Director will be responsible for operations and programming presenting a global selection of specialty films to the public and the CIA community. Building on Cinematheque’s legacy of introducing trailblazing films, and CIA’s rich history of art and design education, the Director will be expected to expand and enhance Cinematheque’s influence on its communities. This position is well suited to an individual who thrives when working among creative people. Candidates who are motivated to connect with a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community are encouraged to apply. The new Director will have strong leadership and management skills, a deep knowledge of film and the industry, excellent communication, networking, fundraising skills, and outstanding interpersonal skills. In addition to providing oversight of the staff and operations, this individual should be prepared to roll up their sleeves as needed, to get the job done. Academic credentials in the field will be a plus, with the consideration to teach film to both degree-seeking students and participants in continuing education programs a possibility. Basically, you gotta love film!

A successful candidate should be a film lover who has a passion for the creative process and appreciates the power of film. You will require an in-depth knowledge of the film business, film history, and aesthetics. This deep knowledge of film, the industry, and film history comes through work or other experience –possibly including academia. You’ll have the background and credibility to speak for the Cinematheque and the CIA among filmmakers, the media, and others in the industry. This level of knowledge and skills can be acquired through a graduate degree and/or undergraduate studies in film or a closely related field. An exceptional knowledge of film history and aesthetics, and significant years of experience in the film business (e.g., film programming, motion picture promotion, theatre operation, grant writing) will be balanced against such academic credentials.

We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized or underrepresented in art and higher education and who will contribute to the breadth and diversity of our community.


Position: Studio Technician Design

The Cleveland Institute of Art is seeking a qualified individual to fill a Part-Time Studio Technician position in the Design area. Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Faculty and Academic Affairs, the Studio Technician supports the upkeep of the Design facilities, equipment, and supply inventory while supporting the Design programs.
Broad working knowledge of design processes, materials, and equipment is essential.
This position is part time benefits eligible. The successful candidate works during the Academic Year and is only scheduled between the months of August and May. 

Join the Near West Theatre Crew

Near West Theatre is now hiring crew for any show in their season.

Learn how to backstage operations work, while building your community network.

Crew provides critical backstage magic. That table? A crew member placed it. His special effects makeup? They created it. Those faces that you see? They’re lighting them! NWT’s crew varies from show to show, but one thing that remains is each group’s dedication to making all of the technical aspects come to life.

One of the awesome parts about NWT’s community is this: many of our actors spend time helping out with crew when they are not in shows. This means our participants are getting a well-rounded theatre experience, both onstage and off!

Roles Include:

  • Assistant Stage Manager
  • Spotlight Operators
  • Props Assistants
  • Wardrobe Assistants
  • Makeup Assistants

These opportunities are open to ages 13 and up, and the commitment begins two weeks before the run of a show, and continues through closing night.


Kent State University Now Hiring: Senior Theatre Specialist – Lighting & Sound

Kent State University now seeking a Senior Theatre Specialist – Lighting & Sound.

Job Title: Senior Theatre Specialist – Lighting & Sound
Physical Location: Kent Campus, Kent, OH
Salary: $41,114 – $51,183

Basic Function: Provide technical/electrical coordination and support for the School of Theatre and Dance and Porthouse, Wright-Curtis, Stump and Black Box Theatres and programs. Reports to Director, School of Theatre and Dance.

Advanced Basic Function – if applicable: The School of Theatre and Dance invites an engaging and collaborative individual to join a creative staff and faculty for a 12-month staff position in Lighting and Sound on or around November 15, 2023. The school produces approximately nine productions annually including Porthouse Theatre, Kent State University’s professional summer theatre.

