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DIGITAL MEDIA COORDINATOR

Job description

Duties: Reporting to the Associate Dean, Communications in the Office of Admissions, the Digital Media Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and contributing to multiple communications and marketing related projects that advance the branding and strategic messaging of the Penn Undergraduate Admissions Offic. S/he will perform administrative functions that support the M&C group, and that require attention to detail, solution-oriented thinking, balance between working individually and in teams, personal accountability, and discretion.

As the manager of the Penn Admissions student blog, this individual will meet with current student authors, manage all administrative aspects of scheduling meetings, follow content strategy guidelines, review all writing submissions, and post final content to the blog. As a member of a team that produces content in the digital media space, this individual will play a meaningful role in supporting the overall admissions content strategy. This position will also assist with content and photo edits to the Penn Admissions website and manage the digital asset management system throughout the year. As the M&C group partners with external vendors, and manages office-wide, cross-functional projects, this individual will also play a critical role in project management within the team.

This position will support the Vice Dean, Marketing and Communication with administrative work throughout the year. Assist with travel planning, basic correspondence, meeting scheduling, contribute to data-driven analysis and research, and collaborate with staff across the office.

As an Admissions Coordinator, this individual must be able to adjust to a fast paced, high performing professional environment, and be comfortable working across multiple platforms, including content management systems, the Adobe suite, customer relations management (CRM) software, and the full Microsoft Office suite.

Qualifications: H.S. diploma required, College Degree preferred with 3 to 5 years related experience or equivalent combination of education plus experience. Proven
office administration and customer service skills required. Solid working knowledge of office processes and of related computer software and electronic communications tools; Advanced knowledge of Windows, Microsoft Office required. Experience with Content Management Systems, and Customer Relations Management Software, and Adobe Suite preferred. Accountability, attention to detail, and ability to deliver projects at high quality standards is essential. Demonstrated project management ability with excellent written, verbal and listening communication skills. Ability to work collegially and collaboratively in a team setting and independently required. Ability to be flexible and work across teams on a variety of projects.
Must occasionally work evening or weekend hours.

Reference Number: 83-29943

Salary Grade: 024

Employment Type: Non-Exempt

Org: Admissions

Special Requirements:

Job Family: X-Secretarial/Administrative

 

 

 

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Posted: 9/15/2018
Application Due: 9/15/2030
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