The Applied Research Institute (ARI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking applicants for an Online Instructional Designer position. This position will employ working knowledge of current technologies and work as part of the Indoor Climate Research and Training (ICRT) training team to create/design high-quality, engaging, interactive, and effective e-learning webinars, workshops, and online courses within a customized LMS, while training others in the use of online learning platforms and tools.
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Communications Intern – Undergraduate or Graduate Hourly
Applied Research Institute, The Grainger College of Engineering
The Applied Research Institute (ARI) is seeking candidates for a part-time communications undergraduate or graduate hourly position. This position will assist with developing and executing high-impact communications strategies for the Applied Research Institute (ARI) that reaches diverse audiences. The position will work closely with ARI staff to generate high quality marketing pieces and assist in preparation of communications material towards technical proposals and reports.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Write, edit, and coordinate innovative communications initiatives through a variety of media including stories, newsletters, interviews, videos and webinars
Coordinate with office administrator to manage social media accounts
Assist with graphics and editing of proposals
Develop target media lists and other tools to help build awareness and understanding of ARI in the local community and nationally
Help coordinate with vendors for the production and distribution of advertising and other promotional materials
Monitor policies, procedures and guidelines related to communications and marketing initiatives; maintain University branding standards within ARI
Ensure consistent messaging in all communications
Perform other duties as assigned
Minimum Requirements & Qualifications:
2 years of college credits towards a BA/BA degree in journalism, communications, public relations or related field
Minimum of one-year professional work experience creating, writing, and editing a variety of materials such as articles, brochures, news releases, and social media
Results oriented with strong organizational and time management skills
Preferred Requirements & Qualifications:
Public university or large research center experience coordinating communications initiatives
Experience with media relations
Ability to write and edit technical reports
Possess a basic understanding of technical and engineering concepts
Possess an enthusiasm for technology
The position will require 5-10 hours of work per week. The hourly rate of pay will be commensurate with qualifications. The anticipated start date is as soon as possible; December 1, 2020 at the latest. Interested applicants should send a resume, list of three references, and a work sample that highlights communication and technical skills (writing, audio, or video) to Bhavna Hirani via email at email@example.com on or before November 2, 2020. Please indicate “Communications Intern” in the email subject line.
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