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Social Media Student Manager Role Profile Do you blog? Do you tweet? Are you lost without your gadgets? Do you love Leeds Trinity and want other people to love it too? If so Leeds Trinity needs you! A social media student manager is required for between 5 – 10 hours per week for 12 months to promote Leeds Trinity University College within the online community in order to raise profile and increase student recruitment. To be effective in this post you will need a strong social media understanding. You will be aware of all the trends and latest social networking sites. This will manifest itself in many ways such as your own website, a blog, social media accounts and other forms of online participation. Simply having a Facebook account will not cut it. The role will briefly comprise: Proactive and reactive engagement with prospective students via social networking sites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc) to develop an active online community. Daily updating and checking of the various sites to maintain constant interest and activity. This will include posting topics of interest to create a buzz and responding appropriately and quickly to comments/questions placed on the various sites. Creation of blogs, photo galleries and videos (including live webcam chats) about the student experience at Leeds Trinity. Promotion and reporting of events (including Open Days, Applicant Days), news and other Leeds Trinity activities to the various online audiences, including current students and staff, alumni and prospective students of all backgrounds. Monitoring of current engagement within online media by the various departments (academic and support) within Leeds Trinity and supporting development of this activity where required. Monitoring of activity and trends within the online community to inform Leeds Trinity Marketing, Communication and Recruitment campaigns. Supporting the delivery of cost effective online marketing campaigns and helping Leeds Trinity gain a following through creative use of social media and a clear understanding of what appeals to the user community.
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