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Communication Coordinator

Communication Coordinator needed in Hopkins - Immediate need

BB1831
4 + Months
Hopkins, MN 55305



Communications Coordinator
Wayzata Office Center through May 8, Hopkins location after that point
Monday-Friday
8am-5pm
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
50% Responsible for the on-going success of the CMNA intranet site, including website posting and updating, as well as any enhancements.
20% Coordination and logistical support for BU-wide meetings, quarterly newsletter, web conferences, and external media events.
20% Editorial support for specific communication activities and vehicles, including press releases related to community relations at facilities.
10% Manage PDLs and other duties as assigned.
Required Skills:
o Bachelor's Degree
o Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and SharePoint
o Business work experience that demonstrates proficiency with basic writing principles.
o Ability to multi-task and effectively prioritize workloads and tasks.
o Basic understanding and curiosity about communications principles, tools, and vehicles.
o Excellent interpersonal and communication skills: clear, concise, creative, and persuasive.
o Ability to accurately assess demands and scope of projects and appropriately engage others to ensure that deadlines are met and expectations are managed.
o Collaborate effectively with all levels within the organization.
o Ability and experience to deal with ambiguity.
o Ability to collaborate across multiple business functions and segments.
o Effective project management skills.
o Ability to adapt and learn in a changing work environment.
o Strong attention to detail.
o Ability to work independently.
o Ability to work in a team environment.
o Demonstrated strong problem-solving and analytical skills.
Preferred skills:
o Bachelor's Degree in English, Journalism, Communications, or Business.
o Administrative Assistant support.
o Agriculture or related industry.
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Minimum education required: Bachelor's degree
Dress Code: Business Casual



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