Scripps: Communications & Program Support Specialist to support the organization’s communications platforms and programmatic priorities. Scripps is a successful research organization with a strong record of external funding, achieved through a culture of teamwork, collaboration, and positive impact.
Work with leadership team to update content and maintain currency of organizational websites
Work with authors to create data visualizations and final formatting for presentations and for printed materials including grant proposals and research reports
Manage digital files and archives of reports, publicity, and brochures
Work with research dissemination lead to review, update, and maintain standards for graphics, formatting, and dissemination of research reports, newsletters, articles, and related materials
Gather information for and create internal and external newsletters
Provide support for large-scale surveys through management of contact lists, supervision of student workers, and assistance with SNAP software and helpline calls
Lead production of materials for training sessions for Opening Minds through Art program
Assist with recruitment, admissions, matriculation, and graduation processes for graduate programs in gerontology
Facilitate the work of the center through customer support, back-up, and assistance with office procedures and projects as needed
Require: Relevant associate’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience; demonstrated ability to create and understand data tables, graphs, and charts; experience with Microsoft office applications, Adobe Creative Suite, and Adobe Pro; experience with CollegeNet CRM; good editing and proofreading skills and experience with APA formatting; experience with SNAP survey software.
Desire: Experience in higher education or similar setting; knowledge of the aging network and external funding procedures in the field of gerontology; familiarity with Scholarly Commons.
Submit cover letter and resume to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/496199. Direct inquiries to Cheryl Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications begins October 21, 2019 and continues until position is filled.
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