Senior Associate Editor

Yardi is a global software company providing innovative property management solutions and services in every real estate market. We are focused on providing our customers with superior products and outstanding customer service. We are passionate about technology and believe work should be fulfilling and fun! We are committed to our customers, employees, and the communities where we live.

We are looking for a highly detailed, enthusiastic team player with impeccable reporting, writing and editing skills to write news, features and trend stories, and cover industry events.

What you will do

Develop, research, report and write news, trend and feature stories
Write content about beat areas, including news, Q&As, listicles and trend stories
Manage assigned projects, which may include daily or monthly newsletters, podcasts, social media content, special programs, website sections, etc.
Edit news and other content as needed
Generate and develop ideas, leads, and sources
Attend and cover industry events (written content, tweets, video interviews, etc.)
May produce and edit video content, podcasts, and webinars
Manage special or regular projects as assigned/needed

What you need to have

Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English, Communications, or related field
Minimum of 2 -3 years of professional experience reporting, writing, or editing trade or consumer websites, newspapers, or magazines
Advanced proficiency in MS Office Suite
Awesome written and verbal communication skills
Strong research skills and organizational skills
High internal motivation and the desire to go the extra mile
Excellent attention to detail in writing, editing, and project management
Strong project and time management skills and the ability to work effectively in a deadline-driven environment
Great people skills and the ability to be personable and professional
Flexibility, and the ability to manage changing priorities

What would be helpful to have

Experience using WordPress, Photoshop, InDesign or similar programs a plus
Experience with video editing programs a plus
Knowledge of business, finance, or real estate

What you get as a Yardi Employee

A great place to work with fantastic people
Ability to learn new technology and develop professionally
Competitive compensation
Comprehensive benefits – Medical/dental, paid time off, sick time, paid holidays, 401(k), profit sharing, life insurance, and more!

At Yardi, we’ve created a team of over 8,000 employees in over 40 locations around the globe dedicated to making great real estate software products and fostering a collaborative work environment. Yardi is a place where people with a wide variety of cultural and life experiences come together to make a difference. Our corporate culture stresses integrity, respect, trust, responsibility, and fun! Come join our growing team!

All submissions for open positions should be received through Yardi’s applicant portal, accessed from Yardi’s corporate website.

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Communications Specialist

The Independent Budget Office is seeking a Communications Specialist to help develop and deliver new formats for disseminating IBO’s research and broadening the audience for the agency’s work.

Candidates should be able to work with IBO’s analytical staff and their largely data-driven research to create new and engaging platforms to help promote our work. These may include, but are not limited to new multi-media opportunities, interactive data dashboards, maps, and other digital story-telling products. We are looking are for a candidate with a creative vision, a demonstrated interest in New York City’s budget and policies, and willingness to adopt and share new ideas.

Candidates should have experience in content production, a strong portfolio of data visualization projects, and/or web design. Excellent communication skills required. Ability to work collaboratively across IBO’s staff, juggle multiple projects, and meet deadlines is critical. Candidates should be familiar with Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, HTML, and online mapping programs such as ArcGIS. Photo and video-editing software is an asset.

A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in computer science, journalism, communications, or a related field, or equivalent experience.

New York City residency must be established within 90 days of appointment and is required for the first two years of city service, after which employees may reside in Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk, or Westchester Counties. Foreign nationals must have a valid permanent resident card (“green card”) or renewable work permit.

New hires must be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus by the date of hire unless a reasonable accommodation for exemption is received and approved by the hiring agency.

The City of New York is an inclusive equal opportunity employer committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and providing a work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based upon any legally protected status or protected characteristic, including but not limited to an individual's sex, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, gender identity, or pregnancy.

As a current or prospective employee of the City of New York, you may be eligible for federal loan forgiveness programs and state repayment assistance programs. Please review the notice to see if you may be eligible for programs and how to apply at nyc.gov/studentloans.

IBO allows for hybrid work schedules.

