The Communications Manager at the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) serves as the lead for all external and internal communications efforts of the center. This will include developing CITP’s content strategy and managing the center’s website, Freedom to Tinker blog, and social media presence. The position requires coordination and collaboration with researchers at the center, communications groups at Princeton, and, at times, managing freelance specialists.
This is a 2 year term position with the possibility of renewal.
Writing and Editing
- Produce written content aimed at public audiences: Collaborate with CITP’s world class researchers to translate technology policy results into real world impact. This includes leading all content development work for CITP including its website, blog, social media sites, weekly e-newsletters, posters and publications. This position will also be responsible for writing the content and designing publicity materials for CITP programs targeted toward undergraduate and graduate students at Princeton.
- Managing editor of CITP’s Freedom to Tinker blog (about 200,000 unique visits per month including many tech policy thought leaders).
- Other editorial responsibilities: The writer will edit CITP’s internal work while closely collaborating with the center’s faculty, staff, resident researchers and students. This includes providing feedback on drafts, line editing, copyediting, and proofing.