-Holtec Security International, Content Creation and Social Media Coordinator

Camden, NJ
Full Time

Job Title: Content Creation and Social Media Coordinator


Under direction, this associate is responsible for designing, producing, publishing, editing, and creating multi-media contents and presentations. Their primary responsibility is publishing content on all social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, to grow and sustain an audience that builds broad awareness of unity policing.



  • To be responsible for effectively communicating the department’s message internally and externally by using a broad range of mediums and communication platforms
  • To use knowledge of computer systems to conduct research and analyze data
  • Establish a detailed understanding of community and employee sentiment relative to the target operating environment, crime prevention efforts, police-citizen relations, and transparency
  • Create oral and written reports for department’s assigned personnel that are presented in a concise and well-organized manner
  • To brainstorm and design unique multi-media content that is consistent with the department’s message for each of the department’s social media platforms
  • Facilitate online/social media presence and engagement in a cohesive and beneficial way
  • To design flyers and graphics for social media and new-community based policing initiatives
  • Manage and work on our website using WordPress management system
  • To produce videos for social media and website use
  • To design vehicle wraps and other promotional materials from scratch and on deadlines using Adobe Creative Suite Software
  • Photograph using high resolution camera and cell phone at times
  • Perform related work as desired



  • Degree in Computer Science, Communications, Digital Design or closely related field from an accredited college

NOTE: Equivalent combinations of education and experience may also be considered


  • Experience performing videography and using video editing software
  • Knowledge using Adobe Creative suite software
    • Adobe Illustrator
    • Adobe InDesign
    • Adobe Photoshop
  • Experience photographing using Cannon and Nikon high resolution camera 
  • Experience managing a website using WordPress management system
  • Expertise in multiple social media platforms
  • Familiarity with digital content management systems
  • Expertise in grasping present and future digital technology trends and ability to act on them proactively



  • Multitasking and analytical skills
  • Acute attention to details
  • Strong strategic, creative thinking skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to present research findings
  • Team oriented






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