Sunday, July 24, 2016

We've got such a small list of next-week-deadline jobs today...

... that we added some new ones to the mix at the end.  But first, the regular run of previously noted opportunities closing in the coming week:

Dept. of LaborDirector, Office of Regulatory & Programmatic Policy – $123k-$185k – July 25

Administrative Office of the U.S. CourtsPublic Affairs Specialist/Web Operations Coordinator – $64k-$122k – July 26

Nature Conservancy
American Academy of ActuariesCommunications Admin AssistantJuly 28

ACLU of IdahoDevelopment Associate – part-time – Boise, ID – July 29

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesPublic Affairs Specialist – $108k-$141k – July 29

U.S.-China Economic & Security Review CommissionCongressional Liaison & Communications Coordinator – $58k-$95k – July 29

University of MarylandCoordinator, School of AgricultureJuly 29

American Feed Industry AssociationCommunications CoordinatorJuly 31

British EmbassyPublic Affairs Special Projects Coordinator – $49k – New York – July 31

International Arts & Artists Content Writer/Editor – two-month term – July 31 

Institute for Educational LeadershipProgram Coordinator, National Education Policy Fellowship Program – $50k-$55k – July 31

New finds:

Alternative Paths Training SchoolCommunications & Development Specialist – $40k

American Wind Energy AssociationDeputy Director, Community & Online Engagement

Fairfax CountyCommunications Specialist supporting the Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court – $57k-$95k – apply by July 29

Federation of State Medical BoardsCommunications/Public Affairs Manager

Healthcare Distribution AllianceCoordinator, Marketing & Communications (scroll to find)

Inova Health System (search using job ID)
Mystery nonprofit providing college admissions & financial aid advising to students in Montgomery CountyDevelopment Manager – $45k – search managed by TalentRemedy

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research InstituteWeb Editorial & Production Assistant

Resource GenerationCommunications Director – low $60k – location flexible; preference by New York-based candidates – apply by Aug. 12

VisaSenior Director, Public Affairs

Washington WizardsSeasonal Communications Assistant

1 comment:

Gordon said...

National Foundation for Cancer Research - Director of Marketing

The National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) is seeking a Director of Marketing to lead a fast-growing marketing program. We seek a professional with 7+ years of success in nonprofit marketing and management. The Director of Marketing is responsible for developing, managing and leading the development of the marketing activities and programs for the organization, and will report to VP of Development.

Work Performed:
This position is responsible for working with the in-house Marketing and Development teams as well as several outside vendors to develop and execute a variety of marketing and promotional activities. The Director of Marketing serves as a staff leader for special projects, meetings, and events, including grassroots fundraising events, and acts as liaison to corporate sponsors involved in these activities.

Working with the VP of Development, the Director of Marketing will develop and implement strategic marketing initiatives in assigned areas including, but not limited to, digital marketing campaigns and activities, promotional and fundraising events, strategic partnerships, and an array of marketing initiatives that promote awareness and support for the organization. In addition, the Director of Marketing will work with the VP of Development and other senior managers to conceptualize, negotiate, develop, and implement cause-related marketing initiatives to support NFCR’s mission.

The ideal candidate will have the ability to propose and implement solutions and initiatives which will achieve identified objectives, work with a limited budget, and motivate staff members while communicating with and engaging the executive team.

Bachelor’s degree or higher. Preferred emphasis in Marketing or Communications.

7+ years of success in digital marketing, including hands-on success in managing website, email campaigns, social media platforms, and search engine optimization. Must be very strong on content creation for marketing, messaging, and digital promotion.

The Director of Marketing should demonstrate the following:
• Strong verbal and written communication skills, a congenial personality with proactive, self-motivated work style, positive attitude and willingness to cooperate in achieving team goals and objectives;
• Proven track record of marketing communications (metric examples);
• Proven record of functional leadership of marketing teams, including the ability to develop marketing staff and create an office environment conducive to learning and team work (provide examples of initiatives implemented in previous leadership roles);
• Proven record of thought leadership (white paper or blog examples);
• Ability to organize and execute multiple projects according to marketing plan/schedule and deadlines (provide examples of executed marketing plans);
• Creative thinking in leveraging positive publicity of the organization to help drive fundraising results;
• Proven track record of organizing special promotional and fundraising events; and
• High level of competency using Microsoft Office Suite. Design skills (Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop). Experience with Salesforce or other relational database systems a plus.

The National Foundation for Cancer Research is a 501c(3) nonprofit dedicated to providing scientists in the lab the funding they need to make game-changing discoveries in cancer treatments, detection, prevention and ultimately, a cure. NFCR has distinguished itself from other organizations by emphasizing long-term, transformative research that is overlooked by other major funding sources.

With the help of 4.5 million individual donors over the last 43 years, NFCR has delivered more than $340 million in funding to public education and cancer research leading to a number of important, life-saving discoveries.

Office is located in Bethesda – one block walk to the Metro.

To apply, send a cover letter & resume to