Social Media Job Opening

Social Media Content Creator

Job Description

Position Purpose: TriState Marching Arts is seeking a motivated, resourceful and tech-savvy candidates to serve as a social media content creator for the 2023 competition season. The TMA Social Media Content Creator will work directly with the TMA Executive Director and TMA Board President or various board members to craft and execute various content for TMA’s social media footprint, such as: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat. This role will be instrumental in increasing our social media presence and gaining visibility for TriState Marching Arts. Responsibilities: Attend all TMA Events Assist in the general distribution and sharing of information via TMA’s social media platforms. Collaborate with the TMA Executive Director, TMA Board and TMA staff on how and what we communicate to our members via social media. Conceptualize, create and publish various content which combines both text and images or videos. Build meaningful connections with performers, staffs, hosts and the TMA community. Encourages engagement with our TMA social media accounts through creativity and positive postings. Increase the number of followers we have on the various channels. Posting content weekly from the TMA competitions. Serve as an ambassador for TMA.
Required Skills: Working knowledge and passion for the pageantry arts. In-depth knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated organizational skills. Self- motivated and driven. Superb attention to detail. Enjoys working cohesively in a team atmosphere as well as solo. College student(s) with a marketing, business and/or performance major preferred.
Stipend: This position is contracted on a yearly basis at $1000 per year plus mileage.

Apply at TriState Marching Arts FaceBook Page


TMA Fall Classification and Scoring System

TMA is excited to announce our classification and Scoring Systems for the newly formed TMA Fall Circuit.

This unique to us set up, will offer something for everyone, with a Regional A, Scholastic A, and Scholastic Open class system where directors have the ability to classify their band for where they are that season. As the fall circuit grows and progresses, much like our indoor circuit, a full policy manual with a promotion/review system will be added to ensure growth and reward.

In addition to the unique classifications, TMA Fall will be utilizing a unique Judging set up and scoring system that will include Colorguard and Percussion into the overall score!

We are excited to roll this out this season! If you are a band director interested in hosting a TMA event this fall, please reach out to us tristate@tristatemarchingarts.org!

For all the details and more, Take a look!


TMA Fall Circuit Classifications and Policy

TMA Fall Judges Sheets