Careers

04/19/2021 - 04/19/2021
Digital Media Designer (Graphic Designer)

Community Colleges of Spokane

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(Pending Approval)
  • $3,294 monthly

    Kim Hagerty

  • Kim.Hagerty@ccs.spokane.edu

JOB DESCRIPTION
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Design and produce graphic projects such as publications, brochures, posters, bulletins, educational information and materials, multi-page documents, ads, website, social media, animation and video material, and other illustrative materials, while ensuring compliance of the American Disabilities Act, design standards and logo usage. * Review request for services. This includes: concept development, cost estimates and distribution, quantity, photos and other information associated with initial production. Produce hard copy original art and electronic copies as required. Work must adhere to consideration of the projects and department’s goals, objectives, and deadlines. * Accomplish typographic compositions, conversions and manipulations of photographs and illustrations, using a variety of reprographic techniques, computer software, and materials for design purposes. Prepare proofs and make appropriate changes when required. Maintain backup of artwork, organize and archive all artwork. * Meet with individuals and/or groups to discuss future projects and coordinate work with colleagues on projects involving more than one designer. Explain to stakeholders the effective use of graphic designs and production costs; offering ideas, suggestions, and information on techniques and content as it pertains to completing reproduction of communications. * Prepare electronic artwork files for external printers and in-house copy shop with print/copy specifications. This includes reproduction elements such as selection of paper stock, delivery instructions and any other project specifications. * Work proficiently with photos provided by staff photographers(s) and stock photos. Attend photo shoots as needed. May occasionally take photos when needed. Support and advance the CCS strategic plan, and perform related duties as required. * * Indicates this is an essential duty This position is designated a bargaining unit position and union membership is no longer a condition of employment.
REQUIREMENTS
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES (MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS) Two (2) years of applicable college-level training in graphic design, equivalent art school training, or experience as a Graphic Designer. Or an equivalent mix of experience and training that demonstrates the candidate meets all competency requirements for this position. Experience working in a professional marketing/advertising setting. Knowledge or experience using state-of-the-art graphics hardware and software necessary to produce computer design. Proficient in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Final Cut Pro or other media editing software. Experience with content management systems. Understanding of electronic and print specifications required for final artwork output, including paper, vinyl, and engraving. Understanding of the practices of a print shop. Excellent communication skills both orally and in writing. Ability to use computer programs related to an office environment. Ability to be creative and accepting of new ideas. Must work well in a team environment. Commitment to learning and applying best practices to ensure electronic and technology work products and tools are accessible to all people, including those with disabilities. Acceptance of the responsibility to promote the welfare and best interests of students at all times. A demonstrable understanding and acceptance of the mission, values, goals, objectives and strategic plan of CCS. The ability to perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with applicable laws, regulations and goals of the institution, and community and technical college system. Demonstrated commitment to fostering and supporting a teaching, learning and working environment that honors diversity, equity and inclusion.
HOW TO APPLY
Fill out an application at the CCS website link provided.
03/19/2021 - 04/30/2021
Assistant Affiliate Manager

JEBCommerce

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(Pending Approval)
  • Hourly DOE

    Kenny Dodge

  • kenny@jebcommerce.com

JOB DESCRIPTION
JEBCommerce is a growing online marketing agency that needs more talented people right away. Located in the beautiful city of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, JEBCommerce is a full service, online marketing agency that specializes in performance marketing. We service both large and small organizations with a heavy focus on affiliate program management. If you have a heart for service and are looking to start your career with a fast paced, fun company that will invest in you for the long run – then contact us today. We strive to do amazing things for our clients and are looking for individuals who want to do the same. We are looking for smart, humble, and hungry individuals that want a fast paced environment. Overall Responsibility: Assist the team and support the Affiliate Manager on client accounts and marketing initiatives. To support the affiliate manager or senior affiliate manager in execution of strategies and tactics for the stable of clients assigned to their team. Specific Responsibilities: Affiliate partner recruitment and list development Compiling of weekly client report Update HTML newsletter Text link creation and upload Creative uploading and removal Analysis and metric compilation Affiliate application approvals Activation list creation and tracking Perform monthly compliance audits Task list monitoring for affiliate manager Other as needed administrative support duties
REQUIREMENTS
Ability to learn quickly on-the-job Account management experience a plus Ability to multi-task Strong organizational skills Detailed oriented Solid work ethic Comfortable using computer applications: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and other online tools Comfortable in the internet environment
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, email your resume and a brief cover letter to careers@jebcommerce.com; Subject line: “Application for Assistant Manager Position + your name” PLEASE NOTE: Resumes will not be considered without a cover letter AND if not sent to the address above, with subject line included as above.
03/17/2021 - 05/01/2021
Communications / Account Manager

