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The Digital Content Specialist is an effective science communicator who develops a wide range of digital marketing content to enhance reputation, generate awareness and drive engagement with marketing and communications efforts. Reporting to the Director of Content Development, this role will focus on the creation and sharing of editorial and marketing content across all of Feinberg’s digital channels, with an emphasis on digital media.
Written content will cover a diverse set of formats and applications – from long-form interviews and articles with faculty that explore high-impact scientific research to promotional social media posts that generate interest among prospective faculty, students and staff recruiting. The role also provides support for the creation of other marketing materials, including digital signage, photography, videography, and brochures.
*Note: Not all aspects of the job are covered by this job description.
Minimum Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities.)
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