Experience:
Not specified
Concerned about your lack of experience? Learn More...
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
10/28/2018
Job Category:
Marketing
Marketing & Communication Coordinator - Tech Prep #03652
(This job is no longer available)
loading
loading
School
Major
Grad Date
 
 

Not sure what types of jobs you are interested in?


Explore Jobs
Based on Your Education

Follow This Company
Share

Job Description

Sinclair Community College

Career Opportunities

Sinclair Community College is currently seeking talented qualified candidates for the following career opportunity:

Marketing & Communication Coordinator - Tech Prep (grant-funded) Job #03652

This position will plan, develop and implement compelling, benefit-driven content for a variety of marketing and communication projects including: web pages, advertising, video, email, and social media. The position facilitates and manages communication to internal and external partners, students, and their families in alignment with the goals and initiatives of the Tech Prep office. This position will meet the needs of the students, better preparing them for higher education and transition to high demand, high wage technology focused careers. This position will support the college’s objectives regarding community and economic development, local partnerships and student-centered learning.

Sinclair is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Veterans, Minorities, and those with disabilities to apply.


recblid lhokahigakkdkuoiurihgefw0qle5u

About Sinclair Community College

Sinclair Community College is operated by the Montgomery County Community College District and is part of the state system, which is coordinated by the Ohio Board of Regents. Trustees bring to the Board a wide range of experience from the business, industrial, and educational communities of the Dayton area. The nine-member Board for the college approves plans and internal policy decisions recommended by the President, administrative officers, faculty, and staff. Six trustees are appointed by the Montgomery County Commissioners and three by the Governor of Ohio. Members of the Board serve overlapping five-year terms and may be reappointed. The membership reflects a cross-section of the constituencies of the Dayton community. As granted under Ohio law, the Board has the power and authority to make final decisions about matters of educational policy, financial management, personnel appointments, and physical facilities development.