Humanix

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(Pending Approval)
  • Base Salary is DOE

    Nancy Nelson

  • nnelson@humanix.com

JOB DESCRIPTION
Our employee’s upcoming retirement after 24 years leads us to recruit for a top performer in our Communications / Account Manager position located in our Spokane Valley office. Explore this opportunity to join our employee-owned company. Humanix staff step into a work environment every day where we’re serious about our work without being too serious about ourselves. We firmly believe that work can be fun and deliver a high-quality service every day to our customers and each other — We are proud to support a family-friendly culture with planned flexibility — We believe in ethical business practices — We thrive in a constantly changing environment that changes from calm to chaos — We operate primarily in a cubicle work environment with lots of verbal communication between team members and juggle interruptions well. People are the reason we exist! Everyone on our team loves to interact with candidates, employees, and clients. We build strong customer relationships to deliver our mission statement. Responsibilities of Communications / Account Manager: Manage a full cycle recruiting process ensuring a smooth and positive candidate experience. Leverage multiple sourcing strategies and channels including your external network, job boards, and internal referrals to provide high quality candidates for open positions. Collaborate with clients and hiring managers to understand their hiring needs and goals. Provide recommendations to improve the hiring process, client onboarding and provide detailed information regarding the market conditions. Screen resumes, interview qualified candidates, evaluate skill level, present candidates to clients, manage offer process, and make salary recommendations. Drive the offer process including, but not limited to extending offers and closing candidates. Build Humanix’s relationship with clients. Manage the company’s marketing efforts, social media communication and professional community presence. Compensation for the Communication /Account Manager: • Starting base salary is DOE • Participate in Profit Sharing Plan • Participate in Employee Stock Ownership Plan – become an owner in Humanix • Benefit package of medical and dental insurance, PTO, Holiday Pay, 401k, Profit Sharing, ESOP and fun team activities including lunches and snacks.
REQUIREMENTS
Requirements of Communication / Account Manager: Experience with company communication efforts Experience with developing and implementing marketing and social media plans 2 years of sales and/or customer service experience, preferably in service industry. Prior work experience with business development preferred High school diploma required and two-year degree with emphasis in business or related field. Relevant experience may be substituted for educational requirements. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. • A candidate that sees the value of being an active-upbeat team member that is willing to help others, and values the importance of follow through with customers (clients, employees, candidates, co-workers) • A candidate that has the ability to juggle interruptions well, learns new things and isn’t afraid of change • A candidate that is self-motivated, works well within gray areas, takes the initiative if something needs to be done or fixed, and supports a company philosophy of “no room for that’s not my job” • A candidate that is a problem solver and can make decisions independently and looks at themselves as being a forgiving person but also a little thick skinned • A candidate that takes pride in employee ownership and values the reward that will be given for their hard work in profit sharing, goal rewards, and being an owner of our company through our ESOP For immediate consideration please apply online to Communication / Account Manager job post or email your resume to Mark at mqualle@humanix.com Humanix is an Equal Opportunity Employer and diversity candidates are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their disability status and/or protected veteran status.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send resume to Nancy Nelson at nnelson@humanix.com or please feel free to call if you have questions regarding this career opportunity
03/05/2021 - 05/05/2021
Director of Communications and Storytelling

Empire Health Foundation

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(Pending Approval)
  • Rebecca Johnston

  • rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org

JOB DESCRIPTION
Empire Health Foundation (EHF), a private health conversion foundation formed in 2008, takes a bold and innovative approach to investing in ideas and organizations that improve access, education, research, and policy to transform the health of communities in eastern Washington. With philanthropic assets totaling approximately $96 million, including the recent addition of $20M designated as a 501c(4), and a talented team of 17, EHF’s investments go beyond traditional grantmaking to leverage innovative public-private collaborations in its commitment to measurable health improvements through work in four primary Focus Areas: Care Coordination, Families Together (family resiliency), Workforce Development, and Innovation. Additionally, EHF partners with four other community organizations, including the provision of some shared administrative services, focused on regional health transformation, increasing Washington-based cancer research, improving family-based supports for foster children, and increasing health care providers in eastern Washington. EHF believes strongly that solving today’s toughest social problems relies on much more than just writing a check. Through collaborative partnerships with community, tribal and government leaders, government agencies and third-party funders, EHF seeks to move the dial measurably and sustainably on health outcomes through an innovative approach to philanthropy that focuses on systems-level change. In contrast to traditional reactive grantmaking and top-down theory-of-change models, EHF’s approach is adaptive and collaborative, leverages partnerships, and is accountable for results. Following the recent hire of President Zeke Smith, Empire Health Foundation now invites applications and nominations for its next Director of Communications and Storytelling to bring EHF to a new level of excellence in marketing and communications. Through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and a focused attention on promoting health equity, the ideal candidate will have deep knowledge of best practices in strategic marketing and communications. The Director will steward the EHF brand, strengthening and building internal and external communication to best support the organization at this critical moment, advising senior leaders, peers, and EHF team members on effective marketing, communications and storytelling strategies, executing a strategic communications plan that encompasses internal and external audiences, as well as managing relationships with external service providers on behalf of the Foundation. MISSION & HISTORY EHF believes health is a fundamental human right and strives to boldly advance health equity in eastern Washington and beyond. Health equity exists only when people can attain their full health potential, and no one should be disadvantaged due to where they live, race, gender identity, level of education, immigration status, sexual orientation, the job they have, socioeconomic status, or whether or not they have a disability. This potential can only be reached when the disparities that adversely impact marginalized or under-resourced children, families, and communities are eliminated. To guide this important mission, EHF holds Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI), Compassion, Innovation, Collaboration, Measurable Impact, and Integrity as core values. Empire Health Foundation was founded in 2008 through the sale of Deaconess and Valley Medical Center and takes great care to manage those assets on behalf of the communities it serves and to transform the health of the region. That commitment to transformation is inherent in its values and its approach to philanthropy which focuses on collaboration with partners to challenge current systems and practices that are barriers to equitable health outcomes for people in its region. It focuses work upstream to develop new, innovative approaches that change policies and systems, prioritizing measurable positive impact and health equity. EHF defines health by much more than medicine, disease, or physical condition. Rather, it looks at the environments and the conditions we encounter as we live, learn, work, and play. These social determinants of health include the social, economic, and environmental needs of individuals and communities and require investments in health that focus on reducing, and ultimately eliminating, existing disparities. At its ten-year mark, the Foundation celebrated the innovation, boldness, and continued possibility of this commitment and philosophy through a range of partnerships and initiatives that exemplify EHF’s approach. EHF’s work has grown in size and complexity, leveraging dollars 18x its traditional $4M grantmaking budget. A recent legal settlement with Community Health Systems has entrusted EHF with $20M and expanded its work to include Empire Health Community