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 Director of College Relations

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Job DescriptionREPORTS TO:
Vice President for Institutional Advancement

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Organizational and managerial expertise.
  • Ability to set priorities.
  • High level of writing and communication skills.
  • Computer expertise.
  • Professional demeanor.


Manage the administration of the Communications Department, including:

  • Direct the Communications Department.
  • Represent the Department at College‑sponsored and community events.
  • Serve as a representative on appropriate committees.
  • Work with consultants to meet student recruitment needs.

Develop, implement and coordinate an integrated program of public relations, including:

  • Direct a program of media relations that expands the awareness and knowledge of the College.

  • Manage the promotion of College events and activities.

  • Establish and maintain lines of communication with the College community, internally and externally.

  • Collaborate with the Development Department concerning the goals of College advancement in the  community.

  • Serve as publications editor the magazine, the view book, reports, newsletters, announcements, schedules, handbooks and other materials, maintaining the integrity of all College publications.

  • Oversee development of creative and timely content for the College websites.


Pursue professional development.
Workshops, professional organizations, and community special events as appropriate.


Bachelor's degree and 3‑5 years experience in public relations and publications.

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