Example of Duties:

Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • Manage production lighting and sound rigging, focus, and strikes for School of Theatre and Dance and Porthouse Theatre productions.
  • Oversee the installation, repair and maintenance of stage lighting and sound equipment for School of Theatre and Dance and Porthouse Theatre.
  • Oversee and coordinate lighting and sound budgets. Order and maintain an inventory stock of consumable electric and sound supplies.
  • Oversee the repair and maintenance of stage lighting systems and/or consult with outside vendors.
  • Attend production meetings, necessary rehearsals, technical rehearsals, additional work calls, and strikes.
  • Provide technical support for other events and activities scheduled in theatre facilities (e.g., concerts, lectures, etc.).
  • Contribute to the mentorship of undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Work closely with all Design, Technology, and Production faculty and staff.
  • Supervise students in practicums and student employees.
  • Perform related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Theatre or related field and two years’ professional experience in theatrical lighting or sound.
A combination of education and experience equivalent to six years in theatrical lighting or sound.


Cleveland Play House Now Hiring – FT, PT Positions

Cleveland Play House

The Cleveland Play House (CPH) is currently hiring for multiple positions.

See this page for full job descriptions and application instructions.

CPH is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment, and applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, disability status, marital or familial status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. CPH is on a journey to become an anti-racist theatre that actively promotes equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Associate Lighting Supervisor

Cleveland Play House (CPH) is seeking an Associate Lighting Supervisor to join the production team.

This position traditionally works Monday-Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. with occasional evenings/weekends to support the tech/preview process as determined by Lighting Supervisor.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assist the Lighting Supervisor (LS) in all aspects of planning and preparing the installation of the Light Plot for all CPH shows, CPH/CWRU MFA shows and special events.
  • Supervise IATSE crew during all work calls; including prep, hang, focus, notes, and strike.
  • Work with LS to create daily work note lists.
  • Train and coach followspot operators, as needed for production.
  • Maintain current updated equipment inventories.
  • Configure MIDI show control to network control signal from EOS to audio/video consoles.
  • Professionally represent Cleveland Play House to outside personnel including visiting artists, and patrons.
  • Maintain a safe and healthy work environment.
  • Attend and participate in all assigned staff training sessions, department meetings, show-specific trainings and potential committee or affinity groups within the organization.


Creative Community Builder Job Description

The Creative Community Builder will play an integral role in building a just community in partnership with community members and key stakeholders through theatre and arts education. The Creative Community Builder will create a conducive environment for people to come together to create, develop, and grow. They act as a conduit for people to identify existing cultural and creative assets and leverage them for community revitalization and change.

The Creative Community Builder also advocates for historically marginalized community members by stewarding and evaluating strategic partnerships engineered to remove barriers that hinder a more equitable arts and education community.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Work closely with the Director of Community Development to strategically develop the community builder’s initiative within a mutually identified community.
  • Act as an advocate in internal and external spaces for all community-based programming at CPH including but not limited to meetings, board events, conferences, public events, and speaking
  • Work closely with the Director of Community Development to develop and realize program(s) goals, and advocate for the community identified by:
    • Meeting with community groups or individuals to understand what is most important to them and develop action plans together.
    • Supporting community members’ ideas and concepts for justice work in the greater
    • Creating and curating theatre-focused programming initiatives.
    • Participating in conversations with community leaders to plan a shared response to a social issue or develop a theatre project.
    • Teaching and facilitating art-based learning through a social justice lens.
    • Engaging community members to participate in art creation, theatre-education classes, volunteer opportunities, and workforce development experiences.
    • Participating in grassroots fundraising efforts that led to project sustainability.
    • Training community members in leadership development and organizing skills.
    • Planning and generating turnout for community-centered
    • Connecting community members with theatre opportunities at Cleveland Play House and beyond.


Teaching Artist Job Description

Cleveland Play House’s mission is to inspire, stimulate and entertain diverse audiences across Northeast Ohio by producing plays and theatre education programs of the highest professional standards.

We believe in the importance of theatre education to the well-being of young people and the community that is its mission to serve. We use it as a tool to bond community with community; to bolster our knowledge of ourselves and others; to amplify our artistic awareness as participants and practitioners.

