1) In collaboration with the PSD Communications Director,Â develop and execute communication plans across multiple media channels.
2) Write announcements, press releases, and news articles to communicate faculty awards, promotions, and research .
3) Execute special communications projects for the Dean.
4) Generate content and communications plans for events, including equity, diversity & inclusion exhibits.
5) Develop and disseminate internal communications, including newsletters and bulletins.
6) Create profiles of PSD community members to support inclusion, development, and student recruitment efforts.
7) Maintain editorial calendars and produce posts for social media channels
8) Create analytics reports and presentations for both digital platforms and equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts.
9) Assist with updating and maintaining the PSD website.
10) Assist in creating marketing collateral, including brochures, flyers, etc.
11) Assist with development communications for campaigns and events.
12) Support other PSD communications and equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts as needed.
1) Demonstrated experience using and supporting web-based content management systems, email service providers, and/or marketing automation platforms.
2) Familiarity with or knowledge of SEO best practices and website analytics tools.
3) Excellent oral and communication skills.
4) Demonstrated ability to think creatively.
5) Ability to multi-task, work independently, and produce a high volume of work under tight deadlines.
6) Familiarty with adobe suite.
7) Ability to work collegially and collaboratively.
1) Bachelorâ™s Degree in journalism, communications, public relations, English, or a related field.
1) Excellent writing, organizational and problem solving skills.
2) Minimum of five years of experience in digital communications, journalism, or related field.
3) Experience with developing digital communications (blogging, newsletters, social media, website maintenance, etc.)
4) Non-profit or higher education communications experience.
1) Cover Letter
3) Writing sample (web content preferred)
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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