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Wilmington Renaissance Corporation
Public Relations Coordinator

Wilmington Renaissance Corporation (WRC) seeks an upbeat, enthusiastic and detail- oriented individual to join its fast-paced team as a full-time Public Relations Coordinator. S/He will work directly with the organization’s Marketing and Creative Services Manager, supporting all marketing and communications initiatives, with particular emphasis         on social media activities.

The qualified candidate must understand basic marketing and communication concepts, possess a thorough and demonstrated understanding of social media platforms and have an ability to interact professionally with community partners.  This role requires community outreach and social media engagement for the downtown Creative District in Wilmington’s West Center City and Quaker Hill neighborhoods, the downtown Market Street, NewMarketWilm campaign and support with additional projects as needed.

This full-time position carries full benefits (health, dental, life and short/long-term disability insurance). There is no relocation allowance.  Salary is commensurate with experience.  Much of the work will take place in the downtown Wilmington neighborhoods of West Center City and Quaker Hill.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to jobs@bigideaswilmington.com and place the job title “Public Relations Coordinator” in the subject line.  Application by letter or phone call will not be accepted. Applications must be received by Friday, February 17, 2017.

More information about WRC, Creative District Wilmington and NewMarketWilm can be found at www.bigideaswilmington.com,  www.creativedistrictwilm.com and  www.newmarketwilm.com.

Posted February 10, 2017


Carnegie Mellon
Director, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery

Carnegie Mellon is seeking someone to take on the leadership of the gallery on our campus – a gallery with a relatively rare mission for which we seek a director with a set of skills beyond the traditional. 
The position announcement can be found at the College of Fine Arts Web site.   To apply, interested individuals should visit InterFolio.

Posted February 3, 2017


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