The associate’s skill set shall include marketing strategy, positioning, copy writing and graphic design and potentially include spirit wear sourcing and design. The associate will work collaboratively with members of the Marketing and Communications Office, Summer Programs Office, and report to the chief marketing officer. This is a three-day per week position, potentially remote.
Support the overall objectives of the Marketing and Communication Office:
Research and develop compelling messaging and a coordinated brand identity for The Hun School’s portfolio of Summer Programs and Camps.
Design and execute an effective multi-media marketing plan for the School’s Summer Programs and Camps.
Develop and execute a communication strategy to support Summer Program enrollment and student arrival.
Conduct program and market research annually to support program development and growth.
Gather and analyze constituent behavior data: website analytics, reviews, and surveys.
Design and consult on graphic design projects that support the overall objectives of the Marketing and Communications Office.
Source and design Hun School spirit wear and gifts to support the diverse cultures and interests of the School community.
Collaborate with the marketing and communications team to create and promote seasonal apparel and gifts.
Manage the School’s eCommerce site for spirit wear and gifts and related promotion.
Support various school events and projects as needed.
The Marketing Associate’s requirements are:
Experience in marketing, communications, or a related field.
Knowledge of digital marketing strategies and relevant techniques.
Excellent writing and editing skills.
Graphic design skills and a strong visual eye.
Experience or knowledge of web-design and messaging platforms.
Experience sourcing or designing apparel is preferred but not necessary.
Familiarity with independent schools or higher education is preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or a related field of study.
As part of The Hun School's commitment to health and safety, we will require all new employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and provide proof of vaccination prior to the start date of employment. Vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will be accepted. Employees who cannot receive the vaccine due to either medical contraindications or sincerely held religious beliefs may request an accommodation.Learn more about The Hun School's Health and Safety COVID Protocols
The Hun School of Princeton is a co-educational, private day and boarding school in Princeton, New Jersey. Individual attention and strong student-faculty relationships are the hallmarks of the School. On the 50-acre campus between Philadelphia and New York City, student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work. The Hun School is comprised of 645 students in its Middle School, Upper School, and Postgraduate Program. Our campus is home to students from twenty-two countries and fifteen states.
Our campus is located in historical Princeton, New Jersey, a short train ride away from both New York City (50 miles) and Philadelphia (45 miles). Home to Princeton University, The Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton Theological Seminary, and an array of cultural centers and organizations, Princeton is regarded as one of the most academically-minded communities in the world. Often named one of the country’s best places to live, Princeton is a friendly, multicultural community surrounded by mountains, parks, and lakes. There are award-winning museums and theatres, celebrated public and private schools, destination restaurants... and hotels, and a robust calendar of community events to enjoy.
The Hun School of Princeton empowers each student to thrive in a diverse and ever-changing world, by nurturing resilient character, providing individual mentorship, and inspiring vigorous and joyful learning.
In our mission of educating global citizens with resilient character, we actively seek candidates who can bring a diversity of experiences and perspectives to our community. The Hun School of Princeton is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristics or activity protected by law.