Social media integration (Facebook, Twitter, etc), Plone CMS, and Web component design/layout
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Office of Graduate Studies
Primary Job Responsibility
Coordinate all marketing and communications for the Office of Graduate Studies, including development of OGS website social media sites, creating content for sites (text, news, calendars, videos, etc), design recruiting materials, writing press releases, news articles, event planning, and more
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