Posted: June 9, 2021
Summary of Position
The Director of Law Communications works cooperatively with the Law Dean’s Office, Law Admissions, Law Career Services Office, and Law Alumni Relations to oversee the development of communications for the College of Law. Several of the chief tasks include creating and implementing recruitment communications plans, overseeing social media channels, managing the law college website, and working with Communications & Marketing to meet the communication needs of the College. The main goal of the position will be to project the name and mission of ONU Law to local, national, and international audiences.
• Develop and implement a communications plan for the College of Law in coordination with Communications & Marketing.
• Assist the Director of Law Admissions in the development of the law admissions recruitment plan utilizing effective strategies for communication.
• Assist the Director of Law Admissions in developing relevant admissions advertising and strategize new ways to engage prospective and admitted students.
• Ability to collect and use data to determine ROI on different marketing initiatives, and provide recommendations to the Director of Law Admissions and the Dean.
• Coordinate with University Communications & Marketing in developing publications, the website, email, and mail copy (including writing, editing, and proofing of copy) for the College of Law.
• Serve as the internal project manager for all marketing project requests from the College of Law, and serve as the liaison for these projects with the University Communications & Marketing office.
• Serve as the primary content manager and daily administrator for the law college’s website.
• Engage all law college audiences via university social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc.) and work to grow those audiences.
• Support all communications and marketing needs for the Dean’s Office, Law Career Services, Law Alumni, Faculty, Student organizations, and other College programming.
• Other duties as assigned