Colorado Nonprofit Association

Marketing Manager

The Marketing Manager is responsible for the development and execution of a holistic marketing strategy for Breck Create. This role will partner with the Senior Director of External Relations to promote Breck Create’s robust arts and cultural offerings, increase the visibility of the organization and encourage participation + community engagement. The Marketing Manager will be expected to explore and implement new marketing and promotional tactics and support special projects as needed. This individual will bring an innovative approach and mindset to the promotion of Breck Create and its mission: to deliver inspiring creative experiences that enrich the quality of life and quality of place for everybody who lives, works or plays in Breckenridge.  

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Development Operations Coordinator

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Breck Create seeks a detailed and service-oriented individual to execute its development and board operations and support key team members in delivering arts experiences throughout Breckenridge. The Development Coordinator coordinates communications, reports, tasks, and procedures that ensure the smooth day-to-day functioning of fundraising and development. They are responsible for database management, advancement reporting, data integrity and security for all Breck Create’s patron, member, & donor data. The desired individual will have experience working in a nonprofit or event producer setting and is motivated to improve systems, solve problems and work in a creative environment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

FUNDRAISING AND DEVELOPMENT

BOARD + ADMINISTRATIVE

POSITION REQUIREMENTS 

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

 Mi Casa Resource Center is seeking a bilingual individual with excellent communication skills, attention to detail, experience with photography, graphic design and experience in marketing or communications to join us as Marketing and Communications Coordinator. This is a part-time 32-hour-per-week position that requires some flexibility to work evening and weekends depending upon the needs of the organization. The person in this role would be able to work one day per week remotely upon completing 90 days at the organization. 

The Marketing and Communications Coordinator supports and implements Mi Casa Resource Center’s (MCRC) marketing and communications strategy and overall branding. This position works with the Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications, development, and program teams to ensure high-quality, successful marketing efforts and visibility for the organization. This position also provides necessary data and analytics reports to aid in data driven decision making.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 

Operations

Fundraising

Other

QUALIFICATIONS

  

KEY COMPETENCIES 

   

Graphic Design and Social Media Coordinator

Position Summary

As an integral part of the Marketing and Communications team, the Graphic Design and Social Media Coordinator helps promote the Museum and its programs by creating and executing graphic design projects and developing dynamic social media content. This multifaceted position will spend around 60% of the time on graphic design projects and 40% on social media content creation and management. This position will work strategically with Museum team members to engage current and prospective audiences. This position will manage grassroots content for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter/X, TikTok, and LinkedIn and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to develop creative social media content for these channels.

Principal Responsibilities

Graphic Design – 60%

Social Media – 40%

Minimum Education, Job Qualifications and Experience

Working Conditions

Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to hr@clyffordstillmuseum.org. Subject: Graphic Design and Social Media Coordinator

Diversity and Inclusion – The Clyfford Still Museum is committed to building a diverse staff to serve the needs of our visitors. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

Non-Discrimination Statement – The Clyfford Still Museum bases its employment decisions on job- related qualifications and ability to perform a job, and therefore prohibits (a) making employment decisions or basing terms and conditions of employment, and (b) making contracting, admissions or facility use decisions or basing terms and conditions of contract or facility use on the basis of a person’s: race, creed, color, religion, sex, age 40 and over, height, weight, national origin, ancestry or ethnicity, sexual orientation, transgender status or gender identity or expression, marital status, military or veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information, or disability, as well as any other basis now or in the future protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation. The Museum follows this policy in all terms and conditions of employment including, without limitation, recruitment, hiring, testing, training, certification, opportunities for advancement, promotions, demotions,
terminations, performance evaluations, compensation, and leaves. The Museum expressly prohibits retaliation against anyone who brings a complaint of discrimination or who assists the Museum in the investigation of a complaint of discrimination.

Outreach Specialist (Way To Go)

The hiring salary range for this position is $4,359.34 – $5,230.94/month or $2,179.67 – $2,615.47/semi-monthly depending on qualifications.

