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Cascade AIDS Project
May 25, 2022
Full time
Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) is the oldest and largest AIDS Service Organization (ASO) in Oregon and Southwest Washington, as well as a Federally Qualified Health Center (Look-A-Like) that provides the LGBTQ+ community and beyond with compassionate healthcare. CAP’s mission is to promote well-being and advance equity by providing inclusive health and wellness services for LGBTQ+ people, people affected by HIV, and all those seeking  compassionate care. Learn more about us at  , , and   CAP cares about the safety of our team members, clients, and community.  As such, we require on-site staff to use appropriate personal protective equipment including face masks for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. All CAP staff must also be vaccinated for COVID-19 unless a documented medical or religious exemption is requested and approved.  All new employees are required to provide proof of vaccination status to Human Resources at the time of hire. Employees requesting a medical or religious exemption to the COVID-19 vaccination requirement must submit the required documentation to Human Resources within five (5) days of hire. Failure to provide the required documentation may result in your employment being terminated.    The HIV/STI Prevention Coordinator provides community-based HIV/STI prevention services, primarily targeting men who have sex with men, communities of color, and other populations disproportionately impacted by HIV. Working in collaboration with the staff and management of the Prevention Services Team, in the Prevention & Health Services Department, the HIV/STI Prevention Coordinator plans and implements HIV prevention activities throughout Multnomah County, Oregon. The HIV/STI Prevention Coordinator conducts community-based testing in settings that reach populations at disproportionately high risk for HIV including Pivot at Prism Health, bathhouses, community health fairs, and other venues as deemed appropriate. The HIV/STI Prevention Coordinator conducts HIV/STI testing, counseling, and referral services; directly facilitates and recruits sites for condom distribution; conducts outreach using social media and geographically-based apps (i.e., Grindr); establishes and maintains strategic partnerships with community-based organizations; works with the team to update, print, and distribute promotional materials; and assists with volunteer training and oversight in Multnomah County testing sites.   This full-time position reports to the Manager of Prevention Services and will work out of CAP’s Davis Street office. Travel throughout the county, as well as evening and weekend work, are required. This position must be able to successfully complete training(s) appropriate for operating HIV/STI testing technologies and screening protocols, including phlebotomy.   COMPENSATION:  $45,148 On July 1st, this position will receive a COLA raise of 7.7%. The annual salary will be $48,624.    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 2 years of professional, volunteer, or lived experience in Community Health  or  a bachelor's degree in human/social services field (social work, public or community health, psychology) or related field. Experience conducting outreach or community organizing to at least one of the following groups; MSM, transgender individuals, communities of color, and/or people who inject drugs. Experience working with ethnic, racial, economic, and sexually diverse populations and a strong understanding of issues relevant to gay/bi/trans men, people living with HIV, communities of color, and the LBGTQ+ community. Desire and ability to engage in equity and inclusion initiatives and discussions in the workplace, including but not limited to: engaging in training workshops, team, and department meetings, and critical discussions for how CAP can better serve the communities that we serve. Demonstrated ability to work independently with accountability, exercise sound judgment, discretion, and professionalism. Demonstrated ability to effectively collaborate with community stakeholders Demonstrated computer and keyboard proficiency using Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Outlook) and working knowledge of the internet including social media platforms and applications Ability to travel and some flexibility to work evening and weekend hours Valid Driver’s License and access to a reliable vehicle. *   PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Verbal and written fluency in Spanish Lived experience of systemic oppression and non-dominant cultures. From Black, Indigenous, and other people of color; transgender, non-binary, and other LGBTQ+ people; and people with disabilities, including HIV Experience conducting outreach and demonstrated ability to assess situational safety in unpredictable environments Previous experience working in Multnomah County or demonstrated knowledge of Multnomah County communities most at risk for HIV. Previous experience implementing culturally informed public health interventions serving our populations of focus. Previous experience conducting HIV and/or STI counseling and testing, phlebotomy and/or other sexual health services. Previous professional or volunteer experience working in HIV prevention Knowledge of and/or experience with Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), including how to provide education about PrEP, how it works, and/or who may be appropriate for a referral for PrEP Bachelor’s Degree in human/social services field (social work, psychology, public or community health) or another related field EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: CAP is proud to offer a hybrid work model and a comprehensive benefits package for our employees. These include: Vacation + Leave 16 days of paid vacation (128 hours) each year for the first two years of employment 21 days of paid vacation (168 hours) each year of employment beginning in year three 12 days of paid health leave per year 12.4 paid holidays per year Longevity bonus – 2 weeks paid leave on a 4-year anniversary, must be used within 2 years after the date awarded. Additional longevity bonuses are awarded at 8-year and 12-year anniversaries.   