Deadline: Friday, March 27, 11:59PM

Position Supervisor: Lucas Oliver Oswald, Global Health Communications Manager

Position Title: Social Media and Digital Outreach Assistant

Position Description: 

Stanford’s Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH) is committed to increasing well-being, worldwide. We share knowledge, equip leaders, and build teams to address urgent global health challenges and achieve health equity. We are the hub for all things Global Health at Stanford with three strategic areas: Global Health Equity, Human and Planetary Health, Leadership Diversity in the 21st Century. For more information about our impact and approach, visit https://globalhealth.stanford.edu/ .  

The Social Media and Digital Outreach Assistant will directly support digital outreach efforts by developing and coordinating social media and web content to raise awareness of global health research, activities, and opportunities at Stanford University and beyond. They will engage with multiple audiences, curating content and strategizing outreach through a variety of channels including social media and the Stanford Global Health website, and contribute to brand marketing by developing a unique voice and online presence.

Working directly with the Global Health Communications Manager, the assistant’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: 

Alongside these core responsibilities, the Social Media and Digital Outreach Assistant will also be encouraged to pursue and develop communications and storytelling projects in their own area of expertise or interests in global health.

Position Length: Flexible.

Opportunities and Benefits: 

This is an excellent opportunity for students who would like to utilize innovative and engaging communications for social good, with a specific interest in global health, human and planetary health, health equity, and diversity in health leadership. The assistant will gain hands-on experience, develop relationships with global health researchers and leaders at Stanford and in the broader Bay Area, develop a thorough understanding of the global health academic space, and gain experience in the following areas: 

Students of all majors, interests, and backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Both undergrads and graduate students are welcome. 

Skills and Abilities: 

Hours: 8-10 hours per week

Compensation: Hourly — will be commiserate with experience and will follow Student Wage Scales set by the University.

Application: To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter to loswald@stanford.edu. Applicants must be current students at Stanford University.