Manager Communications and Marketing – OSU Div of Agricultural Sci & Nat Rsrcs

Stillwater, OK • Full-Time • Bachelor's Degree Required

Job Summary

Who We Are: We are committed to expanding minds and inspiring purpose. The Ferguson College of Agriculture provides opportunities for you to gain knowledge in your major, as well as outside your major. Our passion is helping you embrace your potential, and giving you the tools to make the most of your education. As a land-grant institution, we work in collaboration with the OSU Extension and the OSU Ag Research to provide great breadth and exceptional quality in teaching, advising, research, extension and service. For more information, please visit: Position Information: The communications and marketing manager for the Ferguson College of Agriculture requires the ability to think strategically, a desire to lead a fast-paced creative team and contribute to an integrated communications department. The manager is headquartered in the OSU Agricultural Communications Services unit. This individual will have a proven track record for supervising a creative team focused on integrated strategic communications. The manager works closely with the Associate Dean and leadership of the college to develop and implement appropriate content across multiple communications platforms in order to highlight the college and the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources within the OSU community, as well as the state, region and country. Responsibilities: The manager facilitates and collaborates on a wide variety of communications and marketing initiatives involving students, faculty and academic programs. Projects include marketing strategy, graphic design, website content, social media, crisis communications and risk management collaboration, media relations, press releases, newsletter content development, video production, photography and special events. Provide overall audience strategy, social media planning and event promotion. Supervise direct reports, initiate and implement timely ideas, write copy, edit, design, photograph and/or video, and present the finished products to the intended audiences. The manager supervises 1 full-time creative communications specialist, 1 full-time digital communications specialist, 1-2 Graduate Teaching Assistants (.50 FTE), and 1-3 Undergraduate Interns.

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