Retirement 401(k) Plan – CAP matches employee contributions (1 to 1) up to 3% of salary   Health Coverage Flexible Spending Account to set aside employee pre-tax dollars for unreimbursed medical and dependent expenses. Medical and vision insurance – premiums fully paid by CAP for employee (Kaiser Permanente) Dental insurance – premiums fully paid by CAP for the employee (Lincoln or Willamette Dental) Voluntary supplemental vision insurance (Lincoln)   Life Insurance + Disability + Family Leave Life Insurance ($50,000) and AD&D insurance – premiums fully paid by CAP for the employee (Mutual of Omaha) Long term disability insurance (Mutual of Omaha) Short term disability insurance (Mutual of Omaha) 125C cafeteria savings plan   Closing Date:   Open until filled.     Cascade AIDS Project is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer People of color, women, LGBTQ+ individuals and people living with HIV are strongly encouraged to apply
Covenant House International New York, NY
May 25, 2022
Full time
Overview For almost 50 years, Covenant House has served and advocated for youth and young families experiencing homelessness, human trafficking, and exploitation. Our overarching goal is to end homelessness among youth and young families by helping them achieve housing stability, heal from trauma, tap into their innate resilience, and hone their interests and skills to forge new pathways to independence. This work is carried out across Covenant House sites in 31 cities in the US, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Primary Function of Position:   Covenant House International is seeking a dynamic leader and team player who will collaborate with the Chief Operating Officer to strategically advance the Latin America operations. The ideal candidate will provide operational support, oversight and strategic counsel to Covenant House’s four international affiliates in Latin America: Casa Alianza Mexico, La Alianza Guatemala, Casa Alianza Honduras and Casa Alianza Nicaragua, all of which serve children who have endured homelessness, hunger and human trafficking.  Key responsibilities will include collaborating with affiliates in the implementation of strategic planning; affiliate Board recruitment and stewardship; budget development and monitoring; enterprise risk management; program service tracking and evaluation; public communications and advocacy; bridge local needs and goals with the CHI’s long term strategies; coordinate the work at the CHI level with Latin American liaisons in all the departments; resource development; management and performance reviews for each affiliate national director,  and Covenant House International staff as assigned.  The candidate who fills this position plays a central role in convening the national directors semi-annually on issues and initiatives of common concern. The position requires extensive travel among Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and the United States. Candidate Attributes: This person is an outstanding operational & financial professional and an exceptional leader. He/she has a profound sense of humanity, empathy and respect for others. The ideal candidate is culturally competent and understands the social, economic, cultural and political norms of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. They possess a high degree of general administrative and management knowledge along with specialized knowledge in finance, nonprofit management, and human services. Experience working directly with a Board of Directors is essential. This person is a thoughtful, collaborative leader who works well with individuals at all levels of the organization, including in affiliate countries that are geographically dispersed. They are an exceptional communicator with strong presentation skills. The successful candidate designs and presents transparent, understandable reports and data that meet the needs of a variety of constituencies. This person is a natural problem solver who anticipates and deals with problems quickly and effectively. They are detail oriented, but are a talented manager who empowers competent staff members to do their jobs well. They are well-organized with an open leadership style—not wedded to a top-down chain of command. This person has a genuine passion for Covenant House’s mission to help children, youth and families in Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico. They are an excellent verbal and written communicator who can clearly and passionately articulate the organization’s mission and current objectives. They are a proactive leader and a team player who understands that respect is earned through collaboration and results, not position. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Persuasive Communication Skills - presents his/her own ideas to others in a manner that achieves clarity, buy-in and commitment. Mature Confidence – leads and interacts with others assertively, responsibly and supportively. Decisiveness makes decisions effectively and maintains a firm sense of direction. Ability to travel regularly throughout New York City, Mexico and Central America Latin America. To manage highly-skilled and capable affiliate national directors who have garnered national and international recognition for their leadership, service and advocacy. Ability to interact with great skill and ease with donors and board members in business. To be personable, creative, focused and flexible and an intensely collaborative spirit. To excite anyone about our mission and provide them with a unique experience as a supporter Absolute Integrity - demonstrated honesty and strong values through consistent action. Profound and demonstrated commitment to human service and social change Outstanding communication skills, articulate and persuasive, with well-honed relationship building skills Drive and sophistication, excited by the opportunity to help shape the future of the organization as a whole Highly developed interpersonal skills with the presence