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Paid Marketing Intern
Chamber Music Tulsa

Posted 04/16/2015

To apply: Please send a resume and cover letter by email to:
For more information on Chamber Music Tulsa, visit

Chamber Music Tulsa is looking for a part-time paid intern for the summer months of 2015.


  • Excellent writing skills for press releases, PSAs, and other documents
  • Familiarity or experience with developing social media campaigns
  • Problem solving
  • Superb attention to detail
  • A basic knowledge of music will be helpful, but not required


We have several projects, some of which require creative thinking and writing. Others are data entry tasks that require attention to detail and some knowledge of music. Projects include, but are not limited to:

  • Write press releases for all six concerts in the upcoming season.
  • Write :30 PSAs for public radio for all six concerts in the upcoming season.
  • Write :15 paid spots for public radio for all six concert in the upcoming season.
  • Work with staff to develop the comprehensive social media plan for next season, including examining new ideas that have come from interviews of key arts/market execs, examining last season’s data and successes, and creating a master calendar.
  • Develop a quarterly donor newsletter template and first issue.
  • Enter all concert activities on online community calendars.
  • Catalog our CD collection. Develop a cataloging system so when we are looking for specific works or specific ensembles, we know what we already own.

Work on archive of musical works and ensembles presented over the past several decades. This is a very exciting project for us. The goal is to enter this data, currently on index cards, into an excel spreadsheet. The spreadsheet has already been created and is in use, but only contains data for the past 15 years. We have data back to the 1960s.

Paid position: 12-15 hours a week (hours and hourly rate negotiable; +/- $10 an hour). No

PACE Ticket Office Assistant
Tulsa Community College

Posted 02/17/2015

Application Website


This position will serve two functions. They will manage the Front of House for performances at the VanTrease PACE in both the Studio Theatre and the Main Stage. The position will also be responsible for working with the TCC Marketing Department to promote and market events in the PACE.


Requires an Associates degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism, Fine Arts or a related field. Excellent customer service preferred. Experience with marketing events preferred. Experience maintaining websites preferred.

Public Relations Coordinator
Rogers State University

Posted 02/09/2015


A complete application packet includes:

  • Letter of interest
  • Resume
  • Three professional writing samples
  • Application and EEO form

Application packet should be sent to:

Rogers State University
Attn: Human Resources
1701 W. Will Rogers Blvd.
Claremore, OK 74017


The Public Relations Coordinator plays an essential role in meeting the communications needs for the RSU Office of Public Relations, which is a full-service public relations and communications department serving a regional university campus.

Position Responsibilities:
Areas of responsibility of the Public Relations Coordinator include but are not limited to the following:

Work closely with the Director of Public Relations to develop strategic public relations/communications plans, and fully execute resulting strategies (including measurement), for the university’s three campuses in Claremore, Bartlesville, and Pryor, as well as the RSU Online program, and for the university’s various schools, departments, and programs.
Work with campus contacts to conceptualize and execute printed, online and multimedia deliverables that advance the university and its constituent units.

Seek out and deliver the university’s unique stories utilizing a variety of media.

Serve as project manager for a wide variety of public relations/marketing tools (online and print) including special events, electronic newsletters, view book, brochures, booklets, posters, postcards, and others.

Develop editorial content, including copy and photographs, for the university’s web site on an ongoing basis, working closely with the Web Marketing Specialist.

Develop and proactively execute effective uses of social media in advancing the university among various audiences. Monitor social media and respond to questions from students, journalists and members of the community. Examine trends in new and emerging media to best position the university.

Write and distribute news releases on a variety of topics to targeted media outlets in Claremore, Tulsa, and across the state. Work proactively to obtain positive coverage of the university in a variety of media and promptly respond to media inquiries for information.

Assist in the development (conceptualization, copywriting, design, placement, etc.) of advertising in a variety of media (social media, web, newspapers, radio, etc.) for the institution as a whole, and for various university departments.