As the Denver region’s premier non-profit employer, DRCOG aims to make life better for people of all ages, incomes and abilities. We tackle the BIG issues, like growth and development, transportation and meeting the needs of older adults. DRCOG’s success is built on, and defined by, long-standing partnerships and serving as a forum for discussing these, and other emerging issues and working collectively to find innovative solutions. Our culture and values fuel and inform the work we do, and employees are rewarded with competitive compensation, generous benefits and an adaptable work environment. Sound like a good fit? We’d love to meet you!

If you have passion and a drive for continually improving the quality of life for people in the Denver region, find a rewarding, fulfilling career at DRCOG! Join a dynamic team of cross-disciplinary professionals dedicated to creating thriving and equitable communities. As the Way to Go Outreach Specialist, you will directly contribute to the health of the region’s air quality. You’ll work directly with businesses, demonstrating how supporting flexible commuting can create a culture that aids in retention and recruitment, and makes a positive impact on air quality and traffic congestion.

You’ll join two talented outreach specialists and a creative team that includes social media, website and general communications experts to support your outreach efforts. You’ll coordinate and attend events including Bike to Work Day and employer conferences, and present best practices alongside transportation experts from all over the
nation. If this sounds like the right fit, apply today!

About the Position of Outreach Specialist (Way To Go)

This class specification represents only the core areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the needs of the Division.

· Identifies and contacts organizations to provide information and education related to programs and services, develops new client prospects and maintains relationships with existing clients.

· Determines what commute options are most feasible and cost-effective for organizations using employee survey data and one-on-one assessments. Works with organizations to develop plans to achieve trip reduction goals.

· Promotes Way to Go programs and services and identifies opportunities to present education on commute options.

· Coordinates and attends tabling and other promotional events and, activities, supports in marketing efforts for events, and responds to customer emails and phone calls to provide information related to promotions.

· Develops strategy for communicating with organizations and commuters and performing outreach, identifies opportunities based on geographic location and/or business type, prepares timelines and schedules; evaluates and reports on plan outcomes; provides recommendations and implements improved processes.

· Maintains and updates client relationship management information; tracks outreach efforts, documents activities and updates
outreach opportunity information. May provide training to clients on software
application of assigned program.

· Assists in maintaining website information; prepares activity reports; organizes and maintainsdocuments and program information.

· Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.

· Maintaining relationships and sharing best practices with partner agencies on how to engage commuters and businesses.

· Coordinating aspects of Bike to Work Day and other employer campaigns (Go-Tober, Bike to Work

· Day Business Challenge, stations, merchandise);

· Providing exceptional customer service by managing the back end of the MyWayToGo carpool matching network, fielding and responding to the WayToGo inbox.

· Supporting aspects of the vanpool and Guaranteed Ride Home programs.

· Maintaining awareness of industry trends and practices, including market shifts to reduce VMTR in our region. Actively recommends best practices to manager;

· Participating in conferences and webinars related to transportation demand management; acts as a subject-matter expert for TDM in the region.

· Maintain awareness of geographic service boundaries and funnel leads to regional partners when appropriate.

· Participating in monthly TMA outreach meetings.

· Practices and methods of sales, marketing and outreach.

· Principles and applications of critical thinking and analysis.

· Principles and methods of qualitative and quantitative research.

· Best practices, trends and emerging technologies.

· Principles and techniques of effective oral presentations.

· Social media, email and other communications tools.

· Modern budget practices.

· Applicable federal, state and local laws, codes, regulations (based on assignment).

· Customer service principles.

· Specialized equipment relevant to area of assignment.

· Modern office technology.

· Identifying business leads and performing outreach and marketing efforts for assigned area.

· Setting up and hosting virtual and in-person meetings; providing participants with agendas.

· Authoring and preparing original reports, documents and presentations.

· Public speaking and delivering presentations.

· Gathering data, analyzing findings and applying logic and reason.

· Understanding business objectives in order to prioritize tasks. .

· Researching industry trends, solutions and best practices.

· Compiling and sorting data and articulating issues and recommendations.

· Interpreting and applying applicable laws, codes, regulations and standards (based on assignment).

· Providing customer service.

