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The Communications Manager is the primary source of all internal and external communication activities for EI. As the point of contact for all media, communications and marketing activities, this position directs all facets of EI’s communication from creation of a marketing/communications to editorial review of all public-facing content. In addition, this position provides supervision to the Events Specialist, who is responsible for organized events ranging from seminars to multi-day conferences as well as visits from government officials, academic institutions and think-tanks, external collaborators and industry partners; and a team of student media/ communications and graphic design interns to execute necessary day-to-day activities (i.e. social media postings or graphics creation). This position advises the EI’s Executive and Administrative Teams on communications strategy and implementation, and is responsible for managing engagement with the EI’s wide audience base (alumni, donors, students, prospective students, faculty, staff, industry partners). By creating a yearly strategic communications plan that considers audience and mediums (i.e. web, social media, print, video) this position aims to strengthen the brand and further promote the research endeavors and global impact of the EI. This position also provides communication support to development efforts, assisting with materials to support the cultivation and stewardship of donors.
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