The Content Producer assists with and produces photo, video, and print content for Crown College’s social media, magazine, and internal/external communications, in addition to helping the Marketing department achieve strategic goals. This position reports to the Executive Director of Marketing.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:
Photo and Video
Capture campus life, academics, leadership, and athletics through photo and video
Produce film and video optimized for social media, web, and email
Editing skills with Adobe Creative Suite, including Premiere and After Effects; Final Cut Pro a plus.
Direct experience with large format printing, (signs, vinyl, banners, etc.) preferred but not required
Direct experience with promotional products preferred but not required.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Proficient with Mac computers
Adobe Creative Suite
Excellent written and spoken communication skills
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
Be in agreement with the Crown College Statement of Faith + Community Covenant
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Digital SLR proficient
Large Format Printing
Organization of Large-Scale Photo & Video Events
Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Marketing, or similar field
Advanced knowledge of and skill using Adobe Creative Suite
Crown College in St. Bonifacius, MN is conveniently located 30 miles west of the Twin Cities with close proximity to the cities of Waconia and Chanhassen. A distinctly Christian college, Crown recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, Crown is poised for growth in both its on-campus and online degree programs.
Crown College is affiliated with The Christian and Missionary Alliance, a denomination that has a 125 year history of focusing on the centrality of Jesus Christ and mobilizing workers to every corner of the world. Additionally, Crown College is accredited at the highest levels for Minnesota colleges and universities including The Higher Learning Commission of The North Central Association, the Minnesota state boards of teaching and nursing, and The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.