I’ve spent the past 15 months working at the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts as an Information and Communications Specialist – but no more! That boring, straight-out-of-the-box job title hardly describes what I do for the organization. We just received word that HR has approved my title change: I am now the Digital Communications Project Manager.

Yes, it’s still a bit of a mouthful, but it gives a better picture of my job responsibilities and differentiates me from other Communications Office staff who have vastly different job descriptions. My primary job function is to project manage the redesigns of our websites, although I also do everything from newsletter editing to graphic design to public relations.

It’s nice to finally have a custom job title that really fits!