The communications manager (CM) works with the director, faculty, and staff of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) to develop and implement communications strategies to raise the institute’s visibility on campus, nationally, and internationally. The CM’s primary responsibilities are in internal and external communications, media relations, and print and electronic publications to promote a deep appreciation of the institute’s work through clear and consistent materials directed to key audiences, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, peer institutions and scholars, and the media. These materials highlight 1) the exceptional quality of scholarly research and teaching by PIIRS associated faculty and visitors; 2) PIIRS’ distinctive international programs for students, both on campus and abroad; and 3) more than 300 unique events sponsored by PIIRS annually. The CM oversees the content and substance of the PIIRS website, social media sites, and, in particular, a campus-wide international events calendar, in cooperation with the PIIRS web developer. The CM advises PIIRS on communications policies and manages a communications budget.
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