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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Communications Officer, GEL/GradEL in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Communications Officer, GEL/GradEL

  • Job Number: 23366

  • Functional Area: Communications

  • Department: Technical Leadership and Comm Programs

  • School Area: Engineering

  • Employment Type: Full-Time

  • Employment Category: Exempt

  • Visa Sponsorship Available: No

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    Job Description

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER, GORDON ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (GEL)/RICCIO GRADUATE ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (GradEL), Technical Leadership and Communication Programs, to provide comprehensive communications, marketing, and dissemination expertise that enhances the image and effectiveness of the GEL and GradEL programs. Will identify, develop, and implement a range of diverse content for each program and assess the success of strategic plans and day-to-day activities that support a wide range of internal and external communications to stakeholders such as design, creative content, editing, production, and distribution of collaterals, reports, program updates, and best practices dissemination, web development and presence, program videos, and social media; and manage specific events, engage with students, and support strategic fundraising and corporate engagement. Will report to the executive director (GEL) and the program director (GradEL) and collaborate across the Technical Leadership and Communication Programs (TLC) to support its objectives. A full job description is available at

Job Requirements

REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree in communications or a related field; five years of experience in communications or related field, including digital communications and/or website and content management systems; demonstrated experience developing and managing social media, web communications, and marketing campaigns for a program/organization; excellent organizational, interpersonal and oral and written communication skills; ability to demonstrate excellent judgment in developing strong and effective working relationships and building rapport with diverse stakeholder groups; and an interest in engaging with students and supporting their professional development. PREFERRED: experience in higher education, student affairs, or another relevant field; experience with Adobe Creative Suite, email marketing software, and social media management tools; and experience with MIT systems and SAP. Job #23366-810/26/23