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Social Media and Communications Assistant – Center for Women’s Health Research
The Center for Women's Health Research is looking for an individual with a diverse skill set they can apply to the public communications functions of our office. The primary function of this position is to manage the Center's social media calendar. This will require a weekly commitment and strong organization skills. The position will also require someone with an interest in external and internal communication. This may include: finding material for our blog, newsletter, and social media accounts; developing and maintaining contact lists; interviewing principal investigators and research participants for stories; as well as assistance with occasional event coordination.
- Must possess strong writing skills
- Open to having their work constructively critiqued for style, form, and content
- Knowledge of various social media platforms
- Knowledge of/willingness to learn basic web management skills
- Willingness to assist with administrative duties
- Comfort speaking with diverse professional and public groups
- Occasional event coordination
- Familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Interest in learning, or current working knowledge of Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign a plus
- Available 4-6 hours per week
Please note that our office is located one-mile south of main campus. We have free, ample parking, and are easily accessible via the NS and V bus lines. This is a summer position expected to start in mid-May with the possibility of continuing through the fall. Forward all resumes and cover letters to Jennifer Rumbach.
Grant Writers Needed – Center for Women’s Health Research
Are you a skilled wordsmith with a PhD-level medical writing background? Do you have experience with women’s health issues? If so we’d love to talk to you. The Center for Women’s Health Research is adding to our pool of grant writers to call upon when our principal investigators have proposals that need polishing. Work may include simple proofreading and editing or may involve micro- or macro-editing, or writing depending on the project. This work is on an as-needed, as-you’re-interested basis. Send your resume, two writing samples that demonstrate your medical writing ability, and any questions you may have to Jennifer Rumbach at firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested candidates must be willing to undergo a background check in accordance with UNC Independent Contractor guidelines, and sign a statement of work at the beginning of each project.
Please do not contact the Center directly for SHRA and EHRA positions. All resumes and applications must go through the provided links to be considered for employment.