McKissick Museum seeks communications manager
Applications due March 15
McKissick Museum at the University of South Carolina is seeking a communications manager to be responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating the Museum’s public relations and marketing efforts, internal and external communications, museum publications, and initiatives to increase public understanding of and support for the Museum’s mission and goals. Primary to this is the development and implementation of a consistent and effective institutional message and image. This position requires a skilled communicator able to work creatively in print and digital media, with the media, as well as with a variety of stakeholder groups. In addition, the position is responsible for proactively developing opportunities for telling the McKissick story via multiple and, preferably, top-tier media channels.
This position also manages all on-the-ground visitor logistics. The communications manager is responsible for strategic thinking and planning to 1) increase annual visitation from the campus and greater Midlands communities, 2) heighten awareness of the Museum locally, regionally and nationally, 3) establish and increase repeat visitation, and 4) provide exceptional visitor service.
The communications manager works in collaboration with administrators, staff, students, and volunteers and reports to the Museum’s executive director.
Visit McKissick Museum’s employment page to find a link to more information and how to apply.