State Bar of Texas

Marketing & Outreach Coordinator

US-TX-Austin
5 days ago
Category
Marketing
Closing Date
9/22/2017 @ 1 pm CST
Min Starting Salary
USD $34,999.00/Yr.
Max Starting Salary
USD $39,374.00/Yr.

General Description

Administrative and project management support for the Marketing and Outreach Department. Coordinate or manage projects, write and/or prepare correspondence, proposals and marketing materials. Perform administrative duties in a deadline-oriented environment and assist with advertising, special events, meetings, conferences, research, and local bar outreach.

 

Primary Functions

  1. Write correspondence and proposals.
  2. Prepare financial spreadsheets.
  3. Maintain departmental IMIS database.
  4. Prepare list of monthly Texas Bar Journal magazine advertisers.
  5. Prepare monthly website statistics for advertisers.
  6. Maintain sales projections, billing and other reports in salesforce.com
  7. Prepare presentations and media kits.
  8. Annual Meeting coordination, including, registration.
  9. Handle SBOT Merchandise, process order forms, speaker gift requests, payment, shipping and tracking
  10. Maintain schedules and complete other projects as assigned.
  11. Perform other duties as required.

Position Requirements

A minimum of three years of related work experience required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Requires demonstrated experience with MS Word, Excel and Power Point. Experience with IMIS and project management software a plus.   Requires demonstrated organizational skills, writing, grammar, spelling and punctuation. Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills. Web skills and social media a plus. Requires the ability to meet deadlines and multi-task. Must be organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects under deadline pressure. Must be able to work independently and exercise sound judgment. Must be a self-starter. Some travel and overtime required.

 

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