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The Director for Internal Communications and Strategic Initiatives is responsible for developing a strategic communications strategy for Georgetown IT strategic initiatives, activities, and communications for the Office of the CIO. S/he works directly with the Office of Strategic Communications, the Office of Advancement Communications, with partners, vendors, and all AVPs within UIS to ensure consistency of messaging with University objectives. The incumbent also coordinates any messages going outside the department with relevant organizations within the University. Working closely with the CIO to develop communications themes, briefings, correspondence, announcements--a key initiative is the CIO's Culture initiative, the Director for Internal Communications and Strategic Initiatives has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Develops and implements communications strategies to support overall UIS Vision, technical activities and roadmap for both internal and external audiences.
Develops communications content and manages communications channels.
Coordinates communications with Office of Strategic Communications, Office of Advancement, and the Office of COO.
Develops and implements strategies and activities to support the CIO's Culture initiative.
Works with the CIO to lead and document culture working groups.
Tracks and communicates the success of initiatives, managing employee feedback.
Develops strategic initiatives to advance Georgetown UIS's mission within University guidelines in coordination with UHR, Office of COO, Office of Strategic Communications, and other organizations as appropriate.
Requirements and Qualifications
At least eight years of demonstrated communications experience, preferably in a Higher Education institution utilizing all forms of media to include social media, video, written material, presentations, speeches, and written articles
Ability to manage projects with strong writing, editing and verbal skills
Demonstrated experience providing communications for senior level executives
Experience working in a large Information technology organization with demonstrated understanding of technical concepts preferred
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