Part-Time Web and Content Producer
Company: Indiana University
Posted on: January 15, 2022
ARTS & SCIENCES; DEAN (BL-ARSD-IUBLA)
The College of Arts and Sciences Office of Communications and
Marketing manages a variety of digital platforms that supply the
information needs of the College's primary audiences (prospective
students and parents, current students, faculty, and staff). The
person in this role works with a team responsible for articulating
and amplifying the value of the College and its mission of
research, teaching, and service. Our primary charge is to support
the recruitment of new students to the College's degree programs
through compelling email, web, print, and social media marketing.
To support these processes, we seek a Content and Web Producer with
experience in creating and maintaining content for digital
Produce and manage content on the College's digital marketing
platforms under the direct supervision of the College's Director of
Communications and Marketing and Web Projects Manager. The CWP will
create and edit content, design, publish, and leverage content
across platforms to optimize its impact to audiences. The CWP must
work comfortably and flexibly as part of a team to manage multiple
projects simultaneously and meet established deadlines.
Content creation for the College's web platforms, including the
College website and department websites. Responsible for a variety
of content creation tasks including writing, editing, and
copyediting to maintain a compelling, rich, and relevant
information environment for the College and its departments and
programs. Works under the Director of Communications and Marketing
and the Web Projects Manager to determine project assignments and
deadlines. Obtaining, organizing, and managing visual assets,
permissions, approvals and other necessary aspects of content
development and management are also components of this role.
Works with the WCMS, LiveWhale, and other digital platforms to
design, produce, and display content for the College's websites,
creating high-quality web pages. Makes updates to College websites
and provides support to departments.
High school diploma or GED.
1 year of experience in communications, marketing, or related
Outstanding editing and copyediting skills.
Ability to work in a team environment, manage multiple projects,
and meet deadlines.
Ability to work competently in digital marketing platforms and
Willingness to train, adapt, and learn new skills in a
Detail oriented and possess excellent time management and
Working Conditions / Demands
This is a team, office environment, on campus position.
Equipment utilized: computers, cameras, digital marketing
Indiana University Bloomington campus.
Career Level: Temporary
Job Function: Temporary Hourly
Job Family: Temporary Regular
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