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Community Engagement and Social Media Specialist I

Specifically, your training position involves developing content for the needs of those suffering from neuro-oncological related challenges. Specifically, the platforms you will use includes Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, as well as the Brain Institute of America website.

You will be responsible for the administration and management of quality content that addresses the needs of these communities in a socially acceptable manner. You will also promote content through social media advertising campaigns, become an advocate for the Institute, engage in dialogues, and answer questions about our organization when appropriate.

At times there may be a requirement to work with local businesses and community organizations to develop the mission of our private research organization as well as the 501(c)(3) corporation. Part of being a specialist is to understand a local business network, and to then develop and implement strategies that support the local business ecosystem in to order to improve the communities these businesses serve.

As a specialist, you will have the opportunity to understand how effective SEO strategies can improve the online presence and visibility of a business. Additionally, you will understand how core web vitals can improve the overall user experience while on a business website; specifically website loading, interactivity, down-time, bounce-rate, session duration, and visual stability.

This offer is contingent on having successfully completed the U.S Department of Justice Employment Eligibility Verification Form, Form I-9, as well as a criminal background check. All specialists must file for Federal and CT W-4 Tax withholding forms, and agree to the policies and procedures implemented by Workforce Alliance, the state of CT, as well as The Brain Institute of America.

All specialists must submit a resume, cover letter, and transcript for proof of academic good standing, and so that interns can express their own goals while being an intern at the Institute.