The Marketing Content Developer is a member of the Office of Donor and Alumni Communications (DAC) team within the Division of University Advancement. He or she will deliver quality content pieces that appeal to our audiences, attract customers and boost brand awareness. The position requires excellent writing and editing skills, strong organizational skills and attention to detail and deadlines.
The Marketing Content Developer is responsible for:
Ideation, creation and production of compelling content that includes news articles and stories, website copy, social media content, video script development, advertising copy, program and service descriptions, invitation copy, and remarks and talking points.
Adhering to the division's overall strategic objectives and adding value by actively engaging customers/stakeholders and maintaining a cohesive brand voice.
Interfacing with divisional colleagues as well as with school-based communications professionals to gather facts and disseminate messages throughout UB channels.
University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Bachelor's degree in English, communications, journalism, marketing, writing or related field
One or more years of effective and relevant professional experience
Proven writing and editing skills, including an ability to adapt tone and style for different media and target audiences and knowledge of editorial style (AP or Chicago)
Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office
Demonstrated attention to detail, strong time-management and organizational skills, ability to complete assignments on time and successfully handle multiple assignments simultaneously
Be self-motivated and able to work independently with minimal supervision
Successful track record of working effectively with colleagues of all levels; able to work well on a team and forge strong, collaborative relationships with clients, colleagues and freelance contributors
Master's degree in English, communications, journalism, writing or related field
Three or more years of effective and relevant professional experience
Familiarity with content management systems and editorial planning
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