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Marketing Assistant – Digital Media Chandler Center for the Arts

This position is a part-time, 19 hour per week, non-benefited position. Scheduled work hours will generally occur during the week in the daytime, with some evenings possible to provide support as needed at shows. Under the direction of the Marketing and Communications Coordinator, this position is a member of the team charged with achieving annual sales and awareness goals. The primary duties include maintaining the CCA brand on the website and social media platforms, as well as providing design, engaging analytics and assisting staff with other duties as assigned. Ideal candidates are excellent communicators, detail-oriented, strategic and reliable, with a passion for the arts or serving the community.


Digital Content Specialist University of Arizona

The Division of the CIO within The University of Arizona is looking to hire two (2) Digital Content Specialists. The Digital Content Specialist develops and sustains a user-centered content strategy for the Division of the CIO, guiding the creation and delivery of content across communication channels, with a focus on digital and web content. As a member of the Communications & Marketing team, this role will work independently and with other teams in the Division to gather, write, edit, and organize content on multiple online platforms. The Digital Content Specialist will be responsible for managing the CIO’s public-facing web presence and other websites within its portfolio as well as oversee website analytics. This role will establish content workflows to ensure that content meets both user needs and organizational goals. The Digital Content Specialist will also consult with stakeholders on content provided through tutorials, social media channels, digital and print signage, and promotional material.

This position provides the flexibility to work remotely within the state of Arizona.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States.
Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state and optional retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

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The Division of CIO is a $70 M organization of approximately 300 employees responsible for providing enterprise network, telecommunications, computing, and data services to the University of Arizona. It offers a broad array of services to the university community ranging from deploying and managing the campus’ wired and wireless networks to stewardship of the administrative applications that support the HR, payroll, finance, and student lifecycle management activities of the institution. Also, it recently unveiled its next-generation high performance computing environment to support the computationally intensive needs of UA research faculty.

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