Senior Marketing Associate - University of Nebraska (Posted 5/4)

The Senior Marketing Associate is responsible for project management and communication/marketing support for University Affairs. He or she organizes communication-related activities that include University Affairs staff, the web team, campus communication staff, and clients. He or she proactively guides communication projects through the system, keeps detailed records of the life of the project and manages schedules and budgets for each project.

This position contributes to new and existing communication and marketing strategies; assists with some programs and projects and develops/executes others independently. It is critical for the Senior Marketing Associate to be extremely detail-oriented, organized and collaborative. They will be involved in working with the Asst. VP/Director of Marketing on branding, strategy and planning; it will be important to quickly understand the University of Nebraska’s goals, key initiatives, target markets, product/service offerings, and challenges.

ABOUT UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS:
The University Affairs team provides strategic communications and marketing, PR and media relations, events, and state/federal government advocacy for the University of Nebraska system- supporting the advancement of NU’s reputation statewide, nationally and internationally.

Qualifications: Qualified applicants must have a four-year degree, preferably in communication, marketing or a related field. Must also have one to two years of professional experience in marketing or communications project management. This would include working with communication channels, processes and workflows. It also includes editing/proof reading, web content/email management and social media management. An equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge is acquired may be considered.

Salary: $39,800/year minimum

Application Deadline: May close at any time, open until filled

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