Research Communications (under the Vice President for Research), located in M.I. King Library, is looking for a web coordinator to collaborate with the director on redesign/development effort, working with outside web developer, on Drupal site for Research enterprise. This person will act as the liaison between web developer, Research Communications, UKAT, Public Relations, as needed; populate then maintain site content; coordinate transition of prioritized unit sites from Adobe Dreamweaver/Contribute to Drupal; train research personnel on Drupal editing. This person will compile and post weekly Grants Bulletin and periodic year-to-date reports, maintain core facility and other research websites, manage social media (Twitter and Facebook), create and post content daily/weekly, assist director in developing a social media communication strategy.
Computer knowledge (Drupal, Adobe Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Office suite experience preferred), attention to detail, planning and organizing, project management, interpersonal and written communication skills, dependability
Position Time Status: Full-Time
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