Job No: 514168
Work Type: On Campus
Location: Normal, Illinois
Title: #YourRedbirdLife Social Media Influencer
Employee Classification: Student Help Regular
Division Name: Student Affairs
Department: Vice President Student Affairs
Serve as one of a team of Social Media Influencers for the Division of Student Affairs. #YourRedbirdLife Social Media Influencers are the heartbeat of the Division of Student Affairs marketing outreach and community building efforts. Influencers activate their own personal networks and tap into a variety of groups and areas of campus to engage with #YourRedbirdLife social content. Influencers contribute to the increased engagement of students on social media in the following ways:
- Work with the Marketing team to create social media content
- Liking and following the Division of Student Affairs’ social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
- Liking, sharing, and retweeting posts on the Division’s social media platforms
- Commenting on posts on the Division’s social media platforms
- Attending various events throughout the Division of Student Affairs, offered by the Bone Student Center, Campus Dining, Campus Recreation, Career Center, Center for Civic Engagement, Dean of Students Office, Health Promotion and Wellness, University Housing, and University Police; and tagging the Division of Student Affairs in your own pictures using the hashtag #YourRedbirdLife
- Identifying new and innovative trends and opportunities in social media
- Reporting weekly progress to a Social Media Marketing Assistant
- Sharing all the Division’s contests on social media, as well as other high-priority topics
- Attending the Division of Student Affairs Marketing and Social Media Team meetings
- Participating in face to face outreach events and opportunities to increase students’ awareness of the Division of Student Affairs
Hours vary due to event timing.
August 29, 2022
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