The purpose of this class is to provide support to The Office of
Institutional Advancement staff in the promotion of funded
projects, events and fundraising activities.
Bachelor’s degree in English, Public Relations, Marketing or
similar field. Experience in higher education and/or non-profit,
promoting special events and fundraising preferred. Proficient with
Online Express or similar e-mail marketing software. Experience
with Adobe, Raiser’s Edge, Net Community, Sitecore, social media
sites, and email online newsletter development tools
Class Specific Essential Duties
- Write articles, draft press releases and other written
materials that will promote projects and/or special events.
- Develop, implement and maintain publication schedule and plan
articles and materials to be submitted for possible publication
- Maintain record of publications (e.g. clippings) and past
- Work and collaborate with multiple departments within the
Institutional Advancement Office to identify and develop marketing
strategies to promote special projects, events and/or fundraising
opportunities to specific audience(s)
- Assist with special events and/or fundraising activities, such
as the CCBC Gala, Crab Feast, with duties such as taking photos,
doing follow up articles, etc.
- Maintain schedule of promotional timelines, deadlines, and
- Post content to social media sites and serve as the primary
point of contact for updating and promoting content.
- Update/contribute content on the CCBC website and Net Community
- Develop marketing materials to highlight events and fundraising
campaigns (i.e. save-the-date, flyers, & invitations).
- Design, create and coordinate schedule for division and
Essential Job Duties are intended to be examples of duties and are
not intended to be all inclusive. There will be other duties as
CCBC Part Time Benefits At A Glance
Supplemental (Retirement Annuities) 403(b) and 457(b)
- Tax-sheltered annuities – 403(b). Payroll salary reduction
authorization is needed. The form is available on SharePoint
Forms/Human Resources Forms.
The 403(b) supplemental retirement plan is available to all CCBC
employees (Adjunct Faculty, Part Time Associates and Full Time
- Roth 403(b) is a savings feature that is available when you
open a 403(b) account. The Roth 403(b) savings feature allows
employees to contribute after-tax dollars and then withdraw
tax-free dollars from their account upon retirement. The Roth
403(b) savings feature is only offered by the following vendors:
TIAA-CREF and VOYA Financial Advisors, Inc. Adjunct Faculty, Part
Time Associates and Full Time employees are eligible to save for
retirement using the Roth 403(b) savings feature. Employees may
contribute traditional pre-tax 403(b) dollars and Roth 403(b)
post-tax dollars simultaneously. The savings limits are combined
for the Traditional 403(b) and the Roth 403(b) contributions.
- Deferred Compensation Plan — 457(b) offered through VOYA
Financial Advisors, Inc. The 457(b) salary reduction authorization
form is needed. The form is available on SharePoint Forms/Human
Free. Must obtain a parking permit from the Department of Public
Safety to use on all campuses.
Sick and Safe Leave
CCBC is pleased to offer paid sick and safe leave for part-time
employees. Paid sick and safe leave is earned by all part-time
employees including credit and non-credit adjunct faculty,
part-time associates and other part-time employees.