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EMR Program and Communications Assistant Faculty of Arts and Sciences 52368BR
The EMR Program and Communications Assistant (Staff Assistant III) will support Committee-related programming and events and provide administrative support for the Chair, Administrative and Program Director (AD), and EMR Faculty Committee.
Job-Specific Responsibilities Program-related activities will include supporting five university-wide Working Groups, research grant and thesis prize competitions, and purchases. Communications responsibilities include producing print and online versions of the "Courses that Count" catalog for each semester, circulating a bi-weekly newsletter, maintaining the EMR website, overseeing social media content, publicizing program communications and events, communicating with donors to the EMR Fund, arranging for EMR's presence at outreach events, and engaging in outreach efforts on EMR's behalf. Other routine responsibilities include fielding email, phone, and walk-in inquiries, and assisting the Administrative and Program Director with building interdepartmental, cross-institutional, and community relationships.
Basic Qualifications 3+ years of experience. Education may count towards experience Additional Qualifications
Background in communicating effectively with diverse audiences.
Excellent writing and editing skills.
Ability to work collaboratively with a team, as well as to independently manage multiple projects at once.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Ability to interact professionally and comfortably with diverse faculty, colleagues, students, guests, program partners, donors, and external vendors.
Strong attention to detail and comfort in a fast-paced environment.
Interest in specifically supporting programming in Ethnic and Indigenous Studies strongly preferred.
Familiarity with Zoom,Facebook, Instagram, MS Teams, Mail Chimp, and InDesign a plus.
Must be able to perform duties remotely.
Job Function General Administration
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Location USA - MA - Cambridge
Department Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights