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Staff Positions – Applications are accepted through: Duke HR
- Digital Content Analyst
The Digital Content Analyst is responsible for the content management and technical oversight of the Nicholas School’s web assets, including its main Drupal site and two Wordpress networks. (S)he will work closely with internal and external, technical and non-technical partners to deliver memorable experiences within the school’s brand standards and custom content that is updated, accurate and easy to navigate on a multitude of devices (phones, tablets, laptops, etc.). This team member is expected to proactively suggest and implement process improvements to enhance the NSOE brand, user experience and content delivery, and will be the primary point of contact and project manager for contracted web vendors. This position is a vital member of the Office of Marketing & Communications and reports to the Associate Dean of Marketing & Communications
To see full job description and to apply, see requisition #401569064
- IT Analyst
The role of the IT Analyst is to help build, support and secure Nicholas School Windows and MacOS operating systems and related network and storage infrastructure according to Duke and Nicholas School configuration policies and user / school requirements. The IT Analyst will also provide general data storage, networking, and audio-visual support and troubleshooting. Significant interaction with other staff in Nicholas School IT as well as Nicholas School faculty, staff and students at Duke is expected. The IT Analyst will work on projects and support requests assigned by his/her supervisors and via the Service Now ticketing system.
To see full job description and to apply, see requisition #401576259
Research Positions – Applications are accepted through: Academic Jobs Online
- Postdoctoral Associate in Environmental Epidemiology
To see full job description and to apply, see AJO#: 13624
Postdoctoral Associate in Local Political Economy