The Communications Liaison will work closely with department administrators and program leaders to create and populate communications templates and develop protocols to assist School of Medicine (SoM) departments and programs in sharing Dean\u2019s Office, OHSU, HR, and other relevant information to improve the flow and consistency of information and the engagement of faculty and staff in school and institutional initiatives. The individual will assist the Dean\u2019s Office in creating/maintaining onboarding/orientation materials and assist programs and departments in updating recruitment/marketing materials and/or serving as a liaison to other OHSU central services or contractors for this purpose.
The Communications Liaison will serve as the internal communications coordinator and producer for specific departments (currently the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine), to include such communications as internal announcements, faculty meeting presentations, chair\u2019s messages, newsletters, and other approved departmental writing projects. They will also serve as a liaison to funnel communication needs from these and other departments to relevant central communications and marketing departments.
The Communications Liaison will also be the assigned editor of the SoM Dean's Office external and internal web pages and will execute content updates on existing pages, the creation of new web pages as directed and alignment with existing pages, and also assist, as and if needed, with updates to the assigned department\u2019s websites (currently Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine). The individual will represent the Dean\u2019s Office at meetings related to the website.
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