PostedFecha de publicación: 09/19/2022
Application DeadlineFecha límite: 10/10/2022
CEPR has an immediate need for a web content strategist. This is a 6-month contract position with the possibility of an extension up to 1 year.
A minimum of three years of relevant work experience is required, five years preferred.
Candidates who have most, but not necessarily all, of these qualifications will be considered.
Six months pay is $34,280 ($68,559 at an annual rate). The position can be in Washington, DC, or remote.
To Apply: Send the following, in a single PDF file, to sedlar[at]cepr.net with the subject line “Web Content Strategist”:
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