CITRIS Multimedia and Outreach
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Hours Per Week: 15 Hours
Background Check: No
PHYSICAL WORK LOCATION: On Campus
The CITRIS Multimedia and Outreach Coordinator is the messenger of all research and outreach programs. The candidate will serve to produce images, graphics, videos, TikToks, Twitter messages and more to connect with student groups and engage community, industry and educational partners in our events, trainings and promoting our research.
*Experience/willingness to learn Canva, MailChimp, Social Media
*Interest/Experience writing creatively and professionally
*Experience/willingness to learn to proofread and edit, take constructive feedback and apply it
*Assist in the creation of flyers, blog posts, social media posts and email campaigns
*Plan, attend, and execute events for targeted student and faculty audiences
*Communicate efficiently with event staff and all guests
*Engage greater attendance at events by tracking progress and additional details
*Assisting with events sponsored or hosted by CITRIS as needed
*Assisting with other CITRIS projects as necessary
*Experience in writing, design and organization
*Experience/willingness to learn marketing and design software
*Ability to understand the department's mission and communicate mission and goals in all marketing and media
*Organizational skills (including experience with/willingness to learn various technologies and programs to organize and complete tasks)
*Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and balance numerous tasks with varying deadlines
*Perform detail-oriented and timely tasks
*Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written in one-on-one and group settings with students, staff, faculty, community members, and donors/sponsors
*Demonstrate outstanding attention to detail and follow-through
*Ability to work independently and as part of a team
*Ability to acknowledge and respect the diversity of all people who you work with
*Proactive and positive attitude required
*SSHA majors are encouraged to apply, but all majors are welcome!
Please contact Leigh Bernacchi at email@example.com for more information.
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