Hathaway Brown School has a rich 143-year history of educating and empowering girls. As Ohio’s oldest continually operating college-preparatory for girls, HB has earned a reputation for academic excellence and innovation in the region and around the country. Home of the signature Institute for 21st Century Education, HB has long been devoted to a fusion of cutting-edge curriculum and experiential learning. The HB community is a microcosm of the larger society, with students and faculty who bring a wide range of perspectives and life experiences and who hail from 89 different communities in Northeast Ohio. School divisions include the co-ed Infant & Toddler Center and Early Childhood program, along with top-notch all-girls educational offerings in grades K-12. HB is situated on a stunning 16-acre campus in Shaker Heights, Ohio—just minutes from the cultural attractions of downtown Cleveland.
The visuals and publications manager captures the character of Hathaway Brown School through design. The ideal candidate can bring ideas to life by creating attractive and cohesive designs for HB’s portfolio of digital and print marketing collateral, including publications, advertising, and web graphics.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Collaborate inter-departmentally to deliver creative solutions for marketing Advancement, Admission, academic, special events, and other HB initiatives
Conceptualize, design, and oversee the production of the semiannual Hathaway Brown alumnae magazine
Ability to plan and oversee the production process — timeline, layout/paper types, proofing, and vendor relations
Manage and design all aspects of HB’s advertising and sponsorship packages by completing ad buys, adhering to deadlines, maintaining media kits and spec sheets, and processing invoices
Create visuals for email communications and other digital initiatives, as needed
Update and publish HB’s identity guidelines to ensure internal compliance with brand standards
Serve as a clearinghouse for all school-generated graphic design
Assist in managing marketing and communication budget
Hire photographers regularly for school initiatives, special projects, website, and other marketing efforts
Photograph internal events and initiatives, as needed
Assist with the development, marketing, management, and documentation of school events
Other duties as assigned
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
A four-year degree in graphic design or related field
Proficiency using Adobe Creative Suite and other design technology
Experience in publication, print, and digital design
Detail oriented and able to balance multiple projects and deliver on deadline
Project management experience
Excellent written and verbal skills
Copywriting experience and knowledge of AP Style is a plus
Interested candidates should email resume and cover letter to the email address listed
An equal opportunity employer, Hathaway Brown believes that a multicultural perspective is an essential element of a 21st Century education, and values diversity in its student body, faculty, and staff. Compensation and opportunities for professional growth are exceptional.
Hathaway Brown is committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning community through our admission policies, hiring practices, professional development, curricular and extracurricular programming, and school culture. The representation and full engagement of the diverse points of view of individuals with varied life experiences is a source of strength and wisdom that enriches the learning environment and fuels innovation and growth, particularly as students are prepared for lives of strong character, public service, and leadership.
This is a full-time position that offers a competitive salary based on educational and work experience and a generous benefits package.
Hathaway Brown School, HR-MC
19600 North Park Boulevard, Shaker Heights, Ohio 44122
Hathaway Brown is a school for girls, and it's so much more. It’s a school for scientists and writers and artists and budding entrepreneurs. It’s a training ground for athletes and dancers and musicians and actresses. It’s a place where young people are empowered to ask questions, challenge conventions and explore opportunities.
And everything we do is guided by our motto: Non Scholae Sed Vitae Discimus - We Learn Not For School, But For Life.
Since 1876, HB has given students the tools they need to confidently embrace all the possibilities that exist for them beyond our Shaker Heights campus. The faculty’s dedication to hands-on experiential learning at all levels can be observed every day in the classrooms, libraries, science labs, theatres, dance studios and art rooms, as well as on the athletic fields. In addition to the superior academic preparation they receive, at every turn HB students are inspired to become the best people they can be. We encourage girls of all ages and boys in our Early Childhood program to take chances, stretch their minds, work together, and pick themselves up and start over when they need to. The results of this philosophical approach are both ...astounding and humbling. Through the years, we’ve amassed more than our fair share of awards and accolades in every discipline you can imagine. Students continually perform with notable distinction on high-level tests and in the rate at which they’re accepted to their first-choice, top-tier colleges and universities. But no matter how well they fare by these measures, all of our students are able to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom to their lives. They know how to test theories, challenge conventions, find beauty in overlooked places, implement creative solutions, and lend a hand where it’s needed. Wherever they go from here, HB graduates bring strong character, unparalleled intelligence, unbridled enthusiasm, and an unquenchable thirst for knowledge along with them.