As Communications Manager, you will have the ability to impact history on behalf of unborn children. Working in close conjunction with our strategic marketing firm, drafting copy, website and digital assets management, and brand identity are key components of this mid-level position. The Communications Manager will work closely with the Vice President of Government Affairs to ensure our legislative and state march goals are effectively communicated with the broader pro-life community and March for Life audience through a variety of communication mediums. The Communications Manager will oversee the Grassroots Project Manager (a part-time position) and Social Media Coordinator (full-time) and will report to the Executive Director.
-Act as point of contact for PR firm and media, including assisting with regular meeting (twice a week), conducting follow-up research and project management as necessary on media-related matters. Assist Senior staff in preparing for media interviews, including talking points, and conduct media interviews as appropriate. (President is primary spokesperson, but you will assist in this area)
-Strategically manage and build overall marketing strategy for email, print, and social media campaigns for the State March and National March for Life programs. You will primarily perform this responsibility by managing and supporting your team, including the Social Media Coordinator, and Grassroots Project Manager.
-Collaborate with the Vice President of Government Affairs on developing the best messaging for use in legislative advocacy campaigns, media, and communications with elected officials.
-Collaborate with the Director of Development on best communications strategies and development of digital campaigns.
-Take lead on content writing and copywriting for communication and development campaigns, including digital and print materials.
-With your team, analyze data to get smart insights and suggest methods for improvements on email, texting, and social media.
-Work alongside website consultants to manage day-to-day website operations, including updating pages and analyzing web traffic, and/or work with your team to oversee this.
-Oversee promotional campaigns and sponsorships assets for the State March and National March for life, including theme videos, event programs, hotel signage, ads, merchandise, etc.
-Manage brand strategy, including the development of the March for Life theme.
-Bachelor's degree in communications, journalism, public relations, or relevant field.
-Strong knowledge of communication practices and techniques.
-5+ years of experience in a similar role.
-Highly organized with impeccable attention to detail.
-Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
-Must be able to multitask and work well under pressure.
-An ability to work under tight deadlines.
-Passion for building a culture of life within a small, collaborative pro-life organization.
-3+ years of experience managing social media.
-Experience with website management and design.
-Experience with Mailchimp or other email marketing platforms.
Please send a cover letter, resume, writing sample of 500-750 words, and the names and contact information for (2) references to our Director of Operations at [email protected] The application deadline is Friday, March 31, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. ET.
Washington, DC 20005