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Assistant Director, Content and Publications

University of California, Riverside
California, United States
$71,800.00 - $100,000.00
Posted Date
Oct 21, 2021

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Position Type
Administrative, Business & Administrative Affairs, Development & Advancement, Editing & Publications Management
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Employment Type
Full Time
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  The Assistant Director of Content and Publications is a key leadership position within University Communications, reporting to the Director of News and Information. The Assistant Director of Content and Publications oversees planning related to UCR Magazine, Inside UCR, UCR Events Calendar, and other external and internal campus publications. Additionally, the Assistant Director of Content and Publications coordinates publications management and content creation strategies that educate constituents on initiatives set by the chancellor, provost, vice chancellors, dean, and those established by University Communications. The position is eligible for hybrid remote accommodations at least through June 2022, with consideration beyond. Please note: applicants may be required to submit writing samples as part of the selection process. Additionally, some interview questions may contain content review, which may include reading and editing. Education Requirements Degree Requirement Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training. Required


Experience Requirements Experience Requirement 6 - 10 years of related experience. Required Previous supervisory/managerial experience. Preferred Minimum 8 years of communications and publications experience. Required Key Responsibilities Description % Time Works with administration, and other communication professionals as required, to create, develop, and implement long and short term strategic written communications plans.
  • In concert with the Director of News and Information, Associate Vice Chancellor, Vice Chancellor for Advancement, and other university officers, conceive, plan, and implement communications projects. Working with the Inside UCR editor, guide the planning, development, production, and assessment of the Inside UCR news site and weekly newsletter, and the Events calendar. Working with the magazine editor, guide the planning, development, production, and assessment of UCR Magazine. Working with University Communications colleagues, guide the planning, development, production, and assessment of student-facing email publications.
50 Selects, trains, supervises, motivates and evaluates written communications professional staff including writers/editors and may supervise support staff; takes corrective action as required.
  • Serve as copy editor, along with news and information director, for news and information team copy. Supervise writing and editing staff.
20 May be assigned special written communications projects or work, including editorial assignments; such assignments would typically have a high degree of complexity or difficulty.
  • Occasional writing responsibilities.
15 Ensures production of high-quality written communications within budget and time constraints. 10 Serves as an advisor on all aspects of written communications. 5


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