A main curriculum focus for our Teaching Artists is Cleveland Play House’s CARE Program. CARE is a theatre education program that draws on lessons from social-emotional learning theories, trauma-informed care, and evidence-based literacy learning for students in grades K-8. It uses theatre techniques and exercises to help students develop empathy and broaden their understanding of each other and the world around them, empowering them with valuable tools that can be applied throughout their lives.

Responsibilities include:

  • Promoting and Modeling CPH’s educational pedagogy: Creating an anti-racist, safe, positive and trauma-informed school that is culturally competent and creative.
  • Teaching (direct instruction, planning and implementation) in CARE and theatre enrichment programming.
  • Document weekly fidelity reporting and attendance logs.
  • Create and maintain positive school culture in collaboration with school staff. This includes, but is not limited to:
    • Attend school meetings and trainings as necessary.
    • Assist in leading professional development sessions for school staff.
    • Correspond appropriately with school staff.
    • Attend special events with the school community.
    • Assist in facilitating students’ access to professional theatre opportunities at Cleveland Play House or elsewhere.
  • Cover for other Teaching Artists’ absences as needed.
  • Support the creation and implementation of enrichment programming and ongoing curriculum development. Including Cleveland Play House’s summer theatre programming.
  • Participate in CPH’s educational and artistic programs and trainings as required.

Responsibilities include:

  • Exhibit a strong commitment to working with educators and young people
  • Understanding of trauma-informed care and practices.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills; strong interpersonal skills.
  • Teaching experience with diverse age groups in an urban educational setting is a plus.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously; strong attention to detail. Culturally aware and experienced incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion best practices across all platforms.
  • Ability to collect and analyze information, solve problems, and make decisions


Out of School Time (OST) Coordinator Job Description

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Out of School Time Learning, the OST Coordinator will be responsible for the operational success of the Afterschool Program at assigned site. With input from the school community (including youth), the OST Coordinator will ensure quality implementation in the ongoing development, delivery, evaluation and dissemination of their site-specific OST program.

In conversation with school community and Director of Out of School Time Learning, the OST Coordinator’s responsibilities include:

  • Develop and implement strategies to create a robust volunteer program including but not limited to the recruitment, registration, job descriptions and assignments and data collection.
  • Develop and implement strategies to create a robust partnership program that provides a variety of resources to the OST programs.
  • Research, develop and implement evidence-based out-of-school time programs aligned to school goals and OST requirements.
  • Research, develop and implement funding opportunities to grow and sustain OST programming.
  • Work with Director of OST and school community to develop objective performance measurements for sites, to ensure consistent, high-quality evaluation and goal setting for all employees, program partners and volunteers.
  • Fill in as needed for OST Coordinators at the schools for sick days and any pre-arranged days off
  • Track all pertinent data relating to the outcomes of OST programming (student attendance, student performance, etc.) as required by the specific contracts and grants.
  • Participate and support all Family and Community Events as required by the specific contracts and Grants.
  • Act as an advocate in public spaces for all OST programming at CPH including but not limited to conferences, public events and speaking events.


Out of School Time (OST) Assistant Job Description

The OST Assistant with aide the OST Coordinator in daily program facilitation including tracking attendance, supporting program partners, tutors and club leaders, meal service, dismissal procedures and student transitions.


  • Assist the OST Coordinator with supervising groups and activities
  • Supervise students utilizing excellent behavior management skills during afterschool
  • Be present with students and knowledgeable about their needs at all times
  • Conduct a daily check-in with OST Coordinator to discuss concerns and solutions
  • Facilitate and assist community partners with afterschool programming
  • Make sure that OST Program is set up and ready for students and partners to arrive each day (this may include moving furniture, setting up supplies, and reorganizing the rooms for the following school day)
  • Assist in completing all forms and reports so that all incidents and actions are properly documented whenever necessary
  • Stay on-site to ensure that all students are picked up after programming dismissal and follow appropriate protocols for students who are not picked up on time


Playhouse Square: PT Positions

Playhouse Square is now hiring for multiple positions.

