BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION: The Construction for Change Marketing and Communication Manager is a member of the Development office and guides and executes the strategy for all internal and external communications ensuring consistency in theme and relevance of content. The communications scope includes published newsletters, websites, social media posts, public relations messages and annual reports.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1.Collaborate with Development Manager and to develop an annual marketing and communications plan
2.Prepare budget to support the marketing and communications plan
3.Collaborate with Development Manager on creation and delivery of fundraising activities and marketing initiative
4.Research media trends and results to support development of future marketing and communication strategies
B.Marketing and Communications
1.Ensure all marketing and communications articulate proper content and image of organization across all mediums
2.Lead the development of communication content across all media channels (newsletter, websites, social media, etc.) to increase awareness of the organization’s mission and encourage followers to become constituents
3.Oversee production processes across all communication mediums, ensuring timely delivery and quality in presentation
4.Manage creative/graphic development for print, digital and other requirements
5.Oversee the development and collection of content for use in marketing and communications activities
6.Ensure web development and delivery supports effective communication of organization messages
C.Other Duties as Assigned by Supervisor
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR EFFECTIVE
Education:Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, business or journalism preferred.
Prior Work Experience:Minimum of 3years of professional experience in a marketing and communications role.
Experience with web development and maintenance,writing, designing graphics and other marketing visuals.
Skills and Abilities:
•Effective oral and written communication skills
•Strong interpersonal skills
•Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
•Ability to work independently and as part of a team
•Ability to build trusting relationships with clients, partners and sponsors
•Corporate experience in marketing and communications is a plus
•Experience in communications to donors in a non-profit environment is a plus Living out CFC’s
•Transparent Benefits and Expectations
This is a part-time, 20 hours per week position based out of Construction for Changes’ Seattle WA office. This position will require some weekend and evening hours to attend meetings and events. Salary will be determined on experience and academic background. Vacation expectations are 2 weeks of paid vacation10 paid holidays, sick and personal days(negotiable). Benefits may include a partial stipend for health insurance. We are an equal opportunity employer.
If you are interested in applying for the role please send a cover letter with your resume to Alexandra Cantle at email@example.com