Department: DGE – Global Ecology
Location: Stanford, CA
Provides social media and website support to the Department of Global Ecology (DGE). Creates, publishes, and manages written and graphic content for the Department’s outward-facing communications. This is a part time position.
- Assist in coordinating and implementing communications and outreach across DGE’s websites and social media platforms.
- Keep the DGE website updated and accurate, including personnel, lab, seminar, news, and other related information.
- Provide help with communications and outreach efforts. Includes tasks such as working with ecology researchers to develop text and/or visual content for the website and other public facing materials, and helping to promote this content on social and other media.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, providing communications support in a high professional, fast-paced work environment.
- Ability to deal appropriately with confidential information and work independently.
- High levels of organization, reliability, trustworthiness, intelligence, communication skills, and motivation.
- Strong writing, editing, proofreading, and spelling skills.
- Experience or training in obtaining, managing and storing image copyright permissions. Original photography and/or illustration a plus.
- Highly empathetic, collegial and service-oriented with strong customer service skills and ability to collaborate with a diverse group of internal and external people.
- Familiarity with a range of technology applications, which may include, for example, social media management platforms such as Hootsuite; social networking services such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram; video editors such as Adobe Premiere Pro; content management systems such as WordPress and Drupal and their associated analytics; and standard office applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat.An ability to learn new technologies as needed. Self-motivated and self-directed person with a helping personality, able to achieve job satisfaction by helping a team be more successful.
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