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someone to draw out stories, collect supporting information, and write
engaging narratives. The ideal candidate should be inquisitive, enjoy
research and learning, and be able to write in a conversational tone.
This person will support general marketing by preparing proposals,
preparing interviews teams, and managing photography. Desired qualities
include a flexible lateral thinker who is interested in doing a wide
variety of tasks, solve problems creatively, and is proficient with
technology and understands the value of connected knowledge.
develop content for external and internal communications
Work with Corporate Communications on enterprise-wide programs and
initiatives such as the companyís internet/intranet sites corporate branding campaigns digital and social media
activity internal or external news coverage etc
Coordinate the development of proposals printed and digital marketing materials including newsletters
literature presentations direct mail press releases and advertising
Collect and manage
Serve as a trusted advisor and thought partner to leaders on emerging
issues and best practices in communication
Bachelorís degree preferably in journalism communications or English
editing and proofreading skills
An understanding of web metrics
social media and SEO
Must be able to meet deadlines while working independently on multiple
Fluent in AP writing style
Customer service focus
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