Fort Collins, CO
Friday, May 14, 2021
- Promote trust, demonstrate integrity, provide leadership, and support Foundation priorities as they arise.
- Approach deliverables in a proactive, versatile, and efficient manner. Be aware that projects and communication will often be of a sensitive nature and require the highest level of confidentiality.
- Use technology tools that play a key role in juggling multiple projects with varying deadlines.
- Provide back-up support to the Office Coordinator and our intern team to greet visitors,answer calls, and ensure adequate staff coverage during regular office hours.
- Assist with donor-related events/programs as requested, including the annual Celebration of Philanthropy.
- All other duties as assigned by the executive team.
- Develop and execute annual communications plan.
- Serve as the Designated Responsible Individual (DRI) for Foundation publications, including annual report.
- Strategically manage the Community Foundation’s brand through collateral, website, and other visual presentations.
- Manage the Foundation’s communications calendar, paying special attention to deadlines, audience, saturation, and engagement.
- Work directly with content and media coordinator, event coordinator, and contractors.
- Collaborate across departments (donor services, finance, community engagement, and operations) to develop content.
- Manage promotional materials, both print and web-based, and use of social media in communications.
- Oversee Foundation graphic design, including outsourcing as needed.
- Manage and update Foundation’s digital properties including website and social media presence such as Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
- Oversee advertising production and placement.
- Maintain Foundation presentation materials including PowerPoint decks.
- Stay current with industry trends and resources that can enhance the Foundation communications.
- Manage the communications review processes and work with the Chief Engagement Officer for final approval of external projects.
- Serve in a leadership role for Foundation events by developing collateral for event communications, and providing best practice suggestions as appropriate.
- A minimum of five years of demonstrated professional experience in communications, preferably in the nonprofit sector.
- Proven project management skills.
- Ability to communicate effectively with peers, management, donors, partners, vendors, volunteers, and stakeholders.
- Thrives in a dynamic work environment and can juggle multiple projects and meet deadlines.
- Experience leading projects with graphic designers, web developers, and content teams, both print and web-based.
- Basic graphic design and video production skills with an eye for design and brand expression.
- Outstanding written communications.
- Strong knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn social media platforms.
- Proficiency in email communications systems.
- Excellent initiative and creativity to maintain and build the Foundation brand.
- Ability to supervise, train, and support other staff members.
- Excellent computer skills. Proficiency with operating systems including Microsoft Office Suite, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Canva, WordPress, Adobe Creative Suite, and Raiser’s Edge.
- Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, public relations, or marketing preferred.
- Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
- $55,000 - $75,000
- Benefits include health insurance, dental and vision insurance, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, 401k matching plan, and a generous PTO policy.