Duties Communications and Social Media â— Work with Project Manager and faculty team to set up communications, record-keeping, etc. â— In collaboration with Project Manager and faculty team to implement communications plan for events, publicizing through social media, contact with internal and external media. Maintain events on U of M events calendar. â— Maintain MNT social media presence, including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc. â— Work with access specialist to make sure that materials are accessible â— Design both print and digital collateral for a variety of projects, including PowerPoints, artwork for promotional items, logos, flyers, signage, etc.
Website â— Collaborate on websites for primary MNT website and related project websites. Maintain and update MNT related websites. Work with Project Manager. faculty team, and community partners to insure accuracy of information. â— Create with assistance, maintain, and supervise the building and maintenance of the interactive project websites. Support creation of on-line exhibits, venues, and materials that are stand-alone or correspond to analog or in person versions. â— Connect website with Youtube channel â— Gather and interpret website statistics. â— Set-up and maintain web development for the digital public presence of the TRUTH (tribal-University relations) project â— Work with access specialist to make sure that website is accessible
MNT Media Making and Archiving â— Help coordinate trainings and workshops for undergraduate, graduate, youth, and other collaborative partners on media-making technologies and/or digital humanities. â— Work with libraries and legal documents to create, secure, archive, and manage permissions â— Process and catalog MNT media, either directly or supervising student worker. Catalog metadata; write summaries of each item; prepare keywords. Serve as MNT liaison with organizations and University Libraries. â— Maintain MNT media collection and archiving. â— Create and maintain Youtube channel for MNT and its participants. â— Support Audio Journal in Language Revitalization â— Facilitate dissemination, publication, and broadcast of media. â— Assist with tracking media equipment â— Work with accessibility consultant to make media accessible
Technical and online support â— Assist MNT presenters with technical set-up (projection, microphones, etc.) â— Support live streaming, video recording, and posting of events â— Other duties as assigned.
This is a full-time, 100%, temporary posted position for a term of two (2) years, funded by grant money, with benefits.
Qualifications - Required â— Bachelor’s degree in related field (computer science, communications, digital design, media arts, ethnic studies, public-facing humanities, etc.) plus two years of experience or a combination of related education and work experience totaling six years. â— Experience in running social media campaigns for individual projects â— Excellent writing, editing, and communication skills â— Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines â— Ability to work independently and experience collaborating on a team. â— Detail oriented – demonstrated ability to track scores of events and all related details across multiple media platforms
Qualifications – Preferred â— Experience working with racial justice community organizations or partners â— Proficiency with Final Cut Pro, iMovie and/or Movie Maker, GarageBand and/or Audacity, Photoshop, Adobe Creative Suite, and/or InDesign. â— Proficiency in Wordpress, Drupal â— Familiarity with MNT programs
Internal Number: 339325
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