and personal style to represent the organization to multiple constituents Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Spanish Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects with a strong attention to detail Excellent time-management and organizational skills Availability to work a flexible schedule including weekends, evenings, and night hours as needed Minimum Education & Experience This position requires a Master’s Degree in a relevant area of study and ten years of professional experience. Or a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant area of study and fifteen years of progressive managerial responsibility in nonprofit management and operations, preferably in an international nonprofit focused on services in Latin America. Operations Management: 10 years (Required) Experience managing executive level staff. Strong bilingual English-Spanish fluency required. Previous experience living and working in Mexico and/or Central America is strongly preferred. Valid US Driver’s License and Passport Required travel: 25% (Required) Our Community Our critical mission demands that we have all voices at the table. A team of diverse people, perspectives, and experiences is smarter, stronger, and more effective for our young people. At Covenant House, every team member is valued, respected, heard, and supported, and we welcome honest and courageous self-reflection on any aspects of our work that are based on biased or outdated viewpoints. We deliberately create opportunities for our staff to grow and thrive.  Covenant House International is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind: CHI is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at CHI are based on business needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, family or parental status, disability status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. CHI will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics and encourages all qualified applicants to apply. If you are fun, dynamic, and hardworking, come join our awesome international team in an organization with a heart!  Covenant House is a vaccinated employer. As such, prospective new hires will be required to provide proof of vaccination or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination by date of hire to be considered. Our offices are located in Manhattan, however, this position will be remote for the foreseeable future.
Washington State Department of Ecology Multiple Locations, Washington State
May 25, 2022
Full time
Per Governor Inslee’s  Proclamation 21-14.2   (Download PDF reader) , Washington State employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. As a condition of employment, the successful candidate will be required to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination as part of the hiring process, prior to their start date. Requests for medical and religious exemptions will be considered. If you have questions, please contact  with “ COVID-19 vaccination ” in the subject line.     Keeping Washington Clean and Evergreen The   Hazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Program  within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill a   Pollution Assistance Partnership Coordinator (Environmental Planner 4)   position.   This position can be located   in one of the following locations. Candidates must reside within a commutable distance to one of the following locations: Headquarters Office   in   Lacey, WA . Northwest Regional Office (NWRO)  in   Shoreline, WA . Central Regional Office (CRO)   in   Union Gap, WA . Eastern Regional Office (ERO)   in   Spokane, WA   Would you enjoy managing multi-agency efforts to help businesses reduce pollution to protect their employees’ health and the environment? In this position you will coordinate and oversee Ecology’s   Pollution Prevention Assistance (PPA) Partnership . You and your team will provide training, support, and resources to approximately 40 pollution prevention specialists at over two dozen local government agencies so they can help small businesses in their jurisdiction correctly manage their waste, prevent discharges to wastewater and stormwater, and use safer products and chemicals, all while not increasing their costs of doing business. When we help businesses, we help Washington. The people of Washington enjoy outdoor activities and vibrant communities, so making small changes at businesses helps make Washington safe and healthy for all. During  Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery,  employees are working a combination of in-office and/or telework based on position and business need.   This position is not currently required to work in the office on a regular basis . Ecology is following current state guidance regarding mask requirements, health screening questions before entry, and social distancing. Looking ahead, Ecology has recently updated the agency policies on telework and flexible and compressed work schedules. Applicants with questions about position location options, telework, and flexible or compressed schedules are encouraged to reach out to the contact person listed below in “other information.”   Application Timeline:   This position will remain open until filled, with an initial screening date of   June 8, 2022 . In order to be considered for initial screening, please submit an application on or before   June 7, 2022 . The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date. T he mission of the HWTR Program is to protect Washington’s residents and environment by reducing the use of toxic chemicals, safely managing dangerous waste, preventing new contaminated sites, and cleaning up contamination. The HWTR vision is to be national leaders in minimizing and eliminating the impacts of toxic chemicals and hazardous waste.      About the Department of Ecology Protecting Washington State's environment for current and future generations is what we do every day at Ecology. We are a culture that is invested in making a difference. Join a team that is highly effective and collaborative, with leadership that embraces the value of people. Ecology cares deeply about employee wellness; we go beyond traditional benefits, proudly offering: A healthy life/work balance by offering flexible schedules and telework options for most positions. An Infants at Work Program that is based on the long-term health values of infant-parent bonding and breastfeeding newborns. Continuous growth and development opportunities.  