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NYC Area Job Alert at NYU Center for Publishing

We interrupt your regular Trendsetter programming for a special announcement: Calling all experienced Trendsetters! Our friends at the New York University Center for Publishing are looking for an Assistant Director for their programs.

Job description:

The Center for Publishing is seeking an individual to assist the Director with the strategic and administrative planning, policy development for the department. Responsibilities include: plan for and manage the Summer Publishing Institute including all pre-program recruitment, admission, marketing and direct communication with interested and accepted students. Administer all on site aspects of the program and manage on site program events including orientation, alumni reception, career fair, industry visits, and workshops. Serve as direct liaison with students communicating all program policies, homework and events for the Summer Center Publishing Institute. Work with the Director on pre-program planning for the annual PubTechConnect conference, serving as liaison with Publishers Weekly. Execute logistics for PubTechConnect and other departmental events by overseeing and managing catering, facilities, AV, and external vendors. Work with the Director on departmental programs and events by researching speakers, delivering reports on competing events, drafting invitations, reviewing marketing copy, and tracking responses. Advise students as needed for the graduate program.  Recommend, orient, and evaluate adjunct faculty for the graduate program. Plan and implement marketing events to recruit students; select faculty to participate and make presentations. Manage departmental social media accounts and help plan social media strategy. Supervise clerical staff. 

If you want to learn more or apply, check out the full posting here

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