Together We Grow is seeking a digital storyteller and manager for the position of Social and Digital Content Coordinator, to be housed within the Colorado State University System.
We’re looking for a content creator who brings new ideas to the table, is passionate about creating engaging content primarily for the digital experience, and will excel in a collaborative environment. This position is responsible for creating compelling, audience-appropriate, multi-channel, contemporary content that engages and builds relationship with target audiences (prospective college students, young adults, industry partners). This position will manage, organize, and implement a wide range of projects to elevate the food and agriculture industry and support Together We Grow initiatives to reach new demographics of talent.
This position will serve as part of the Together We Grow team and will play a lead role in managing social and digital media strategy. The position is responsible for content creation and distribution, brand management and analytic assessment to guide the strategic and editorial direction to enhance the digital reputation of the food and agriculture sector, Together We Grow, and Together We Grow sponsored initiatives.
Further, the Social and Digital Content Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the voice and tone of Together We Grow on social media channels such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok and more.
In the role as Social and Digital Content Coordinator, the position plays a key role within Together We Grow and regularly consults with other communications professionals across our membership. This position will collaborate with colleagues within Together We Grow’s membership to utilize multimedia assets to position Together We Grow’s digital channels as vital vehicles for telling the food and agriculture sector’s stories, building affinity and increasing the food and agriculture sector’s profile and standing among internal and external audiences.
This Spur Sustainable Research Fellowship offers a unique opportunity to help structure and launch a long-term, sustainability-focused research program as part of the creation of a one-of-a-kind campus. The Fellow will focus on using the Spur Campus, and its location within the National Western Center, as a “living laboratory” that will serve as a platform for ongoing research. This position provides the opportunity to set up structures that 1) support study of the impact of a large redevelopment project, 2) facilitate long-term research in sustainability, building and campus performance, etc., and 3) support community-engaged research. Research will include short- and long-term projects, including community and youth engagement, and outcomes will be showcased at the Spur campus.
We are seeking someone with a passion for sustainability and research to develop recommendations and structure for a long-term research program. The Fellow will work on a six- month contract basis to perform and summarize research and offer recommendations. Work will include various research methodologies. Some research has begun, with some initial social, ecological, environmental, health, and economic data collected for the site, the South Platte River, and surrounding communities.