Majority of the shifts are during the evening on nights we have shows (including weekends).
Decision making skills
In your email, please answer the following questions:
- Any previous security experience
- How many nights you’d be willing to work in a week
- If you currently have another job/commitment
Please do NOT change the subject of the email to ensure that it gets to us.
We will call qualified applicants to schedule interviews.
The Troubadour is looking for an intern to assist the Director of Marketing and Promotions, Talent Buyer & General Manager here in the Troubadour’s business office.
This internship is open to college students who can receive credit and are studying any of the following: Music Industry, Journalism, Public Relations, Communications, Marketing, or Business. If you think your current major will allow you to get credit for an internship with us, but is not listed here, please let us know.
We’re preferably looking to have an intern 2 – 3 afternoons a week (M-F, 1-7pm) to start ASAP and stay with us at least through June.
Intern will be responsible for:
-creating Facebook events
-updating and creating copy Troubadour Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & Spotify accounts.
-managing show posters in the venue
-coordinating print-at-home flyers for all shows
Intern will assist with:
-production set up
-light office duties (phones, filing, copying, faxing etc.)
-venue upkeep (inventories, etc.)
-contributing ideas for marketing plans
WHO we are looking for:
-strong ability to read social situations
-strong ability to take direction
-strong ability to multitask
-great attention to detail
-familiar with Facebook
-familiar with Twitter
-familiar with Spotify
-familiar with Instagram
-experience with Photoshop would be great, but not required.
-comfortable answering phones
-sarcastic (but not too sarcastic)
-sense of humor
-more or less a normal person, quirkiness okay
-knowledge of music a plus, but not necessary as long as you are willing to learn!
This is a great opportunity for someone who is interested in a career in the music & concert industry.
Please DO NOT apply if you’re in a band & want to do this internship b/c you hope to have your band play here, hope to get your band signed, etc.
In your cover letter please list your overall availability (day you can start, when you need your internship to end), your weekly availability (interns are usually here 2-3 days a week, M-F 1-7pm), the requirements of your internship as well as who your favorite band is and what the last concert you went to was.
If you do not follow these instructions your resume will not be looked at! ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS!!
Email resumes and cover letter here.