TITLE: Assistant to the Director of Strategic Communications
REPORTS TO: Director of Strategic Communications
DESCRIPTION: Xaverian Brothers High School is a Catholic college-preparatory school for young men founded in 1963. The school enrolls approximately 965 day students in grades 7-12 from over 60 communities in eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
The assistant to the director of strategic communications will report to the director of strategic communications and will provide support to the offices of advancement, admissions, technology, and student life.
Coordinate media requests and follow up as needed, while serving as the secondary media contact
Write and publish website and email newsletter content
Maintain the school’s social media accounts, including content creation and curation (includes Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Flickr)
Special event photography
Maintenance of on-campus electronic display boards
Promotional video creation
Assist with marketing plan, coordinating media buys and placements and ensuring that ad dates are met
Serve on the Communications Committee and the Website Oversight Committee
Assist with other external and internal communications duties as needed
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A bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, marketing, or PR with prior communications experience
The successful candidate must have excellent communication, analytical, and computer skills, and the ability to handle tasks simultaneously, as well as strong people skills.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), Google Drive, Adobe suite, Final Cut Pro or similar product, and experience with CMS preferred
Experience working with Blackbaud products, including Raiser’s Edge and the “On” suite is a plus
Previous experience capturing and analyzing website and social media insights and analytics preferred
Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood, MA is a Catholic, college-preparatory school for young men founded in 1963. The school enrolls approximately 965 day students in grades 7-12 from over 60 communities in eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.