Marketing Associate

Spectrum is looking for a Marketing Associate to deepen our engagement with our audience. Spectrum is the go-to destination for the latest news and analysis about autism research. The Marketing Associate's primary role will be to engage autism researchers and clinicians with Spectrum's award-winning content.
Reporting to the Director of Engagement and Marketing, you will work on a broad range of critical activities across all marketing channels, execute Spectrum's marketing strategy and actively collaborate with the rest of the team to ensure that Spectrum is reaching its specialized audience.
If you are looking to gain foundational knowledge of digital marketing, this is a great opportunity for you. You will work on a wide variety of marketing campaigns that reach new audiences and build brand awareness. You will grow email lists, write compelling copy for onboarding user journeys, and optimize social ads that resonate with our target audience.
This position will take place at the Simons Foundation's New York City office.
Essential Functions/ Responsibilities
• Implement and support Spectrum's engagement and marketing strategy
• Collaborate closely with Spectrum's editorial team
• Create and deliver engagement reports based on qualitative and quantitative metrics, using Google Analytics, Mailchimp, Facebook Ads Manager and others
• Partner with the Production Associate to execute email marketing campaigns by ensuring accurate tracking links and working through all rounds of proofing and final deployment
• Oversee the execution of A/B testing
• Analyze site and email heatmaps to understand the user experience
• Liaise with Simons Foundation colleagues in similar roles
• Perform any other duties or tasks as assigned or required
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education
• Bachelor's degree required
• Science background preferred
Experience
• At least one year of experience in marketing
• Outstanding project management skills, extreme attention to detail
• Experience with Google Analytics, Google Ads Manager, and Facebook Ads Manager is a plus
• Experience in health care or journalistic outlets preferred
Related Skills & Other Requirements
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Adaptable to quickly changing priorities
• Strong creative problem-solving skills
• Sound judgment and exceptional ethical standards
• Comfortable working independently and in a collaborative team environment
REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS
• Please submit a resume and cover letter stating your interest in the position.
THE SIMONS FOUNDATION'S DIVERSITY COMMITMENT
Many of the greatest ideas and discoveries come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences, and we are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment. The Simons Foundation actively seeks a diverse applicant pool and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply. We provide equal opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic disposition, neurodiversity, disability, veteran status, or any other protected category under federal, state and local law.

 

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ARTT Research Coordinator - Response

Hacks/Hackers is looking for a Project Research Coordinator to help us wrangle research communications and resources for a software prototype aimed at helping users engage in conversations on complicated topics, such as around vaccine efficacy. The Analysis and Response Toolkit for Trust (ARTT) is a 2021 cohort member of the National Science Foundation Convergence Accelerator program.

This is a temporary full-time, remote role for 12 months, which is contingent upon awarded funding and successful completion of a 90-day probationary period. The position may be extended. Applications will be reviewed starting August 15, 2022 on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The start date is anticipated to be mid-to-late September, 2022.

Roles and Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Project Manager (PM)/ Principal Investigator (PI), who works in concert with the other co-PIs, the Research Coordinator would be responsible for several types of work within the area of “Response.” Priorities are adjusted throughout in discussion with the PM/PI:

Area Research Coordination. Responsibilities for coordinating the collaboration among project participants to achieve goals related to response framework internally and with partners. In this area, Coordinator has responsibility to work with and support other Coordinators and project members in order to achieve the overall project.
Research and process development related to the response-related “tips” database and other guidance. Our project is building a prototype database that translates research from our response catalog; the Coordinator will have responsibility for overseeing this work and adding to it, as needed, in collaboration with our partners.
Catalog Literature Review. Responsibilities include literature reviews of academic and practitioner research as needed related to response themes. The Area Coordinator will continue to steward the growth and/or contribute to the literature collection throughout the life of the project.
Project documentation. Area Coordinator will support the creation and maintenance of internal project work documentation and outward facing materials (eg. website, training) by contributing to the writing and editing of their own project areas as well as others when needed.
Communications and presentations. Area Coordinator may support the project by contributing documentation and resources related to external communication of the project, in addition to serving as a liaison or representative of the project when directed. Travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed with approval in advance.
And other related tasks as directed.

Qualifications and Requirements
Successful applicants must have authorization to work in the United States and be based in a continental US time zone. Applicants who are successful will also have at least a Bachelor’s Degree and three years of professional work experience. Excellent academic credentials, research, and/or writing background are also required in combination with strong organizational and interpersonal skills, diligence and creativity. Experience in a field related to multidisciplinary research is a strong need in this position. Previous study, work experience, or skills in the areas related to our project response modes — psychology, conflict resolution or transformation, media literacy — in addition to a background or experience in translating academic concepts for general audiences is strongly preferred.

Position requires familiarity or ability to quickly gain familiarity with issues related to health communications related to vaccines within online environments.

