The full-time position involves being responsible for communications across multiple digital channels to support the faculty’s marketing, recruitment and public relations activities.
Duties include conducting interviews, implementing engaging social media content and collaborating with work units across the faculty.
Experience with website development, delivery of content project management and advanced written and oral communication skills are required.
Previous involvement working in the arts sector, as well as an understanding of audiences and online behaviour, is also desirable.
Applications close 6 May 2015.
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