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2023-2024 Mizzou Digital Ambassadors

Are you an outgoing digital communicator who knows how to produce video? Does student work that builds a strong resume appeal to you? The University of Missouri is recruiting digital media superstars for our Mizzou Digital Ambassador roles to help inspire supporters to give back through our annual giving program.

If you love connecting with people and sharing your Mizzou story – and are not afraid to get creative using social media and video, please continue reading…

Position Overview:
Mizzou Digital Ambassador team members for the University of Missouri annual giving program will serve as the primary liaison between the institution and prospective donors. Using email, social media, text messaging, and video to communicate, MDAs will connect with alumni, students, parents, and friends of the institution throughout the year, helping to educate the University of Missouri community about the impact and importance of giving.
Job Description:
●       Participate in all aspects of video production to produce a steady stream of video projects
o   Producing simple, straight-forward, “authentic” video (using your phone to capture of-the-moment, compelling content)
o   Video editing via tools such as iMovie, Final Cut Pro or DaVinci Resolve
o   Scripting and storyboarding individual and/or team videos
o   Serve as on-camera talent for the video produced by you and your fellow MDA teammates
o   Attending campus events or interviewing subjects to give alumni and supporters an “inside-look” at University of Missouri campus life
●       Create messaging which allows for engaging with students, alumni, parents, and friends of the university through multiple channels to inspire philanthropic giving
General Qualifications:
●       Digital information fluency skills, including familiarity with and a demonstrated savvy on multiple social media networks including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
●       Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
●       Strong oral, written, and digital communication skills, including public speaking experience
●       Ability to work independently, maintain confidentiality, computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Access, Data Entry, Outlook and ESP), detail-oriented, punctual and reliable, professional, and ability to use professional judgement.
●       Customer service and/or sales experience preferred; non-profit fundraising experience a plus
●       Work-Study award preferred.
●       Must be available during the academic year.
●       Must be available during regular business hours as well as some night and weekend work.
●       Hours worked may not meet or exceed 20 hours without explicit approval from Supervisor. While we do our best to accommodate student academic/personal schedules, we reserve the right to limit hours if an effort to coordinate schedules becomes too restricted.
Approximate hours per week: 20 Hours, workload varies by week
Compensation: $17 per hour
●       University of Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation.