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North Carolina Sea Grant is now taking applications for a Public Communications Specialist opening. The description and application requirements are online at https://jobs.ncsu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=86457.
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The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL), in Research Triangle Park, N.C., is seeking students or recent graduates with a master’s degree in journalism, English, communications, or a related field. It is desirable for the candidate to have previous work or volunteer experience with science/environmental/public health writing for a lay audience, interviewing researchers/scientists, and synthesizing complicated scientific/research topics into print and Web communications products understandable to the general public. Photography expertise and experience creating content for interactive Web sites (blogs, Web videos, etc) is a plus. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to communicate in the English language in a proficient manner (orally and in writing).The student contractor will provide support for a variety of special assignments and projects involving external and internal communications for the National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL), including communication research, interviewing scientists, media relations activities, science writing, and video and still photography production. This position has a heavy emphasis on environmental science writing for Web and print products, and primary interaction with scientists and senior leaders to tell the story of NERL’s multi-disciplinary research and NERL’s collaborative projects involving partners and stakeholders.For more information on the position, visit: https://www.epa.gov/oamrtpnc/q1000044A/announce.pdf. Prior to submitting a proposal for this contract, visit the EPA procurement home page at www.epa.gov/oam/rtp_cmd to learn the full details of the contract.