Marketing & Communications Assistant
Assist in the marketing, communications, or sales for a department. Aid in coordinating promotional events. Update and assemble promotional packets. Provide support to senior personnel in developing marketing, communications, and/or sales plans.
Posting Number: RE00835
Job Type: Full-Time
Department Specific Essential Job Functions:
Assists staff members with content for various media pieces and communication for the division of Student Affairs.
Assist in updating web content for the division.
Assists with copywriting; Proofread organizational correspondence, documents and other media for accuracy and formatting.
Assists senior staff members locate new forms of communication leveraging various technologies that will increase the Division of Student Affairs ability to promote its wide range of programs to a diverse target audience.
Collaborates with UCO’s main public relations office (University Relations) to help coordinate media interest in Student Affairs products, programs, and services.
Provides staffing support at departmental events.
Assists in the implementation of public relations goals for the division by promoting its programs as well as a variety of campus and community events and initiatives.
Assists senior staff members in the department to ensure projects are completed in a timely manner.
Assists in establishing procedures and in the development of appropriate work flow for the department to meet the marketing/communication needs of the division of Student Affairs.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Requires some nights/weekends.
Salary: $12.09 per hour ($25,165 annually)
Desired Start Date: July 10, 2017
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