· Utilizing a computer and relevant software applications.

· Utilizing communication and interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisors, the general public and others to sufficiently exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.

Education and experience requirements:

· Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, or related experience and one to three years of related sales or marketing experience. OR An equivalent
combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above, unless otherwise subject to any other requirements set forth in law or regulation.

  Licensing/Certifications

Status: Full-time, Exempt

Compensation and Benefits

The hiring salary range for this position is $4,359.34 – $5,230.94/month or $2,179.67 – $2,615.47/semi-monthly depending on qualifications.

This position is open until 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time on Friday, June 7, 2024.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender
identity, national origin, disability,
or status as a protected veteran.

Communications Intern (part-time, non-exempt, temporary)

Who are We?
When our students and schools thrive, we all benefit. That’s why DPS Foundation galvanizes and mobilizes our
entire community to invest in crucial resources and programs that have the greatest impact on student
well-being and success, while supporting families and educators. When we all join together in this work, our
students become the leaders and societal contributors we need, and our city—and all who live in it— thrives. We
strive to live by our Core Values and see them as a commitment to ourselves, to DPS, and to the students and
families we have promised to serve. For additional information about our organization, please visit
www.dpsfoundation.org.

Who are we looking for?
We are seeking an individual who is excited and eager to learn aspects of communications while gaining skills in
relationship building, volunteer management, communications, and business operations at a thriving nonprofit
organization. No previous experience required; merely a drive and willingness to jump in and learn! We are
looking for an individual with a proven ability to prioritize, organize, and manage multiple tasks simultaneously,
and is able to work independently and collaboratively and adapt to changing priorities.
The Communications Intern will help in key areas of communications/marketing and general office support. This
position will average 10 hours per week. We request a commitment through June 30, 2025. This is a hybrid in
office and work from home position. While flexible hours and days are available, there will be occasions where
certain days and times are required. The Communications Intern is expected to work in the office at least three
times per month. This position reports to the Events & Communications Specialist.
 

Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
● Help build upon DPS Foundation’s social media strategy and work to implement new channels and collect
DPS Foundation information and news seamlessly across all media
● Assist with design projects and website content management including set up of staff and board of directors
on website and maintenance of Colorado Gives Day website
● Design and test email broadcasts for send
● Track monthly metrics and analyze successes and failures
● Make social media recommendations for improvement based on findings
● Serve as an ambassador at events including speaking engagements, resource fairs, and sporting events
● Support student, educator, and donor stories and quotes collection to be used throughout the year
● Assist with donor outreach and stewardship events and support volunteer management for Colfax Marathon
and as needed
● Assist in content creation for blog post writing and other writing as needed
● Conduct communications, donor, and grant research
● Organize electronic photo library and use digital assets to build online video and photo databases to be
embedded into DPS Foundation’s website and shared across social channels
● Assist with invoice processing and expense reports
● Perform office support responsibilities on various projects
● Assist with additional specific projects, as needed and as assigned
● Create onboarding materials and train incoming interns 

Marketing & Communications Specialist

Marketing & Communications Specialist

Organization: The Arc- Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties

Organization Type: 501(c) (3)

Department/Group: Development & Engagement

Location: Based at The Arc’s office; all positions at The Arc are up to 80% remote.

Position Type: Full time, non-exempt position. Some nights and weekends are required. 

Reporting: Reports to Senior Director of Development and Engagement who serves as Leader/Manager/Coach (LMC)

Accountability: Accountable to people served by The Arc and our entire staff team

Job Description

This position will use their knowledge, skills and experience in marketing and communications to make a difference to our community and help elevate and support our momentum and future growth.

Working collaboratively with all staff team members, the Marketing & Communications Specialist will:

• Apply their creativity and expertise to amplify The Arc’s presence, mission and messaging through online, print and video story presentation formats.

• Develop content that informs and helps educate our audiences about relevant issues and drives participation in and support for The Arc’s programs. 

• Ensure The Arc’s communications are relatable and accessible to all audiences and embody the organization’s Core Values and Guiding Principles.

