Reporting to the Senior Associate Director of Development and Alumnae Communications, the Manager of Development and Alumnae Communications will be a key figure in supporting the work of the Development and Alumnae Relations Department with a variety of digital marketing and administrative responsibilities. This includes—but is not limited to—administration of the Development and Alumnae Relations websites; building, scheduling, and sending broadcast emails and event registration pages; tracking and reporting on analytics for the department's various digital platforms, and managing the calendar of communications for the office. These tasks are vital to increasing strategic thinking surrounding the various communications, streamlining processes related to organization and administration, and giving all communications that come from Development and Alumnae Relations a more unified identity, deepening engagement across all of our constituents. The Manager will also serve as a point of contact with various offices around the College for information related to Development and Alumnae Communications. *NOTE: The start date for this position is September 1, 2019 or later*
Department: Development Stewardship
Required Qualification Summary:
Bachelor's degree or the equivalent experience
Minimum 1 to 3 years of experience in digital marketing/communications, or related field
Superior written and oral communication skills
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