Assistant Dir Marketing Comm
The Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications will manage and direct the daily marketing and communications operations for the School of Theater, Film & Media Arts (TFMA). In keeping with the strategic plan for TFMA, set goals, priorities and strategies; directs and develops significant internal relationships and maintains key contacts with University offices and departments, local, regional and national media. Additional responsibilities include development and maintenance of electronic media strategies and campaigns. Serves as key administrator for the TFMA web site. Assists in development of strategic communications plan(s) to address the ongoing needs of TFMA and raises the image and status of its programs, faculty and students. Performs other duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree and three years of directly related experience in marketing, public relations or electronic communications. Experience should include project management, content planning and creation, working in social media, and developing integrated marketing communications plans. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Required Skills and Abilities:
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to generate promotional/marketing materials.
*Excellent interpersonal skills, along with the ability to interact with a diverse group of artistic directors, graphic designers, and media personnel.
*Ability to think strategically with regard to marketing and communication needs, graphic and design determination, community outreach of marketing and communication materials, etc.
*Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office.
*Proficient with social media platforms, Google docs and Google analytics.
*Ability to work a flexible schedule, as required. Preferred:
*Marketing experience in the arts (particularly pertaining to theatrical productions or film presentations) and/or box office management experience.
*Previous supervisory experience.
*Background in theater.
*Experience in higher education environment.
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