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Graphic Designer, Senior
IE seeks a senior graphic designer to contribute innovative and impactful design work in a collaborative environment. The preferred candidate exhibits strong initiative and self-motivation, seeks creative design solutions for print and web, thrives in a team setting, and has an interest in the environment. Our communications team produces print and online communications, reports, and promotional and outreach materials for a core group of IE researchers and collaborators across campus, and also organizes, promotes, and staffs a variety of events. The successful applicant will work closely with our editor and two web developers as well as the entire staff of researchers in a fast-paced environment to enhance the IE brand and environmental communication and collaboration across campus and in the community. For more information visit www.uacareertrack.com, job #54548.
Program Manager for the Renewable Energy Network
The Renewable Energy Network is seeking a program manager to support a variety of projects for UA REN, including helping to launch new initiatives; managing workshop planning and implementation; supporting development of reports and marketing material; helping to develop and maintain the program’s outreach and web identity (including social media); and providing overall support for the UA REN program director. UA REN is a university-wide initiative designed to support the expanded regional and global use of abundant and economical renewable energy by connecting research, education, industry, government and community. The position requires a master’s degree in a field appropriate to the required duties and at least one year of work experience, outstanding communication skills, experience managing diverse set of projects, and willingness to take initiative. For more information visit https://www.uacareertrack.com job #53804.
The Institute of the Environment is seeking a web site designer/developer to help create environment-focused websites, tools, and applications for a core group of IE researchers and collaborators across campus. The selected candidate will work closely with our communications team on online products that enhance environmental communication and collaboration. The position requires web development experience (including Drupal), design skills, strong communication skills, and the ability to balance multiple priorities without losing attention to detail. For more information visit https://www.uacareertrack.com, Job #53616.