Current Job Openings
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Social Media/Content Specialist
Director of Digital Content & Engagement
Full-Time - Non-Exempt
Supports the efforts to increase tourism in Park City and Summit County by creating, curating, managing and monitoring content across key social media channels for the Park City Chamber/Bureau and Visit Park City brand.
Essential Job Functions
- Oversee, enhance and update all social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.) for Visit Park City and encourage the exchange of user generated content.
- Monitoring and engaging daily on social media channels. Setting up social listening streams as needed to identify content opportunities, trending conversations and identifying issues.
- Implement and maintain quarterly and monthly content calendars created in conjunction with marketing, communications and agency teams.
- Manage the Visit Park City blog which includes writing content, managing contributing writers, editing, and posting content based on the content calendar.
- Develop systems and best practices (both human and technology) for content creation, distribution, maintenance, content retrieval and content repurposing.
- Shoot and edit photos and short video clips for web-based, e-mail and social media communications.
- Assist and support internal departments (Membership / M&C) regarding best-practices for social media management and implementation. This includes helping drive specific social media strategies and projects (i.e. Work with the Membership Team to develop a social media communication strategy / plan to reach Members and provide timely / relevant information.)
- Track all efforts in relation to content goals and performance measures and provide standard monthly / annual reports detailing social media stats / results.
- Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the Chamber/Bureau’s discretion.
Education & Experience
- Four year College Degree (Communication / Journalism / Marketing) plus 1-2 years of relevant working experience.
- Possesses strong creative writing skills to create, edit and publish articles for the blog and website.
- Prior experience shooting, editing, and organizing photo and video assets.
- Strong desire to create content to share the Park City experience. Willingness to reach out to members to ensure balanced representation of our membership.
- Experience promoting content across multiple social channels in both organic and paid methods.
- Passionate about being the face of Visit Park City channels and willing to engaging with audiences across all social platforms including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Twitter.
- High degree of analytical and creative skills to plan, implement, and tweak content strategies based on data and performance metrics.
- Experience with Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, UGC Aggregators, and Social Media Management applications.
- Ability to interact effectively and work collaboratively with staff, members and agency partners.
- Able to work effectively in a multi-tasking environment and be able to work non-traditional hours to complete the job responsibilities (i.e. early morning photo shoots / weekend events / evening events).
- Must be at least an intermediate skier and have an interest in/knowledge of outdoor recreation activities (skiing, mountain biking, hiking, etc.)
Part-Time Visitor Information Specialist
Visitor Information Desks at 1794 Olympic Parkway Blvd and Park City Museum at 528 Main Street.
Visitor Services Manager
Part-Time - Non-Exempt
Provide visitor information to Park City and Summit County guests with a goal of extending and enhancing their experience in our area.
- Provide and assist visitors with current and accurate information in a courteous and professional manner, whether in person or on the phone.
- Assure a complete supply of appropriate member business brochures are available for customers at all times.
- Knowledge of and a desire to learn more about the area’s lodging, restaurants, attractions, events, history, recreation, and general information.
- Create a positive impression of Park City and Summit County as a hospitable destination.
- Provide information about our visitors/customers that is helpful in assessing the success of the visitor information program and other Chamber/Bureau programs.
- Maintain an accurate accounting of those visiting the information center.
- Operate the Museum computer/cash register by handling sales transactions. Look up Museum members in the membership database.
- Keep brochure racks stocked at all times and to call for additional brochures when needed and to track such requests.
- Review at each shift all memos, flyers, newspapers, and other local resources to ensure up-to-date knowledge of current events and happenings in the Park City area.
- Attend staff meetings as scheduled and other job development familiarization tours, docent trainings at the museum, hotel site tours and other development opportunities.
- Actively search and acquire updated knowledge about the area’s lodging, restaurants, recreation, arts & culture, shopping, events, history, attractions, and general information.
- Oversee the physical location - keep the work area tidy, straighten and organize the storage areas, understand and operate the alarm system, and alarm procedures, if applicable.
- Post and remove flyers and posters on local events.
- Provide assistance as needed with special projects for the Chamber/Bureau, as needed.
- Requires knowledge of the Park City and Summit County area, special events, history, attractions, services and Chamber/Bureau services.
- Customer service oriented, tactful, patient, conscientious, and reliable.
- Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, coupled with an upbeat, positive attitude, enthusiasm and attention to detail.
- Ability to be a team player.
- Work a flexible schedule.
- Professional well-groomed appearance.
- Basic knowledge of computes and primary Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Word and Outlook.)
- Ability to lift 20 pounds.
- Stand on feet for extended time and must be able to walk around the Museum for opening and closing procedures. The VIC physical needs include using a small step-stool for material management, and other physical tasks include posting flags on the exterior of the building and opening outside umbrellas. The Museum physical needs include being able to climb a small ladder or step stool to reset the display “detonator” and other museum exhibit devise.
- Hearing (with our without correction) – must be able to converse with others in a normal conversation.
- Vision (with or without correction) – must be able to operate a cash register/computer. Other tasks include perusing written literature and examining the condition of exhibits, galleries, and displays.
- Must be able to speak clearly and have voice projection that can reach a group of up to 10 people at a time.
- Some tasks require minimum capabilities in balancing, bending, climbing, kneeling, walking, pushing, reaching above shoulders with two-handed operations.