On the job hunt? Here are the job postings the MA in WRD graduate assistants found around Chicago for this week:
“The Associate Director for the Writing Center directs the UCWbL’s Writing Center, an appointment-based and walk-in service that provides writing feedback for all DePaul students, faculty, staff, and alumni through two full-time offices, the Learning Commons, and online services.” M.A. in related field, relevant tutoring and teaching experience required, PhD. preferred.
Elks National Foundation
“The Elks National Foundation has an opening for a Communications Assistant at its headquarters in Chicago. The Communications Assistant is responsible for cultivating and stewarding donors and other stakeholders by communicating the Foundation’s mission and programs accomplishments across platforms—website, print and social media.” A relevant B.A. and one year of experience are required.
“The communications associate is responsible for many of the day-to-day communications activities of Cure SMA. The associate will work to ensure consistent, timely, and effective communications through the organization’s website (including event microsites), print pieces, e-newsletters and other email marketing, social media, and other channels. Working under the direction of the communications manager, the associate will also assist in evaluating and analyzing the effectiveness of these efforts, and will help generate ideas to increase effectiveness.” A relevant B.A. and 2-3 years experience are required.
Lions Club International (LCIF)
“Oversee the production of content to capture and communicate the work of LCIF programs and projects. Use variety of methods to source content and build an editorial calendar. Understand the LCIF grant structure and process and builds relationships internally within LCIF to constantly stay abreast of activities and events. Follow up on grants that may lead to quality content for production purposes. Source, research and identify content ranging from infographics, white papers, case studies and more. Interview leads to follow ongoing stores and completed projects for impact and further use as content. Collaborate with internal marketing teams and LCIF staff to gain knowledge, develop solid content for use and promotion. Build relationships that ensure timely responses and partners with internal team and actively participate in project briefings. Assist in the development, production and distribution of multi-media projects. Ensures content that is identified and selected is timely, relevant, meaningful in promoting LCIF to internal and external audiences.”
“The Communications Administrator carries out professional, strategic communications for the College of Law that effectively promote its programs and enhance its overall academic and professional reputation. The Communications Administrator researches, develops, analyzes and monitors website content to ensure that information is current, accurate and relevant to intended audiences.” A relevant B.A. and 2 or more years of experience are required.