1) Act as day-day lead for marketing planning and execution for various academic and professional programs 2) Lead regular update meetings with program team members 3) Develop creative briefs and closely collaborate with the design team on creative development and project execution 4) Manage information flow between marketing and enrollment management teams for event creation and communication, and prospect leads 5) Proofread marketing materials to ensure that they follow the Chicago Manual of Style prior to publication
Unit- preferred Competencies: 1) Experience using social media and online/digital communications to reach an audience 2) Experience managing creative development across traditional and digital platforms 3) Ability to work across a portfolio of programs/products
Experience 1) A minimum of one year of direct experience in professional programs marketing 2) Experience in Higher Education and/or an academic environment committed to the highest level of academic standards of integrity and quality 3) Familiarity with the University of Chicago
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