Job Purpose: Participate in communications efforts designed to market a campus unit's products and/or services to target audiences. This position develops communications materials in the form of graphics, brochures, fact sheets, articles for publication, logo designs and/or websites.
Conduct and utilize market research as necessary to recommend appropriate marketing communications strategies.
Develop content and oversee the design and production process for print collaterals.
Consult with academic and/or administrative personnel to acquire the necessary information about the subject.
Confer with Institute Communications and Marketing to ensure that Institute graphic and style standards are followed in all material.
May obtain cost estimates, collaborate in the selection of illustrators and printers and approve their work.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor's degree, preferably in Communications, Technical Communications, Journalism, English , Public Relations, Marketing or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
Work Experience: Two to four years job related experience.
This job requires skills in writing and communication, creativity and ability to incorporate a variety of resources and tools to develop marketing materials. Requires ability to understand complex and/or highly technical ideas and programs and communicate them in lay terms. Also required are organizational and communications skills as well as use of office and specialized computer applications.
Preferred Education: Bachelors degree
Preferred Work Experience: Two to four years of job related experience
Preferred Certifications: N/A
Experience with Adobe Suite, Social Media, Digital Communications, Website Management and Video Production
Impact & Influence: This position will interact on a consistent basis with: unit management and personnel, customers and vendors. This position typically will advise and counsel: NA. This position will supervise: NA.
The Division of Student Life has a rich and strong history of providing the student support services and co-curricular learning opportunities that help our diverse student community acquire and apply life-learning skills. The Division departments and the Office of the Vice President and Dean of Students assists students in the resolution of problems, provides information about, and referral to campus resources, and promotes initiatives that address students' needs and interests. In addition, the Division provides educational and co-curricular activities and experiences that encourage students to have a positive college experience.
The Division of Student Life at Georgia Tech consists of an array of comprehensive student support departments that strive to promote the intellectual, social and emotional growth of our students. Our primary focus is to engage students throughout their college career in programs which promote:
Student Leadership The complementary programs and services of Student Life work together to promote student leadership development, supporting current students and educating the leaders of tomorrow.
Healthy Lifestyles At Georgia Tech, we believe that a strong body supports a strong mind. We provide programs and services that promote a healthy lifestyle and contribute to the overall well-being and success of our students.
Student Transition and Success We are proud of our programs that help students at all levels adjust to the demands of college while preparing them for a lifetime of learning.
Cultural Awareness and Educational Growth As we prepare students to succeed in a global environment, we must encourage cultural awareness for the benefit of the students' holistic educational experience.
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