Areas of Responsibility:

• Identify topics and develop content for engaging email communications including: 

o A weekly e-newsletter with informational articles on topics important to our community, articles that share the impact of our work and programs, and promotion/coverage of events. 

o Emails conveying news items relevant to our community and promoting events.

o Utilize Constant Contact and/or other tools to communicate with The Arc’s members and supporters.

o Other email communications as required.

• Develop moving, descriptive stories about people in our community that will be shared as articles, orally as speeches at events and meetings, and through video (in collaboration with the Visual Media Specialist). 

• Support the filming and content creation for video projects and draft scripts for meetings and events as requested.

• Work in close partnership with the Visual Media Specialist to ensure that all projects have language and image synergy and align with strategic goals, branding guidelines and best practices.

• Brainstorm and collaborate with other staff to develop concepts and copy for focused campaigns, including an annual campaign for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (March), various social media, fundraising and engagement campaigns, as well as campaigns with other objectives, as requested.

• Write and revise website copy to ensure information is compelling, accessible, and up to date. Write and revise other copy in collaboration with subject matter experts for events, brochures, the annual report, presentations, campaigns and other projects as requested.

• Proofread and edit all communications. Ensure language is accessible for an audience with varying intellectual abilities. Ensure all content aligns with and advances our organization’s strategic goals.

• Draft compelling press releases and coordinate press coverage for events, as necessary. Help identify new channels for marketing.

Other Duties:

• Actively work to change the greater community’s perceptions of people with IDD and eliminate stereotypes.

• Demonstrate effective communication and share information on relevant issues with other Arc staff.

• Actively participate in The Arc’s Operational and Strategic Planning processes as well as budgeting

• Miscellaneous other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Knowledge & Skills

Qualifications

• Bachelor’s Degree, AA Degree from a Community College, or 1-3 years’ experience in marketing, communications, or related field; marketing or non-profit experience preferred, but not required.

• Flexibility and responsiveness to rapidly changing communications methods and requirements

• Passion for our mission and a commitment to inclusivity and human rights.

• Reliable and flexible transportation is required.

• Commitment to supporting a culture of openness, respect and continuous improvement as defined by our chapter.

• Commitment to the mission, vision values and work of The Arc.

Knowledge

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office/Microsoft 365 and willingness to learn various databases as required.

• Knowledge of a wide range of communications tactics including email marketing and engagement, content creation, media relations etc.

• Familiarity with Constant Contact, plain language writing and writing for websites and/or social media preferred, but not required. 

Skills

• Storytelling abilities with a flair for creativity and originality.

• Exceptional writing skills with a keen eye for detail and grammar.

• Ability to gather and synthesize information in collaboration with the entire staff team.

• Ability to solve problems and find answers, working collaboratively with the staff team.

• Multi-tasking is critical; must be able to tend to multiple responsibilities and tasks and stay organized. Ability to develop project timelines.

• Strong people skills and comfort with interacting with people of all abilities

• Ability to consistently apply organizational messaging in communications.

• Ability to listen with empathy and compassion.

• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

• Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff, board members, volunteers, donors, program participants and other supporters.

Background

Founded in 1961, The Arc- Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties is one of more than 650 chapters of The Arc across the United States. We are a part of the largest national organization of and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their families, promoting and protecting their human rights and actively supporting their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. We foster respect and access, giving people with IDD the power to achieve their dreams. 

For more information about The Arc- Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties, please visit www.arcjc.org 

The Arc is an equal opportunity employer that values workplace diversity. The Arc strives to create an inclusive workplace that embraces diverse backgrounds, life experiences and perspectives. The Arc prohibits discrimination of employees or applicants on the basis of race, creed, color, age, sex, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious or political affiliation, or any other classification considered discriminatory under applicable law.

Leader of Marketing and Communications

Position Profile – Leader of Marketing & Communications

Background

The Denver Public Library Friends Foundation is the supporting 501(c)3 organization for Denver Public Library.