A wellness program that offers education, fitness classes, and an agency-wide fondness for outdoor meetings. Opportunities to serve your community and make an impact through meaningful work. Our commitment to DEIR Diversity, equity, inclusion, and respect (DEIR)   are core values central to Ecology’s work. We strive to be a workplace where we are esteemed for sharing our authentic identities, while advancing our individual professional goals and collaborating to protect, preserve, and enhance the environment for current and future generations. Diversity : We celebrate and appreciate diversity; our unique perspectives and abilities enrich us all and lead to innovative approaches and solutions.  Equity : We champion equity, recognizing that each of us need different things to thrive.  Inclusion : We intentionally create and hold space so that we all have meaningful opportunities to participate and contribute to Ecology’s work.  Respect : We treat each other with respect and dignity, acknowledging the inherent worth of our diverse perspectives and lived experiences, even in times of uncertainty and disagreement.   We believe that DEIR is both a goal and an action. We are on a journey, honoring our shared humanity and taking steps to demonstrate our commitment to a vision where each of us is heard, seen, and valued.   Duties What makes this role unique?   The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) governs how businesses must manage the hazardous waste they produce and Ecology regularly inspects businesses that produce significant amounts of waste.  However, many businesses in Washington only make a little dangerous waste so they are not regularly visited by inspectors and may not be aware of the regulations they must follow. When combined, these businesses generate millions of pounds of dangerous waste per year that could pollute land, air, and water. This is where Ecology’s  Pollution Prevention Assistance (PPA) Partnership   comes in!   In this role you’ll manage contracts with over two dozen local agencies to visit these businesses and provide technical assistance to ensure they are preventing pollution and managing their waste correctly. Our Partners have found and resolved tens of thousands of potential pollution issues. To support our Partners you will lead a team that provides training, networking, and resources so they are well equipped to help local businesses and you and your team will work with various committees to develop educational materials and incentives for businesses.       What you will do:     Develop and manage over two dozen contracts with local government agencies totaling approximately $6 million each biennium.  Lead Ecology’s internal Pollution Prevention Assistance team who provides training and resources to specialists at our contracted partners.  Develop policy, strategic goals, and metrics to shape the direction and success of the PPA Partnership.  Coordinate with multi-disciplinary teams and other organizations to develop strategies to implement projects that reduce and replace toxic chemical use at businesses.  Conduct outreach to new government agencies to increase PPA Partnership coverage across the state and especially in eastern Washington. Report on PPA Partnership efforts, successes, and challenges to management; determine funding needs; and work on budget requests and grant applications for funding to support Partnership growth.  Qualifications Required Qualifications: Experience for both required and desired qualifications can be gained through various combinations of formal professional employment, educational and volunteer experience. See below for how you may qualify. Option One: A Bachelor’s degree with major emphasis in land use, urban, regional, environmental, or natural resource planning; land use or environmental law; public or business administration with an environmental emphasis; natural sciences; or closely related field. AND Five years of professional experience in environmental regulation, land use, urban, regional, environmental, or natural resource planning or management, and/or program development and management. Experience   may   include a combination of the following: Experience with environmental inspection or compliance assistance programs.  Experience using project management tools and techniques.  Demonstrated ability to organize multiple assignments, sometimes of a complex nature or involving competing priorities and partner collaboration, to produce work products that are timely, accurate, and complete. Experience with public or business administration.  Option Two: A Master's degree or above with major emphasis in land use, urban, regional, environmental, or natural resource planning, landscape architecture, geography, land use or environmental law, public or business administration with an environmental emphasis, or closely related field. AND Three years of professional experience in environmental regulation, land use, urban, regional, environmental, or natural resource planning or management, and/or program development and management.   Option Three: One year of experience as an Environmental Planner 3 within the Department of Ecology, which includes experience coordinating interagency agreements, project management, experience with local, state or federal hazardous waste management regulations, stormwater regulations, pollution prevention or compliance assurance programs, providing trainings, and coordinating diverse interests across multiple agencies.   Special Requirements/Conditions of Employment:   Obtain and maintain a valid driver's license  Desired Qualifications: We highly encourage you to apply even if you do not have some (or all) of the desired experience below. Knowledge of the PPA Partnership’s mission and work Experience leading a team, assigning tasks and projects, and providing feedback in a non-supervisory capacity.  