Virginia Community College System - Digital Media Specialist, VCCS Office of Strategic Communications
Virginia Community College System
February 13, 2018
VA Community College Sys
The Digital Media Specialist, a part-time 20-29-hour per week position, will work under the direction of the VCCS Assistant Vice Chancellor for Strategic Communications. The Digital Media Specialist is a role for a talented individual who can apply a strong visual sense to the creative development and digital design of the VCCS website in support of the institutionâs mission and strategic goals. We are looking for a creative, thorough, and innovative team player who thrives in a demanding, fast-paced environment. Primary job duties involve providing graphic, video, and web design/development/support for the VCCS website. A successful applicant needs excellent project management and communication skills, as well as a willingness to contribute to team efforts by accomplishing related tasks as needed. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following: â¢Design, develop, manage, and maintain multiple web and design projects which may include interactive forums, online schedules, registrations and other interactive tools for conferences, events, workshops, and sessions; â¢Work with leadership to ascertain project needs, organization goals and brand values; and â¢Supports and communicates the mission, values, and culture of the organization.
Internal Number: 88817
About Virginia Community College System
Virginia's community colleges have a 40-year track record of educational excellence and innovation to serve the needs of our citizens and strengthen the Commonwealth?s economy. When Virginia?s General Assembly established the Virginia Community College System in 1966, the need for a comprehensive system was well known. Over the two decades after the end of World War II, leaders in government, business, professional sectors, and academia had called for a new approach to providing educational opportunity. A key concern was Virginia's ability to develop a skilled and knowledgeable workforce to expand the state's economy. Today our community colleges give every Virginian the opportunity to gain a quality education. With 23 colleges on 40 campuses located throughout the state, Virginia's Community Colleges are committed to serving Virginia families, helping them acquire the knowledge and skills to seize the opportunities of today and tomorrow.