Morwick G360 is seeking an Information and Communication Coordinator.

We’re hiring! The Morwick G360 Groundwater Research Institute is seeking applicants for an Information and Communications Coordinator Position.

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Information and Communications Coordinator will often be a first point of contact for the Morwick G360 Institute, contributing to the overall effective reputation and performance of the Institute.

This position provides research communications expertise and administrative support to the Institute, which includes organizing and analyzing Institute productivity data, developing digital and print content to highlight research advancements made by Institute faculty, as well as editing research grant applications and writing award nominations to enhance the Institute’s visibility and recognition. The successful candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment and delight in working closely with academic researchers to effectively administrate, catalogue, analyze, communicate, and promote the findings and relevance of University of Guelph groundwater research both internally and externally through a variety of media.

The main responsibilities of this role include: supporting the development of grant proposal and award nominations; maintaining a communications strategy that includes print, digital and social media channels; gathering information and analyzing research performance data for grant reports, CVs, nominations, and communications (i.e. events, newsletters, blog posts/tweets), and provide administrative support for the institute as needed. The incumbent will organize research events such as large academic conferences, public groundwater workshops, short courses, and webinars and will also develop other research-related materials to promote the Institute’s research advancements to internal and external audiences via print, electronic and other media.

Applications are due May 16th.

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