The Director is responsible for leading the School of Public Health's mission-critical department of Communications and is responsible for SPH's marketing strategy, brand positioning, and reputation management. They will serve as a trusted advisor to the Dean on communications and marketing strategies and must have a deep understanding of current trends and best practices. They partner with the Dean on a variety of communications the Dean engages on in their role aiming to always achieve a level of professional communication that elevates the School.
This position is ultimately responsible for leading the team responsible for communication and marketing strategies that enhance the school's reputation, elevates its brand, and strengthens its community. This position has extensive scope throughout many high-visibility areas of the school and. partners with units across the School to advise them in elevating their communications to the next level. The incumbent serves as an expert advisor for the units at the School.
Direction and Strategic Planning: Provides innovative thinking, strategy, leadership and management for the high-profile, high volume SPH communications department.
Digital Communications: Manage and directs the communications team that produces digital content for the School of Public Health, including the website, video and photography
SPH Liaison to stakeholders: Manage high-level, complex relationships within the School and University.
Events: Manage all aspects of event marketing for the School of Public Health
Bachelor's Degree Required; 8-10 Years of Experience.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Internal Number: 2996
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