Oakwood School is currently seeking a Communications Content Manager; responsibilities include:
Manages Oakwood’s social media platforms including authoring posts, and creating video, photos, and graphics that sustain a robust digital outreach and engagement strategy.
Works in collaboration with the Director of Communications to identify opportunities and manage paid social media campaigns, in coordination with the school’s overall marketing efforts.
Produces all written web content for public-facing parts of oakwoodschool.org with the goal of balancing the school’s distinct voice, constituent needs, and SEO-friendly language.
Assists in the planning, scheduling and execution of photo and video production; booking video crews, coordinate interview subjects, and providing general logistic support.
Manages event documentation, including photography, audio, and video. Collaborates with school stakeholders to schedule documentation, and coordinates dissemination of media to key constituents.
Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years of work experience in in public relations, communications or marketing field desired. Knowledge and experience with digital media and web asset creation and desktop publishing software and content management systems (Google Apps, Adobe Creative Suite, Blackbaud/Whipple Hill or comparable website CMS systems, iMovie or other video editing software), strong research, writing, and editing skills.
Please forward your resume and letter of interest to:
Oakwood School is an equal opportunity employer committed to cultural diversity in our workforce. www.oakwoodschool.org
About Oakwood School
Oakwood School is a K-12 coeducational day school in North Hollywood, California that opened its doors in 1951. The school has remained faithful to its original mission ever since: to create a diverse educational environment where young people are partners with the adults who teach them and learn from them; where the best means of preparing students for the future is to immerse them in the present; where a healthy learning environment requires joy and humor as well as rigorous intensity; and where students’ intellectual and aesthetic depth – along with their capacity for empathy and moral courage – emerge out of authentic engagement with their teachers, one another, and the world around them.