Playhouse Square a not-for-profit performing arts center whose mission is presenting and producing a wide variety of quality performing arts, advancing arts education and creating a destination that is a superior location for entertainment, business and residential living, thereby strengthening the economic vitality of the region.

For a complete list of job openings, click here.

If you are interested in applying for any of the following positions, submit a resume along with a cover letter detailing your qualifications:

  • To the following address: Playhouse Square, Human Resources Department, 1501 Euclid Avenue, Suite 200, Cleveland, OH 44115
  • Email to [email protected]
  • Fax to 216-771-0217
  • Should it be determined that your qualifications are among the best suited for the position, the Human Resources Department will contact you. No telephone calls, please. Please include in your letter the position for which you are applying.
  • Playhouse Square requires employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and receive a booster shot, when eligible. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and requests for reasonable accommodation will be considered on an individual basis.


Hospitality Runner

  • Posted: Mar 21, 2024
  • Rate of Pay: $15 per hour


  1. Embrace Playhouse Square values and programs that further Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within the department.
  2. Implement all contractual hospitality requirements, ensure the comfort of performers and serve as liaison between Playhouse Square and artist and artist’s staff.
  3. Provide accurate and timely knowledge of local conditions to artist and artist’s staff, i.e. directions, drugstore, restaurants, recreation, doctors, etc.
  4. Assign dressing rooms in consultation with production team.
  5. Maintain an organized and clean workspace.
  6. Distribute linens and towels as needed and gather them for laundry pickup at end of load out.
  7. Wash dishes and do laundry as needed.
  8. Provide transportation for artists and crews and run errands, as needed.

Click here for more info.

Stage Door Security

  • Posted Feb 15, 2024
  • Salary Range: $14  / hr
  • Playhouse Square is looking for a self-motivated individual, with strong verbal communication and organizational skills to take on the exciting role of Stage Door Security.


  1. Continually monitor visitors entering and leaving Playhouse Square.
  2. Provide information to visitors and staff as needed.
  3. Maintain a daily log of all activities performed during the shift.
  4. Direct all deliveries and vendors passing the Security Station.
  5. Continually be on the lookout for and report hazardous and unsafe conditions and breaches of security.
  6. Be properly trained on all telephone equipment.
  7. Be familiar with and apply all security procedures as required.
  8. Assist in communication between departments when needed.
  9. Be properly trained and proficient at all posts throughout Playhouse Square and be prepared, on any duty day, to assume a change of assignment as directed.

Click here for more info.

Box Office Event Supervisor

  • Posted: Jan 31, 2024
  • Please include a cover letter with a minimum hourly rate requirement and a resume when applying.


  1. Embrace Playhouse Square values and programs that further Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within the department.
  2. Supervise the operation of the Box Office during event mode.
  3. Assist patrons face-to-face during events at the Box Office, answer inbound calls, patron emails and return related voicemails.
  4. Accurately input and maintain patron data and sales documentation using the Audience View and Salesforce platforms.
  5. Complete show settlements for Company Managers and run relevant reports for show promoters, on-site resident company reps, or for Playhouse Square cast members.
  6. Provide guest name & seating info reports, and seating maps for House Management and Window staff, and parking reports for the PSQ and Hanna garages.
  7. Set up and break down Fortress scanners for each event.
  8. Maintain constant communications with all House Management providing regular house count updates, and any seating availability changes; troubleshoot and resolve in-house seating issues.
  9. Attend and reinforce service excellence and Audience View training with staff.
  10. Provide constant feedback to Box Office Manager regarding all aspects of curtain management.
  11. Provide feedback of staff performance and input for performance evaluations.
  12. Supervise Box Office Ticket Concierges when acting supervisor on duty.
  13. Assist with printing ticket batches and filing tickets.
  14. Direct opening and closing of windows, including cash outs.