Ability to respectfully lead and coordinate with stakeholders at all levels of the organization and government entities who may have conflicting interests Knowledge of the Product Replacement Program Experience with contract, grant, or loan management Experience with meeting and training planning and facilitation Note: Having some (or all) of this desired experience may make your application more competitive in a highly competitive applicant pool. Supplemental Information Ecology seeks diverse applicants:  We view diversity, equity, inclusion, and respect through a broad lens including race, ethnicity, class, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, immigration status, military background, language, education, life experience, physical disability, neurodiversity, and intersectional identities. Qualified candidates from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Need an Accommodation  in the application and/or screening process or this job announcement in an alternative format? Please call:   (360) 407-6186   or email:  and we will be happy to assist. If you are deaf or hard of hearing you can reach the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or   1-800-833-6388 . If you need assistance applying for this job, please e-mail . Please do not send an email to this address to follow-up on the status of your application. You can view the latest status of your application on your profile's main page. If you are reading this announcement in print format , please enter the following URL to your search engine to apply: .     Application Instructions: It's in the applicant's best interest to   submit all of the documents listed below.   Applications without these documents may be declined. A cover letter describing why you are interested in this position. A resume outlining your experience and education (if applicable) as it relates to the minimum qualifications of this position. Three professional references. Please do NOT include your salary history.  Wage/salary depends on qualifications or rules of promotion, if applicable.     For Your Privacy: When attaching documents to your application (such as Resume, Cover Letter, Transcripts, DD-214, etc.): Please be sure to remove private information such as your social security number, date of birth, etc.  Do not attach documents that are password-protected, as these documents may not be reviewed and may cause errors within your application when downloaded.  Additional Application Instructions for Current Ecology Employees:    Please make sure to answer the agency-wide questions regarding permanent status as a classified employee within the Washington General Service or Washington Management Service. Do not forget to select Department of Ecology as a response to question 2, and type your personnel ID number for question 3. If you are not sure of your status or do not know your personnel ID number, please contact Human Resources. Application Attestation:  The act of submitting application materials electronically is considered affirmation that the information is complete and truthful. The state may verify this information and any untruthful or misleading answers are cause for rejection of your application or dismissal if employed.   Other Information: If you have specific questions about the position, please email  Elaine Snouwaert  at: . Please do not contact  Elaine  to inquire about the status of your application.   To request the full position description: email Why work for Ecology? As an agency, our mission is to protect, preserve and enhance Washington's environment for current and future generations. We invest in our employees to create and sustain a working environment that encourages creative leadership, effective resource management, teamwork, professionalism, and accountability. Joining Ecology means becoming a part of a team committed to protecting and restoring Washington State's environment. A career in public service allows you to help solve some of the most challenging problems facing our state, while keeping your health and financial security a priority. We combine one of the most competitive benefits packages in the nation with a strong commitment to life/work balance. Ecology employees may be eligible for the following: Medical/Dental/Vision for employee & dependent(s) ,   Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) ,   Vacation, Sick, and other Leave *,   11 Paid Holidays per year *,   Public Service Loan Forgiveness ,   Tuition Waiver ,   Long Term Disability   &   Life Insurance ,   Deferred Compensation Programs ,   Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP) ,   Flexible Spending Arrangement (FSA) ,   Employee Assistance Program ,   Commute Trip Reduction Incentives   (Download PDF reader) ,   Combined Fund Drive ,   SmartHealth   *See the Benefits tab in this announcement for more information   Student debt: how working for Ecology can help The Department of Ecology is a qualifying employer for the Public Service Forgiveness Program (PSLF). See   for more details. To learn more about The Department of Ecology, please visit our website at   and follow, like or visit us on   LinkedIn ,   Twitter ,   Facebook ,   Instagram   or our   blog . Collective Bargaining:  This is a position covered by a bargaining unit for which the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE) is the exclusive representative.     Equal Opportunity Employer:  The Washington State Department of Ecology is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, veterans, military spouses or people with military status, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application/testing process or this job announcement in an alternative format may call   (360) 407-6186 . Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or   1-800-833-6388 . Note:  This recruitment may be used to fill other positions of the same job classification across the agency. Once all the position(s) from the recruitment announcement are filled, the recruitment may only be used to fill additional open positions for the next sixty (60) days.  
