Role/Level/Range: ATP/4/PE Starting Salary Range: $67,114 - $92,218 Employee group: Full-Time Schedule: M-F; 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Employee subgroup: Exempt Location: Baltimore, MD Department name: Berman Inst of Bioethics-Dev/Comm Personnel area: Academic and Business Centers
The Communication and Marketing Manager will provide vision, leadership, policy formulation, development for, and management of an integrated communications and marketing program to promote and advance the initiatives of the Berman Institute of Bioethics (BI). The primary function of this role, who reports to the Senior Director of External Relations, is to promote the BI by cultivating recognition of its accomplishments, bring visibility to development opportunities and successes, and provide context and relevance of its academic programs.
Develop and implement an integrated, comprehensive communications and marketing plan for the BI; work creatively and collaboratively with faculty and staff to assist in their outreach efforts as part of a comprehensive communications and marketing strategy including media relations; and with Development Team to develop and implement stewardship strategy, including templates, timing, drafting and execution of donor acknowledgements; and promote philanthropic or grant funding received by the BI.
This position will work to promote the BI with constituencies throughout the university by developing methods and materials to ensure that external and internal audiences are made aware of the Institute's activities; strategize and implement a plan for media relations; oversee production of all printed and electronic development communications shared with its external and internal audiences; and determine content, contribute to writing, and manage production of the Institute's stewardship process, and content for the Institute's website, development publications, newsletters, brochure texts, articles, and seasonal and special communications.
In addition, he or she will direct all written and graphical elements working in collaboration with the university's Development and Alumni Relations Office of Communications to promote the Institute through press releases, articles, and calendar listings and generating story ideas for university development publications. The successful candidate will serve as a member of the Institute's Development and Alumni Relations Management Team.
Bachelor's Degree required in a related field. Seven years progressively responsible related experience in Marketing and or Communications, preferably in an academic environment. Advanced degree may substitute for some experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Must have knowledge of web-based marketing, market analysis, and web development.
Exceptional ability to communicate through written materials a must, as is previous publication experience and the ability to translate technical concepts into broadly accessible stories.
Additional evidence of proven leadership skills.
Ability to build relationships across organization.
Work well with diverse constituencies.
Ability to work independently, as well as in a team, in a deadline-oriented setting.
Excellent verbal communication and organizational skills.
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