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Job DescriptionResponsible for coordinating marketing efforts for a wide variety of products and services. Major tasks include managing e-marketing campaigns, coordinating creation of collateral for conferences and campaigns and writing and editing Web copy. - Collaborates and coordinates with HR & Communications team on such projects as e-mail and print newsletters and publications, mail and email campaigns, conference and exhibits materials and other collateral. - Designs, creates, writes, edits and proofreads copy and graphics appropriate for the Web and print. - Maintains positive working relationship with selected vendor partners. Acts as a liaison between BCR, the member and the vendor partner. - Analyzes Web and e-marketing statistics to optimize usage and performance of Web pages and e-marketing campaigns. - Participates in market research and data analysis activities as needed. - Provides market feedback, competitive information, product and services development input, etc. to BCR management.
Additional Info & Requirements- Minimum of two years experience in marketing, communications or related field. - Experience in understanding customer needs and creating messaging to address those needs. - Experience working in a library, library consortium, or other nonprofit organization is desirable.
The CommunityThe Bibliographical Center for Research (BCR) is a nonprofit, multistate library cooperative founded in 1935 that serves libraries in 42 states, Canada and Guam. BCR has been working with libraries for over 70 years to provide training and consulting services, discounts on vendor partner products and services, fiscal management services and more. BCR has extensive experience working with partners and libraries to ensure quality and timely delivery of services and products. BCR’s offices are located in Aurora, Colorado.
Send a letter of application, resume and the names of three references to: Sharon Hoffhines, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Aug 6, 2007