Marketing and Digital Content Manager
Founded in 1834, the East Tennessee Historical Society (ETHS), one of the oldest and most distinguished organizations of its kind in the country, seeks qualified candidates to apply for the position of Marketing and Digital Content Manager. Headquartered in Knoxville, the ETHS serves a 35 county region with its mission “to preserve, interpret, and promote the history of the East Tennessee region, its people, history, culture, and heritage.” It operates the award-winning Museum of East Tennessee History, publishes a scholarly journal, and the bi-annual Tennessee Ancestors magazine, sponsors lectures and other public programs such as the First Families of Tennessee and Civil War Families of Tennessee, and offers a variety of educational programs for schools virtually and in person.
The ETHS is located in thriving downtown Knoxville and the organization works closely with the Knox County Government, the City of Knoxville, Visit Knoxville, the University of Tennessee and other institutions of higher learning in the area, East Tennessee school districts, and other affinity groups to provide a variety of digital programming for varied constituents. The ETHS is well respected within its community and is poised to raise its profile through a combination of creative programming, scholarship, and research.
Responsible for overseeing day-to-day direction and dissemination of Digital/Print Content for the ETHS, including supervision of digital/print content, marketing of Programs, Brochures, Exhibits, and Events for members, donors, and the general public; Writing, designing, and production of graphic identify for programs, outreach, publications, development of printed and virtual promotional materials, managing workflow of newsletters, website oversite and maintenance, and all Social Media. Performing editorial and graphic design tasks; and working with group leadership to shape digital/print content contributions to the ETHS.
To lead the ETHS’s development of strong digital content for websites, newsletters, traditional and social media that build engaged and responsive relationships with the public, community, and historical organization partners in the region
Communication with different audiences, adaptability, integrity, judgment, critical thinking, creativity, situational awareness, courage, discipline, planning, organizing, analytical skills, teamwork, assertiveness, delegating, networking skills, attention to detail
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For consideration, please send cover letter, resume, and salary requirement to eths@eastTNhistory.org If submitted via post, please mail to ETHS, Attn: Stephanie Henry, P.O. Box 1629, Knoxville, TN 37901-1629. Application Deadline is March 19, 2021.
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