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Working As A Community Advisor

  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Resolving Conflicts and Negotiating with Others
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Deal with People

  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • Repetitive

  • $26,800

    Average Salary

What Does A Community Advisor Do At Tesoro

* Maintains and executes on integrated digital strategy across multiple platforms.
* Day-to-day management of social media channels, including monitoring, content creation, community engagement and advising on additional initiatives for effective communications.
* Maintains relationships and works with external agencies to achieve.
* Oversees collaborative content management system, helping facilitate integrated campaigns and maximize the value of our communications efforts.
* Consults with clients on communications needs, creates communications plans and materials that are strategic, address relevant audiences and take into consideration required resources.
* Effectively supports implementation of plans.
* Analyzes, reviews, and reports on effectiveness of digital campaigns in an effort to measure, learn and optimize results.
* Maintains awareness of new and innovative digital and social media trends and tactics.
* Supports media relations, issues and crisis teams with development and implementation of social channel strategy.
* Participates in Incident Command team.
* Support Corporate Affairs team development of content management and social media skills.
* Applies standards that promote continuity and consistency across the organization’s communications processes.
* Participates in special projects or other communications initiatives, as needed

What Does A Community Advisor Do At T. Rowe Price

* Works closely with the Senior Manager, Wealth Marketing Communications and Promotion to partner broadly across USI Product & Marketing to build, execute and support the overall go-to-market strategy, including developing and delivering broad integrated USI investment campaigns needed for various stages of a client’s lifecycle including awareness, consideration, conversion, service and retention.
* The lead manager will build strong partnerships and engage regularly with a wide variety of groups, including USI segment marketers, Product, Offer, IPC, internal and external agencies to bring integrated campaigns to life for clients and new prospective investors across paid, owned, and earned assets.
* The individual requires an understanding of investments, capital markets, marketing communications best practices, collaboration, enterprise navigation, and negotiation that will lead to greater awareness, content/asset engagement, and overall marketing effectiveness.
* This role builds effective relationships with key stakeholders, such as USI Offer, Product, segment marketing, sales, activation, IPC, and frequently collaborates with multiple stakeholders, including internal and external agency, digital team, Product, IPC, and others as appropriate.
* This individual manages broad integrated programs for the segment and adjusts tactics based on key metrics/learnings around effectiveness.
* Oversee development and implementation of marketing deliverables across five key phases: Design, Build, Launch, Monitor, and Measure.
* Supports regular PR, advertising, advertorial, social media efforts through appropriate channels by leveraging firm wide investment content and driving new, segment-specific investment content
* Diligent focus on campaign execution, learning – proactively serving up relevant investment content/wealth ideas and opportunities by getting closer to client/segment needs.
* Incumbent also packages and promotes new and current value add programs and products

What Does A Community Advisor Do At University of Alaska

* UAS Student Housing is hiring Community Advisors for the Spring 2018 academic year.
* A Community Advisor (CA) is a live-in paraprofessional staff member that serves as a positive leader and peer role model within the Housing and greater campus community.
* Being a CA is a great way to improve your marketable skills for future employment, such as those pertaining to public speaking, customer service, conflict mediation, critical thinking and problem-solving , time management, and administrative ability.
* Community Advisors, like all student staff in Student Housing, are one of our most important departmental resources.
* We view the position as being one that is developmental and educational to our student staff and value that opportunity for personal and professional growth.
* Though training is largely provided, we do expect some of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities to be displayed and demonstrated:
* Full time (12 credits) student status
* Minimum 2
* cumulative GPA is required
* May not be on disciplinary probation
* Effective interpersonal skills
* Ability to work as a member of a staff team
* Demonstrated leadership and/or peer helping skills
* Preference given to candidates with experience living in communal environments and/or university leadership involvement
* Preference given to candidates with cumulative GPA of 2
* or higher
* Position duties and requirements include the following:
* Housing Desk tasks
* Customer Service during desk shifts at a Housing Desk location, including resident mail sorting and package pickup, resource referrals, and administrative tasks
* Cleaning and maintaining Housing Lodge and John Pugh Hall desk locations
* Maintain resident files and paperwork
* Promote UAS events, programs, and services
* Schedule resident meetings with professional staff
* Prep event materials and/or advertising
* Create and distribute postings or flyer
* On
* Call Hours - weekdays and weekends
* Community Advisors are required to be "On
* Call" once a week, to be scheduled in conjunction with one's supervisor,
* between Sunday
* Thursday.
* Friday's, Saturdays, and Sundays (Sundays only in John Pugh Hall) are considered weekends, and will be shared equally among Community Advisors in that area.
* Community Advisors work approximately 28 nights on call per semester, regardless of placement.
* Programming
* Community Advisors are required to attend three programs put on by UAS per semester.
* As a part of this process, Community Advisors are expected to help promote the event and to bring residents to that event.
* This would include word of mouth advertising, sharing Facebook/Social Media links, and bringing at least 5 residents/students to that event.
* Community Advisors are required to plan, advertise, and facilitate one original event per semester.
* These events will be calendared prior to move-in, during training time.
* In addition, Community Advisors are expected to attend and assist with two other events put on by Community Advisors throughout the semester.
* These events will be chosen during training periods.
* Resident Interaction
* Community Advisors are expected to maintain regular interactions with residents living at UAS Housing, with special attention paid to residents living within the area they reside (Banfield Hall, John Pugh Hall, Apartment Complex).
* During meetings with their supervisors, Community Advisors will be expected to update their supervisors on the well-being of residents living on-campus.
* This will include roommate interactions, wellness concerns, and more.
* Staff meetings and one-on-one meetings
* Community Advisors are expected to attend regular Staff Meetings and One-on
* Ones with their supervisors.
* Each meeting will run approximately one hour in length.
* Campus Life Division Programming and Casino Night Support
* Community Advisors are expected to work one "Campus Life" program per semester.
* Campus Life programs include Campus Kickoff (Fall), Community Thanksgiving (Fall), Winterfest (Spring), and Spring Carnival (Spring).
* Additionally, Community Advisors are also expected to work Residence Life departmental events, which may include Casino Night, Resident Appreciation parties, etc.
* Commons Visbility Time
* Community Advisors are expected to spend at least two hours per week utilizing the commons in their respective area.
* Training is provided to all student staff of Student Housing.
* This training includes; participation in new student employee orientation facilitated by campus partners in Career Service and Human Resources, paid training periods prior to the beginning of each academic semester, continued training through weekly one-on-one meetings with direct supervisors, weekly staff meetings which may include in-service training.
* Specific training and certifications include but are not limited to CPR/AED training for adults, diversity awareness, housing policies and procedures, student development theory, suicide prevention training, sexual assault training, and conflict mediation.
* This position’s benefits include provided housing at no cost, $10
* hourly wages available for administrative tasks, and a $450 meal plan per semester of employment.
* The review date for applications will begin November 20, 2017