Click here for more info.

Great Lakes theater Actor / Teacher Auditions for 2024-2025 Academic Year

Great Lakes Theater (GLT) is now accepting video submissions for actor-teachers through May 6th, 2024.

Great Lakes Theater (GLT) will be accepting video auditions for non-Equity actor-teachers for its School Residency Program for the 2024-2025 school year. These are full-time, seasonal, paid positions, beginning in August 2024, and continuing through May 2025.

Video submission deadline is Monday, May 6, 2024.

GLT seeks actors of diverse cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences to create an inclusive ensemble to work in the classroom and online, helping students from 1st – 12th grade interpret and better understand classic texts through performance, activities, and discussion.

Video recorded auditions should include one Shakespearean piece and one contrasting contemporary audition piece. Both should total no more than three minutes combined. Please complete this online application, including the link to your audition video in the comments section of the application form. Applicants also asked to attach a headshot and a resume detailing theatrical experience.

Rehearsal Begins: August 26, 2024


Cleveland Public Theatre Now Hiring – Education Positions

Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is now hiring for multiple positions — click the links below for complete job descriptions. CPT will be accepting applications for these positions until the roles are filled.

For a complete list of job openings please visit this link.


CPT’s Core Education Principles

CPT education programs follow four guiding principles that reflect our pedagogical, political, and aesthetic approaches to education and are deeply interrelated.

  • Empowerment: Together we create original works of theatre, and our participants contribute to the spoken words, the movement, and the production elements. This layered approach engages participants dynamically, resulting in pride and ownership of the final product.
  • Equity: We strive to bridge the gap between the heard and the unheard by centering rarely shared stories with a wider audience. Our work brings awareness to issues such as racial and economic justice, nurturing relationships that cross the invisible boundaries of race and class. We believe representation matters, and we are committed to engaging Teaching Artists who are representative of the communities with whom we collaborate.
  • Excellence: We encourage the development of the whole artist, nurturing an artist’s personal, interpersonal, and artistic growth. This environment of self-mastery calls participants to own their greatness with pride, be accountable to their peers, and be engaged, curious, and connected to their community.
  • Enthusiasm: We approach the artistic process with openness, rigor, intention, and joy! Our programs cultivate an enthusiastic learning environment that supports creative expression while nurturing a high degree of discipline and focus. We encourage our participants’ creativity, and we also challenge them to explore as many levels of their creative potential as possible.

CMHA CAN Teaching Artist and Site Coordinator

  • Date Posted: 03/25/2024

Cleveland Public Theatre is hiring a Teaching Artist and Site Coordinator for the Cuyahoga Municipal Housing Authority Cleveland Act Now (CMHA CAN) program to continue to serve Cleveland Public Theatre’s mission to raise consciousness and nurture compassion through life-changing education programs. 

Review of candidates will begin immediately. To apply for the position, send an email to Nicole Sumlin, Director of Education, at [email protected] by end of day Tuesday, April 30, 2024.Subject line should read: YOUR LAST NAME, Teaching Artist and Site Coordinator, CMHA CAN. Your email should include two attachments: a resume and a cover letter giving examples of work that illustrate the experience required in the description and explaining why you are interested in this position. No phone calls, please.  

The person filling this role would also be considered for the temporary, full-time Summer CMHA CAN Supporting Teaching Artist role from June 5, 2024, to no later than August 2, 2024 (8.5 weeks). The rate for this role is $580-600/wk. 

Click Here For More Information 

Summer Supporting Teaching Artists

  • Date Posted: 03/05/2024
  • CPT is seeking temporary, full-time Teaching Artists for summer CMHA CAN and STEP programming. We are looking to build a strong core of artists who are dedicated to creating work to empower young voices, excite creativity, and further racial and economic justice. 

