The Recruitment Marketing Project Coordinator will be responsible for planning, managing and executing recruitment marketing projects as assigned by the Associate Director of Marketing, Recruitment. This role will split time between administrative duties and assist with the creation of marketing content and assets.
Contribute to blog posts.
Conduct student interviews.
Create and design presentation decks.
Minor website updates.
Develop and implement assigned projects, following through to completion.
Support recruitment marketing activities including: management of day-to-day administrative tasks; creates/tracks deadlines, progress, and reports; plans meetings; prepares agendas and meeting materials as needed.
Field and process internal requests;
Maintain a high level of awareness of recruitment marketing activities across Harris Public Policy.
Administrative work including; tracking project details, researching competitors, archiving previous content and compiling meeting notes/creative briefs for internal distribution.
Assist with some graphic design projects including; updates to existing design files, development of new graphics and the ability to build upon current visual assets with new content and photos.
Excellent communication skills: Will be expected to confirm project assignments, deadlines and communicate project statuses.
Productive and can work independently as well as on a team.
Abilities in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and other like applications to create visual communications on brand and on time.
Professional, fun-loving, and open to constructive criticism.
Ability and willingness to contribute ideas and creative solutions to increase brand awareness, digital engagement, and visibility among prospect audiences.
Enjoy working with third parties such as video producers, freelance designers, copywriters and copyeditors when necessary.
Are somewhat experienced with content management systems, HTML and CSS.
Artistic, entrepreneurial, analytical AND detailed.
Education, Experience or Certifications:
Bachelor's degree required.
Master's degree preferred.
Understand the process of creating materials for print including terms like bleed, CMYK and DP required.
Understand the process of producing printed collateral, signage and promotional materials required.
Technical Knowledge and Skills:
Proficient and enjoy using Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and other like applications to create visual communications on brand and on time.
Somewhat experienced with HTML and CSS and willing to become proficient on your own time.
Employment Duration: Ability to start as soon as possible a plus. Through December 2018 with possibility to extend. Hours per week is 20- 37
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