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Digital Communications Manager
The Digital Communications Manager is responsible for supporting the work of Civios, a repository for Public Affairs research, the Hubert Project, a global platform for multimedia public affairs learning materials, as well as implementing all digital communications strategies for the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
The position includes project management, strategic planning, content development, communications/marketing/website maintenance and development, and requires a general understanding of best practices for digital communications tools and technology. This is a shared position between Technology Enhanced Learning and Communications with overlapping and similar responsibilities. The person in this position will divide their time equally between both departments and take direction from the Director of Academic and Information Technology and the Director of Communications.
This is a staff research position in the Chan Lab, a research group within the Center for Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy at the University of Minnesota. The staff researcher will have multiple responsibilities to advance the research and engagement mission of the Lab. Responsibilities will include managing other researchers (graduate research assistants), steering research projects, preparing academic publications and grant proposals, conducting original research projects, and engaging with external partners. The staff researcher will work closely with Assistant Professor Gabriel Chan to execute ongoing research projects and shape the direction of future research projects.