The Communications Assistant at The Center for Healthcare Engineering and Patient Safety (CHEPS) will assist the Center’s Marketing & Communications Specialist in promoting the Center and sharing our work with a wide audience. Depending on skills of candidate work may involve advertising events such as our seminar series, web maintenance/updates/design, social media, print design, photography, writing, shooting and editing video, as well as general administrative tasks.
Flexible work hours based on program needs including the ability to work remotely on certain projects. Must be available to work 6-8 hours/week. Please upload a resume and supply a link to any relevant work examples (writing, web work, design, etc.) in your application or by email to Liz Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educational value of this job.
You’ll work with a multi-disciplinary team, develop your communication skills, and be able to learn about marketing and communications in higher education while applying that learning in real-world instances.
Strong writing skills, some knowledge of WordPress and/or Adobe Creative Suite, creativity, ability to work independently and with a team. Experience in photography and or video (both shooting and editing) is a bonus but not required.