Digital Media Student Worker
- Curate, organize, and schedule content for social media platforms via Hootsuite (i.e., Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.)
- Assist with social media moderation (i.e., replies, comments, messages, etc.)
- Develop and coordinate social media campaigns (e.g., Step Up for State, 3MT Competition, Graduate Student Appreciation Week)
- Create publicity/marketing materials for The Graduate College’s initiatives utilizing Adobe Creative Cloud and Canva
- Assist with The Graduate College’s website maintenance and creative needs, such as videos
Assist with other digital communications-related projects (as needed)
- GradBulletin, The Graduate College’s weekly newsletter
- Grad Impact submissions (i.e., graduate student stories
- Apply your education to real-world work and develop relevant skills and expertise
- Practical experience in the creation of online presence, marketing, and other digital communications
- Gain technical skills in Adobe Creative Suite, Hootsuite, web design, and more to demonstrate to future employers
- Flexible scheduling to work around classes and commitments
- Regularly admitted to an undergraduate or graduate degree program at Texas State University
- Enrolled in at least six hours during the Spring 2024 semester
- Good academic standing
- Interest in digital communications strategies and technologies
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work independently and take initiative
- Impeccable proofreading skills and attention to detail
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Currently pursuing a degree in communications, digital media, public relations, marketing, advertising, journalism, electronic media, or related field
- Experience with leading social media platforms (i.e., Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Linked In, etc.)
- Experience with web design
- Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite
Terms of employment:
- In-office position (San Marcos campus)
- This position reports to the Publications Writer of The Graduate College.
- The duration of this position is for the Spring 2024 semester and potentially renewable for the Fall 2024 semester based on performance.
- The commitment for this position is 20-25 hours per week (flexible schedule between Monday and Friday).
- When the university/office is closed on weekends/holidays, students will not be working.
Physical requirements include the ability to lift/carry up to 10-15 pounds occasionally, and the ability to operate computers, telephones, and office equipment. Subject to sitting, client/customer contact, standing, walking, vision to monitor, repetitive motion, stooping/kneeling, squatting, bending, and reaching to perform essential functions.
To apply, submit a resume, cover letter, and one writing sample.