DIGITAL MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Program in Science, Technology, and Society-Knight Science Journalism (KSJ) Program, to develop and implement all digital and print-based marketing campaigns for the KSJ@MIT Fellowship Program and Undark Magazine with the goal of increasing and driving audience awareness of KSJ@MIT and its role in science journalism.
The mission of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT is to nurture and enhance the ability of journalists from around the world to accurately document the often complex intersection of science, technology, and human culture. This emphasis is reflected in its core mid-career fellowship program, which includes specialized training programs, seminars, and an option to write for the program's magazine. Undark Magazine is the KSJ@MIT's editorially independent, digital publication launched in April 2016. The KSJ Program in Science, Technology and Society is a division of the School of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences.
REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree; a minimum of five years' directly-related work experience creating marketing and communications content across all media, including web, social media, email, and print; demonstrated knowledge of all relevant technologies and experience managing content management systems; demonstrated proficiency with Google Analytics, Microsoft and Adobe software tools, current and emerging social media and digital platforms, and web-based collaboration systems; strong analytical, communication, and project management skills; and willingness to work in a flexible, small-team environment. Experience within a publishing environment highly desirable. Working knowledge of basic website coding protocols (e.g., HTML, CSS) also desirable. A demonstrated creative and innovative approach to work preferred, as is experience contributing to the creation of digital and print graphic content and overseeing the production of image-based and graphic materials. Job #14542
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