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  • Friday, October 22, 2021 10:20 AM | Rick DelVecchio (Administrator)

    Primary Position Function/Summary:

    The Assistant Director for Marketing and Communications is responsible for the branding, marketing, and strategic communication efforts of The Career Center, including campaign planning and strategy development, brand management, market assessment and analysis, content and materials development, and media relations. The role works in concert with team leaders to develop and implement outreach plans and promotional campaigns that drive awareness of the Center’s programs, services, and resources. The position oversees the marketing budget, marketing and communication interns, and creation of print, social media, and website content. The Assistant Director must be committed to student success, to learning and understanding the career development process, and to working in a dynamic and collaborative campus environment.

    Position Requirements and Qualifications:

    Required Education:

    ·         Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, communications, public relations, or a closely related field.

    Required Experience:

    ·         Three years of professional work experience in marketing, public relations, communications, brand management or a related professional area.

    ·         Demonstrated supervisory experience.

    ·         Experience working on a team and in collaboration with others to meet the needs of organization and stakeholders.

    ·         Demonstrated project management skills.

     

    Preferred Experience:

    ·         Experience developing, implementing, and assessing the impact of marketing plans and/or promotional campaigns across multiple channels (social, digital, print).

    ·         Experience working in higher education.

    ·         Experience working with students.

    ·         Experience that demonstrates understanding of diverse populations and knowledge of cultural differences.

    ·         Experience with project management.

    ·         Experience or familiarity with content management systems, such as Drupal or WordPress, to update and maintain web content.

    ·         Experience or familiarity with design software, such as Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop.

    To Apply:

    Applications must be received by November 9, 2021. Apply for this position using the “Apply for Position” button below.  If you have not applied before, you must create your candidate profile at http://jobs.illinois.edu.  If you already have a profile, you will be redirected to that existing profile via email notification.  To complete the application process:

    Step 1) Submit the Staff Vacancy Application.

    Step 2) Submit the Voluntary Self-Identification of Disability forms.

    Step 3) Upload the following documents:

    ·         cover letter

    ·         resume (months and years of employment must be included)

    ·         academic credentials (unofficial transcripts or copy of diploma may be acceptable) for all degrees attained

    ·         names/contact information for three references

     

  • Friday, October 08, 2021 10:33 AM | Rick DelVecchio (Administrator)

    The Hiatt Career Center at Brandeis University is looking for a new Assistant Director, Communications to guide the development and implementation of our marketing, communications, and social media plans. This role is the voice of the Hiatt Career Center and works to communicate our value meaningfully, enhance our visibility, and amplify our brand and prestige. Join our award-winning office and bring a collaborative, customer-service attitude, and take pride in fostering connections, developing relationships, and creating innovative programs.

    LEARN MORE AND APPLY

  • Thursday, September 16, 2021 11:35 AM | Rick DelVecchio (Administrator)

    Boston University’s Center for Career Development (CCD) seeks a Manager of Marketing & Communications. This role manages the CCD's marketing and communications activity across all channels and campaigns, overseeing all content creation, publication, distribution, and promotion. Channels include all social media, website, blog, podcast, campus advertising, print materials, videos, etc. This role supervises one dedicated student assistant and occasionally additional office interns for project work.

    The Manager works closely with all staff members within the CCD, as well as a broad range of key campus partners throughout the University. This role reports to the Senior Associate Director of the CCD. 

    The role’s primary duties include:

    • Managing the CCD's social media efforts, including spearheading new initiatives, identifying opportunities for growth, analyzing key metrics, and recommending strategy;
    • Managing the CCD's marketing activity across multiple channels and methods (digital, email, print) for both general awareness and specific promotions in alignment with center priorities, all other marketing activities, and editorial direction from the Senior Associate Director;
    • Serving as managing editor for all CCD content (web, handouts/guides, newsletters, blog, podcast, videos, etc.) overseeing content publication, distribution, and promotion;
    • Identifying needs and coordinating efforts to develop new and revise existing content;
    • Supervising a dedicated marketing/communication student assistant on all tasks and duties, and;
    • Supervising additional office interns on marketing/communication projects.


    About the Organization

    The Center for Career Development (CCD), which serves all undergraduate and graduate students, is part of the Enrollment & Student Administration unit (ENSA). The CCD’s services and resources are designed to assist students and alumni in making intentional decisions about their professional futures, building purposeful lives, and pursuing their career goals while adapting to a changing world.

    Across the 11 departments of ENSA, we are dedicated to ensuring that our policies, practices, and services meet the needs of an increasingly diverse University community of students, families, faculty, staff, and alumni. We do so through a lens of respect, and a commitment to encouraging the personal success and productivity of all employees. To read more about Boston University and our commitment to diversity and inclusion, please visit https://www.bu.edu/diversity/about/diversity-statement/

    Required Skills

    A cover letter is required for consideration. 

    A Bachelor’s degree is required for this position. We are seeking a candidate who:

    • Has five to eight years of related experience
    • Can demonstrate excellent writing and editing skills
    • Has experience with social media (versatile and up-to-date on trends, usage, and cutting-edge technologies), information management, website management (WordPress preferred), design, and project management
    • Is organized, comfortable managing information and information resources, sharp and able to grasp complicated concepts
    • Is able to handle involved projects independently
    • Possesses initiative and drive
    • Enjoys, and thrives, working with others as a member of a team.

