CONTENT PRODUCER: DIOCESE OF CHARLOTTE COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
Create compelling content on various platforms to inform, inspire and educate the people of the Diocese of Charlotte
Do you thrive on crafting stories, shooting photos or producing videos that capture the beauty, goodness and truth of our Catholic faith? The Diocese of Charlotte is growing and seeking full-time content producers to create compelling content for our various print and digital platforms to inform, inspire and educate the people of the diocese. Home to 500,000 Catholics and growing, the Diocese of Charlotte encompasses the dynamic urban centers of Charlotte, Greensboro and Asheville, N.C., as well as the picturesque mountains and foothills of western North Carolina. From covering news for the Catholic News Herald, the diocese's official information outlet, to producing information directed to the diocese's 2,700 employees, this position is ideal for a creative and enthusiastic person with a keen eye for detail, a commitment to accuracy, and a heart for sharing the Gospel. At least 1-3+ years of experience, plus a bachelor's degree in journalism, marketing or related field. Read the full job description here.
Email your resume and cover letter to: [email protected]
(No phone calls, please.)
Deadline to apply: Monday, July 11
The Diocese of Charlotte is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a competitive benefits package that includes salary commensurate with experience, health and dental insurance, 403(b) and paid holidays.
POSITION TITLE: Content Producer
DEPARTMENT: Communications Office and Catholic News Herald
REPORTS TO: Assistant Communications Director
POSITION SUMMARY: The Content Producer is responsible for generating content for the Diocese of Charlotte's various
print and digital platforms - with the aim to inform, inspire and educate the people of the diocese and advance the
diocese's overall communication and evangelization mission.
1. Produce written and/or multimedia content including stories, photos, videos, social media posts, etc., for
publishing on the diocese's information channels, including: charlottediocese.org, Catholic News Herald and
catholicnewsherald.com, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, the diocese's intranet and other internal
2. Cover events of interest to diocesan audiences as assigned by the Catholic News Herald editor and/or
3. Collect, analyze and organize information (from sources, leads, wire, etc.) to develop story ideas and content for
publication internally or externally
4. Build and maintain positive relationships with key diocesan constituencies including clergy, principals, department
heads and ministry leaders
5. Strive to capture on all content channels the diversity of the diocese, its parishes and faith communities, and its
1. Assist with editing and proofreading others' content as needed
2. Other related duties as assigned
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
At least 1-3+ years of experience producing content, plus a bachelor's degree in journalism, marketing or related field.
Familiarity with the Catholic Church, its mission and teachings. Familiarity with Adobe Creative Cloud and MS Office
software. Familiarity with website content management systems such as Joomla and WordPress and audio and video
editing software a plus. Familiarity with using social media (as a professional) and digital media best practices. Excellent
writing, proofreading and editing skills; ability to work efficiently and meet deadlines without compromising quality or
accuracy; and demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively to accomplish common objectives. Other key
qualifications include enthusiasm, creativity, attention to detail, and exemplary organizational and interpersonal skills.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Diocesan Pastoral Center. Some travel required for assignments and meetings. Occasional
evening, weekend and holiday work required.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
General office environment.