Founded in 1889, Denver Public Library has been serving the community for 135 years. The library’s vision is a strong community where everyone thrives and the mission is to create welcoming spaces where all are free to explore and connect. With 27 locations throughout
Denver, the library provides essential programs, services, and resources to meet the community’s most pressing needs. Please visit denverlibrary.org to learn more about the library.

The Denver Public Library Friends Foundation (DPLFF or Foundation) traces its roots to 1940. The Foundation transforms generous donations into resources that change lives. The Friends Foundation provides critical support and advocacy for free literacy programs, lifelong learning, workforce development, and equitable access to resources for millions of adults, children, and youth. Please visit dplfriends.org to learn more about the Foundation.

The Denver Public Library Friends Foundation (DPLFF) provides equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color,
religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, age, marital or parental status, or military/veteran status.

DPLFF supports social and racial justice, and the Foundation supports the Denver Public Library’s work on social and racial justice.

Title and Role

Based on experience, this role will be titled either Manager or Director of Marketing and Communications. It could also be a part-time or full-time position. If part-time, the minimum expectation is 30 hours per week. This role reports to the Executive Director.

Job Description Summary

The role’s primary responsibility is to build awareness of the library and Foundation through marketing and communications efforts so that fundraising, outreach, and advocacy work is successfully carried out.

The role will work closely with all Foundation team members and the library’s marketing and communications staff. The Foundation’s key business areas are membership, development, advocacy, book sales, and events. Background in these business areas is desired.

Primary Responsibilities include:

● Developing and executing an annual marketing and communications plan that raises brand awareness and supports the organization’s fundraising, outreach, and advocacy efforts.

● Working collaboratively with library Communication and Community Engagement staff so that the goals of both the library and the Foundation are achieved, and marketing and communications efforts are aligned and complementary.

● Supporting each business area of the Foundation, in partnership with respective business unit leaders, with awareness-building activities for development, membership, books, events, and advocacy.

● Working as an individual contributor, team member, and team leader (depending on the project or situation) to help the Foundation achieve short-, medium-, and long-term goals.

The following experience, skills, personal characteristics, and qualifications are desired:

● Direct experience related to the summary above.

● Ideal background is successfully serving as an outsourced or in-house Marketing and/or Communications professional for a successful nonprofit or business
organization.

● The ability and desire to develop and execute strategies to accomplish goals. This role is both that of a thought leader and a producer.

● Project and Process management skills and experience to deliver desired outcomes on time and on budget.

● Excellent relationship-building skills with the ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.

● Ability and desire to work as an individual contributor, a team member, and/or a team leader, depending on the project and situation.

● An operating style that enhances both the achievement of desired results and the team experience.

● A track record of achieving tangible financial results through marketing and communications efforts.

● An interest and/or affiliation with the library field and the missions of the library and Foundation.

Social Media Communication Specialist

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Serves as primary strategist, content creator, and editor of Monastery’s social media communications. Provides professional support by implementing and maintaining a dynamic online presence for the Monastery as an effective extension of its Strategic Vision Framework (e.g. charism, mission, values, and vision). Serves as a coordinating resource for in-person and online events and vendor resources (e.g. graphic design, website design, printer). Serves as backup resource to Director of Mission Advancement (DMA).

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Promote the Strategic Vision Framework (SVF) as a member of the Mission Advancement team, in close collaboration with other departments, through creative and strategic use of social media and website. The Strategic Vision Framework consists of the following: 

a. Charism (Spiritual gift): Journeying together, we are called to seek God in the daily celebration of life. Recognizing our giftedness, we listen and respond through creative prayer and life-giving service.

b. Mission: We exist to be a contemporary Benedictine monastic presence.

c. Values: We provide sacred space of hospitality to create hope and healing. We revere all creation. We are radical signs of God’s love and compassion. We use our resources in service with all God’s people.

d. Vision: We will become a Benedictine monastery for the world.

2. Integrate the SVF in daily practice, process, and projects.

3. Create strategies and concepts for existing and expanded social media channels:

a. Collaborate with other departments to direct content creation. 

b. Post and manage content on social media platforms and website, maintaining a fresh and engaging online presence.

c. Assist with videography, photography, live video. 

d. Monitor and respond to users. Follow and engage with others.

e. Analyze and report on qualitative and quantitative data, translating results into recommendations for revising content or approach.

f. Monitor social media trends and adjust strategies as needed.