ARTT Research Coordinator - Analysis and Connection

Hacks/Hackers is looking for a Project Research Coordinator to help us wrangle research communications and resources for a software prototype aimed at helping users engage in conversations on complicated topics, such as around vaccine efficacy. The Analysis and Response Toolkit for Trust (ARTT) is a 2021 cohort member of the National Science Foundation Convergence Accelerator program.

This is a temporary full-time, remote role for 12 months, which is contingent upon awarded funding and successful completion of a 90-day probationary period. The position may be extended. Applications will be reviewed starting August 15, 2022 on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The start date is anticipated to be mid- to late-September, 2022.

Roles and Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Project Manager (PM)/ Principal Investigator (PI), who works in concert with the other co-PIs, the Research Coordinator would be responsible for several types of work within the area of “Analysis” and “Connection.” Priorities are adjusted throughout in discussion with the PM/PI:
Area Research Coordination. Responsibilities for coordinating the collaboration among project participants to achieve goals related to tools for analysis for software integration (for more information, see: https://artt.cs.washington.edu/artt-tool-search/). The Coordinator will also be responsible for supporting research in user experience designs and other aspects related to online communities led by our partners, chiefly at the University of Washington. In both areas, Coordinator has responsibility to work with and support other Coordinators and project members in order to achieve the overall project.
Research and process development related to the Community Trusted Resources database. Identifying both trustworthy and trusted sources on information such as vaccines can be a complicated endeavor. Our project has built a prototype database that contains high-quality question and answer resources developed by many community leaders that are in alignment with authoritative guidance on vaccines; the Coordinator will have responsibility for overtaking this work and adding to it in collaboration with our partners.
Literature Review. Responsibilities include literature reviews of academic and practitioner research related to themes touching on the project’s four frameworks of analysis, online communities, and vaccine hesitancy. Coordinator will work alongside with assigned technical personnel — under the oversight of the PM/PI and in collaboration with the team/group as a whole — the Area Coordinator will continue to steward the growth and/or contribute to the literature collection throughout the life of the project.
Project documentation. Area Coordinator will support the creation and maintenance of internal project work documentation and outward facing materials (eg. website, training) by contributing to the writing and editing of their own project areas as well as others when needed.
Communications and presentations. Area Coordinator may support the project by contributing documentation and resources related to external communication of the project, in addition to serving as a liaison or representative of the project when directed. Travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed with approval in advance.
And other related tasks as directed.

Qualifications and Requirements
Successful applicants must have authorization to work in the United States and be based in a continental US time zone. Applicants who are successful will also have at least a Bachelor’s Degree and three years of professional work experience. Excellent academic credentials, research, and/or writing background are also required in combination with strong organizational and interpersonal skills, diligence and creativity. Experience in a field related to data analysis and/or architecture in addition to multidisciplinary research is a strong need in this position. Previous study, work experience, or skills in our analytical areas — journalism, fact checking, content moderation, psychology or medical science (i.e. vaccines), and/or philosophical, sociological understandings regarding public discourse — is strongly preferred.

Position requires familiarity or ability to quickly gain familiarity with issues related to health communications related to vaccines within online environments.

NewsQ Project Coordinator - Reliable Sources

Hacks/Hackers is looking for a Research Coordinator to help us wrangle project resources and communications for a project that supports the use of reliable sources on Wikipedia, particularly those associated with vaccine topics.

This is a temporary part-time, remote role for 6-9 months. The position may be extended and/or expanded should the project gain additional funding. Applications will be reviewed starting August 10, 2022 on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The desired start date is in early September, 2022.

Roles and Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Project Director, the Project Coordinator would be responsible for several types of work related to the support of reliable sources in Wikipedia articles. Priorities are adjusted throughout in discussion with the Director:

Project Coordination and Partner Liaising. Responsibilities for coordinating the collaboration among project partners including Wikimedia DC and Knowledge Futures Group to support the achievement of project goals and milestones. In addition, the Coordinator is expected to help coordinate needs and communications with a related project, the Analysis and Response Toolkit for Trust (ARTT), which will use reliable-sources data. Example tasks include recruiting volunteer participants, reviewing micro-grant applications, supporting participant engagement, developing clarity around reliable source rating definitions on Wikipedia, workshop development and support.
Safety resources and liaising. Coordinator will have responsibility for coalescing and developing materials related to project safety for participants and establishing contacts among partners regarding needs and alerts.
Project documentation and report writing. Coordinator will support the creation and maintenance of internal project work documentation and outward facing materials (eg. website, participant training materials, reports).
Communications and presentations. Coordinator may support the project by contributing documentation and resources related to external communication of the project, in addition to serving as a liaison or representative of the project when directed. Travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed with approval in advance.
And other related tasks as directed.

