Colorado Nonprofit Association

Assistant Director of Marketing

Intercambio is a great place to work! Intercambio was founded in 2001 to bring English learners and community volunteers together in language classes and gatherings to build skills, confidence, and life-changing connections. We have connected over 15,000 students, teachers, and TESOL organizations through our programs, training, and curriculum. Intercambio participants build relationships that break down barriers of language, culture, race, and socioeconomic status — creating connections that build a more fair, just, and inclusive society. Our staff are experienced, diverse, passionate about our mission, and learn from our participants and each other.    

As our Assistant Director of Marketing, you will educate and inspire our staff and stakeholders while attracting new leads in Boulder County and across the U.S. Your work will be critical to the development and execution of Intercambio’s overall marketing strategy and its various campaigns and activities, including copywriting, graphic design, publishing, and periodic reporting. You will be part of Intercambio’s Management Team, regularly collaborate cross-functionally, and may manage staff, contractors (webmasters, printers, graphic designers, etc.), and interns.  

This position is full-time (40 hours per week) and reports to the Chief Executive Officer. The successful candidate will be expected to work in our Boulder & Longmont offices each week, and from home.  

Messaging & Branding  

Content Marketing for Lead Generation  

Public Relations & Thought Leadership  

Daily Operations 


Required Qualifications  

Desired Qualifications  

Closing Date – the position is open until filled. We are hoping to have the successful candidate start in November.  

At Intercambio, diversity, equity and inclusion are at the core of who we are. Read our Equity Charter here. We are committed to creating a diverse and equitable work environment and strongly encourage you to apply if you have lived immigrant experience, are part of the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) and/or LGBTQIA community, are differently-abled, a veteran, or are of diverse nationality or religion.