Myaamia Center: Communications Specialist to work closely with
the Myaamia Center Executive Team to develop and implement a
communications strategy to promote the work of the center and tell
the story of the relationship between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma
and Miami University. Appointment begins July 1, 2022.
The Communications Specialist will be responsible for:
Communications and Marketing Strategy —Tasks include:
- Evaluate current communications and marketing procedures of the
Myaamia Center’s programs and develop a strategic communication
plan for improving current strategy.
- Create communication standards, processes, and templates as
well as schedules and deadlines for implementation of communication
- Maintain relationships with key partner offices at Miami
University to advance communications across campus.
Content Creation —Tasks include:
- Produce content showcasing the accomplishments and ongoing work
of the Myaamia Center and its programs.
- Works in collaboration with Myaamia Center staff and external
stakeholders to identify and publish stories for distribution
through a variety of internal and external communications
- Planning and implementation of all Myaamia Center social
- Coordination and execution of Myaamia Center Newsletter
- Maintain Myaamia Center webpages, including content generation
and photo updates
Advancing Miami Tribe Relations–Tasks include:
- Representing Miami University at Miami Tribe events/activities
and planned work sessions, held most often in Oklahoma or
- Working with divisions across campus to include Myaamia Center
content in their communications channels.
Additional Responsibilities—Tasks include:
- Participate in Tribe and University community cultural
- Participate in Myaamia Center meetings and activities upon
Other duties as determined.
Travel – This position requires travel (some weekends) to
participate in Myaamia community events that occur most often in
Oklahoma or Indiana.
Required: Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Journalism, Public
Relations, Graphic Design, or a closely related field. Must be able
to write in a style suitable for publication, including print,
online, and social media. Must be proficient in the
application of Microsoft Word, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, and
Adobe Illustrator. Applicants must have knowledge of, or be willing
to learn, the Myaamia language for promotional considerations; have
an understanding of Myaamia culture and education, and be willing
to participate in ongoing revitalization activities within the
Miami Tribe community and on Miami University campus when
Position not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with 1-2 years of
related experience or an equivalent combination of education and
experience. Ability to work independently, demonstrate initiative,
communicate effectively, and work collaboratively with stakeholders
inside and outside of the University. Must be team-oriented,
positive attitude, strong work ethic, open-minded and flexible,
self-motivated, strong oral and written communication skills,
willingness to expand self-learning, promptly responsive.
Submit cover letter and resume to
Inquiries may be directed to Daryl Baldwin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Screening of applications begins June 3, 2022 and continues until
the position is filled.
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