Social Media Chair
Working closely with the Director of Communication, the Social Media Chair is responsible for managing all content related to the AIGA CT social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram) in platform and through the social media management tool Later. This role requires effective writing and organizational skills as well as a high level or proactivity. The Social Media Chair is ultimately responsible for the duties of individual committee members in their absence or if they are unable to carry out their responsibilities.
AIGA CT Chair-level roles provide critical support to not only department directors, but also AIGA programs and initiatives. These roles work out the devil in the details and create content, plan and execute programs, work on education initiatives, ensure accessibility and inclusion, and represent critical creative communities (among other things). Directors can’t move high-level initiatives forward without dedicated and strong chairs.
- Propose social media strategies and work with the Director of Communication to finalize and execute them
- Maintaining a constant social media presence on behalf of AIGA CT
- Ensuring up-to-date communications are being distributed
- Communicating needs to relevant board members to ensure communications are sent as planned
- Culminating reports of social media performance
- Ability to source and contribute original industry-related content