Advocacy Fund (EHCAF), a 501c(4) arm to carry forward the legacy of that agreement. EHF is now uniquely poised to explore both c(3) and c(4) strategies and initiatives in support of its mission. For more information, please visit: empirehealthfoundation.org. EHF FOCUS AREAS & AFFILIATES With an operating and grantmaking budget of $4M and leveraged partnerships over $95M, EHF supports a range of programmatic focus areas and partnerships, including: Care Coordination: EHF’s Care Coordination focus area seeks to improve the health and quality of life of under resourced and underserved community members by supporting partners to deploy data-informed approaches to activating and educating individuals who are otherwise disengaged in their health and wellness. This approach creates sustainable access to high quality, advanced care coordination services that address the social determinants of health, health activation, and quality of life. Strategic initiatives include targeted work with aging, tribal, and incarcerated populations. Families Together: The Families Together focus area aims to reduce and prevent foster care days among Native American families on-and-off reservation in eastern Washington by at least 50% per year by measurably preventing the occurrence of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and building resiliency to mitigate their impact. Reducing the intergenerational transmission of ACES, the single greatest predictor of poor health, behavior, and academic outcomes, will prevent children from experiencing high levels of trauma and support for them to grow and thrive in a loving family. EHF collaborates with community partners to leverage the resources unique to their communities for maximum impact. Workforce Development: The Workforce Development focus area invests in upstream approaches that advance health equity using innovative and sustainable efforts to establish a skilled and motivated workforce and address longstanding inequities in the region that have been exacerbated by workforce shortages and shortcomings in providing culturally responsive care. Empire Health Foundation serves as a collaborative partner in enhancing the training, recruitment, and capacity of the region’s health system workforce. Innovation: EHF assists the region’s nonprofit organizations with grant writing, training, and technical assistance and offers dedicated EHF staff who pursue funders from outside the area, attracting and leveraging new funding streams to maximize strategic impact across the region. Since its inception, EHF and its partners have attracted approximately $355 million in third party funding to the region. Public/Private Partnerships: Aiming to meet the very real health needs of diverse populations in the region, EHF has fueled many public/private partnerships at every stage of development. In 2019, in partnership with Spokane Housing Ventures, EHF announced a joint investment in a new multi-family affordable housing complex that is now home to 48 families at risk of experiencing homelessness. Additionally, EHF has incubated a number of affiliated 501(c)3 organizations over the past 10 years including: Better Health Together, Andy Hill Cancer Research Endowment Fund, Family Impact Network, Spokane Teaching Health, and Philanthropy in Action. EHF also owns and operates as an LLC the Philanthropy Center, a 22,000-square-foot, four-level building which houses EHF and various subsidiary and partnering nonprofits. As tenants of the Philanthropy Center, these nonprofits receive discounted rent and “backbone” services, including accounting, information technology, and reception services. THE ROLE The Director of Communications and Storytelling will serve as a trusted advisor to senior leaders, staff, external partners, and subsidiaries, building the EHF brand and driving strategic communications for internal and external audiences. Working in close partnership with the Vice President of Operations and as a member of the Senior Leadership Team, the Director of Communications and Storytelling will develop strategies that align with and amplify EHF’s vision and values. The Director will elevate the stories of people and organizations across eastern Washington to inspire deeper and more authentic relationships that shape solutions for improved health equity and stronger communities. Senior Leadership Responsibilities • Serve as a member of the Senior Leadership team, trusted communications advisor and forward-thinking strategist to senior management • Support the organization’s efforts in promoting greater fluency in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging throughout the foundation • Participate in and provide communications support in the development of an ongoing learning environment that uses effective diversity and equity concepts, behaviors, and tools • Build and maintain a strong working relationship across EHF departments and organizational partners