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Social Media RA

Location: (Multiple states)

Department: Residential Services

Type: Seasonal

Min. Experience: Entry Level

Resident Advisor - Social Media Lead

Blueprint Summer Programs (Pre-College Program)

 

Job type: Seasonal/Temp

Salary and Benefits: $425week, Room & Board

Program Length/ Dates: Summer 2017, 3-5 weeks (Includes one week of on-site training)

 

About Blueprint Summer Programs

Our company offers personal, innovative, and fun pre-college summer programs for students entering grades 9 - 12 students. Here's what they get to do:

  • Experience college life and immerse themselves in inspiring and meaningful courses.
  • Live in residence halls on-campus with other students from around the country.
  • Get Ready For College - with our proprietary college prep curriculum.
  • Road trips! Travel to big cities, famous landmarks and popular attractions.

Job Purpose:

Collaborate with Blueprint HQ Marketing Team to commemorate events, activities, and program aspects through social media while also monitoring and participating in student activities.

 

Essential Duties:

  • Effectively capture memorable moments during all activities, field trips and classes to be shared on Blueprint approved social media platforms. Content will also be shared with families, students and the Blueprint HQ Marketing Team.
  • Generate, edit, publish and share daily content (original text, images or video) that builds meaningful connections and encourages community members to take action
  • Positive attitude, detail and customer oriented  with good multitasking and organisational ability
  • Routinely update the program Facebook page and Instagram account
  • Organize and backup all media, ensuring all media is given to Blueprint’s marketing department at the completion of the program.
  • Closely track and follow the program schedule; manage time to edit and upload photos daily
  • Develop and assist during extracurricular programming and special events, using supplied materials effectively and creatively
  • Effectively serve in a collaborative, team-oriented environment
  • Serve as a caring, compassionate mentor and adult presence to all students at all times, including (but not limited to): Planned activities, off-campus activities, student mealtimes, student free time and room checks
  • Engage all students in a way that inspires comfortable adjustment to life on a college campus and away from friends and family
  • Provide general office administrative support and perform a variety of other administrative tasks, including (but not limited to): general office work, supply purchasing, monitor student issues, create hallway and floor decor, contribute to program set-up/breakdown
  • Implement all program rules, procedures and safety guidelines

Minimum Requirements:

  • College degree, currently enrolled in college program or have received some college credit
  • Minimum of 1 year experience with digital photography
  • Must be able to travel to and from designated Blueprint Summer Program location.
  • Must be 21 years of age or older

Desired Qualifications:

  • Actively engaged in social media
  • Up to date on current social media trends
  • Caring, compassionate and selfless
  • Creative, with a great sense of humor
  • Ability to stay organized and thrive in unstructured, high-intensity environments
  • Relentless commitment to student wellbeing and safety
  • Pro-active problem solver, quick thinking and entrepreneurial
  • Can- do, positive attitude and high energy
  • Passionate and enthusiastic mentor
  • Outstanding leadership skills, while also being able to recognize and appreciate group cohesion/ collaboration
  • Team player, and eager to help in all situations
  • Summer program experience is a plus
  • Current CPR/ First Aid certification is a plus

This description should not be construed to contain every function or responsibility that may be required to be performed by an incumbent in this job.  Incumbents are required to perform other related functions as assigned.

Program Dates and Locations

  • University of Florida, Gainesville FL
    • Session 1: Training Dates: June 18th - June 24th, Program Dates: July 25th - July 9th 
    • Session 2: Training Dates: July 9th - July 15th, Program Dates: July 16th - July 30th
  • Georgetown University, Washington D.C
    • Training Dates: June 18th - June 24th, Program Dates: June 25th - July 9th
  • Arizona State University, Phoenix AZ
    • Training Dates: June 25th - July 1st, Program Dates: July 2nd - July 16th
  • University of Virginia, Charlottesville VA
    • Training Dates: June 25th - July 1st, Program Dates: July 2nd - July 16th
  • University of California, Los Angeles CA
    • Session 1: Training Dates: June 25th - July 1st, Program Dates: July 2nd - July 16th
    • Session 2: Training Dates: July 9nd - July 15th, Program Dates: July 16th - July 30th
  • Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA
    • Session 1: Training Dates: July 2nd - July 8th, Program Dates: July 9th - July 23rd
    • Session 2: Training Dates: July 16th - July 22th, Program Dates: July 23rd - August 6th
  • University of Connecticut, Storrs CT
    • Training Dates: July 16th - July 22nd, Program Dates: July 23rd - August 6th
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