Create content for social media and other digital marketing to help Providence College increase brand awareness, build community, and advance the College's strategic goals related to admission, advancement, and other imperatives.
Schedule and compose social media posts, attend events to take photos and shoot video, edit photos and videos, create graphics for sharing in social media, and solicit user-generated content.
Recruit student influencers who create content under the coordinator's supervisors. Manage student influencer social media projects from conceptualization through posting.
Monitor conversations in the College's social media channels and respond to comments and private messages. Collect tips/suggestions and content useful for planning future posts.
Provide social media analysis for planning purposes. Collect data from native social media platforms and content management systems on Providence College social media content and that of competitor/similar institutions.
Lead social media research and monitoring efforts. Research new technologies, such as emerging platforms, new features, and tools for content creations. Monitor competitors for content ideas. Research trends and cultural references. Research PC's history and track current events to probe for timely content
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