Reporting to the Associate Director, Communications and Marketing, the Multimedia Specialist is responsible for creating, editing, and presenting various media materials to build the Faculty of Science (Science) brand. They ensure that the brand and visual identity expressed in video, online and in design materials aligns with Science and the University’s branding guidelines, while pushing the boundaries of what’s expected. As the lead contact for multimedia needs, including video productions, graphic design, and photography, this position is responsible for continuous improvement of Science’s multimedia offerings made available across multiple platforms. This role integrates and leverages content across a range of online channels, planning and creating new multimedia initiatives, collaborating across Science, and brings innovative ideas and solutions to light to enhance the reputation of Science in the marketplace and within the University. This role will work closely with the broader Communications and Marketing team.
Leads the content creation of original video content for the web and various social media channels
Acts as design lead for Science materials
Project manages productions through the entire process to sign-off
Maintains strict quality control
Collaborates and acts as a resource
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