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Assistant Vice President, Content & Communications

Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Carnegie Mellon University is a world-class research and educational institution located in one of Pittsburgh’s historic neighborhoods. Carnegie Mellon aims to offer a transformative educational experience, deep disciplinary knowledge, and leadership opportunities for students, while also serving as a catalyst for innovation and technology worldwide. Carnegie Mellon graduates have become Tony Award, Nobel Prize and Turing Award winners, as well as leaders in myriad fields. In addition to Pittsburgh, there are campuses in Qatar and Silicon Valley, California, as well as more than a dozen degree-granting locations and research partnerships including sites in the U.S., Australia, Asia and Africa. The university is in the midst of the largest campus expansion since 1900, including a 305,000 square foot building to house the school of business, a University Welcome Center, a center for entrepreneurship, and a 600-seat auditorium.

The Opportunity

Carnegie Mellon University seeks a creative and strategic Assistant Vice President, Content & Communications to join its Division of Marketing & Communications. The AVP will articulate the stories that capture the institution and to coordinate channels for sharing these messages. This critical new role will bring maximum communications impact to a variety of audiences through outstanding writing and editing skills, and by harnessing new media and new approaches. Responsibilities will include developing and disseminating long-form narrative, social media, and multimedia strategies in an integrated way. The ideal candidate will have 12-15 years of experience with multichannel content creation, as well as proven and effective management experience.

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