The Assistant Director of Marketing provides leadership, vision, and oversight of departmental marketing efforts implementing an integrated marketing plan aimed at producing specific, targeted marketing objectives for the Lory Student Center. For a full job description: https://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/103730.CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
The mission of the Lory Student Center (LSC) is to serve as a student-centered organization at the heart of campus, providing programs and services that create an inclusive community and inspire active, engaged learning. As an auxiliary enterprise within the Division of Student Affairs, the LSC is a comprehensive student union recognized nationally as one of the leading university centers. The LSC annual operating budget is approximately $40 million. Nearly 125 full-time career staff and 650 student and hourly staff serve approximately 24,000 people entering the facility on a daily basis and hosts approximately 13,000 annual events and meetings. Areas within the Lory Student Center include the CSU Bookstore; Campus Activities; Lory Dining Services; Marketing; Operations; Student Leadership, Involvement & Community Engagement (SLiCE); and an extensive array of business and service partners.
Lory Student Center Marketing oversees all aspects of communications for this campus hub, including marketing support for all departments part of the LSC cluster, building digital signs and way-finding, coordination of university branding, graphic design, website, and social media channels, and public relations and issues management. Department website: www.lsc.colostate.edu
The work of LSC staff members is guided by and in alignment with CSU’s Principles of Community, the Division of Student Affairs Values, and the Lory Student Center Mission.
Degree from an accredited institution of higher education in graphic design, art, communications, journalism and media communications, multimedia, marketing, or related field, with a minimum of three years full-time professional experience in communications, marketing or public relations; OR degree in unrelated field with a minimum of five years’ experience in design or communication field
Master of Science/Art degree in related field can be substitute for two years’ professional experience
Demonstrated experience and expertise in graphic design (both digital and print), which includes managing projects from start to finish (concept development, design, routing, pre-press, print coordination, delivery logistics, installation, implementation, etc.)
Demonstrated project management experience including the ability to manage multiple projects at one time with attention to detail
Demonstrated working knowledge of marketing processes, essentials of strategic planning to include responding to student/community feedback, project follow-up and measurement of outcomes with specific consideration for diversity and inclusion
Demonstrated working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) and Microsoft Office
Experience with file pre-press processes, including offset and digital printing