The Marketing and Communications Analyst for the Joseph M. Katz School of Business and College of Business Administration (CBA) is primarily responsible for project management, writing, and editing of various publications and other communications, and management of electronic communications (such as website, social media, etc.).
The role includes ensuring a high level of overall community engagement. The incumbent will also assist with marketing and communications planning, video production, mailings, and oversight of other projects as assigned.
A minimum of a bachelor's degree is required, along with good organizational, coordination, communication, and excellent, professional writing skills. Knowledge of technology and social media tools (e.g., Drupal, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Hootsuite) are required based on the assignment. The employee should be comfortable using data and metrics to measure success.
Internal Number: 161658
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