4. Manage creation and distribution of e-newsletters using Constant Contact. Maintain digital mailing lists, including dynamic nightly updates from Donor Perfect.

5. Serves as a professional and coordinating resource for in-person and online events.

6. In collaboration with DMA:

a. Create and maintain an annual communication plan to integrate communication across print, social media, website, and email channels.

b. Assist with content coordination, editing and proofreading of print materials.

c. Provides general support for advancement projects as assigned, including seasonal and vacation backup for DMA.

7. Comply with all safety policies and procedures by following written procedures.

8. Perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

Education and Experience:

• Bachelor’s degree in communication, journalism, or related field.

• One – three years of experience in this or related field.

Knowledge of and experience with:

• Microsoft Office 365.

• WordPress (Elementor).

• Digital and Email Marketing Platforms or the ability to learn and implement quickly. The Monastery’s platform is Constant Contact.

• Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software or the ability to learn and implement quickly. The Monastery’s CRM is Donor Perfect.

• MS ClipChamp, Canva, or similar software platforms.

• Social media platforms, their respective participants, and how each platform can be deployed in different scenarios.

Skilled with:

• Writing, copyediting, and proofreading.

• Communications and public relations principles.

• Marketing in digital and print media.

• Managing projects and taking direction from others

Ability to:

• Learn and communicate the charism, mission, values, and vision (SVF) of the Sisters of Benet Hill Monastery.

• Listen deeply and be curious.

• Ask critical questions and analyze context of current events through the lens of the SVF, contemporary understanding of scripture and the Rule of Benedict, Catholic Social Teaching, and the leadership team’s understanding of what the Monastery is called to do, given the signs of the times.

• Adapt to changes in technology and stay current in the field of social communications.

• Work collaboratively and independently.

• Empathize and seek to understand others.

Physically able to:

• Lift, push, pull, bend, stoop, and move equipment and supplies as necessary.

• See, hear, and speak, or use prosthetics that will enable these senses to function adequately for the job requirements.

• Walk from location to location on the grounds.

• Sit for long periods of time.

Working conditions to manage include:

• A generally busy office area with times of numerous interruptions.

• A need to be flexible to change, and able to adapt to varied working hours and various job responsibilities.

• 80 hours per pay period.

• A need for reliable transportation due to physical location of monastery.

Communications and marketing Manager

Organizational Overview:
Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition was founded in 1980 by Richard Garcia and a group of parents who believed that our education system should support all children and engage all families. Over the alt 44 years, CSPC has been leading the way in family engagement in schools and ensuring that Black and Brown children are given the equal opportunity to succeed in school.
 

  

Position Overview: 

We are seeking a bilingual (English/Spanish) Communications Manager to join our dynamic marketing and communications department. As CSPC’s impact continues to grow, our communications and marketing needs are as well. This position will report to and work in collaboration with the Communications and marketing director.  

Key Responsibilities: 

1. Strategic Marketing Development: Collaborate with the Director to craft and implement comprehensive marketing strategies that reflect our mission and amplify our reach. 

2. Social Media and Digital Presence: Help manage our social media accounts; create relevant and compelling content, engage with our community, and leverage analytics to boost our digital footprint. Stay up to date on industry trends and best practices in social media, digital marketing, and design to ensure our strategies are innovative and effective. 

3. Brand Management: Ensure consistency in brand messaging across all communication channels, assist in developing brand guidelines to enhance brand recognition and loyalty.  

4. Website Management: Assist in updating and maintaining the company’s website, optimize content for SEO, and ensure a positive user experience.  

5. Creative Content Production: Generate creative and engaging content for marketing campaigns, website, social media, and other communication channels. 

6. Design and Visual Communications: Provide design assistance for marketing materials such as brochures, banners, infographics, and other visual assets. 

7. Analytics and Reporting: Regularly evaluate and report on the effectiveness of communication strategies and campaigns, using data to inform future decisions. 

