The Creative Director plays an important role in marketing, creative, communications, and digital execution and strategy. We’re looking for a boundary-pushing, collaborative and experienced Creative Director to join our team at Auburn Seminary.
This role will directly oversee our internal Brand Design, Art Direction, and Content team, from concept through to execution—ensuring these three pillars are working in lock-step to execute thoughtful, innovative, and goal-oriented creative work. The ideal candidate has a strong design background, is self-motivated, inspirational, and maintains high personal standards with an exceptional understanding of all marketing channels.
They are responsible for helping lead and strategize the visual and creative identity of the organization and its content. This role reports to the Chief Communications Officer.
The Digital Marketing Manager will tell stories that show what the multifaith movement for justice looks like. They will co-design, lead, and implement Auburn’s digital marketing strategy to reach, and support, more people.
This position supports all online marketing activities, including drafting, producing, and implementing targeted email, social media, and digital advertising campaigns, as well as website management to drive online engagement and traffic to Auburn’s digital channels.
They are responsible for supporting the strategy, execution, and management of digital marketing for the organization. This role reports to the Integrated Marketing Director.
The role requires exceptional time management skills, as well as strong written and interpersonal communications skills.
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Auburn Theological Seminary will provide reasonable accommodation consistent with the law to otherwise qualified staff members and applicants with a disability and to staff members and applicants with needs related to their religious observance or practices. What constitutes a reasonable accommodation depends on the circumstances and thus will be addressed by Auburn Theological Seminary on a case-by-case basis.