Skills required:

  • Experience in at least one theatre-related arts discipline (dance, drumming, singing, acting, creative writing, etc.) 
  • Experience teaching children and/or teenagers 
  • Ability to travel to multiple sites  
  • Demonstrated ability to be or become a strong role model for Cleveland youth 
  • Energy, responsiveness, flexibility, creativity 
  • Attention to detail, ability to work independently  
  • Ability to lead both small and large group activities 
  • Experience in devising theatre practices/performance OR openness to learning new techniques in the creation of original performance material 

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Part-Time Substitute Teaching Artists

  • Date Posted: 10/06/2023
  • CPT is seeking part-time Substitute Teaching Artists to assist in implementing CPT Education programming. Theatre experience is a plus. We are looking to build a strong core of artists who are dedicated to creating work to further racial and economic justice.
  • The search to fill these positions is ongoing. Please send a resume and letter of interest to Nicole Sumlin, Director of Education at [email protected].

Click Here For More Information 

CPT is a nationally recognized center for contemporary performance. Its mission is to raise consciousness and nurture compassion through groundbreaking theatre and life-changing education programs. CPT implements this mission through its annual theatrical season, featuring between 8-10 adventurous professional productions and a robust series of new play development programs that support writers and devisers at multiple points in the creative process. CPT’s acclaimed education programs engage communities in devising new works that speak to contemporary issues and empower participants to work for positive change in our community. CPT is home to community ensembles Teatro Público de Cleveland and Masrah Cleveland Al-Arabi, and CPT annually presents Station Hope, a large-scale community arts festival. CPT’s annual budget is around $2.5 million a year. CPT has 22 full-time staff members.

FAMILIES WANTED FOR TV SHOW | Back to the Frontier


Could your family survive life on the frontier? Ever dreamed of testing yourself against the challenges of the Old West? Or living in a time before tech? Wall to Wall is looking for fun families with teens to journey back in time for 9 weeks this summer, to experience life on the frontier!

Wall to Wall Media, a Warner Bros. Discovery International Television Production Company is currently casting US-based families with teens to embark on an extraordinary time-traveling adventure to the Old West. Throughout the show’s season, the families will ‘travel’ back in time to the late 1800s to experience what it was like to live as a family on the Frontier.



WKYC Studios, 3News Now Hiring – FT Producers

WKYC Studios, 3News is now hiring.

Job Details: Producer

WKYC | Cleveland, OH (On-site) | Full-Time | Posted 01/21/2024

WKYC Studios, 3News is a TEGNA owned company is looking for a News Producer who wants to create the best broadcast in the Cleveland area. To land this role, you write, create and produce exciting and interesting news content for broadcast, online and social. You are a multi-tasking, creative problem solver with strong journalistic judgment, detail skills and an ability to think outside the norms. Our Producers must be able to skillfully use social media and digital tools to research, discover and distribute content.

Responsibilities: To land this role,

  • you write, create and produce exciting and interesting news content for broadcast, online and social
  • Create unique newscasts & segments evoking emotion
  • Write in an exciting, captivating and authentic manner
  • Use the latest editing tools to tell great stories
  • Develop original content through social listening and independent sources
  • Deliver on-air, online news events in an engaging, exciting, and accurate manner
  • Research for facts and credibility
  • Use consumer analytics in determining content
  • Write and post daily on all digital platforms including social media
  • Use creative production techniques such as graphics and alternate forms of media (viewer pictures, webcam interviews, etc.) to enhance stories
  • Lead and inspire news teams to work together for a great production
  • Coach and inspire on-air talent to be exciting and engaging
  • Perform other tasks as required by supervisor or executive producer


  • BA/BS in journalism, communications or related field
  • Experience in writing, editing, and content management systems
  • Understanding the tenets of professional journalism
  • Skills in producing engaging, content-driven newscasts and digital content
  • Strong social media skills, including an active news hound presence on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Facebook
  • Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time pressure deadlines
  • Ability to calmly handle live, breaking news situations and changing events
  • Travel: Rarely: less than 10%
  • Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment
  • Physical Demands Set: Sedentary work: Involves sitting most of the time; walking, lifting, bending, standing, etc.


