Job Description:PVN #: N023
Closing Date: Open until filled
Department: Professional Education and Workplace Learning
Program: Academy for Community Behavioral Health
Location: Hybrid (on-campus and remote work required)
The CUNY School of Professional Studies:
As New York’s leader in online education since 2006, the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) offers the most online bachelor’s and master’s degree options at the City University of New York, and serves as the University’s only undergraduate all-transfer college. With 24 degrees and numerous other non-degree and grant-funded workplace learning programs, CUNY SPS meets the needs of adults who wish to finish a bachelor’s degree, progress from an associate’s degree, earn a master’s degree or certificate in a specialized field, and advance in the workplace or change careers. Consistently ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report for its quality online offerings, and noted for its soaring growth and enrollment, CUNY SPS has emerged as a nationwide leader in online education. The School’s renowned and affordable online programs—which offer in-state tuition to all students regardless of where they live—ensure that busy working adults may fulfill their educational goals on their own time and schedule.
Within CUNY SPS, the Office of Professional Education and Workplace Learning (PEWL) designs custom workplace learning programs to help organizations achieve their goals. To our partnerships, we bring knowledge of research-based learning practices as well as experience in developing innovative programs.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Manager, the Marketing Assistant will assist the CUNY SPS Office of Marketing and Communications with activities to help promote the Academy for Community Behavioral Health, a program offered in partnership with the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity and the Mayor’s Office for Community Mental Health, including:
• Writing copy to be used in email, social media and other advertising efforts
• Creating and posting social media content to market Academy offerings, in coordination with Academy staff and the CUNY SPS social media team
• Research NYC community-based organizations and other non-profit social service providers or networks not currently on Academy outreach lists that could benefit from Academy programming.
• Tracking outreach efforts and maintaining current mailing list
• Monitoring responses to outreach (e.g. mailing list sign-ups; course registrations, applications, or enrollments) and providing the Academy team with status updates
• Updating the Academy’s website, as needed
• Other duties as assigned
• Bachelor’s Degree required
• A minimum of two years of experience in marketing, communications, advertising, or related field
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills
• Demonstrated organizational skills and proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Strong computer skills required; specifically, proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and the ability to work on both PC and Mac platforms required
• Experiencing developing clear and effective marketing content, such as social media content, outreach emails, event fliers, and website content
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, demanding and complex work environment
• Experience in Swoogo a plus
• Working knowledge of graphic design and video editing programs a plus
Salary Range: $46.49 – $52.56 per hour (hourly rate, which is based on the CUNY’s non-teaching adjunct salary scale, is commensurate with experience and qualifications).
Hours: Part-time (approximately 15 hours per week)
Please send resume, cover letter and contact information of three (3) professional references to:
Marketing Assistant/Non-Teaching Adjunct Search
Marissa Armanios, Marketing and Digital Communications Manager
CUNY SPS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/IRCA/Americans with Disabilities Act Employer:
The CUNY School of Professional Studies complies with the Clery Act and copies of its annual report on security policies and statistics are available in its Security Office.
All prospective candidates must be able to be certified as eligible to work under the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
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