Schedule M-F 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Education Level Community college diploma or equivalent
Hourly Rate $20.00 per hour
Provide support in print and electronic media technologies to promote marketing and communication for a program or department.
1. Contribute to internal communications projects, including updating content for websites, e-newsletters, print publications, video production.
2. Assist program/department staff to plan, coordinate, and implement various communication projects.
3. Assist in the research, development and maintenance of communication content.
4. Assist in planning, writing and editing of communication content for various internal audiences across multiple platforms.
5. Compile data detailing the use of social media platforms, web traffic, media coverage and other communication related activities.
Education: Community college diploma or equivalent, or enrolment in relevant university program.
Experience: Experience working and programming various Web and Social Media platforms.
Typical office environment.
Work is performed under general guidance and direction.
Does not design web pages, navigation or layout, or create graphic images, photography or videos.
Does not train other staff on making website or program changes.
Does not develop databases.
Does not provide advice regarding website structure, guidelines or development
How To Apply
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