Emory University Coord, Communications (ETS) in Atlanta, Georgia


Job Requisition ID:



981485:Task Force for Global Health

Job Description:

JOB DESCRIPTION: * For use by Emory Temporary Services only * Coordinates various communications activities for a division, school, department, or center. Writes, edits, or develops various communications materials such as correspondence, newsletters, brochures, information packets and articles. May keep targeted audiences abreast of key information by developing and maintaining a website. May assist with or participate in various public relations activities. Publicizes and participates in various special events. May conduct tours. Responds to public inquiries. Develops and maintains effective methods for distributing communication materials and information. May monitor information relevant to the organization, its mission, and operations. Maintains required record-keeping and documentation and may monitor budget. May utilize various aspects of social media to accomplish work objectives. Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree in journalism, public relations, English, or a related field. One year of related work experience.

Operating Unit/Division:

The Task Force for Global Health

Job Title:

Coord, Communications (ETS)

This position involves::

Not Applicable

Preferred Qualifications:

Strong written and verbal communications skills is required. Strong interest in nonprofit work, especially global health and public health. Experience working in a communications, marketing or PR environment. Some familiarity with sound editing principles and programs (e.g., Adobe Audition, Audacity, Garage Band, etc.) Light graphic design skills. General interest or background in creating digital media. Experience with/understanding of creating content that fits organizational brand identities.

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Additional Job Details:

Assist communications staff in creating and publishing a monthly e-newsletter. Tag, categorize and organize digital resources. Transcribe audio from interviews to aid in production of podcast. Create simple graphics, as needed. Participate in on-the-job training in software programs, as needed. Ghost-write blogs for phii.org on behalf of non-communications staff. Other communications-related work as needed, including administrative tasks, content development, etc.