About the Role
Duties and Responsibilities: UCGPC Bylaws §2.3
Develop and maintain relationships with national, statewide and system-specific organizations that advocate for shared priorities.
Manage and maintain organization website, social media, event notifications, and other means of communication (including listservs).
Develop strategies to engage and improve organizational communication with our constituents.
Attend all board meetings, retreats and conference.
Reports to the UCGPC Vice Chair. Work complements that of the Organizing Director.
Sept 1, 2022 to Sept 30, 2023
$400.00/mo. ($5,200 total), travel reimbursed.
Approximately 5-10 hours per week, may vary.
Must be an enrolled student at a UC graduate or professional degree program for entire term.
Recommended Prior Experience:
Engagement with multiple UC campus-based graduate and/or professional student interest/activist groups.
Development and implementation of clear and focused communications strategy, particularly for an academic audience.
Management of social media platforms and websites.
Generation of content using different forms of media.
Successful targeting of hard-to-reach audiences and building sustained engagement, particularly with communities that are not well represented in higher education or political advocacy.
Video and image creating applications.
Fluency in the major social media platforms.
Understanding of public relations and marketing principles.
Excellent writing and presentation skills.
About the Company
Here at University of California Graduate and Professional Council, we are driven by a single goal; to advocate on behalf of all UC graduate and professional students. Our decision making process is informed by constituent voices, personal experiences, and research. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact with all of our pursuits.