Do you want to work for an organization that offers innovative, quality child abuse prevention programs designed to nurture the child, strengthen the family and build caring communities? Do you have 2-3 years of experience in journalism, marketing, PR and/or social media management? Are you a strong communicator with the drive to impact your community in a powerful and positive way? Then we've got the job for you! Children's Bureau, the nations largest investor in child abuse prevention, is currently recruiting for a Marketing and Communications Coordinator.
The Marketing & Communications Coordinator plays an important role in helping to develop and manage Children’s Bureau’s internal and external marketing and communications efforts as set forth in a strategic marketing and communications plan. In this role, the coordinator will assist the Director of Marketing & Communications in managing the agency’s brand identity, websites, social media platforms, online and print marketing tools, media relations and advertising. The coordinator will help to research, strategize, write, design, edit, distribute and measure marketing effectiveness.
REPORTS TO: Director of Marketing & Communications
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist with development and implementation of overall marketing and communications strategy and various project/event strategies. Work with various departments within Children’s Bureau (development, human resources, various programs, etc.) and externally with Children’s Bureau board leadership, corporate partners, etc.
Assist with development and implementation of various communications tools including brand identity (logo, typography, color palette, messaging and images), advertising and marketing collateral (both digital and print---annual report, fact sheets, brochures, postcards, e-newsletter, etc.), online marketing (websites, SEO, social media, email, mobile). Develop marketing metrics for analysis and reporting.
Manage annual editorial calendar (content and implementation)
Manage public relations/media outreach (traditional and bloggers) and cultivation of media partners. Write and distribute press releases and media calendar content, media follow up, arrange interviews, prep interviewees, develop media talking points and book media tours. Help with cultivation of Children’s Bureau’s representatives for speaker’s bureau. Manage media lists via Cision software program.
Assist in managing and monitoring social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube. Includes research, outreach to influencers, creation of content, posting, monitoring and reacting to posts. Work with social media consultant on implementing special promotions, blog content and advertising.
Assist with oversight of Children’s Bureau website (all4kids.org) and other Children’s Bureau-related websites. Includes content, monitoring, editing/updating and working with website consultant and Children’s Bureau IT Department.
Manage stewardship of media partners and other in-kind partners along with Children’s Bureau leadership, donors, clients and supporters via appropriate marketing and media tools.
Help engage Marketing & Communications Committee to obtain advice on implementation and effectiveness of communications strategies. Schedule meetings, set up and materials.
Assistance with special events.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
If you are interested in being considered for these open positions, please apply now! You are also encouraged to email your resume to the Children’s Bureau HR Recruiter, Ani Melkumyan, at email@example.com. Thank you!