Job Details: Digital & Social Media Producer

WKYC | Cleveland, OH (On-site) | Full-Time | Posted 01/24/2024

WKYC is seeking a Digital & Social Marketing Producer to join the Marketing team in Cleveland, Ohio.


  • Strong writer who can transform complex information into compelling ad copy
  • Self-starter who thrives on getting things done, sometimes with little or no direction
  • Passion to deliver a quality, consistent brand experiences for our audiences
  • Social media savviness to understand the landscape and the lingo
  • Solid organization and time management in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent written/verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail to maintain high professional standards and quality
  • Manage and track multiple projects concurrently while still meeting deadlines
  • Partner with marketing director on digital/social media strategies for WKYC’s What Matters Most brand and 3News content
  • Conceptualize, produce, and edit videos, display banners, eblasts and social graphics that help generate brand/content awareness and engagement
  • Use digital / social media advertising tools to build and deploy marketing ads/campaigns for wkyc studios and our clients
  • Monitor social posts for trending topics and hashtags for re-marketing
  • Assist with breaking news marketing and social response as needed, sometimes on weeknights and weekends
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by the marketing director

Job Requirements:

  • Post-secondary degree preferred but not required, or equivalent experience
  • At least two years in a digital and social media marketing role at a medium-to-large market television station, media organization, or agency.
  • Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop)
  • Strong technical knowledge of social media, CMS, and Google analytics platforms
  • Must be willing to work in Cleveland, OH. This is not a remote position.
  • Must have ability to work flexible hours when needed, including nights, weekends, and holidays.
  • Travel: Rarely: less than 10%
  • Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment
  • Physical Demands Set: Sedentary work: Involves sitting most of the time; walking, lifting, bending, standing, etc.



TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) is an innovative media company that serves the greater good of our communities. Across platforms, TEGNA tells empowering stories, conducts impactful investigations and delivers innovative marketing solutions. With 64 television stations in 51 U.S. markets, TEGNA is the largest owner of top 4 network affiliates in the top 25 markets among independent station groups, reaching approximately 39 percent of all television households nationwide. TEGNA also owns leading multicast networks True Crime Network and Quest. TEGNA Marketing Solutions (TMS) offers innovative solutions to help businesses reach consumers across television, digital and over-the-top (OTT) platforms, including Premion, TEGNA’s OTT advertising service. For more information, visit

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TEGNA Inc. is a proud equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce. We encourage and consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, enrollment in college or vocational school, political affiliation, veteran status or genetic information. TEGNA complies with all applicable laws related to accommodations.

TRG Multimedia: Freelance, Internship Opportunities

TRG Multimedia is now hiring.

TRG Multimedia is a premier content creation studio featuring video production services, commercial photography, and CGI all in a 160,000-square-foot studio and soundstage. 

Based in Cleveland, Ohio, TRG is a full-service multimedia production company. Its 160,000 square foot of studio space features a 40′ x 60′ cyc wall, soundstage, over 40 semi-permanent customizable sets, two food stylist kitchens, a MILO robotic camera, a two-story prop room, and so much more. Founded in 1983 by photographer Martin Reuben, TRG Multimedia is one of the only studios in the country offering a complete range of integrated services.



Freelance Construction / Set Builder – TRG Multimedia is looking for a Freelance Construction / Set Builder. This position is part-time, with the potential to turn into a full-time opportunity. Click here for the complete job description and how to apply.

Styling – If you are interested in styling at TRG, click here!

Photo | Video – If you are interested in Photo/Video at TRG, click here!

Internship  – If you are interested in an Internship at TRG, click here!