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Director of Marketing

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StandUp for Kids - National Office

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Director of Marketing

· Work in cooperation with other members of the leadership team to determine the marketing needs of the organization.

· Define marketing goals and strategies

· Manage a team of marketing volunteers (includes a Special Events’ Coordinator).

· Creates print materials for program use, including brochures, flyers, posters, giveaways, etc.

· Works with national to optimize national marketing initiatives

· Works with special events coordinators (48 Hours; Forum/Homeless Youth Month, etc) to create collateral pieces to promote the events

· Leads media campaign throughout the year and at special event

· Assisting in creating presentations for various community groups. Drafts articles and/or press releases.

· Create and maintain a marketing calendar.

· Coordinate marketing events.

· Evaluate marketing effectiveness.

· Track volunteer hours and send to Executive Director at the end of the month.

· Reports all activities monthly to the Director Community Support

· Interviews and supervises marketing team volunteers

Leadership Support/Accountability: Executive Director

Time Commitment:

2-3 hours per week, calendared projects/special events may require a few more hours

One monthly Community Support Team Meeting; Quarterly Volunteer Meetings

Qualifications:

q Ability to plan and manage work with minimum direction.

q Superior verbal and written communication skills.

q Excellent organizational and planning skills.

q Strong sense of personal integrity.

q Sincere desire to help homeless and street kids.

q Some knowledge of Publisher or other software programs helpful

q The marketing experience or desire to learn how to effectively market the organization and its services

Communication Coordinator

· Work in cooperation with other members of the leadership team to determine the communication needs of the organization.

· Define communication goals and strategies

· Manage a team of communication volunteers (includes a Web writer/photographer and newsletter editor/writers

· Leads all external/non media communication activities, including website, newsletter/cooler email, etc.

· Works with national to optimize national communication channels, including the web, Forum, etc.

· With the assistance of Volunteer Support Team and writing staff assures effective internal communications to Volunteer Base

· Supervises the following: Forum moderator, website editor, writers/photographers for web and newsletter submissions

· Assists in Forum utilization as needed

· Assisting in delivery of presentations for various community groups.

· Assists in letter writing to community individuals/groups

· Evaluate communications’ effectiveness.

· Track volunteer hours and send to Executive Director at the end of the month.

· Reports all activities monthly to the Director Community Support

· Interviews and supervises Communication team volunteers

Leadership Support/Accountability:Director Marketing

Time Commitment:

3-5 Hours per week; most work can be done from home

One monthly Community Support Team Meeting; Quarterly Volunteer Meetings

Qualifications:

q Ability to plan and manage work with minimum direction.

q Superior verbal and written communication skills.

q Excellent organizational and planning skills.

q Strong sense of personal integrity.

q Sincere desire to help homeless and street kids.

q Some knowledge of Publisher or other software programs helpful

q Newsletter or website editor experience or desire to develop the skills to create and maintain organizational communication channels.

Social Media Moderator

· Becomes the expert in terms of content, functionality and optimization

· Monitors Forum utilization and assures that all eligible volunteers are trained and using the Forum for internal communication and reporting

· Troubleshoots issues with Forum access and utilization

· Assures Group Calendar and member lists are current

· Uploads stories, events, newsletters and blogs onto Myspace, Facebook

· Sends out invitations to upcoming events through Myspace and Facebook

· Track volunteer hours and send to Executive Director at the end of the month.

· Reports all activities monthly to the Communication Coordinator

Leadership Support/Accountability: Communication Coordinator

Time Commitment:

2-3 Hours per week; most work can be done from home

One monthly Community Support Team Meeting; Quarterly Volunteer Meetings

Qualifications:

q Ability to plan and manage work with minimum direction.

q Good communication skills.

q Good understanding of computer technology and the internet

q Sincere desire to help homeless and street kids.

q Willingness to learn this internal communication tool and help make it optimal

Web Editor

· Becomes the StandUp For Kids Website expert in terms of content, functionality and optimization

· Works with the Communication Coordinator and Leadership Team to determine website "messaging" in general and specifically month to month.

· Supervises and/or creates the content submitted to national for website inclusion on a monthly basis

· Working with the national webmaster, optimizes the impact of our local web presence

· Supervises writers/photographers, etc. to ensure timely articles uploaded to the website.

· Troubleshoots issues with Website content

· Assures information on the local website pages are impactful, accurate and current, including leadership contacts, sponsor list, training calendar dates, etc.

· Track volunteer hours and send to Executive Director at the end of the month.

· Reports all activities monthly to the Communication Coordinator

Leadership Support/Accountability: Communication Coordinator

Time Commitment:

2-3 Hours per week; most work can be done from home

One monthly Community Support Team Meeting; Quarterly Volunteer Meetings

Qualifications:

· Ability to plan and manage work with minimum direction.

· Proven written communication skills.

· Good understanding of computer technology and the internet

· Sincere desire to help homeless and street kids.

· Website creation and maintenance experience a plus

· Creativity

· Ability to meet deadlines and lead staff to meet them as well

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About StandUp for Kids - National Office

Location:

200 Nelson Ferry Road, Suite B, Decatur, GA 30030, US

Mission Statement

The mission is to end the cycle of youth homelessness throughout the United States. We do this, every day, in cities across America. We carry out our mission through our volunteers who go to the streets in order to find, stabilize and otherwise help homeless and street kids improve their lives

Description

StandUp for Kids fights to end youth homelessness by providing resources to homeless and at-risk kids. Resources range from basic hygiene, healthcare, counseling mentoring, and drug and alcohol rehabilitation to support through our four core programs: Street Outreach, Mentoring, Outreach Centers and Apartment Support.

Aside from these resources and services, StandUp for Kids provides a caring community who values all homeless and at-risk youth. Our mentors and volunteers establish non-threatening relationships with youth and provide them with the love and support of family, helping guide them to independence, education, and self-sufficiency.

Children & Youth

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1055 El Camino DrSuite ECosta MesaCosta Mesa, CA 92626

(33.67553,-117.90125)
 

SKILLS

  • Youth Services
  • Marketing Strategy & Planning
  • Brand Development & Messaging
  • Interactive/Social Media/SEO
  • Content Management Systems
  • Social Work

GOOD FOR

  • Teens

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2-3 hours/week

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