The Director, Marketing and Communications, provides and implements a strategic and integrated marketing and communications plan for the Division of Health Sciences (DHS) and the University of Nevada School of Medicine (UNSOM) at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). The Director develops, leads, implements, and manages a plan designed to provide consistent visual identity, organizational voice, and institutional messaging on health science matters. An integrated marketing plan increases, strengthens, and improves internal and external relationships with constituents and stakeholders, generates revenue, and increases patient base for the clinical practice of UNSOM, and increases philanthropic giving for UNSOM and DHS. The position acts as chief communications officer and spokesperson on statewide UNSOM and DHS public relations matters and serves as liaison with communications peers at the University, affiliated hospitals, community partners, and other organizational stakeholders. The Director is responsible for staff supervision and budget management. The position reports to the Vice President, DHS/Dean, UNSOM.
Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution with emphasis in journalism, advertising, or marketing and five years of experience in marketing, public or media relations management or integrated marketing or a Master’s Degree and three years of experience.
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