Qualifications and Requirements
Applicants should have at least a Bachelor’s Degree and three years of professional work experience. Strong research and/or writing background are also required in combination with excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, especially in creating encouraging environments for collaboration. Experience in a field related to internet information architecture or collaborative knowledge creation (such as authorship or editing experience in Wikipedia) is important for this position. Previous study, work experience, or skills in journalism is strongly preferred especially concerning the topic of ‘news quality.’

Position requires familiarity or ability to quickly gain familiarity with issues related to health communications related to vaccines within online environments. Position will involve some interaction with subject matter experts in medical fields and software development. Successful applicants must be able to work with project participants who are based in continental US time zones.

Marketing Associate

Spectrum is looking for a Marketing Associate to deepen our engagement with our audience. Spectrum is the go-to destination for the latest news and analysis about autism research. The Marketing Associate's primary role will be to engage autism researchers and clinicians with Spectrum's award-winning content.
Reporting to the Director of Engagement and Marketing, you will work on a broad range of critical activities across all marketing channels, execute Spectrum's marketing strategy and actively collaborate with the rest of the team to ensure that Spectrum is reaching its specialized audience.
If you are looking to gain foundational knowledge of digital marketing, this is a great opportunity for you. You will work on a wide variety of marketing campaigns that reach new audiences and build brand awareness. You will grow email lists, write compelling copy for onboarding user journeys, and optimize social ads that resonate with our target audience.
This position will take place at the Simons Foundation's New York City office.
Essential Functions/ Responsibilities
• Implement and support Spectrum's engagement and marketing strategy
• Collaborate closely with Spectrum's editorial team
• Create and deliver engagement reports based on qualitative and quantitative metrics, using Google Analytics, Mailchimp, Facebook Ads Manager and others
• Partner with the Production Associate to execute email marketing campaigns by ensuring accurate tracking links and working through all rounds of proofing and final deployment
• Oversee the execution of A/B testing
• Analyze site and email heatmaps to understand the user experience
• Liaise with Simons Foundation colleagues in similar roles
• Perform any other duties or tasks as assigned or required
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education
• Bachelor's degree required
• Science background preferred
Experience
• At least one year of experience in marketing
• Outstanding project management skills, extreme attention to detail
• Experience with Google Analytics, Google Ads Manager, and Facebook Ads Manager is a plus
• Experience in health care or journalistic outlets preferred
Related Skills & Other Requirements
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Adaptable to quickly changing priorities
• Strong creative problem-solving skills
• Sound judgment and exceptional ethical standards
• Comfortable working independently and in a collaborative team environment
REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS
• Please submit a resume and cover letter stating your interest in the position.
THE SIMONS FOUNDATION'S DIVERSITY COMMITMENT
Many of the greatest ideas and discoveries come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences, and we are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment. The Simons Foundation actively seeks a diverse applicant pool and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply. We provide equal opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic disposition, neurodiversity, disability, veteran status, or any other protected category under federal, state and local law.

Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/r7djY7H7JJdgVHZ5OhgMA5

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Chief Communications and External Affairs Officer

Position: Chief Communications and External Affairs Officer

Department: Executive

Reports to: Chief Executive Officer

Hours: Full-time, Hybrid Work Schedule.

Salary: $135,000 - $145,000

FLSA: Exempt

Position Summary:

We are seeking a Chief Communications and External Affairs Officer to join the Executive Team. This is a new position at Union Settlement that will work with our recently appointed CEO to develop and execute a strategic communications strategy that will enhance the reputation of Union Settlement for the benefit of multiple stakeholders: the East Harlem community, team members, individual donors and philanthropy, the local media and government officials.

The successful candidate will establish a communications strategy that is aligned with our mission, vision and values, supportive of our organization’s strategic goals and reflective of our leadership and historical role in East Harlem. You will nurture our external partnerships with external stakeholders including media, elected officials, businesses and nonprofits, and build new relationships to support broader brand awareness and growth opportunities. You will have the opportunity to build a team, establish goals and lead branding and marketing initiatives to represent a cohesive message, a distinctly recognizable image and consistent narrative. The Chief Communications and External Affairs Officer will bring an understanding of best practices in external affairs, communications and management. This is an exciting opportunity for a self-starter who thrives in a fast paced, innovative and mission-driven environment.

