Are you in search of an on-campus opportunity to practice hone your design skills? EPIC Communications needs a great communicator who is also interested in design, aesthetics, and social media management, and possibly UI and UX.
Currently working closely with the Center for Global and Career Education and other EPIC Centers, EPIC Communications is responsible for communicating the goals of the initiative to the rest of the campus. Our Communications & Design Assistant will help us build community through implementing a better user experience through social media management, services and events advertisement, and other creative marketing strategies.
This position is up to 10 hours/week and pays $7.25/hour. The Communications & Design Assistant’s duties include but are not exclusive to the following:
· Monitor and manage social media platforms
· Assist in researching and developing social media strategy
· Attend and photograph campus events such as workshops
· Design and proof print, media, and publication advertising for CGCE events and services
· Create engaging social media posts to help drive student interaction with the CGCE
· Knowledge of Canva
· Ability to receive critique
· Proactive attitude
· Curiosity and a sense of fun
· Excellent written communication skills
· A desire to innovate and try new things
· Knowledge of social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Pinterest, and YouTube
· Web Development
· Knowledge or interest in UI and UX
· Some knowledge of Photoshop, InDesign, or other design software
· Interest in art, writing, and/or technology
· Videography skills
As a Communications & Design Assistant, you’ll learn how to tell an organization’s story through a variety of forms, including graphic design, written content, and social media outreach.
Through this position, you will gain experience and training in:
· Design (including Photoshop)
· Online marketing
How to Apply:
Please upload and attach
· Cover letter
· Class schedule for Fall 2021
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT LEARNING GOALS
The following learning goals were modeled after NACE’s Career Competencies and the
college’s learning goals. While not all goals will apply to every position on campus, they are
meant to lay a foundation for Earlham’s student employment program and provide guidance for
all aspects of the program including training, supervision, and evaluation of student employees.
Students will effectively communicate, both verbally
and non-verbally in a manner that is clear, concise and authentic in a collaboratively
Students will engage respectfully and effectively with others in pursuit of
shared goals and common purpose.
Students will recognize that leadership is a process and occurs at all levels
regardless of role. Students will model professional behavior and make ethically sound
decisions in all aspects of their job.
Students will have a strong sense of self and an understanding of their
own needs and capabilities in the context of their work environment.
Students will have the ability to evaluate problems
in multiple contexts, use inductive and deductive reasoning, and create a sound analysis
that leads to a logical solution.
Students will be open to engagement with diverse people,
groups, and ideas. Students will recognize a multiplicity of identities and be encouraged
to develop relationships that meaningfully engage difference.
Students will be self-directed learners who recognize when
information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and apply the needed