The Division of Student and Campus Life (SCL) serves all Cornell students. Day in and day out, the Division strives to promote a transformative student experience where students can thrive in pursuit of their academic and personal goals.
As part of the SCL group, the Campus Life Marketing & Communications team oversee all aspects of SCL's strategic communication and marketing plans with goals of raising visibility of SCL activities and programs as well as create demand of SCL's products and services to Cornell's internal and external communities through coordinated messages and approaches.
As the Marketing and Communications Manager, under the direction of the Director of Marketing and Communications, this position is responsible for a wide-range of marketing strategy development for SCL's service areas (Residential & Event Services, Cornell Dining, Cornell Catering, and the Cornell Store). This includes market research, creative development, and implementation of marketing solutions, as well as delivery of promotional communication.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Coordination and support of our client needs to help identify marking/communication opportunities and develop appropriate strategies
Create, implement, and maintain marketing plans and schedules from implementation to follow up on each campaign and promotion, while adhering to deadlines, quality standards, and budget allowances
Collect and analyze data to gauge effective strategies and make future recommendations to drive business outcomes
Support the entire team by providing smooth, day-to-day flow of communication within department
Coordinate and supervise work for multiple student employees and interns
Bachelor's degree in related field and minimum three years' experience in marketing strategy development, or an equivalent combinations or educations and experience; 5 years related experience preferred.
Strong computer skills with knowledge of: Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, web content management tools, social media and mobile applications.
Demonstrated exceptional written and verbal communications skills with excellent proofreading and editing skills.
Experience with business analysis, market research, and analytics
Graphic design experience, and general understanding of publishing methods and requirements.
Must be able to work efficiently under competing deadlines and handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment.
Must be creative, innovative, and enjoy working independently as well as a contributing part of a team.
Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
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