The College of Business is seeking an Assistant Director of Marketing Communications . This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, professional faculty position.
The Assistant Director of Marketing Communications works under the supervision of the Director of Marketing to provide day-to-day management and planning of marketing communications to support the college's strategic priorities, enhance its brand image, and support the recruitment of undergraduate and graduate students.
Assist in the development and implementation of the college's marketing and communications plan for recruiting students
Serve as a brand manager, ensuring visual and message consistency across the college's subunits
Provide guidance and direction on individual unit marketing efforts
Cultivate relationships with the college's subunits to coordinate efforts that ensure synergistic, comprehensive, and consistent marketing communication activities across all units
Meet with internal/external clients to determine the scope, resources, and budget estimate for projects
Determine the plan and execute the tactics in a timely and professional manner with regular contact with the client and, when appropriate, with the Director
Establish and maintain procedures, coordinate projects to accomplish goals, ensure projects stay on time and within budget, and coordinate the rest of the marketing communications team giving them direction and feedback on creative materials
Provide leadership, supervision, and direction for assigned staff
The College of Business is committed to maintaining and enhancing its diverse and collaborative community that strives for equity and inclusivity. All faculty and staff members are responsible for helping to ensure that these goals are achieved and should be able to demonstrate contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Such contributions can be part of service and/or professional development. Outputs and impacts of these efforts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion will be included in annual performance reviews.
Typically requires Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Communications, Journalism or related field. 3 years' experience related to the discipline of the college, unit or department.
Bachelor's degree in marketing, communications, or a related field.
5 years of experience in marketing communications.
3 years of experience in managing projects for a team.
Excellent writing and editing skills.
3 years of employee supervision.
Experience with project management and team leadership.
Professional experience with digital marketing and social media.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity.
This position may be hybrid (as agreed upon between the employee and supervisor), based in Corvallis or in Portland. Regardless of primary work location, regular travel to events, meetings, and activities, many of which are Corvallis-based, will be required.
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