Responsibilities:

Strategy, Vision and Executive Leadership

Serve as a member of the organization’s Executive team, with shared responsibility for achieving the organization’s vision and strategic goals.

Work cross-functionally to develop a comprehensive communications strategy for internal and external stakeholders.

Establish a communications strategy and external affairs strategy that are designed to accelerate and elevate the organization’s priorities and recognizes our significant role in the community.

Establish and grow a Communications and External Affairs Team to execute strategies and realize goals.

Develop and maintain one voice for Union Settlement – a cohesive and consistent narrative that is distinct and broadly recognizable.

Design and manage budget to support priorities and realize long term goals.

Develop key performance indicators to manage team and report on impact.

Mentor and develop staff using a supportive and collaborative approach, nurturing professional development and excellence.

Communications Responsibilities

Build, lead and manage a communications team.

Establish best practices for communication, cultivating high performance, supporting professional development and growth.

Develop and manage the execution of an annual communications plan, including writing content, maintaining social media presence, and publishing materials.

Create and manage organization-wide policies and practices to establish a unified voice, consistent and coordinated messaging and a cohesive narrative, including an organization-wide communications calendar that creates alignment across programs, outreach and development and considers stakeholder experience.

Manage the development and writing of talking points, speeches, external communications and letters.

Partner with Chief Development Officer on donor-facing communications and appeals.

Manage media channels, including drafting press releases and identifying and drafting opportunities for media publication, including op-eds and articles.

Lead and manage organization’s website, social media platforms and online presence.

Serve as a spokesperson for Union Settlement. Site visits and in-person activities should be expected.

External Affairs Responsibilities

Build, lead and manage an external affairs team.

Develop and manage an External Affairs strategy that includes expanding Union Settlement’s relationships, brand awareness and outreach within East Harlem.

Manage the maintenance and growth of relationships with elected officials, nonprofit organizations, business and community-based stakeholders, including NYCHA, community boards and community leaders.

Work cross-functionally to promote and support programmatic and organizational goals within the East Harlem community through outreach and relationship building.

Serve as external representative for Union Settlement. Site visits and in-person activities should be expected.

Qualifications:

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with specialization in journalism, communications or related field; equivalent combination of experience and education may be considered with extensive specialized experience.

Minimum of 8 years of progressive experience in media relations, strategic communications or relevant experience; 3 years in a senior management role. Interest in nonprofits, East Harlem and/or social services is a plus.

Demonstrated leadership experience managing a comprehensive communication, media relations program to advance an organization’s mission and goals and include internal and external stakeholders.

Proven ability to communicate, engage and build relationships with community members and media representatives.

Strong writing and editing experience with a variety of print, online, media and communication channels.

Experience building and leading diverse teams and cultivating excellence in external relations and communications.

Demonstrated history of identifying performance metrics, establishing and realizing goals through data management and analysis and reporting on impact with data.

Experience setting direction and strategy, realizing impact, and managing risk.

Experience partnering with executive leadership and Board of Directors is a plus.

Networks within East Harlem and New York City are a plus.

Fluency in Spanish or Mandarin is a plus.

Knowledge of East Harlem community and demonstrated interest in social services and nonprofit are a plus.

UNION SETTLEMENT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Senior Communications Associate

