Manager, Communications

at Canadian Council of Christian Charities (view profile)
Location Elmira, Ontario, Canada
Date Posted March 29, 2017
Category Other
Job Type Full-time

Description

Job Opportunity: Manager, Communications

 In this contract position you’ll be part of a fast-paced and collaborative team that helps Christian charities be exemplary, healthy, and effective.

ARE YOU THE ONE THAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR?
Are you a communications professional that feels called to use your skills and charity experience to benefit thousands of Christian charities across Canada? Do you love the challenge of developing and implementing marketing and communication strategies? If so, our growing ministry has an opportunity that you will be interested in!

WOULD YOU ENJOY DOING THIS WORK?

Creating and Executing CCCC’s Communications Plan: Planning an annual schedule for communicating key messages; writing promotional content and content marketing messages; collecting, managing and publishing digital content through CCCC’s social media channels.

Managing the Production of CCCC’s Bulletin: Planning article topics in collaboration with CCCC staff; ensuring all deadlines are met for content development, advertising and design; editing all bulletin content, including articles and CCCC advertising copy.

Planning, Promoting and Producing CCCC Webinars: Planning webinar topics and delivery schedule in collaboration with CCCC staff; promoting and hosting webinars.

Promoting CCCC Membership, Products, Services, and Events: Producing marketing materials for prospective members; creating product descriptions and promotional campaigns for new products and events; arranging CCCC external advertising and sponsorships.

Editing and Proofreading Articles and Publications: Ensuring correctness, accuracy, consistency, and completeness in all of CCCC’s print and digital publications. Making recommendations to contributors on use of plain language, grammar, and style.

Participating on Project Teams: Providing input from a marketing and communications perspective on various projects (e.g., annual conference, Certification program, webinars, CCCC products and services).

THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT WILL BE…

An excellent communicator.
You have excellent written and verbal communication skills and have a portfolio of your written work which may include examples of blog posts, articles or other written pieces. You have a knack for converting technical content into plain language documentation!

Tactful and able to move things forward.
Can quickly and sensitively edit other people’s writing for a variety of formats. Is a reliable project manager, coordinating the work of others such as the external graphic designer and internal contributors to CCCC’s Bulletin, webinars etc.

Adept at learning on the fly.
You quickly grasp the essence and the underlying structure of things and are good at learning new industry, company, product, or technical knowledge.

Collaborative and innovative.
You love working within a collaborative and innovative team and have a proven track record of building strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

QUALIFICATIONS
Undergraduate degree in marketing, English or a related field. Minimum 3 years’ charity management experience. Excellent research, project management and social media skills.

LOCATION
This position is based out of CCCC’s office in Elmira, Ontario.

INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO THIS ROLE?
If you are interested in applying to this opportunity, please send your cover letter and resume to chris.hall@cccc.org. We will be accepting applications until end of day on April 11, 2017. This is a contract position with an end date of March 31, 2018. To view a copy of the job description, please click here.

As a Christian ministry, CCCC is committed to improving accessibility and removing barriers for applicants with disabilities to participate in our recruitment process. Accommodation is available, upon request, for the interview process and any other candidate selection methods that may be used.

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