CA Human Services Richmond, VA
May 25, 2022
Full time
Do you have a proven track record in marketing and social media?  Would you like to use your talents to generate revenue and contribute to the sustainability of a non-profit working to make Virginia more inclusive for families and individuals with developmental disabilities such as autism?   If you answered yes, we have a significant role for you!   The Marketing and Communications Specialist will build awareness of services and establish positive customer relationships across Virginia.  The right person for this position is a great listener and connector who is enthusiastic and passionate about our mission and value proposition.      Job Title:                                              Marketing and Communications Specialist  Location:                                              Richmond, VA   Role type:                                         Full time/40 hours per week Salary Range:                                   $40,000 - $48,000 annually + generous benefits and vacation   Title of Immediate Supervisor:      Director of Business Development   This position requires collaboration with:    CA’s Leadership Team  Autism Resource Navigator(s) and Hispanic Liaison  Volunteers and Community Partners     Responsibilities: Execute Marketing Strategy  Provide support to CA     Specific functions of the Position:    Execute marketing strategy to build awareness of the organization’s mission across the Commonwealth of Virginia.    Take ownership of day-to-day project management duties to achieve targeted goals  Work with Director of Business Development to develop and implement marketing strategy Create content to expand engagement on social media platforms Create and maintain marketing and promotional materials, both print and electronic, for information and lead generation across multiple platforms and departments/business lines (e.g., adult programs, preschool inclusion, Information and Resources, fundraising, etc.)   Maintain lead and contact lists through CRM and email marketing platforms  Maintain and update website design as needed  Research industry trends to effectively create and distribute press releases, media relations content, email campaigns, and newsletter content  Act as a brand steward, upholding brand standards and consistency in all projects     Track key performance indicators and manage reporting for marketing activities; make recommendations for improving marketing metrics   Model the values of the organization (innovation, flexibility, collaboration)    Maintain intellectual property of the organization        Skills and Qualifications:   Bachelor’s degree in marketing, advertising, communications, public relations, journalism, English, or a related field OR at least 3 years of related experience with demonstrated success   Must be fluent in English and Spanish (verbal and written) Broad understanding of effective marketing tactics and strategies in the branding, print, and digital realms  Exemplary project management, time management, organization, creative, and communication skills   Strong attention to detail and the ability to multitask on multiple projects, while consistently meeting deadlines   Proficiency with: Microsoft Office Suite, CRM systems, Constant Contact, Canva, Wordpress, Eventbrite, Google business profiles, Google Ads non-profit, and Google Analytics  Confident and articulate communicator with collaborative interpersonal skills Strong writing, editing, proofreading, and layout design skills are essential   Flexibility with changes in tasks and priorities along with using sound judgement Demonstrable social media experience across multiple platforms with knowledge of social analytics tools, online marketing and a good understanding of major marketing channels   Desire to learn and grow professionally within the organization    A Passion for Virginians with Developmental Disabilities and CA’s mission – experience with autism a plus!   Required: Occasional evenings and weekends with the ability to flex time.   Occasional traversing throughout assigned building(s) Often sitting or standing for extended periods Clean driving record and ability to travel when necessary (up to 25%) Moderate lifting or moving up to 25 pounds.
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