The Senior Communications Associate (SCA) develops and implements communications strategies to maximize the impact of CPJ’s work in defense of press freedom worldwide. This position is an integral part of the Advocacy and Communications Department and collaborates with programmatic teams across the organization to ensure that CPJ’s reporting, expertise and advocacy goals achieve maximum visibility and reach. Extensive media relations experience, excellent news judgment, the ability to work independently and proactively, and a commitment to press freedom are essential to succeed in this role. This position reports to the Deputy Advocacy Director.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Working with the Deputy Advocacy Director and others across the organization, the SCA will lead the development of CPJ’s media and outreach strategy. The SCA will be responsible for developing and executing dynamic communications products and activities consistent with organizational goals.
Manage CPJ’s global media relations including daily handling of CPJ’s press inbox, cultivating relationships with journalists, pitching op-eds and stories, fielding media queries, scheduling, coordinating and supporting media interviews, and managing media partnerships.
Monitor daily news and opinion from the sector and related areas to identify key opportunities for rapid response and detect potential reputational risks; recommend target groups, beats or media communities where CPJ should increase engagement or outreach.
Enhance and maintain a framework for tracking requests, pitches, and media interactions; produce analysis and project-specific reports. Analyze the data and make recommendations for the design and implementation of project, region, or initiative-specific communications strategies.
Draft, proofread, format, and distribute press materials; produce promotional materials and web content, and contribute to social media messaging.
Manage and maintain CPJ’s global media and advocacy contacts database, and coordinate with regional teams on the inclusion and organization of their contacts.
Track organizational media capacity and lead efforts to optimize guidance, talking points; identify and implement relevant training. Work with the regional and tech programs as well as the Emergencies team to identify communications priorities and media targets to shape annual or rapid response communications plans. Plan the media component of report launches, missions, campaigns etc.
Collaborate closely with the Digital team to inform and ensure alignment with communications goals or key messages and consistent implementation of branding guidelines; collaborate on CPJ newsletters and website updates. Support the Digital Team in evaluating and developing email campaigns for ERT, Development and other areas, as needed.
Assist with design and implementation of departmental knowledge management systems.
Coordinate CPJ events, virtual and in-person, and oversee or implement consultant relationships as needed. Assist in vetting speaker requests and identifying opportunities for partnerships.
Ad hoc duties as assigned.
Education/Qualifications & Work Experience:
Required:
A deep interest in and commitment to press freedom
At least 3-5 years experience working directly with journalists, including global media; good news judgment and political awareness
Clear understanding of media relations, campaigning and the role of strategic communications in advancing advocacy
Impeccable writing and editing skills with proven ability to translate complex issues into succinct, accessible language for multiple audiences
Strong project management skills, meticulous attention to detail, and demonstrated ability to set priorities and complete tasks in a timely manner
Comfortable working on tight deadlines with the ability to multitask and prioritize
Independent yet collaborative approach; reliable team player adept at working with remote management and staff.
Ability to work nights and weekends on a rotating basis
Comfort communicating verbally and in writing with members of the press, board members, and VIPs
Preferred:
A bachelor or master’s degree in communications, journalism, international relations, or a related field or equivalent professional experience
Non-profit experience with global scope working on policy-relevant issues
International experience and at least one additional language
Experience with platforms like Luminate, Mailchimp, and/or WordPress
Basic graphic design skills

Marketing Associate

Spectrum is looking for a Marketing Associate to deepen our engagement with our audience. Spectrum is the go-to destination for the latest news and analysis about autism research. The Marketing Associate's primary role will be to engage autism researchers and clinicians with Spectrum's award-winning content.

Reporting to the Director of Engagement and Marketing, you will work on a broad range of critical activities across all marketing channels, execute Spectrum's marketing strategy and actively collaborate with the rest of the team to ensure that Spectrum is reaching its specialized audience.

If you are looking to gain foundational knowledge of digital marketing, this is a great opportunity for you. You will work on a wide variety of marketing campaigns that reach new audiences and build brand awareness. You will grow email lists, write compelling copy for onboarding user journeys, and optimize social ads that resonate with our target audience.

This position will take place at the Simons Foundation's New York City office.

Essential Functions/ Responsibilities
• Implement and support Spectrum's engagement and marketing strategy
• Collaborate closely with Spectrum's editorial team
• Create and deliver engagement reports based on qualitative and quantitative metrics, using Google Analytics, Mailchimp, Facebook Ads Manager and others
• Partner with the Production Associate to execute email marketing campaigns by ensuring accurate tracking links and working through all rounds of proofing and final deployment
• Oversee the execution of A/B testing
• Analyze site and email heatmaps to understand the user experience
• Liaise with Simons Foundation colleagues in similar roles
• Perform any other duties or tasks as assigned or required

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education
• Bachelor's degree required
• Science background preferred
Experience
• At least one year of experience in marketing
• Outstanding project management skills, extreme attention to detail
• Experience with Google Analytics, Google Ads Manager, and Facebook Ads Manager is a plus
• Experience in health care or journalistic outlets preferred
Related Skills & Other Requirements
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Adaptable to quickly changing priorities
• Strong creative problem-solving skills
• Sound judgment and exceptional ethical standards
• Comfortable working independently and in a collaborative team environment

REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS
• Please submit a resume and cover letter stating your interest in the position.

THE SIMONS FOUNDATION'S DIVERSITY COMMITMENT
Many of the greatest ideas and discoveries come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences, and we are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment. The Simons Foundation actively seeks a diverse applicant pool and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply. We provide equal opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic disposition, neurodiversity, disability, veteran status, or any other protected category under federal, state and local law.

 

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