Creative Content and Digital Media Coordinator (Part-time)
Stevens Institute of Technology
Location: Hoboken, New Jersey
Type: Part Time
Assistant & Associate Communications/Sports Info/Media Relations Dir (perm.)
Creative and Digital Media
Competitive hourly rate for average of 20-30 hours per week.
Develop and direct dynamic, engaging and visually appealing content for the department’s social media channels, including the creation and implementation of yearly social media strategies and plans;
Capture and edit photography, as needed;
Produce graphics and video, as needed, to support content efforts that will be expected to grow the visibility and brand for Stevens Athletics;
Design and create graphic templates for sport specific digital media purposes;
Work together with the department to provide oversight and strategic direction of all videography and graphic design endeavors including, features, team media shoots, interviews and more;
Oversee the organization and archival of department media and video assets;
Mentor and hire student workers to assist with digital needs;
Proven knowledge of shooting, editing, and producing video and photos through industry-standard software;
Proficiency in content creation for social media strategies and implementation across platforms;
Proficiency with all Adobe Creative Suite offerings or similar software.
Those interested in the position should submit an online application here.
Additionally, please email the following in a single email to Charles O’Brien, Assistant Athletic Director for Communications (firstname.lastname@example.org): cover letter resume; samples of: photography, video and graphic design (a link to a professional portfolio would be also be accepted) and a minimum of three professional references.
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