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Songs Against Slavery - PR + Marketing 1

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Posting Details

POSITION INFORMATION

Position Title Songs Against Slavery - PR + Marketing 1
Posting Number ST01226
Posting date 08/01/2017
Closing date 10/01/2017
Job Type
Internal Job Category Student Employment
Hourly Rate $11.00
Position Purpose

SAS is looking for someone who is passionate about social media, brand consistency, and marketing.

Job Functions

Job Function

• Managing/expanding social media
• Reaching out to bloggers/magazines
• Expanding our brand (networking)

Job Function

• Marketing our events and developing strategies on how to best do this

Job Function

• Managing PR of concerts which includes finalizing press releases, sending out press releases, following up with press, organizing street teams, etc.

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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

• Passionate about and experienced in social media, brand consistency, and marketing.
• Creative and flexible

Experience
Education

Must be enrolled as a current student at Belmont University.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions

This is an off-campus position and applicants MUST have Federal Work Study and reliable means of transportation.

SAS Office (The Entrepreneur Center)
41 PEABODY STREET
NASHVILLE, TN , 37210)

Additional Information
Special instructions to applicants

All students are required to read the BU Student Employment Policy prior to submitting an application.
All Federal Work-Study students should read the program rules and regulations located at http://www.belmont.edu/sfs/employment/fws.html

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * Does your financial aid award for this school year include federal work study?
    • Yes
    • No

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Resume/C.V.
  2. Cover Letter
Optional Documents