The Office of External Affairs encompasses three teams: 1) Communications and Marketing; 2) Development and Constituent Relations and 3) Finance and Administration.
The award-winning Communications and Marketing team provides strategic communications, external and internal communications and marketing services for the School across a variety of digital, print and physical platforms. This includes brand and identity management, digital strategies and web services, editorial and content strategies, visual communications, media and public relations, social media and integrated marketing campaigns.
The School recently completed its Centennial year and is in the final year of a University-wide fundraising campaign, Rising to the Challenge. As the #1 school of public health in the country and the oldest independent, degree-granting school of public health in the world, the Office of External Affairs offers unparalleled opportunities for creative work at the highest levels of excellence.
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is seeking an Internal Communications Specialist to join its award-winning team Communications and Marketing team within the Office of External Affairs. This position plays a critical role keeping the Bloomberg School's faculty, staff, students and other stakeholders effectively informed of events, research and news from the University, School and public health communities. This position will be responsible for the conception, creation and delivery of communications content across multiple platforms to further the brand, goals, and impact of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
This position involves day-to-day management of various central communications channels, including e-mail communications, daily news updates and other content. The Specialist manages high level requests for messages on the school's digital signage spaces, and schedules the content for display in primary locations throughout the School's physical site.
The Specialist is responsible for proactively seeking, packaging and promoting internal news about faculty, students and research to key external outlets such as to public health association newsletters. The Specialist tracks and circulates media placements for the School's work and prepares media metrics reports for the Director of Media & Public Relations. The Specialist performs an array of specialized duties for the media team, including posting press releases to the website, sharing School news, and managing the awards submissions process for the department.
On a daily basis, this position reports directly to the Digital Media Manager with accountability and specific responsibilities for the Director of Media & Public Relations, within the Communications and Marketing team. This position also functions in collaboration with colleagues across the team in content strategy, marketing, visual communications, branding, social media, website updates as well as faculty, alumni relations, School staff and development/fundraising roles.
This position will develop and manage internal communications and information about the School to reach diverse audiences. This position plays a vital role in the collaboration and communication with internal audiences to engage them and to demonstrate the School's impact to external stakeholders.
Responsible for populating internal communications messaging platforms with clear and concise quality content.
Systematically manage incoming content requests, write and edit display copy for internal digital screens, including the primary School display screen, the
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