ABOUTAs a Mass Communication Specialist, it’s your job to tell our story. Use your creativity to educate and inform the public about the achievements of Sailors in America’s Navy. Travel the world, document military operations and develop high-profile media campaigns. From photography and journalism to graphic design and videography, Navy MCs can do it all. We’re looking for Sailors with talent and originality, who aren’t afraid to think outside the box and see the world in a new way.RESPONSIBILITIESDevelop print publications and multimedia content including video, still images, digital graphics, web products, news and feature stories, blogs and press releasesOperate and maintain state-of-the-art photography and video equipmentConduct research and identify target audiences, analyze data and provide feedback to leadershipIdentify communication issues and come up with solutions based on researchWork directly with local news media organizations to release stories and develop public relations campaignsConduct ship and base tours for high-profile individuals and foreign dignitariesAssist and work within oversight of Public Affairs Officers Senior MC ResponsibilitiesAdvise and prepare unit commanders for media interaction and press conferencesDevelop content strategies and create data storiesSpeak to the press on behalf of the commandPAY AND BENEFITSFrom the day you start, you’ll receive:Competitive salaryPotential to earn a bonus upon enlistmentFree health insuranceFree housingA retirement planPaid trainingCollege creditEDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESUndergraduate degree opportunities
Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI Bill, up to 100% tuition
Professional credentials and certificationsCollege credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on EducationQUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTSU.S. citizen or equivalentHigh school graduate or equivalent17 years of age or olderWORK ENVIRONMENTAs an MC, you’ll explore nearly every part of the Navy. You could be overseas on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier, in the field with a combat construction unit or in an air-conditioned broadcast station at a stateside command. Your workplace is as diverse as they come.While there may be some physical work on a ship or in a station, the majority of the job is mentally and creatively focused. You’ll also need to be comfortable working independently or with a small team and with little supervision.
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