Communications/Storytelling Responsibilities • Drive the development, implementation and evaluation of all EHF and EHCAF marketing/communications strategy (organizations and individual focus areas), to include a diverse array of audiences including staff, board, community and policy stakeholders • Cultivate and nurture EHF’s brand identity, monitoring and advising senior management on community perception, evaluating effectiveness of marketing tools, and ensuring brand integrity • Support EHF’s goal of ensuring transparent, high-trust/high-integrity communication between leadership, staff, board and community • Drive content and design for all communications mediums including websites, print materials, social media platforms, internal newsletter and video production; ensure messaging meets EHF’s goals of transparency, integrity and storytelling through the eyes and voice of a diverse community • In coordination with the Vice President of Operations and other senior management, develop and recommend budgets for the Communications department, as well as specific projects and programs • Empower and equip board and all staff to be community ambassadors for EHF and its partners through development of print and presentation materials, speeches and talking points • Plan and produce executive presentations and speeches; consult, develop and write for various strategic planning, programmatic and communications issues in support of the foundation strategy • Manage the contracted annual retainer relationship with a local marketing firm, coordinating deadlines and project pipeline • Coordinate with senior management, government relations team, policy director and board as applicable to support and/or execute proactive communications on a diverse array of public policy issues • Manage media relations including monitoring of industry issues/trends, coordinating media interviews, providing coaching on media interview techniques and related messaging; develops positive relations with media and other stakeholders to elevate awareness of EHF and its partners • Manage all communications functions in alignment with executive leadership priorities and a focus on: Transparent communication with internal and external audiences, standardization of organizational knowledge across all teams, maximized operating efficiencies supported by strong communications channels
REQUIREMENTS
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE While no one candidate will possess all of the qualifications listed below, the ideal candidate will be passionate about EHF’s mission and bring many of the following: Minimum Qualifications 10+ years of progressive strategic marketing/communications experience. A Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, journalism or similar field is preferred. Computer proficiency and strong technology aptitude required. Excellent writing and storytelling skills. Requirements • A broad portfolio of success as a strategic and tactical marketing/communications professional and storyteller in a well-respected “best practice” environment • A creative thinker with demonstrated experience driving communications that captures the voices and perspectives of a diverse and multi-cultural community • A solid background in supporting all aspects of a project from strategic planning to working directly on execution and day-to-day operations • Demonstrated strength of equity maturity and cultural competency • Demonstrated evidence through past experience of commitment to building and nurturing trust-based relationships, collaboration and teamwork with executive and internal staff of all levels, as well as partners • Sound, seasoned judgment and ability to provide values-based leadership, with particular attention to the foundation’s core values • Adept at work planning and providing analysis to facilitate decisions among staff and leadership • Results-oriented; ability to quickly learn EHF’s priorities and translate them into actionable communications solutions in order to enhance organizational effectiveness • Ability to adapt to change and modify approach to best fit the situation. Thrives, delivers, and remains nimble and flexible in a matrixed organization with differing cultures, intricacies, diversified business segments and competing demands • Excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills; strong public speaking skills • Demonstrated experience with managing and driving content for social media platforms • High level of comfort working in an ambiguous environment requiring adaptivity and flexibility • Demonstrated high level of ethics, integrity and discretion • Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects
HOW TO APPLY
Submit your resume and cover letter describing your interest and qualifications to: Rebecca Johnston, Senior HR Manager at rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org.
03/05/2021 - 05/05/2021
Director of Communications and Storytelling

