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Multimedia Communications Specialist

Job Description

The Multimedia Communications Specialist serves as a graphic designer, electronic content creator, and videographer for the Kellogg Institute. The individual is an important member of the Institute’s Communications Team with tasks including designing print and electronic marketing pieces, writing and posting web content, shooting and creating videos, taking photographs, cataloging photographs, and assisting with social media posting and monitoring.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree required

Minimum of 2 years professional office experience

Competence in Google apps and Microsoft Office Suite

Proficiency in InDesign/Quark, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat

Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills

Savvy with social media, websites, and other electronic communications; engaged learner with interest in new trends, new technology and ideas

Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to work on multiple projects and under tight deadlines

Photography and video production skills (simple 2 minute videos of students, fellows, etc.)

Preferred Qualifications

Spanish, Portuguese, or French fluency a plus

Interest in Kellogg themes & international issues

40 hours per week

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