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Student Assistant-Social Media Fall 2017

Job Details
Working Title:
Student Assistant-Social Media Fall 2017
Department:
University Communications and Marketing
Division:
President
Campus:
Oxford
Posting Date:
09/20/2017
Job Category:
Student
Position Group:
Student Hourly
Student Pay Grade Minimum:
8.35
Job Description Summary:
Help monitor social media accounts for Miami University? includes Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube.
Assist with social media engagement, replies, content creation and ideation.
Identify opportunities for social media events that align with the university's strategic vision.
Execute real-time coverage of campus events on Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and Facebook.
Assist with management and population of social media content calendar.
Monitor other leading universities to identify and analyze opportunities where Miami can have a greater presence.
Stay up-to-date on social media trends and help with implementation of creative new ideas.
Minimum Qualifications:
Knowledge or coursework in interactive media studies, business marketing, entrepreneurship, communications, and/or public relations; experience in the visual arts, photography, video, and design considered a plus.
Understand the Miami University brand.
Strong writing skills and creativity.
Must work well independently and with minimal instruction. Must be able to meet deadlines and complete projects.
Must own a working smartphone.
Willing to work flexible hours on some evenings/weekends for larger "impact" events.
Optional Skills/Experience:
Passionate about the Miami experience.
Strategic thinker with a creative flair.
Experience with Hootsuite, Meltwater, or other social media monitoring and tracking tools.
Optional:
Submit a sample of your work; ex. website, Snapchat storyboard, branded social media profile, etc.
Work Location:
Glos
Hours Per Week/Work Schedule (Student Jobs):
6-8
Required Documents:
Cover Letter, Resume
Application Types Accepted:
Student Application
Criminal Background Check Required:
No



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