Develops and executes a strategy for sharing Chicago Booth Review content across social media networks for maximum impact with key audiences.
Works with the CBR editorial team and the broader Marketing and Communications department to identify content priorities and build audiences.
Collaborates with various members of the Chicago Booth and University of Chicago communications network to share content.
Identifies and develops content-sharing opportunities with external organizations.
Manages external editorial partnerships.
Partners with faculty as needed to ensure research findings are conveyed accurately and appropriately.
Ensures all assets shared across channels maintain brand consistency.
Plans, develops and disseminates information designed to keep the public informed of the organization's programs, accomplishments, or point of view, with moderate levels of guidance and direction.
Solves a range of straightforward problems, as work assignments are difficult and broad in nature, usually requiring originality and ingenuity. Manage digital and social media assets (including routine website maintenance); compiles and analyzes relevant metrics based on established strategic goals.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelorâ™s degree in communications, marketing or relevant field.
Prior experience with social media management or similar digital audience engagement role.
Working knowledge with use of digital marketing tools such as Marketo, Sprinklr, and Sitecore.
Skilled with copy writing and editing, preferably with technical/academic content.
Understand and communicate the findings of business research.
Work with numerous teams across multiple organizations.
Interest in the evolving ways in which people engage with and share information online.
Creative imagination to envision how a single idea or article can be approached from various angles.
Organizational skills necessary to maintain a strategically coherent social media calendar.
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