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TDAA Social Media Coordinator #35606

Theater, Dance, & Arts Administration



Category: On-Campus

Position Type: Student Hourly

Open until filled

Work Hours: 5-10

Wage: 8.50

Location: Cedar City, UT


We are looking for a motivated individual with social media organizational skills to develop, curate, and schedule engaging content for social media platforms. Collaborate with TDAA students, faculty, and staff to manage social media content. This includes occasionally attending Theatre and Dance performances and assisting in the creation and editing of written, video, and photo content. Engage with the SUU student body and respond to social media messages, inquiries, and comments. This is a flexible work environment.


You believe in the power of using social media and are comfortable holding all the pieces of a project, can follow up on action items with supervisor, and see tasks through to completion.

Can manage multiple social media accounts across platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Have strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills — and can perform social media, email marketing, and other writing assignments with little supervision. Have excellent communication skills, work on multiple projects, work well with supervisors, and work on sometimes tight production schedules. A student with an interest in the performing arts preferred but not required.

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