Sister Cities Project is seeking a Digital Marketing Director to help strategize and coordinate our online marketing efforts and social media presence and track long-term engagement through data collection and analysis. This position will report directly to the Executive Director. This individual will gain hands-on experience managing social media, implementing marketing strategies, and developing a long-term digital marketing plan for Sister Cities Project based on data analysis.
Mentor and help Youth Ambassadors develop effective social media campaigns
Coordinate digital marketing strategies to engage community members across multiple platforms
Help maintain the SCP website
Help manage social media presence
Create and/or facilitate weekly blog posts for our website
Develop and send out monthly email blast via MailChimp
Assist in tracking, measuring and analyzing data and analytics for the website, e-newsletters and social
networks to establish best practices, growth opportunities and to identify potential partnerships and/or publicity leads
Strong interest in Sister Cities Project’ mission and programming
Experience using social media and latest social media tools
Experience with Wordpress, MailChimp, SEO and PPC
Self-starter who takes initiative
Strong communication and writing skills
Dependable, adaptable, flexible, and punctual
Strong interpersonal skills
Self-motivated and able to work well with little supervision
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Sister Cities Project
586 Lomas Santa Fe, Solana Beach, CA 92075, US
Sister Cities Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization created to partner affluent communities with underserved communities and create programs and events that build new relationships and deepen cultural understanding.
The practical execution of the Sister Cities partnerships would be to create programs and events that allow the two areas to collaborate and share resources in an effort to forge relationships and provide opportunities for mostly white and/or affluent communities to support black businesses, black youth, black history, black organizations and black arts. And although Sister Cities Project does not exclude the participation of men in our programs, we are focused on prioritizing black women.
Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Race & Ethnicity
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.