Hire Me (Higher Ed Social Media Manager)

Hi,

I’m Geoff Campbell and want to be your school’s next social media manager starting as early as June 3rd.

Here’s a bit about my experience.

I have hands-on experience managing institutional social media accounts, writing a comprehensive social media policy and drafting/implementing social media strategy.

In the last seven months, I’ve written in-depth (Case Study: Broadcast AND Engagement Triumph in Social Media) and on-topic (Want a Job Using Social Media? Work on Your Klout) web posts. I’ve learned graphic design using Adobe CS6 (InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop). In addition, I’ve improved my photography skills and will soon have HD video samples to share thanks to professional training here at Newhouse (today was a close look at Final Cut Pro X).

I’ve extensively researched (and will study and write further on social media and its role in higher education). I have a solid understanding (which will grow exponentially over the next three months) of the most relevant social media platforms, digital marketing/brand strategy, public relations, analytics, SEO, SEM, and monitoring tools that are relevant to higher ed.

If you want to know a bit more about my experience look at this Storify post, my Communications Assistant details, my writing and work samples, and my LinkedIn profile.

If you’re in a position to hire someone like me in June please contact me through this page, via e-mail, on Twitter, or even Google+ at your convenience.

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About Geoff Campbell

Geoff Campbell is the Digital Communications Coordinator for Hebron Academy.

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