The TemporaryMarketing Coordinator, Executive Education Marketingwill support the Executive Education Marketing team members (Associate Directors and Director) with project management, creative execution and budget management/invoice payment. This is a part-time temporary role for approximately three months. Position will work 2-3 days/week.
Update project management tool, Smart Sheets, with status of campaigns, budget and timelines
Ensure all direct mail is on time and within budget between Print and Letter shop vendors
Marketing Budget Support
Ensure all invoices are coded correctly and routed to Accounting team
Proofread all emails, print ads, display ads and landing pages prior to deployment
Manage minor content updates on the website via Site Core, and assist with content updates on print and digital creative materials
Excellent oral and written communications skills required
Ability to work well with multiple departments required
Professional demeanor required
Education and Experience
Bachelorâ™s degree required.
At least two years marketing experience required.
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Excellent organizational skills and knowledge of how to prioritize workflow required.
Technical skills required: proficiency in MS Excel or, similar spreadsheet software.
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