Digital Media Program Manager [JRP-06024]

Posted On: Jun 1, 2024
Company: University of Houston

The University of Houston is currently seeking to hire a Digital Media Program Manager. In this role, you will be responsible for digital communications activities to support the advancement of a major university division, program or center through the planning and coordination of integrated media across communications platforms.


  • Lead communication efforts across current and emerging digital media platforms within a specific college or division
  • Identify program needs and implement targeted initiatives and outreach strategies
  • Manage project lifecycle for all approved digital media initiatives and participates in strategic planning
  • Guide user experience, design, and compatibility of program websites
  • Execute, update, and manage content for all program web pages
  • Develop comprehensive social media strategy, curating both daily content and long-term campaigns
  • Coordinate external and internal e-communications, including emails, electronic newsletters, and digital signage
  • Initiate production of video and other media content to support program goals and priorities
  • Collaborate with media producers on campus and outside vendors
  • Supervise video equipment, assets, and data storage
  • May work with University IT and division administrators for specific projects
  • Leverage monitoring and reporting tools to define key engagement metrics and grow audience (track project success and compile detailed reports showing trends and insights across media platforms)
  • Perform other job-related duties as needed


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Minimum of three (3) years of directly job-related experience

Special Note to Applicants: When applying for this role, please submit a cover letter with your resume. The policy of the University of Houston System and its universities is to ensure equal opportunity in all its educational programs and activities, and all terms and conditions of employment without regard to age, race, color, disability, religion, national origin, ethnicity, military status, genetic information, sex (including gender and pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity or status, or gender expression, except where such a distinction is required by law.

Posted On

Jun 1, 2024


University of Houston