The employer is a comprehensive, evangelical, Christian university located 26 miles northeast of Los Angeles, California. - Improve the public image of Hunter College so that it yields increased alumni giving and major gifts, better faculty, and higher quality students.- Set media relations strategies and plans.- Direct all aspects of media relations to further the goals of the President and the college.- Serve as chief spokesperson for the college.- Media train key faculty and staff.- Serve as liaison with public relations agencies.- Manage crisis communications.- Recruit and supervise a group of full- and part-time writers, graphic designers, and student interns.- Oversee preparation and content of official speeches given by the President and other senior administrators.- Review campus-wide and external communications, marketing materials, and Web sites to ensure they fit in with the overall Hunter marketing plan.- Responsible for the President's major campus-wide internal and external communications, such as the Open Line and the President's major speeches.- Implement strategies that promote a consistency of communication and branding in all campus materials and communications.- Evaluate advertising opportunities and work with other departments to determine the best advertising strategies for the college.- Serve as the point person for the Princeton Review Best Colleges Guide. Ensure they receive the most up-to-date descriptions about the college.- Produce brochures and other marketing materials to support Hunter's efforts to sell the college to potential donors and others.- Use social media to drive awareness of and attention to events, speeches, and other College activities.- Assume primary responsibility for maintaining the Hunter College News Web site, including the faculty database.- Improve use of the Web and e-mail to disseminate Hunter news and information college-wide and enhance the \"brand\" for marketing and recruiting purposes.- Perform other related duties, as requested, to support the President and help meet the college's public relations, marketing, and fundraising goals. Bachelor's degree and at least ten years of demonstrated success within marketing and/or communications are required. The successful candidate must have proven organizational and communication skills (oral and written); ability to motivate, manage multiple projects, and partner with key personnel throughout the College. The candidate must be an intelligent, articulate individual with a high energy level and drive. Candidate must have supervised a professional communications staff and have a strong record of accomplishment planning and directing an integrated media relations and communications program (print and electronic) that includes editorial, design, advertising, and photography. Experience with marketing, print production, and video production functions highly desirable.