We are hiring: Scientific Communication Officer (f/m/d)

The Collaborative Research Center 228 “Future Rural Africa” in collaboration with the Global South Studies Center (GSSC) of the University of Cologne, is recruiting a scientific communication officer (f/m/d) for communication of research results and project-related events and news. Among others, the tasks include the conceptualization and implementation of PR media formats, planning and communication of CRC228 PR-events as well as the supervision and administration of the webpage and social media accounts.

Find the detailed position description with all necessary information here.

The application deadline is 10.04.2022 and has to be submitted to: contact-gssc@uni-koeln.de.
If you have any questions, please contact Matian van Soest (m.vansoest@uni-koeln.de) or
Clemens Greiner (clemens.greiner@uni-koeln.de).

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