Communications and Outreach Coordinator

Princeton University in New Jersey

Date Posted May 7, 2014
Type Administrative
Salary Not specified
Employment Type Full-time

Effectively communicates to faculty, students, and parents, the opportunities for and benefits of international experiences offered by the Office of International Programs (OIP). Evaluates the effectiveness of the OIP's publicity efforts.

Coordinates and advises on all media strategies and events. This includes maintaining and updating the OIP www site, coordinating the web resources on international initiatives provided by other offices on campus, supporting on-line systems and databases to capture and analyze the activities and resources related to international activities for undergraduates, and serving as the Activity Type manager of summer study abroad in SAFE.

Develops and oversees the production of print publications, produces a weekly e-newsletter for students alerting them to international opportunities, and maintains social media sites of the OIP. Develops video, Blackboard or other media tools for marketing and preparing students for international experiences. Develops PowerPoint presentations, posters, and flyers for a variety of overseas programs and for meetings related to international programs.

Liaises with Communications on news items emerging from OIP, manages the Photo Contest and exhibition and annual Study Abroad Fair. Coordinates public events with other offices.

Position Requires:

The successful candidate will have a B.A., three to five years of related experiences working in a responsible position with little supervision, excellent writing skills as demonstrated by writing samples or published articles, proven experience with website design and the use of online tools to support international programs, strong knowledge of and interest in the use of information technology, knowledge of Roxen or a similar content management system, international experience coupled with a demonstrated interest in international education, ability to work on multiple projects and to respond positively to changing priorities, problem-solving skills, and ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

Close attention to detail and accuracy is critical.


- Knowledge of one or more languages other than English preferred
- Knowledgeable about the use of social media in study abroad

The final candidate will be required to pass a background check successfully.

To apply, go to: and submit cover letter and resume to Requisition #1400269.

Princeton University is an equal opportunity employer and all qulaified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race color, religion, sex, national origain, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.