Empire Health Foundation

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(Pending Approval)
  • Rebecca Johnston

  • rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Director of Communications and Storytelling will serve as a trusted advisor to senior leaders, staff, external partners, and subsidiaries, building the EHF brand and driving strategic communications for internal and external audiences. Working in close partnership with the Vice President of Operations and as a member of the Senior Leadership Team, the Director of Communications and Storytelling will develop strategies that align with and amplify EHF’s vision and values. The Director will elevate the stories of people and organizations across eastern Washington to inspire deeper and more authentic relationships that shape solutions for improved health equity and stronger communities. Senior Leadership Responsibilities • Serve as a member of the Senior Leadership team, trusted communications advisor and forward-thinking strategist to senior management • Support the organization’s efforts in promoting greater fluency in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging throughout the foundation • Participate in and provide communications support in the development of an ongoing learning environment that uses effective diversity and equity concepts, behaviors, and tools • Build and maintain a strong working relationship across EHF departments and organizational partners Communications/Storytelling Responsibilities • Drive the development, implementation and evaluation of all EHF and EHCAF marketing/communications strategy (organizations and individual focus areas), to include a diverse array of audiences including staff, board, community and policy stakeholders • Cultivate and nurture EHF’s brand identity, monitoring and advising senior management on community perception, evaluating effectiveness of marketing tools, and ensuring brand integrity • Support EHF’s goal of ensuring transparent, high-trust/high-integrity communication between leadership, staff, board and community • Drive content and design for all communications mediums including websites, print materials, social media platforms, internal newsletter and video production; ensure messaging meets EHF’s goals of transparency, integrity and storytelling through the eyes and voice of a diverse community • In coordination with the Vice President of Operations and other senior management, develop and recommend budgets for the Communications department, as well as specific projects and programs • Empower and equip board and all staff to be community ambassadors for EHF and its partners through development of print and presentation materials, speeches and talking points • Plan and produce executive presentations and speeches; consult, develop and write for various strategic planning, programmatic and communications issues in support of the foundation strategy • Manage the contracted annual retainer relationship with a local marketing firm, coordinating deadlines and project pipeline • Coordinate with senior management, government relations team, policy director and board as applicable to support and/or execute proactive communications on a diverse array of public policy issues • Manage media relations including monitoring of industry issues/trends, coordinating media interviews, providing coaching on media interview techniques and related messaging; develops positive relations with media and other stakeholders to elevate awareness of EHF and its partners • Manage all communications functions in alignment with executive leadership priorities and a focus on: Transparent communication with internal and external audiences, standardization of organizational knowledge across all teams, maximized operating efficiencies supported by strong communications channels
REQUIREMENTS
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE While no one candidate will possess all of the qualifications listed below, the ideal candidate will be passionate about EHF’s mission and bring many of the following: Minimum Qualifications 10+ years of progressive strategic marketing/communications experience. A Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, journalism or similar field is preferred. Computer proficiency and strong technology aptitude required. Excellent writing and storytelling skills. Requirements • A broad portfolio of success as a strategic and tactical marketing/communications professional and storyteller in a well-respected “best practice” environment • A creative thinker with demonstrated experience driving communications that captures the voices and perspectives of a diverse and multi-cultural community • A solid background in supporting all aspects of a project from strategic planning to working directly on execution and day-to-day operations • Demonstrated strength of equity maturity and cultural competency • Demonstrated evidence through past experience of commitment to building and nurturing trust-based relationships, collaboration and teamwork with executive and internal staff of all levels, as well as partners • Sound, seasoned judgment and ability to provide values-based leadership, with particular attention to the foundation’s core values • Adept at work planning and providing analysis to facilitate decisions among staff and leadership • Results-oriented; ability to quickly learn EHF’s priorities and translate them into actionable communications solutions in order to enhance organizational effectiveness • Ability to adapt to change and modify approach to best fit the situation. Thrives, delivers, and remains nimble and flexible in a matrixed organization with differing cultures, intricacies, diversified business segments and competing demands • Excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills; strong public speaking skills • Demonstrated experience with managing and driving content for social media platforms • High level of comfort working in an ambiguous environment requiring adaptivity and flexibility • Demonstrated high level of ethics, integrity and discretion • Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects
HOW TO APPLY
Submit your resume and cover letter describing your interest and qualifications to: Rebecca Johnston, Senior HR Manager at rebeccaj@empirehealthfoundation.org. Empire Health Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. We recruit and hire without regard to race, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, veteran status or age.
04/07/2021 - 05/07/2021
Remote Affiliate Manager

JEBCommerce

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(Pending Approval)
  • DOE

    Nicole Ripley

  • careers@jebcommerce.com

JOB DESCRIPTION
Please view job posting on our site: https://jebcommerce.com/job-listing/affiliate-manager/
REQUIREMENTS
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to careersATjebcommerce.com; Subject line "Application for [POSITION] + your name"
04/20/2021 - 05/14/2021
Communications Coordinator

Community Library Network

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(Pending Approval)
  • $50,000

    Denna Grangaard

  • dennag@communitylibrary.net

JOB DESCRIPTION
[CHECK WEBSITE FOR OFFICIAL OPEN/CLOSE DATES] [BASIC DESCRIPTION] The communications coordinator leads the communications department, supervises the webmaster position, and establishes how the brand will serve the community. They oversee the developmental strategy and analysis of all public-facing library communication and marketing efforts. They build teams to give diverse voice to district promotions, manage contract specialists, and ensure that staff maintain a working knowledge of basic communications practices and tools. The communication coordinator manages a departmental budget, provides support to the Board of Trustees and administrative staff as needed. The communications coordinator works closely with eight library managers to unify district promotions, guide and direct the development of all communications systems available to the public, ensure brand standards, provide training and tools. They are the point of contact for the media. They oversee goal development and communications analysis. The communication coordinator works directly with executive staff during crises. They manage persons within the communications department including webmaster. They leverage the use of district staff to provide expertise. The communications coordinator provides executive staff with annual communications plans which demonstrate actions to address annual District strategic plans. Official description, when created, will be posted on our website. https://communitylibrary.net/about/work-with-us/
REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, journalism or public relations. [or] Two or more years in a communication position with increasing responsibility, leadership and supervisory experience. [or] Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work. Public library experience preferred.
HOW TO APPLY
A general application is posted on line and is used to apply for every library position. Additional requirements specific to this position are available online. https://communitylibrary.net/about/work-with-us/

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