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Communications and marketing roles often tap into creative skills including writing, videography, website content management, social media, and graphic design.

Communications/Marketing at Cornell

These roles take many different shapes across the university. University Relations provides a central communications hub, while colleges and large units (such as Student and Campus Life or Alumni Affairs and Development) have their own communications departments. The university also is home to communications-focused organizations such as Cornell University Press, Cornell Print Services, and Cornell Chronicle. Audiences may be public, students, academic, staff, alumni, or combinations of these, which allows for a broad range of communication styles and approaches.


Types of Jobs

Communications jobs at Cornell can vary from general communications responsibilities such as content creation and analytics for websites and management of mass emails, to specialized roles such as photographer, speech writer, or multimedia editor. There are many opportunities to advance a communications career at Cornell into strategic and supervisory positions.

Career Navigator

Learn more about specific IT roles at Cornell and the types of skills and experience required in our Career Navigator Tool.

  • Login as a guest
  • Select Communications/Marketing from the Job Structure list.
  • Click on different Job Titles to read general descriptions and requirements
  • You can view pay ranges in the Job Profile Attributes tab at the bottom of the page.
  • These are generic job descriptions only; responsibilities and requirements of actual job openings will vary by individual role.
  • Current Job Openings: check the upper right corner to see whether any job openings for this title are currently available.