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Social Media Strategist Part-Time Administrative University City Pre-Junior
Social Media Strategist Part-Time Administrative University City Pre-Junior
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University City

Job Description

The Office of University Communications is seeking a creative and ambitious Social Media Strategist to manage, moderate and analyze Drexel University’s core social media accounts for its Marketing and Web Services Division.

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Marketing, the Social Media Strategist will manage day-to-day posts, create published content (including but not limited to photos, videos, graphics and copy) and monitor community engagement and feedback.

 The ideal candidate will have superlative oral and written communication skills, problem-solving abilities, and will be an active and avid consumer of social media trends and innovations. The Social Media Strategist will:

  • Manage Drexel’s core Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts (@drexeluniv)
  • Work closely with Media Relations and Publications personnel and collaborate with writers and editors to repurpose existing content for social media
  • Maintain a comprehensive social media content calendar to keep track of upcoming important dates and events, content requests, monthly reports and social copy
  • Use social media platforms to promote and cover events for various University entities
  • Pitch content and strategy to leadership to raise the bar for content and engagement
  • Monitor channel-specific metrics in the form of a monthly report with the objective of showing improvements in organic reach and engagement
  • Stay up-to-date on trends and other factors that influence social reach and engagement
  • Maintain excellent customer-service standards while adhering to University guidelines
  • Offer creative ideas to keep Drexel’s social media presence professional and informative while also exciting and engaging
  • Have fun engaging with the University’s many constituencies



• Applicant must be a rising junior, senior or graduate student • Experience managing Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts • Ability to work independently and collaboratively while adhering to tight deadlines • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Experience with data reporting and analysis • Strong organizational skills • Experience with graphic design and/or digital media a plus • Knowledge of popular mobile apps and editing programs a plus

Available Positions



University Communications


Contact Information

Carrie Roye