Assistant Producer, Global Community Program

Position: Assistant Producer, Global Community Program

Location: New York City

Details: Full Time

The Moth is an acclaimed not-for-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling. The Moth has presented more than sixty thousand stories, told live and without notes, by people from all walks of life to standing-room-only crowds worldwide. [To really understand The Moth, we encourage you to listen to a few stories here:]

Position Overview: This is a full-time position, supporting The Moth Global Community Program. Responsibilities include media and data management, and production support for 10+ international storytelling workshops and 4+ special events each year, correspondence with program alumni, and overall assistance in coordination of all departmental efforts. Supervised by the Executive Producer of The Moth and managed by The Moth’s Global Producer. The role is compensated in the range of (xx to yy) depending on experience. 

Note: This position will include international travel but does not include workshop instruction at this time. 

Job Responsibilities Include:

  • Entering and organizing all Global post-production workshop and event materials into various databases and filing systems

  • Assisting in the financial wrap for all workshops and events including processing and coding receipts

  • Calendar/Meeting scheduling for The Moth’s Executive Producer

  • Drafting, proofing and assisting with various workshop and event materials

  • Assisting in logistic coordination for workshops and events, including arranging travel

  • Coordinating Global Champion Network (GCN) correspondences, social media and newsletters

  • Researching hotels and venues

  • Updating The Moth Global website page

  • Tracking Moth Global stories that have moved on to The Moth Podcast, The Moth Radio Hour and other platforms

  • Research and outreach to build strategic partnerships as directed

  • Supporting the Global team with administrative tasks as needed

  • Working with The Moth’s Development team to draft proposals and budgets for new partnerships as needed


  • Three or more years of production experience in either theatre, events, festivals, conferences, film/commercial or the like.

  • A love of The Moth’s work and mission

  • Expertise in Google suite of applications, Microsoft Office, Airtable, Salesforce – and the ability to learn various database systems

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Exceptional organizational and administrative skills

  • Ability to switch between independent and collaborative work

  • Creative, self-sufficient and proactive thinker; detail oriented and able to thrive in a fast-paced environment

  • Experience working in the nonprofit sector and/or arts preferred

Additional preferred qualifications

  • Experience in booking/managing international travel, including visa management

  • Experience in social media and content creation

  • Experience working with community organizations in Africa and/or South Asia. 

  • Ability to edit video and audio

  • Fluent or conversational in more than one language

Salary: $58,500/year. The salary range for this position is dependent on a variety of factors including relevant experience, organization needs, and internal pay equity. This salary is a part of a competitive total rewards structure inclusive of medical, dental, and vision coverage, generous PTO, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan after one year of service.


The Moth is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally vibrant team and strongly encourages applications from people of diverse backgrounds. The Moth seeks to hire staff who reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. All positions at The Moth are filled without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, HIV/AIDS status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. The Moth brings storytelling opportunities to people from a variety of communities. Candidates with a commitment to supporting diversity are strongly encouraged to apply. 


Please apply using the following form: by July 28. At the end of the form, you’ll be asked to submit your resume and cover letter.