About Linn-Benton Community College
More than 18,000 students come to Linn-Benton Community College each year to pursue their educational goals. Our Guided Pathways offer seven core areas of study to explore, which lead to more than 80 career technical education and transfer degree programs. Our faculty work to bring cutting-edge programming and technology to the classroom, so that LBCC students are well-equipped to pursue their career path or transfer to a four-year college. As the sixth largest of Oregon’s 17 community colleges, LBCC plays a critical role in the well-being of both our local and state economies. The college has six locations throughout Linn and Benton counties, which include our main campus in Albany, the Benton Center in Corvallis, the Healthcare Occupations and Advanced Transportation Centers located in Lebanon, and the Sweet Home Center.
LBCC Institutional Advancement:
LBCC Institutional Advancement, comprised of the LBCC Foundation, Government and Community Relations, and Marketing-Communications departments, is seeking its next Director of Marketing & Communications.
During this especially important time of change at the college, this position will help lead a team that is working to establish a new standard of creative and innovative communication for LBCC. We have just launched a new brand and logo, and are in the process of launching a new website. In addition, a new quarterly magazine, a set of recruitment publications, and several new signature events have all come aboard during the past year.
The new director will have the exciting responsibility of shepherding the growth of a relatively new and creative team, and bringing strategy and vision to this vital part of the college. The ideal candidate will have a deep sense of optimism, creativity, imagination and teamwork; along with strong organization and management skills to balance many competing priorities and set a clear direction. This position will help us support our amazing college with compelling messaging and creative thinking that moves our students and communities forward.
Please describe the most complex marketing and communications project on which you have worked. Include a description of: a) the project, b) the process of development, c) your role and your team’s role, d) your target audience, and e) a copy or link to the finished product.