Communication and Engagement Coordinator
Arizona State University | Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes
Salary Range: $50,000 – $80,000, depending on experience (base pay plus Washington, DC locality)
The Washington, DC-based Consortium for Science Policy, and Outcomes (CSPO) seeks a Communication and Engagement Coordinator to manage communications with policy audiences, build community across Consortium partners and science and technology policy professionals, develop and implement social media messaging and campaigns, support in-person and online workshops and programs, manage the design and production of a print-on-demand book series, and provide event and other administrative support in a collaborative working environment. The position exists to enact CSPO’s strategies for engaging with science and technology (S&T) policy professionals in-person and online. The Communication and Engagement Coordinator will run social media, maintain and update electronic mailing lists, write and edit content for an e-newsletter and CSPO’s website, manage website updates, and help CSPO faculty develop communications about research projects. Team-based projects include organizing and hosting workshops and conferences; producing briefings, reports, and summaries of events and applied policy projects; and assisting with community building that grows audiences and resources for CSPO.
The ideal candidate is self-motivated, detail-oriented, and organized; experienced with standard office software (word, excel, outlook) and mailing list management software; possesses excellent written and oral communication skills; and can work both independently and collaboratively, depending on the project. Candidates should be comfortable working in a small office setting while communicating with individuals and organizations from diverse backgrounds. Demonstrated interest in S&T policy is a plus.
CSPO is a policy engagement and research center of the ASU Global Futures Laboratory, dedicated to enhancing the contributions of science, technology, and biomedicine to society. CSPO draws on the intellectual resources of ASU and collaborations with a range of science and technology policy-oriented organizations to assess and foster outcomes-based policies across a portfolio of publicly funded projects in science and technology policy. Projects range from studying career pathways in S&T policy to participatory technology assessment to community engagement with emerging technology. CSPO’s core commitment is to generate useable knowledge for real-world decision making.
Application Closing Date: Monday November 27, 2023, 5:00pm ET