    A master’s degree is preferred, but not a requirement. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (especially Photoshop and InDesign), data collection and reporting, or photography are also helpful, but are not requirements for consideration.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

    APPLY NOW

  • Wednesday, January 27, 2021 2:00 PM | Rick DelVecchio (Administrator)

    Join us for one or the whole series!

    FREE and open to ALL!

    REGISTER HERE

    February 2: Structure? What structure?! - Are you going through (or preparing for) a reorganization at your college? Maybe taking on multiple roles on top of your usual one? Dealing with staff decreases? Let's talk.

    March 2: Talking with teammates to lighten the load - Many of us are expected to do more with less time, energy, and resources. Often times are fellow staff members don’t understand realistic timeframes when we have so much on our plates already. Let’s come up with some solutions.

    April 6: How do we increase student accountability? Does you career center have a code of conduct or a set of policies to hold students to a certain level of professional behavior? How are you encouraging students to take ownership of their career early on (like a 4 yr plan or milestones) and making sure they follow through? Let’s brainstorm some ideas!
  • Thursday, July 09, 2020 12:53 PM | Rick DelVecchio (Administrator)

    Get involved with AU3CP! Volunteer for a committee! In addition to supporting AU3CP’s activities and programming, serving on a committee is a great way to help build this growing community. Plus, you’ll be gaining experience for your own career development, especially if you’d like to be a future board member.

    Marketing 

    • Help us stay connected and build community! This committee will work with the VP of Marketing and Outreach to manage communication and marketing for AU3CP to help enhance professional connections and conversations among current members and attract new members to our community. Assistance is needed with managing messaging and communication tools (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Slack, and AU3CP website).

    Programming

    • Help our community engage in personal and professional development! This committee will work with the VP of Programs and Conferences to develop and share opportunities to learn from those in our community and beyond. Assistance is needed with gaining understanding of member needs and interests, content identification and curation, program facilitation/moderation.

    Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI)

    • Help us be an inclusive community! This committee will work with the President to actively develop AU3CP--including its organizational structure--as an organization that is equitable, diverse, and inclusive. Areas of focus will include accessibility, selection of speakers and topics, and messaging.  

      Interested? Contact us at au3cpmail@gmail.com to learn more!

  • Monday, June 08, 2020 3:22 PM | Eleanor Cartelli (Administrator)

    This series of thirty-minute sessions focuses on digestible and applicable ideas shared by communications and marketing gurus at career centers around the country.

    Sponsored by uConnect, a pioneer in strategic career services marketing tools, the 2020 best practice series was launched in lieu of the in-person 2020 Communicating Careers conference.

    To see (and register for) future sessions, view upcoming events. To watch recordings of past sessions or to learn more about Communicating Careers, visit communicatingcareers.com. To join our mailing list, sign up here.


  • Saturday, February 01, 2020 6:38 PM | Joe Catrino

    Now that AU3CP is a recognized organization, we are looking for professionals to get involved on a deeper level. We are seeking professionals to lead the organization for growth, sustainability, and innovation.

    6:36

    Want to join our board or would like to recommend someone, fill out our nomination form:

    Now that AU3CP is a recognized organization, we are looking for professionals to get involved on a deeper level. We are seeking professionals to lead the organization for growth, sustainability, and innovation.

    6:36

    Want to join our board or would like to recommend someone, fill out our nomination form:

    Now that AU3CP is a recognized, formal organization, we have a number of opportunities for professionals to get involved on a deeper level. We are looking for members to lead the organization for growth, sustainability, and innovation. 

    Want to join our board? Want to recommend a colleague or peer? Submit our nomination form: http://bit.ly/2UjiIqm.

    Can't commit to a board position, but would still like to get involved? We're always looking for members to join our various subcommittees. Contact us at au3cpmail@gmail.com to learn more about our current initiatives and committees.

  • Monday, December 09, 2019 9:00 AM | Eleanor Cartelli (Administrator)

    Meg Wilson at Duke University is launching an effort to help this group share our student email and social media data with each other. In addition to just seeing shared trends, this can help with setting goals and providing information and much needed context for university/college leadership.

    “Awesome!” You say, “How can I get that report?” To do this, Meg needs communicators to share analytics with her twice per year. She has created a submission form (http://bit.ly/emailandsocialdata) to collect your data for inclusion; you can even elect to keep the name of your school private in the report. Submissions are due before January 10, 2020, for inclusion in the first report.

    Questions? Feedback or suggestions on the form or the project? Contact Meg via the Slack group (@Meg at Duke) or email (mwilson@duke.edu).


  • Friday, December 06, 2019 10:14 AM | Eleanor Cartelli (Administrator)

    The recording, slides, and sample materials from the 2019 Winter Webinar with Ainsely Maloney (see details) are now available to members.

    Simply log in to your account and enter the member-only discussion forum.

    Not a member? Learn more and join!

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