Job: Part-time Graduate Student Marketing Assistant

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The Payson Center for International Development is looking for a graduate student to assist with Web and print-based marketing and social media for the Payson Center for International Development with an availability of 10 to 15 hours a week.

Job Duties will include the following:

  1. Write and edit copy for media releases, blogs and other Web site content.
  2. Assist in the development of Web, email and print marketing materials.
  3. Support and encourage fellow graduate students to add People Bios and Blog posts on the Payson Center Web site.
  4. Formulate a video interview series that highlights expertise and experience of Payson faculty, staff and students
  5. Research and report on marketing and Web site trends of International (Global) Development graduate school competitors.
  6. Prepare progress reports/status updates monthly/weekly for assigned tasks and initiatives.

Required Qualifications:

  1. Strong creative writing skills.
  2. Knowledge of how to write for the Web with an understanding of Web usability standards.
  3. Experience developing marketing materials across platforms.
  4. Familiarity with social media platforms and social media reporting.

Desired Qualifications:

  1. Some knowledge of Content Management Systems (CMS) and HTML.
  2. Some experience with Adobe Creative Cloud applications with emphasis on Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
  3. Video and photographic production experience.

In support of your application:

Contacted applicants should be prepared to submit a marketing writing sample such as a blog entry or media release and provide a portfolio of photographic, video or social media projects.

Apply Now

Applicants will need to apply to Job Listing: 3646380 on the Tulane Univeristy College Central Network Services Student Central Jobs' Web site where they will need to create a user account before being able to apply for the position. The deadline for application is October 5, 2014.

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