The University Communications office at The Catholic University of America is seeking enthusiastic and creative applicants for a variety of positions. Detailed descriptions and application instructions can be found at the individual links below.
Questions may be directed to [email protected]
Director of Communications
The director of communications is the first point of contact for all media relations and works with the AVP of University Communications to successfully execute an aggressive, proactive media strategy designed to elevate the profile of the university.
The Communications Specialist will build and maintain collaborative relationships across campus with representatives from each school in the University to identify mission aligned events and announcements for coverage in University publications, web and digital content, and external media. The specialist will draft content on selected events and announcements for publications and web and digital postings.
Editor of University Publications
The Editor of University Publications is an integral member of the editorial team and is responsible for setting the editorial direction of the digital and print editions of University publications, primarily CatholicU magazine and the annual report. The Executive Editor is responsible for the planning, writing, and editing of the publications.
The multimedia writer will use a mix of creativity, technical knowledge, and writing ability to tell a story or express an idea using a variety of multimedia formats that can be read, listened to, or viewed in print or onscreen.
Director of Creative Services
The director of creative services is responsible for bringing Catholic University’s brand promise to life through visual, verbal, audio and experiential methods. We are looking for an innovative, forward-thinker who is able to generate concepts and execute engaging creative deliverables in multiple media, including video production, publications, digital/interactive, social media, and physical environments.
The senior designer will work to conceptualize and deliver a wide range of digital and print projects including, but not limited to: brochures, infographics, logos, programs, booklets, posters, invitations, promotional materials, signage, as well as various multimedia graphics for web, social media, and email marketing.
Executive Administrative Assistant
The executive administrative assistant oversees the communications, meeting requests, administration and finance-related support associated with the Division’s day-to-day workflow.