Greenhills School, an independent school of 520 students in grades 6-12, has an immediate opening for a Director of Communications and Marketing. This is a 12-month position, which offers an excellent array of benefits and a highly competitive salary.
The Director of Communications and Marketing collaborates with a wide range of constituencies and offices inside the school. Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of our diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of various races, ethnicities, sexualities, gender identities, religions, abilities, and socioeconomic backgrounds. We pride ourselves on being a warm and welcoming inclusive community.
The Director of Communications and Marketing serves as the main storyteller on campus, conceiving and crafting stories that highlight our community for various outlets, both digital and print. The Director also functions as the lead for internal, cross-divisional communication-related meetings and coordinates the school’s primary digital pieces— the monthly e-newsletter, twice-annual alumni magazine, annual donor report, and a weekly parent email. This position also develops and implements social media strategy.
Specific responsibilities include planning, initiating, and managing school-wide communications; managing the design and content of school print, digital, and social media; and determining and implementing, in a manner consistent with the values of the school, the strategic direction of the school’s communications and marketing plan. The Director of Communications and Marketing is responsible for the strategy, content, and consistency of all-school communications, and provides strategic direction, creative content and production supervision on fundraising, admission and programmatic material. For a complete job description, please visit https://www.greenhillsschool.org/about/employment/ .
About Greenhills School
Greenhills School is a student-centered community that helps young people realize their full intellectual, ethical, artistic and athletic potential in preparation for college — and beyond — as curious, creative, and responsible citizens who respect all individuals and their differences, and whose meaningful and balanced lives will better the world.