Want to be part of a new vision in a fast-paced, collaborative communications team? Want to work with content that aims to inspire and educate students, policy makers, and the public about our planet and sustainability?
Stanford is creating a new school focused on climate and sustainability, the first new school at the university in more than 70 years. Faculty, students, and staff will conduct research, education, and impact-focused activities that are inspired by, or helpful to, humanity's urgent need to create a future in which humans and nature thrive together in concert and in perpetuity.
The new school will comprise expanded academic departments (building on those in the existing School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, in other Stanford schools, and new departments), institutes (including the Woods Institute for the Environment and the Precourt Institute for Energy), the facilities of the Hopkins Marine Station, and a new sustainability accelerator, which will co-develop and translate policy and technology solutions at scale with external stakeholders.
The Digital Engagement and Marketing Specialist for Stanford's new school will assess, develop and implement a broad digital community strategy for this new organization, integrating and partnering with social media efforts across multiple units.
Your responsibilities will include *
Working closely with the Associate Dean for Communications in the new school, you will:
Benchmark best practice efforts in the field, recommend strategy, and create/implement content across social channels.
Maintain the school's current four social media platforms, creating written and video material for daily postings, shaping posts to support events, and executing 5X a year targeted campaigns.
Coordinate and monitor channels elsewhere at Stanford and globally for maximum outreach of Stanford research and educational programs to a variety of targeted audiences including prospective students, policy makers, scientists, and the public.
Monitor the brand and voice of multiple digital channels associated with the new school.
Liaise with internal stakeholders such as program teams, service teams, IT, and other campus partners to achieve program goals, source content, and ensure coordination.
Manage complaints, name use, and reputational issues in digital channels. This role will be a
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