University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center
The University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center (UWDCC) seeks a highly motivated and creative student to work closely with staff to market our digital resources to both campus and external audiences. This position offers an excellent opportunity for hands-on experience developing and implementing marketing activities for our growing digital library collections. Interest in Web-based marketing is a must!
Position Title: Digital Collections Marketing Assistant
Pay: $9 hr
Hours: 8-10 hours a week, flexible schedule (between 8-5, M-F)
Start date: Fall semester
Location: UW-Madison, 431 Memorial Library
This position will be responsible for but not limited to the following:
· Provide creative input for the development of marketing activities and associated materials
· Conduct research to identify potential audiences for marketing activities
· Create and implement Web-based and traditional marketing activities
· Complete routine and incremental (weekly/monthly) marketing tasks
· Great communication and organizational skills
· Excellent writing and design skills
· Work or academic experience in marketing or communications
· Outstanding Microsoft Office Skills, with emphasis on Excel. Photoshop and Web experience is a plus!
· Good project management skills and strong attention to detail, with timely and accurate follow-up through completion.
· Currently enrolled at UW Madison.
How to Apply
Please email your resume and 2 references to
by September 7, 2012. No phone calls, please.
The University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center
The UWDCC supports the educational and outreach missions of the University of Wisconsin by providing professional leadership in the creation of quality digital resources from libraries and archives for faculty, staff and students, citizens of the state and scholars at large. Located on the UW-Madison campus, the UWDCC has digitized over one-million objects, developed and implemented technologies to enhance digital collections, and partnered with a variety of content providers to create illustrative and valuable digital resources. For more information, visit the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center at http://uwdc.library.wisc.edu/.