What Does A Community Advisor Do At City of Seattle

* Develop, coordinate, and implement a strategic communication plan that:
* reaches diverse communities
* generates public interest and understanding of the CPC's issue areas and initiatives
* communicates the CPC's work to stakeholders, increasing visibility
* helps create and highlight opportunities for community members and stakeholders to engage with the CPC
* streamlines communication efforts and creates efficiencies
* Execute a full-range of communication activities, including:
* serving as the point-of-contact for media
* developing relationships with the media and pitching stories
* implementing media (including social media) and community outreach campaigns
* writing press releases
* organizing press conferences
* creating and managing digital and web content, including social media
* drafting public information materials
* developing graphic designs and layouts for print and online publications
* drafting talking points and other key messaging materials
* Develop and implement protocols and standards for external communication; serve as internal reviewer to maintain consistency in external communication; provide constructive feedback to staff and commissioners to meet the standard
* Develop performance measures to track and evaluate the effectiveness of communication techniques; monitor milestones and report progress in high-level summaries the CPC's work

What Does A Community Advisor Do At PDS Tech Inc.

* Develops high levels of proficiency in creation of online deliverables (product-description pages, site banners and coming soon/family pages) within prescribed deadlines.
* Generates significant contributions to marcom messaging projects and can carry some projects independently.
* Shows mastery of brand voice.
* Nurtures big-picture, strategic-thinking skills.
* Regularly contributes to the peer review process.
* Becomes intimately familiar with client products.
* Shows growth in their understanding of the technical aspects of products and all that’s behind the “secure, manageable and reliable” pillars.
* Demonstrates an ability to write for any vehicle, across consumer and commercial product lines.
* Exhibits strong communication skills and a drive to ask questions and obtain clarity around directives.
* Establishes basic client-presentation and idea-selling skills.
* Collaborates with PMs, AMs, CDs, art directors and designers across teams.
* Implements and maintains brand voice, tone and style for both national and global audiences.
* Engages in multiple projects simultaneously.
* Displays acute attention to detail

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  • Romanian

  • Dari

  • Hmong

  • Russian

  • Kurdish

  • Filipino

  • Greek

  • Carrier

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Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Community Outreach/Us-India Advisor Greenpeace, Inc. MA Oct 01, 2014 $67,465
Community Advisor Georgetown University Washington, DC Jul 01, 2013 $65,000
Community Advisor Georgetown University Washington, DC Jul 24, 2013 $65,000
Community Advisor Georgetown University Washington, DC Aug 01, 2013 $65,000

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Top Community Advisor Skills

  1. Residential Life
  2. Ensure Safety
  3. Policy Violations
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Implement and enforced residential life polices and rules, documenting cases of deviance.
  • Perform nightly rounds with assistance from one other CA to ensure safety of students within the building after hours.
  • Collaborated with 4 colleagues to mediate conflicts and address policy violations.
  • Enhanced crisis management skills through confronting residents.
  • Led strategic communications to global audience of 80,000+ Application Development professionals.

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