• Communications Specialist

    Posting Number 2018-4777
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(10/25/2018 1:58 PM)
    Location : Location
    US-NY-New York
    Department
    SHC Health Promotion
    School/Division
    Student Health Center
    Compensation Grade
    Band 52
    Union
    N/A
    FT/PT
    Full-Time
    Category
    Marketing/Advertising/Public Relations/Media/Video/Audio
  • Position Summary

    Develop internal and external communication tools, messages and materials, including print and electronic publications, website content, social media, campaigns, public relations materials, direct mail, marketing, multimedia and other related materials, in support of Health Promotion and Student Health Center projects and initiatives and its diverse audiences (including but not limited to NYU students, parents, faculty/staff, and SHC staff). Collaborate and coordinate with SHC and broader University constituents to generate, maintain, and disseminate student health and wellbeing- related content across University communication channels. Conduct communications-related research and assessments to inform and improve decision-making around communication strategies and effectiveness.

    Qualifications

    Required Education:
    Bachelor’s degree in a related field

    Required Experience:
    3 years of relevant professional experience planning, implementing, and evaluating a variety of communication and marketing activities.

    Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
    Ability to use market research; approach marketing and communication challenges creatively in a high energy, complex university environment. Strong creative sense. Excellent graphic design skills. Strong design sense; ability to design high-functioning, artistic, interactive physical spaces (e.g., tabling displays, Calm Corners, interactive experiences, etc.) Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite. Skill in crafting targeted communications for addressing specialized needs of diverse audiences. Knowledge of communication theories, principles, practices and techniques. Familiarity with commonly used style guides.

    Additional Information

    EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

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