University Of Michigan To Hire Social Media 'Thought Leader' After 1St Director Resigns Due To Inaccurate Resume

Tuesday, January 29, 2013
A month after its first social media director abruptly resigned amid an inaccurate resume, the University of Michigan is looking to fill the position again. The Ann Arbor school posted an opening for a social media director on its job postings website Wednesday. The position is advertised as paying between $85,000 and $100,000 and requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience. Former U-M social media director Jordan Miller resigned in December after it was revealed that she did not graduate from Columbia College or obtain a four-year degree as she had stated on her job application and resume.

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