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Associate Director of Colorado Alumni Engagement

The Associate Director of Colorado Alumni Engagement is responsible for leading an engagement strategy to enhance relationships between the University and approximately 94,000 alumni throughout the state of Colorado (excluding Fort Collins) with an emphasis on the 58,000 alumni in the metro Denver area and key alumni population centers. Essential to this position is the ability to implement proven alumni engagement strategies as well as create innovative approaches to meet organizational goals. The successful candidate will have the ability to build collaborative relationships, both internally and externally; ability to facilitate change according to strategic priorities; and work independently, virtually and as an effective member of the team. This position will supervise two full time employees, the Assistant Director for Alumni Relations-Denver and the Manager of Denver Operations and Engagement and will report to the Director of Alumni Relations. This position is based out of the Alumni Association office located in downtown Denver, Colorado and will supervise the Denver-based team.

Communications Specialist

Position Summary
The Communication Specialist works with the Energy Institute Executive Team and administrative teams, through the critical role of developing, implementing, and maintaining a communication program for the Energy Institute. This position is responsible for building engagement with the Institute’s wide audience base (alumni, donors, students, prospective students, faculty, staff, industry partners) via planning, execution, and management of print and digital communication.

Assistant Director of Marketing

The Assistant Marketing Director, in conjunction with the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing, is responsible for developing creative marketing programs and activities which cultivate interest, support and revenue for Colorado State Athletics. This individual will oversee marketing initiatives, ticket sales and game production for the sports of Soccer, Women’s Basketball and Softball with a key focus on maximizing ticket revenue, increasing fan attendance and enhancing the Colorado State Athletics brand. This individual will oversee the youth fan organization, Cam’s Club, growing it and providing a great member experience. This individual will assist with the marketing operations and events for Football, Men’s Basketball and other sport programs as well as collaborate on student engagement activities.

Executive Director

The Executive Director is a full time leadership position in the division of Student Affairs at Colorado State University (CSU), reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Success. The Executive Director is responsible for the 2.5 million dollar budget and overall operation of the Career Center. This position oversees programs that educate students toward excellence in exploring, enhancing, explaining, and experiencing their future career plans. The Executive Director develops relationships with employers educating them on best practices for hiring CSU students for internships and full-time employment. This position collaborates with multiple campus administrators, Deans & Associate Deans from all of the colleges, faculty, and staff colleagues in support of University-wide initiatives and events, and works with students from multiple student led organizations. The Executive Director manages the Leadership Team and is responsible for ongoing supervision of all 64 employees to ensure the mission, goals and objectives of the organization are successfully accomplished. This position is designed for a visionary leader, who can communicate, collaborate, and manage a large competent staff and coordinate a complex campus-wide career services network. This position shares responsibility in projects and responsibilities related to the Division.

Assistant Director of Development for Foundation and Corporate Relations (ADoD FCR)

The College of Natural Sciences Office of the Dean invites applicants to fill a full-time position of Assistant Director of Development for Foundation and Corporate Relations (ADoD FCR) with a start date of August 28, 2017 or earlier.
The ADoD FCR is a 12-month, regular administrative professional appointment. As a member of the College of Natural Sciences team, the ADoD FCR is primarily responsible for developing and managing a portfolio of current and new prospects with interests in the departments and programs and facilities within the College of Natural Sciences. Responsibilities include coordinating the identification, strategic cultivation, solicitation, stewardship, and other activities related to seeking corporate and foundation investments as well as individual donations in the College and the University. This position reports directly to the Executive Director of Development for the College of Natural Sciences (EDoD CNS).

News Director

The News Director manages a team of news professionals to advance the reputation of the university through telling compelling stories of its research, faculty, students and staff in a way that is meaningful and clearly demonstrates the positive impact on humanity and the innovative nature of the work. The primary goals of the unit are to ensure that university research and other stories of positively impacting humanity and innovation are being picked up and shared by targeted media and external partners, and shared via strategic social media channels. The Director will create goals and a strategy for the targeted areas of media in which the university wants to develop a presence, the metrics related to those targeted markets, and processes under the guidance of the AVC for Strategic Media Relations and with input from the senior management of the university. The Director works with other internal managers to leverage talent in units across the university to coordinate on – and strategically share – the best stories from across the university to further leverage media coverage. The Director will also collaborate with the Strategic Relations team to ensure that content is deployed in the most strategic internal and community channels. The Director collaborates regularly with communicators across campus to find the most compelling stories, assign coverage and coordinate on and plan high-level campus announcements.

Content Production Editor

The College of Media, Communication and Information (CMCI) at CU Boulder is accepting applications for a Content Production Editor. This position will develop CMCI content for web, social media, print and other platforms, including information gathering, writing, editing and working with the communications team to implement distribution. In addition, this person will coordinate multimedia materials including photography, audio and video production, track newsworthy research and events for news releases and feature stories, and develop and pitching and distribution strategy and track results.

Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Fund

The Director of Alumni Relations and the Annual Fund reports to the Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and serves as a member of the University Advancement team. The Director is responsible for managing all aspects of the Alumni and Friends Association and the annual fund.

Director of Public Relations

The Director of Public Relations works as part of the Marketing and Communications team with strategic direction from the FRCC President and supervision from the Director of Marketing. Directs college communication and sets the direction for the writing and internal communication for the college. Ensures that the communication strategy both internally and externally is consistent and reflects the college’s strategic vision and promotes the FRCC brand. Develops and implements creative ways to promote FRCC.

Coordinator of Student Communication and Social Media

Reporting to the AVP Enrollment Management and Student Success (EMSS), the Coordinator of Student Communication and Social Media ensures consistent messaging and tone of voice in college communications to students. With oversight of all college-wide outbound electronic student communications sent through FRCC’s mass communications systems, the, including Recruit, Connect-Ed and Trumpia communication. The Coordinator ensures messages are not duplicated, are consistent, and have necessary approvals before being sent. The Coordinator consults with Student Affairs departments to develop messaging and acts as a liaison between these departments and the FRCC Communications Team. Together, these stakeholders determine which communication methods are most appropriate for each message and coordinates with final decisions and approval made by the College-wide Communications Team.

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