Science Communications Officer
This is a newly created Science Communications Officer position and offers the opportunity for a science communications or marketing/social media specialist to drive community engagement and grow awareness among early career researchers of the work of a not-for-profit organisation supporting scientific discovery in the biological sciences based in Cambridge. The role will start as a one year project with the view to being extended.
- Increase and optimise the community content on journal websites and grow social media presence in China
- Use journal websites and social media channels to engage with the scientific community
- Produce engaging content to attract readers
- Develop a WeChat channel for China-based researchers
- Gather and analyse data on usage and online behaviour to assess and guide strategies
- Collaborate with marketing and editorial colleagues on content such as video interviews
Experience / skills required:
- Solid experience in scientific communications, including social media, marketing and outreach
- The ability to write accurate and engaging copy, which is accessible to non-specialists
- Experience using a web content management system to create and publish web content
- Experience with metrics (such as Google Analytics)
- First class written and verbal communication skills
- Strong interpersonal skills and networking abilities
- A science degree, or equivalent, ideally in life sciences
For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Olivia Constantinides
Tel: 0203 574 4429
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