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Video Marketing Manager

HonorSociety.org is looking for motivated, independent and enthusiastic individuals who are excited to help shape the future of our Honor Society!  HonorSociety.org’s mission is to connect academically-minded and value-oriented people and provide them with opportunities to help them achieve their ambitions and life goals.  Join us in creating something truly special for our members. 

Job Description:

The Video Marketing Manager is responsible for the coordination and production of all video content.  They will create and leverage interviews, testimonials, demos, and other storytelling styles in video format to strengthen emotional connections, engagement levels, and marketing initiatives.

The right candidate will have experience in directing, shooting, editing, producing, and optimizing a variety of corporate videos. The Video Marketing Manager has a creative mind and specializes in translating a variety of messages into a compelling visual story that is consistent with the brand.

Responsibilities:

  • Producing and/or directing video content for YouTube and other video platforms.
  • Creating a video marketing project plan that aligns with organizational content marketing goals.
  • Managing the production of video content (shooting, editing, uploading, optimizing, and adding effects) for use on the organization’s video channels.
  • Managing the production (shooting, editing, uploading, adding effects) of promotional video content for use in selling products and membership benefits.
  • Coordinating with content marketing to distribute videos that support other content efforts.
  • Leveraging interviews, testimonials, demos, and other storytelling styles to meet the needs of the target audience.
  • Strategically examining available platforms and apps to ensure video content is being widely distributed.
  • Optimizing videos for search engines using keyword-enriched descriptions and tags.

Requirements:

  • Demonstrated ability to create compelling visual stories that align with organizational goals.
  • Strong experience in video creation and editing
  • Ability to drive traffic to video content from search engines and optimize videos for YouTube search.
  • Ability to identify trends and adjust strategy using analytical and quantitative problem solving.
  • Social Media Marketing skills are a nice to have.
  • Graphic design skills are a nice to have.
  • SEO skills are a nice to have

HonorSociety.org Organization Overview:

HonorSociety.org is a nationally recognized, fast-growing college honors organization that gives students the recognition and tools to succeed.  We are quickly growing into a large online community and need your help to get there!

Love what you do. Watch one of our ceremonies! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5d3evYoziI

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