Overview

The Social Media Coordinator leads the dissemination of information and promotes networking among regional constituents using social media and social networking media.

Specific Responsibilities

Utilizing social media (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.), promotes the regional conference and other regional events, when applicable, throughout the duration of the term.
Collaborates with the Communications Coordinator and the NACA® Office Online Marketing Manager to ensure messages are being appropriately and effectively communicated through NACA’s various digital outlets.
Establishes a system of communication to ensure all RCPC members know deadlines and methods for sharing information that should be posted on social media outlets.
Oversees social media contests, coordinates winners and distributes prizes when available.
Attends all regularly scheduled regional meetings and conference calls.
Submits at least one educational program proposal for the regional conference by the deadline.
Integrates NACA® goals, initiatives and relevant strategic plan objectives in all aspects of position responsibilities.
Maintains a thorough knowledge and understanding of, and ensures adherence to, NACA® policies and procedures, as well as other applicable laws and regulations.
Follows NACA’s Non-Discrimination, Diversity Advancement and Affirmative Action Principles to recommend others to fill available positions in the NACA® leadership and takes the necessary steps to achieve a diverse Association, both through the recruitment of volunteers and suggesting to the Board of Directors new or modified programs and services for the Association’s members.
Assumes additional responsibilities as assigned and agreed upon with volunteer supervisor.


Qualifications

The Social Media Coordinator must be a graduate, undergraduate student or professional staff member at an NACA® member institution.
Institutional support for the volunteer is required prior to appointment to the position (note: support is defined as financial as well as time out of the office, etc.)
If the volunteer changes jobs during the position’s term, the new school must also be an NACA® member and provide a statement of support. The NACA® Office and National Volunteer Development Coordinator must be informed of this change and the new letter of support must be received at the NACA® Office within 30 days of hiring.


Association Support

Conference Chair and NACA® Office will confirm additional level of support for pre-conference planning meetings.


Term of Service

Fall Conferences – Jan. 1 through Nov. 30
Spring Conference – June 1 through April 30


Supervision Received

Communications Coordinator


Supervision Exercised

Assistant Social Media Coordinator (where applicable)


NACA Office Liaison

Online Marketing Manager