An opportunity has arisen in the Department of Chemistry for a Communications Officer to showcase the Department’s activities both within and beyond the university. The post holder will be expected to work with the Deputy Head of Faculty Operations (DHFO) to develop and execute an effective and creative communications strategy for the department, playing a critical role in growing and engaging the community.
Knowledge of marketing techniques and channels to deliver and implement marketing strategies is required.
The Department of Chemistry is one of the largest and most successful departments at York and we are renowned internationally for our research. As a department, we strive to provide a working environment that allows all staff and students to contribute fully, to flourish, and to excel. We are proud of our Athena SWAN Gold Award.
This role will develop and deliver effective communications that connect and showcase the Department’s activities both within and beyond the university. The post holder will be adept at identifying, researching, and developing campaigns and stories. They will work with colleagues in central and faculty-based communications and marketing teams and external collaborators to tell those stories through digital and social media, impactful events, compelling internal and external campaigns, and other activities to inspire and engage stakeholders
Interview date: To be confirmed
For informal enquiries: Please contact Jayne Lawrence (email@example.com)
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