Compelling opportunities for nonprofit communicators keep rolling in, and I’m thrilled about it. Marketing is too often first to be slashed when budgets are cut. Of course that means your organization has no way to regain lost ground, but not everyone gets that.
To do what I can to help these organizations move their missions forward, I’ll feature relevant positions in my new Friday (when there are jobs open) series — Friday Futures-Nonprofit Marketing Jobs. I’ll be setting up a form where you can submit your positions but for the time being, please email them to me. If space allows, I’ll supplement what you send me with other great opportunities I hear about.
1) Director of Marketing, Measured Progress – I predict there’s lots of room for innovation in this role. Measured Progress develops customized assessments for K-12 and is right in the middle of the education evolution.
2) Electronic Communications Specialist, The McArthur Foundation – This is a great opportunity for web specialist to join the Foundation’s five-person Public Affairs team. Online communications are a key part of the Foundation’s communications strategy, so this role is a crucial one.
3) New Media Director, Planned Parenthood Federation of America – What a fantastic opportunity to create! PPFA does a lot of interesting things social media wise. Couldn’t think of a better place to join in.
4) Director, Fund Development and Marketing, Roberts Enterprise Development Foundation (REDF) – You’ll be responsible for generating contributed revenue and for managing REDF’s external communications, guided by its new five-year strategic plan. A perfect time to join an organization.
Do let me know if you’re hiring! I’m glad to share nonprofit communications job and internship opportunities with the Getting Attention community. Just email me!
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