Note: Not all unique aspects of the job are covered by this job description
With minimal supervision, participate in the development and implementation of marketing initiatives that enable programs, services, events and/or products to meet business objectives. Support cross-functional collaboration across the organization.
Provide communications support for surge projects, including writing and producing outreach messages and collateral.
Implement design of marketing and outreach communications—including images, ads, banners, posters, and website content—by working with vendors at the direction of the transportation demand management (TDM) team.
Provide support for Commute Club operations and customer service.
Staff events and the weekly new employee Welcome Center.
Coordinate and support outreach for the upcoming move to Stanford Redwood City, including responding to customer inquiries and providing commute planning assistance.
Other duties as assigned.
Execute marketing strategies to meet business objectives.
Implement marketing plans/programs to meet business objectives, including collaboration with internal stakeholders and vendor partners.
Write, edit and schedule select marketing communications, which adhere to communications and brand strategy for a variety of channels (i.e., web, print, email, online).
Manage the design and production of select marketing materials.
Conduct competitive benchmarking and analyze campaign/program/service/event effectiveness used to inform decisions regarding strategic marketing direction, product segmentation and customer targeting.
Assess market opportunities and research market trends.
May plan and execute events to support marketing objectives.
Monitor and oversee product/program budgets to meet program goals.
Coordinate vendor estimates and invoice processing.
* - Other duties may also be assigned
Internal Number: 294172
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