Organization: Jackson National Life Insurance Company
Job Description: Job Purpose
The Corporate Communications Web Editor oversees the daily activity and content of the corporate intranet. This role also acts as the first point of contact for Jackson’s department content owners.
Essential Job Duties
The Corporate Communications Web Editor is responsible for updating/supporting intranet content on a daily basis based on a planned/approved editorial calendar, working closely with the Internal Communications team and manager. This role is responsible for maintaining a monthly editorial calendar of all daily content published. The Web Editor is also the main point of contact with department content owners as they maintain, update and add content to department communities within the corporate intranet for style, basic tech support and standards. The Web Editor will regularly review all company messaging and ensure that it is accurate, consistent and grammatically correct while working with the Intranet Governing Committee to implement standards. Additionally, the Web Editor will work closely with the Corporate Communications team to support other projects as needed.
Application Procedure: Please apply to the Web Editor listing on the Careers Page on www.jackson.com.
Date Posted: 01/28/2015
Date Expired: 02/11/2015
Organization: Michigan State University
Job Description: Michigan Sea Grant College Program, a cooperative program of Michigan State University and the University of Michigan, helps to foster economic growth and conserve Michigan's coastal and Great Lakes resources through education, research, and outreach. Sea Grant Extension Program staff are involved in planning, organizing, and implementing outreach and education programs that apply knowledge and understanding gained through research and stakeholder engagement. This position serves as communications professional to the Michigan Sea Grant Extension Program, providing effective liaison with the communication staff at Michigan Sea Grant at University of Michigan, MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources/MSU Extension, and Michigan State University. Specific duties include program planning and reporting; identifying of stakeholders issues, needs, and impact evaluation; producing key products; and representing the Sea Grant Extension Program and connecting with the field-based Sea Grant Extension educators located throughout the State of Michigan and Great Lakes region; involves travel to off-campus locations (e.g., district Extension offices, community events, Great Lakes regional events, etc.) up to 25% of time. Duties associated with this position involve physical abilities related to lifting and transporting educational/outreach materials (e.g., books, booklets, brochures, etc.) or communications products (e.g., computer, projectors, camera, etc.).
Application Procedure: Visit jobs.msu.edu, and search for job #0687.
Date Posted: 01/16/2015
Date Expired: 02/10/2015
Graphics & Social Media Communications Coordinator
Organization: Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development
Job Description: Position functions as the graphics and social media communications coordinator for the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. Position will have contact with staff, stakeholders, and consumers. Position will be responsible for various communication efforts including graphic design, monitoring of the department’s social media platforms, development of infographics, graphic design and development of brochures and other publications, videos, identification of new social platforms, photography, and internal communications efforts.
• Research and develop information for dept. publications, trade booths, displays, hand-outs, etc.
• Develop and design departmental publications, annual reports, etc.
• Develop and design infographics for social platforms
• Write, design, and publish the departmental internal newsletter
• Work with divisions to enhance internal communications
• Craft messages for social platforms which help support the department’s mission and priorities
• Research and prepare information for placement on social platforms, Internet
• Develop infographics for social and web platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube)
• Monitor social media channels
• Identify new social platforms to help promote the department and engage consumers
• Photography for events and as needed
• Graphic design
Chair the Quality of Life Social Media group
Aid with other graphic design and social media projects as needed.
Develop and populate Flickr site
Draft social media communications strategy each year and as issues arise.
Aid with video production as needed.
Is part of the LEAN Team for internal communications
Goes on ride-alongs with departmental staff to take photos, develop internal communication materials, and for social platforms
Other duties as assigned
Application Procedure: Contact Jennifer Holton, Director of Communications, for more information.
Contact: Jennifer Holton, APR, email@example.com
Date Posted: 01/05/2015
Date Expired: 02/27/2015