BASE is hiring for a Communications Associate! Resumes will be accepted until March 1, 2018.
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BASE COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE JOB DESCRIPTION
Summary: With support from the Executive Director the Communications Associate will be responsible for all communications linking BASE with the Evansville Community.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
BASE Coalition Facilitation:
- Network with BASE and Evansville community-at-large to promote coalition development.
- Coordinate BASE meetings & document meeting notes, trainings, communication and community relations.
- Plan and arrange travel.
- Work to maintain positive visibility of BASE in the community.
- Responsible for administrative duties including but not limited to: social media and website maintenance, brochure design, event planning, mailings, community presentations, data entry and analysis and other special projects as they arise.
- Work to coordinate the local Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) high school youth group.
- Develop a mutually respectful working relationship with BASE community partners.
- Maintain an active working relationship among schools, law enforcement, youth, prevention and treatment providers, city and county government and BASE members.
- Attend meetings, conferences and hearings on issues related to the goals and objectives of the BASE.
- Responsible for all BASE social media and metrics related to them.
- Responsible for all BASE print and online advertising development and implementation.
- Responsible for upkeep of BASE website
Reporting Relationship: Report Directly to the BASE Executive Director
Qualifying Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience.
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience in: community organizing, consensus building, program implementation, group facilitation, cultural competency and/or public policy development.
- Demonstrated ability to work productively and positively with others with a minimum of supervision.
- Excellent written/oral communication skills.
- Strong computer skills (e.g., MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, email, internet, social media, website design)
- Ability to work independently.
- Access to personal transportation, valid WI driver’s license, good driving record and insured vehicle.
Hours: 15-20 hours per week, periodic weekend and evening hours as needed. Travel may be required.