8. Media Relations: Build and maintain relationships with media outlets to enhance earned media opportunities; assist in preparing press releases and coordinate press conferences as needed, perform regular Media scans. 

9. Event Management: Assist with event planners and support in the execution of events, ensuring consistent messaging and brand alignment. 

  

Qualifications: 

Passionate about advancing CSPC’s mission. 

Excellent bilingual communication skills in English and Spanish. 

Strong foundation in Public Relations and policy-making processes preferred. 

Demonstrable experience in managing social media platforms and digital marketing. 

Proficient in design and multimedia software including Canva and the Adobe Creative Suite applications. 

Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, Design, or a related field or equivalent experience in the field. 

Proven track record in digital marketing and social media management, ideally with 2+ years of experience. 

Solid understanding of marketing analytics, SEO, and contemporary design principles. 

Superb writing, storytelling, and copy-editing skills; and an ability to translate complex ideas into understandable messages that inform and engage audiences.  

Superb organizational skills with an ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced environment while managing several projects on tight deadlines, simultaneously and adjusting to frequently shifting priorities;  

Detail-oriented with strong follow-through, demonstrated ability to solve problems, ability to meet tight deadlines, and manage resources effectively.  

Effective and proven team process and project management experience.  

Proactive mindset with exceptional ability to manage multiple priorities in a fast pace and dynamic environment. 

Self-starter, with initiative and ability to work with little supervision 

Self-reflective, eager to continue learning, and proactively seeks feedback 

Commitment to community responsiveness and leadership 

A deep understanding of white supremacy and racism and how they impact BIPOC communities. 

Lived Experience or professional experience working in and with non-English speaking communities. 

Thoughtful, self-motivated, and resourceful problem-solver, eager and willing to learn in a fast-paced environment. 

Strong work ethic with a can-do attitude. 

Willing to travel to all regions of the state and national conferences as needed. 

Committed to dismantling white supremacy and embracing an anti-racist approach in all things CSPC.  

  

Ideal Characteristics 

We value candidates whose skills and lived experience have prepared them to understand and uphold our core values of belonging, dignity, justice, and bravery. 

The ideal candidate is also: 

· Curious and eager to learn. 

· Excited to collaborate with various CSPC team members, across departments and across experience levels. 

· Proactive, able to spot problems early, and willing to tackle a wide variety of projects. 

· Flexible and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment. 

· Friendly, welcoming, patient, and service-oriented. 

· Passion for or expertise in an area related to our work (e.g., early childhood, economic justice, food security, housing justice, and all intersections of education justice etc.) 

CSPC does not discriminate in employment or in offering services and programs on the basis of an individual’s socioeconomic class, rqace, color, religion, creed, ancestry, national origin, age, height, weight, hairstyle, sex, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, sensory, mental, or physical disability, the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability, medical condition (cancer-or-genetic-related), AIDS or AIDS-realted condition, family and medical care leave, pregnancy, disability leave, veteran status, the intersection of any of these, or oin any other basis prohibited by law. 

Values 

CSPC believes strongly in building a workplace that provides everyone the opportunity to reach their full potential and thrive as both workers and people. 

To help achieve that goal, the CSPC seeks to build a culture where: 

· our team members have a sense of belonging by feeling physically, emotionally and psychologically safe and respected;  

· the inherent dignity of each person is upheld and celebrated; and 

· our policies are rooted in justice by being restorative in nature and practice, and centered in community; and 

· where everyone can practice bravery in the face of fear, experiment, take risks, and learn from mistakes.  

Belonging, dignity, justice, and bravery also means centering the voices and experiences of marginalized people and we encourage all qualified candidates
to apply, including: women; Black, Indigenous, and people of color; immigrants and refugees; folks who are trans or nonbinary; people who are queer, lesbian,
gay, or bisexual; Autistic and neurodivergent people; folks with visible or invisible disabilities; anyone from another historically marginalized group or anyone at the intersection of these groups. 

Location 

This position is based in Colorado. All employees must live within Colorado. All employees work remotely, and their home residence is considered their official place of employment.