Assist the Director of Public Relations in developing presentations, scripts, talking points, and speeches.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in communication, journalism, marketing, or related field

Professional experience (at least three years preferred) in communication, journalism, marketing, or related field at an educational institution, corporation, non-profit organization, or agency

Professional experience with social media strategy, execution, and metrics

Excellent written and oral communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills, and consistent ability to meet tight deadlines

Strong writing skills are essential

Ability to work effectively with people at all levels of an organization

Desired Qualifications:

Strong aptitude in Microsoft Office Suite, including Power Point

Experience in a content management system (WordPress preferred)

Experience in still photography and video shooting/editing

Coordinator of Digital Content and Social Media
Rogers State University

Posted 02/09/2015


Rogers State University
Attn: Human Resources
1701 W. Will Rogers Blvd.
Claremore, OK 74017

Application Website


The Coordinator of Digital Content & Social Media facilitates a wide range of marketing and communication projects, adding special emphasis in creative digital content and social media strategies to support recruitment campaigns and other campus initiatives. This position reports to the Vice President of Enrollment Management and Marketing.

Primary Duties:

Coordinate social media activities and campaigns, including the selection of tools and design processes.

Develop and manage in-channel marketing activities and campaigns that advance institutional goals, as well as strategies that optimize SEO and SEM.

Produce short videos and perform all related production activities using a variety of software.

Produce occasional photographs for social media and websites.

Develop, implement and monitor campaign micro-sites while coordinating efforts with RSU staff, including the development of landing pages and monitoring associated web analytics.

Secondary Duties:

Recruit, train, and supervise volunteer student bloggers.
Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of experience in digital content and social media.

Preferred Qualifications:

Master’s degree.
Experience in higher education.

Knowledge and Skills:

Mastery of social media applications and relevant account management dashboards.

Proficiency in content management systems (WordPress preferred), Adobe Creative Suite, MS Office, search engine optimization, and video/audio production.

Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills as demonstrated by a well-executed portfolio.

Organized, detail-oriented, multi-tasker with the ability to meet deadlines while maintaining collegial relations.

Senior Communications Officer – Digital Media
Walton Family Foundation

Posted 02/03/2015

Application Website


The Senior Communications Officer will assist the Foundation’s overall communication efforts by managing the Foundation’s digital communications efforts, to include social media profiles, blogs and website and regularly analyze and report on digital communication performance. He or she will report to the Communications Director and work closely with the communications team and consultants, as well as with program and administrative staff from across the Foundation.

Specific duties will include:

  • Work with internal stakeholders to develop and execute strategic online communications that advance the Foundation’s goals.
  • Work with grantees across the country to capture the stories of their work, and subsequently telling their stories through online channels as needed: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, website, email, etc.
  • Manage the Foundation’s editorial and campaign calendars. Collaborate with teams across the Foundation to build calendars and source quality content from a range of contributors.
  • Monitor and report on effective key internal and external digital performance metrics and competitive analysis, including initiative launches and ongoing digital campaigns.
  • Increase stakeholder engagement across all digital communications channels.
  • Management of the Foundation’s website, to include content generation, publishing, design, tracking of analytics, platform upgrades and integration into other services.
  • Assist with planning, designing, and populating a new Foundation website optimized for attracting and engaging target audiences and employing an effective balance of information, story narrative, and data visualization/infographics, photos and illustrations.
  • Overall management of all Foundation social media channels, to include ongoing monitoring, updating of content, responding to followers and creation of content.
  • Create and manage modern, data-driven social media campaigns from start to finish: initial conception, planning, goal setting, executing, monitoring, analyzing and reporting.

Qualifications and Experience

The Senior Communications Officer should ideally possess the following professional qualifications and personal attributes:

  • A commitment to the mission of the Walton Family Foundation and a passion for one or more of the focus areas.
  • At least three years’ experience in a professional setting, ideally with a strong focus on organic and paid social media strategy and content creation.
  • Advanced proficiency with website management, social media tools and associated platforms.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to create compelling online stories, both narratively and visually.
  • A strong understanding of optimizing social media content in order to drive organic engagement; specifically on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Ability to stay abreast of the latest social media tactics, platform updates and enhancements, strategies and best practices.
  • Ability to analyze social content performance and optimize future communications accordingly.
  • Ability to be a self-starter; experience and aptitude managing long-distance internal and external relationships.
  • Unquestionable ethics and personal integrity.
  • Diplomatic approach and an innate understanding of customer service.
  • Demonstrated competency with graphic arts layout, print and development experience. Strong familiarity with cutting-edge content management systems, Adobe Design Suite, Microsoft Office and the latest trends in digital analytics.
  • A high level of discretion and confidentiality for both business and personal affairs.
  • Bachelors’ degree in a relevant field required (e.g., journalism, communications or other media-related field).