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Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (Communications Office)
Under the direction of the Manager, Communications, the work/study student participates in the smooth functioning of the unit’s operations.
Posting news items, visuals and events online to Health e-News, Envoke and other media platforms
Preparing daily In the News emails circulated to leadership
Researching, retrieving and posting Faculty news published on other non-Faculty sources
Providing ongoing logistical Event support
Supporting special projects, e.g., development of online communications request form, research and retrieval of historical images and information, RSVP/Survey administration, capturing and organizing key Office processes, including related templates and contact information, etc.
Providing general administrative support.
Current undergraduate student in any discipline
Experience with Content Management Systems and website maintenance
Skills in searching multiple types of information environments
Education or experience in one of the following domains: communications, library and information studies, knowledge management, web systems, usability or marketing
must be enrolled in a WORK STUDY program at McGill.
Other Qualifying Skills and/or Abilities
Experience with SharePoint sites/MS Teams (asset)
Familiarity with the marketing email platforms (asset)
Basic familiarity with graphic design software, such as Adobe Photoshop (asset)
Minimum Education and Experience:
High School Diploma 1 Year Related Experience
(AMUSE B) $20.48
Estimated Number of Work Hours per Week:
30 (Part time)
Position Start Date:
Position End Date:
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