The Manager of Marketing and Communications, under the general direction of the Director of Philanthropy, coordinates all contact with the Public and the Media through marketing and social media. Prepares the monthly KelleyConnection newsletter and the bi-annual Ambassador magazine.
Essential Job Functions
Demonstrate a commitment to Catholic values and the promotion of the associated culture within a Catholic school
Manages and directs three general areas: Public facing marketing and communications for the school, Philanthropy department marketing and communications needs, Bishop Kelley departmental marketing and communications needs.
Public Facing School Responsibilities
Maintains frequent communication with media by keeping a constant flow of Kelley stories in newspapers and other media and by bringing the media on campus.
Assist in ghost writing and editing as needed for the Office of the President.
Maintains Bishop Kelley social media accounts as a means to promote current Bishop Kelley events and stories by consistently communicating with teachers, students, parents, alumni, and coaches about current events and activities.
Produces and distributes the monthly BK Connection email newsletter.
Maintains and updates the school website and manages administration of other users.
Maintains a calendar of school events to be publicized and marketed.
Works to standardize policies regarding school publications, branding, and social media across all departments.
Provides photography for newsletter, annual reports, brochures, postcards, website, and publications when needed.
Designs advertisements and coordinates with magazines and other sources of targeted school advertisements.
Coordinates printing and ordering of business card and stationery
Philanthropy Department Responsibilities
Creates marketing materials for department events including but not limited to: Senior Legacy Society, Golf Tournament, Auction, Trivia Night, and Lasallian Founders Alumni Awards.
Under the direction of the Director of Philanthropy, creates the Annual Report once a year.
Under the direction of the Director of Philanthropy, creates needed donor facing documents, brochures and Capital Campaign materials, as necessary.
Under the direction of the Director of Philanthropy, designs the two semi-annual Ambassador magazines featuring stories and photos from alumni, students, faculty, and families from the Bishop Kelley community.
Assists in writing and editing speaking notes and programs for Philanthropy department events including Hall of Fame, Lasallian Founders Alumni Awards, and Auction.
Maintains files of all publications with printing history.
Other School Departmental Responsibilities
Designs and updates printed and digital admissions materials each year.
Designs Open House materials and other promotions as needed.
Updates and produces the school profile for college counselors.
Produces game day programs for well-attended athletic events.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Lifting up to 25 lbs. unassisted
Frequent prolonged standing, sitting, and walking to facilitate event coverage.
Manual dexterity for typing
Visual acuity to enable long and extended periods of screen time.
A missionary disciple dedicated to the Proclamation of the Gospel
A servant leader willing to serve others through fidelity and excellence
Faith in the Presence of God – “Let us remember that we are in the Holy Presence of God.”
Concern for the Poor and Social Justice – “Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve.”
Respect for all Persons – “Live Jesus in our hearts… Forever.”
Quality Education – “Teaching Minds and Touching Hearts.”
Inclusive Community – “The Lasallian Family”
Competencies (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)
Works cooperatively with the Administration and supports administrative policies.
Works as a team member with the educational staff.
Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with students and parents.
Demonstrates a sense of professional responsibility.
Educational and Experience Requirements
College Degree in Public Relations, Marketing, or Communications or equivalent experience.
Excellent verbal and written skills.
Computer skills necessary with experience in all Microsoft Office products, Adobe Creative Suite, as well as graphic, layout and editorial skills.
Frequent and varied contact with community requires a courteous and tactful manner.
Must have the ability to work a flexible schedule and to organize and carry out work with little or no supervision.
Able to multi-task several projects at a time is a must.
A Diocesan Catholic High School founded in 1960 to serve the Diocese of Tulsa. We are a coed high school for grades 9-12 with an enrollment of 850 students. We are the feeder school for 11 Catholic middle schools.