School-Based Prevention & Early Intervention Content Specialist

Miami University (Ohio)
Oxford, Ohio
Not Specified
Posted Date
Jan 27, 2023

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Position Type
Administrative, Academic Affairs, Academic Administration
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time

Psychology: The School-Based Prevention & Early Intervention Content Specialist is responsible for  advancing the mission of the SBCOE through careful creation and curation of evidence-based and research-informed school-based prevention and early intervention content to be shared with (MU) partners and a wide range of collaborative external partnerships including Ohio’s K-12 schools, community organizations, academia, and state agencies.

The School-Based Prevention & Early Intervention Content Specialist will:

•     Manage the school-based prevention and early intervention content creation process from start to finish, including sourcing and collecting images/videos, editing, and publishing in the Abre Marketplace, an electronic portal for prevention and early intervention resources.

•     Lead a team of Graduate Assistants in the development of appropriate materials regarding youth mental health, prevention and early intervention for the SBCOE to distribute widely.

•     Work closely with internal teams to create visually appealing graphics for social media posts, web banners, etc., as well as video scripts.

•     Collaborate with external partners and vendors to source creative assets (images/videos) for campaigns and events.

•     Ensure all content is in line with Miami University branding guidelines by using best practices when creating content across multiple channels.

Required: Bachelor’s degree in English, marketing, communication, digital design, education, social work, school psychology or closely related field that is aligned with the focus of the position, from an accredited college or university or the equivalent thereof; record of accomplishment in outreach and collaborative partnerships.

Consideration may be given to candidates with a passion for supporting mental wellbeing in young people through information and resources; should have industry knowledge of content development and curation; strong writing skills with ability to write for multiple audiences; project planning skills; communication, time management, research, and teamwork; Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist.

Submit cover letter and resume to  Inquiries may be directed to Dawna Meehan at Screening of applications will begin February 10, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.

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