Farmer School of Business: Marketing Coordinator: A major component of this position is to create news content to be posted to the website and/or used in eNewsletters. Content is based primarily on student or faculty activities, awards and events; be responsible for overseeing the social media presence of FSB with daily postings (Facebook and Twitter pages) or weekly posting (Instagram); ongoing website maintenance to include content accessibility, content relevance/currency, banner images and faculty highlights, other projects as necessary; create and approve plasma screen images in the FSB building, used by division, student organizations, professors, university officials and others to promote events organizations, professors, university officials and others to promote events and activities, coordinator will vet for content (Farmer-centric activities are paramount, but others can apply as well if there is room) and for correct formatting; maintain divisional faculty and staff printed and web-based directories; update FSB-centric dates and events into the events calendar on the website; maintain photo repository.
Require: Bachelor's degree; demonstrate a proficiency in written communication; familiar with social media channels. This position is not eligible for H1B sponsorship.
Review of applications will begin on January 29, 2018 and continues until positions are filled.
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