full-time position with the Center for Immunization Research; 37.5 hours per week; Monday - Friday
Under the direction of the CIR Faculty, coordinate implementation of CIR's communications and recruitment strategy.
Responsible for the administration, content development and management of CIR's websites, media and social media sites (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter), newsletters and other communication outreach. Contribute ideas for blogs, infographics, and other dissemination methods. Liaise with partners and project staff to develop a variety of web and print products and presentation materials that are user-friendly, accurate, timely and well-written and disseminate them to appropriate audiences in both print and electronic formats. Provide project coordination and communicate content on major communications and recruitment initiatives, track project deliverables, and produce reports to faculty and key staff.
Perform other duties as required.
Bachelor's degree. Two years related experience with writing and editing of scientific materials. Knowledge and understanding of public health, especially with clinical vaccine trials. Strong communication, presentation, writing, editing, and interpersonal skills. Organized, detail-oriented, and adept at juggling multiple assignments to meet deadlines. Ability to express ideas clearly and logically and undertake independent problem solving. Proficiency in Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Experience or willingness to train in website content management systems and social media monitoring and analytics tools. Advanced degree may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
**JHU Equivalency Formula: 18 graduate degree credits may substitute for one year of experience. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college course work may be applied towards the total minimum education/experience required for the respective job.**
Familiarity with Photoshop, Adobe Creative Suite, Sharepoint or similar systems.
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