Chief Communications Officer
The Chief Communications Officer develops, implements, and measures
the marketing and communications strategy for the University
including integrated marketing across channels, branding, media
relations, internal communications and social media. Serves as a
key member of the President’s Cabinet, and directly reports to the
Supervisory responsibilities: Marketing and Communications
ESSENTIAL DUTIES :
- Works closely with other senior leaders to plan, prioritize,
and deliver achievable projects that advance the University’s
- Develops and implements strategic communications and marketing
campaigns to promote the University’s brand.
- Develops communications to internal and external stakeholders
to ensure the University’s priorities are clearly communicated and
reflect stakeholders’ feedback.
- Oversees the creative team that provides creative assets for
enrollment management and development.
- Provides strategic communication support to the University’s
- Manages internal communications.
- Works to assist in managing media relations and the
University’s public image.
- Provides strategic leadership and management for the Marketing
and Communications team.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Communication,
Marketing, Journalism, or related area
- Two years’ experience in public relations and/or marketing,
higher education administration, community engagement, brand
management, digital media
- Valid Driver’s License
- Creative, visionary, and innovative
- Integrated marketing plans and strategies
- Brand management best practices and procedures
- Media relations plans and strategies
- Publications practices and procedures
- Digital and social media
- Strategic thinking
- Public relations
- Strong written and oral communication
- Project management
- Dynamic leadership
- Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction
with colleagues and the public
- Emergency communication/management and ability to manage
- Master’s degree
- Experience in higher education work environments at the local
and state levels
- Experience leading teams
- Sedentary Work
- Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a
negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry,
push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.
Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are
sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally
and all other sedentary criteria are met.
May require some travel
May require some nights and weekends
Review of applications will commence immediately until position
Hours of Work
Open Until Filled