Event support; set up & clean up; basic tech support; photography â“ availability on Thursday afternoons and evenings.
Capacity to design, print and post posters/publicize events.
Update, manage and maintain the departmental website and social media accounts.
Design and generate content for and oversee the dissemination of the quarterly departmental newsletter.
Identify and expand the target audience for RDI news and events.
Identify and implement strategies for communicating and growing various RDI stakeholders in and outside the University community.
Data entry; populate and moderate RDI listservs; send events communications using listservs.
Provide general office support stocking copier, and maintain office supplies.
Gathers and disseminates information designed to keep the public informed of the organization's programs, accomplishments, or point of view, with moderate to high levels of guidance and direction.
Continues to build knowledge of the University, processes and customers.
Performs other related work as needed.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
Proficient in multi-media platforms.
Strong organizational skills, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, ability to work independently, skilled in writing text and social media posts, and excellent attention to detail.
Some flexibility is available in scheduling; However, in-person and in-office work is the expectation.
The position requires evening hours approximately once a week (i.e., 3:00PM CST - 9:30PM CST).
Availability to work regular afternoon/early evening shifts and occasional evening events.
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