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Marketing & Communications Intern

Job Number : 65364

Job Types : Temporary Part-Time

Division : Affiliated Organizations

Department : Task Force for Global Health

This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues: : Not Applicable

Job Categories : Business Operations

Location : Name : Task Force for Global Health

Campus Location (For Posting) : Location : US-GA-Decatur

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Description

Project/Department Summary:

The Task Force for Global Health’s Communications and Development engages constituents and partners by telling the story of The Task Force and our programs, raising awareness about global health issues, and sharing insights from The Task Force’s work.

Additionally, we support Task Force program teams by providing communications, marketing, and development counsel and services.

Internship Summary:

The intern will work with The Task Force for Global Health (TFGH) communications and development team and program team communicators to help expand our outreach and communications activities with current and potential supporters.

The intern will support The Task Force’s communications department in the areas of social media, writing, media outreach, event management, and developing systems to measure our impact.

For the month of April, they will work only 10 hours/week in conjunction with our current intern to learn the various activities they will take on when the current intern rolls off at the beginning of May. From May on, it will be 20hrs/week.

Under the supervision of the communications counterpart, he/she will assist with creating social media posts and graphics for social media channels including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn, interacting with social media influencers to increase our reach and track the pulse of current activities happening in global health and the general news.

The intern will help with capturing analytics, including monitoring our social media analytics, website analytics, and newsletter analytics.

They will help manage The Task Force’s WordPress website.

They will also assist with event activities, media outreach, writing, and development and fundraising activities as needed.

Timeframe:

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April to July 2021

Hours:

10-20 hrs/week, total: ~270 hrs. Since this role will overlap with the summer months, the student could work up to 40 hours, if needed.

Preferred Skills/Experience:

Excellent writing skills; editing/proofreading skills;

Knowledge of AP style format;

Experience with digital media, in particular social media like Twitter and Instagram; some demonstrated interest in website architecture and user experience;

High level of organization;

Eexperience with capturing and utilizing analytics;

Ability to work independently and as a part of a group;

Ability to work under deadlines;

Ability to accept direction;

Ideal candidate will have some experience communicating research and knowledge of the global health community.

COVID Remote

COVID-19 Remote – Some on campus: Employee must be willing to commute to Emory University campus. Position with functions that can be performed remotely during COVID-19 but will resume on-campus presence when restrictions are lifted.

NOTE: T his role will be granted the opportunity to work from home temporarily during the COVID-19 pandemic, with intent to return to an Emory University location in the future . Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee

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