Communications Manager

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TORREY PROJECT

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Torrey Project is looking for an outgoing and mission driven contributor to play a pivotal role across the various Torrey Project initiatives. The communications manager will be responsible for cultivating strategic relationships with key stakeholders as well as internal and external communications including but not limited to main website content, social marketing, media relations and events support. The Manager will be expected to coordinate and collaborate to obtain information, write, edit, design and communicate with key stakeholders including Bootcamp participants, alumni, donors, trainers, mentors, community and business contacts.


Knowledge skills and abilities


  • Communication Skills: Proficiently present information through various avenues including verbal, digital, written, facilitation and persuasion in a group and one-on-one forum.
  • Copywriting: You’re a storyteller with excellent grammar, composition, and proofreading skills
  • Critical Thinking Skills: Critically review and translate business requirements, data and related information for a wide range of audiences in support of business objectives and strategies.
  • Problem-Solving/Agility: Analyze situations and collaboratively generate solutions, readily adapt behavior or new work methods, in evolving and unexpected situations. thinking critically and using creative ways to solve problems. Communicating policies, procedures and complex concepts to a wide variety of skill and interest levels
  • Relationship Skills: Build and maintain relations with stakeholders, identify and relate information, ideas and problems, champion initiatives and ideas based on mutually acceptable solutions.
  • Project management experience: You’re able to track and report on multiple projects as needed
  • Technological skills: Effective use of information electronically and associated systems.
  • Entrepreneurial and Mission oriented: Passion for entrepreneurship and the startup space and identify as a mission-oriented thinker

Key Responsibilities


  • Develop and execute effective and integrated communication plans, including strategies and tactics across all channels, and leveraging all communication opportunities
  • Develop, organize and execute public relations events
  • Write, edit and coordinate distribution of information to market, promote and increase the visibility of initiatives and accomplishments
  • Serve as the main point of contact for problems, questions and concerns regarding the various Torrey Project initiatives managing both internal and external communications
  • Cultivate and maintain partnership and collaborative relationships with internal stakeholders, community, organizations and influencers; participate and represent the organization as needed; maintain current with organizational initiatives, current affairs and connect with stakeholders on these issues.
  • Manage internal editorial and review process for all written content, including executive speeches, press releases, articles and media announcements, website content and social media messaging.

Preferred


Experience in marketing, fundraising, event hosting, entrepreneurship


Who we are and why should you join?


Based in San Diego, California and led by a diverse group of seasoned global business leaders, Torrey Project is a global catalyst for conscious, multi-stakeholder balanced businesses. Our mission is to help create, capitalize and energize businesses that will each, in their own way, accelerate the transition from conventional "investor-focused capitalism" to the more conscious and inclusive form of "multi-stakeholder capitalism." We do this by installing a Multi-stakeholder Operating System (MsOS) in the companies we serve through training, coaching, mentorship, and investment.


So when you join, you will not only get an opportunity for professional development and get an opportunity to connect and work with an incredible team and network of conscious entrepreneurs and business leaders, you will also be playing a key role in changing the business landscape for a better world.


How to Apply


Please send a resume and a cover letter to geetika@torreyproject.org. In the cover letter please summarize your experience and why you want to work with Torrey Project.

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About TORREY PROJECT

Location:

13870 BRUYERE CT, SAN DIEGO, CA 92129, US

Mission Statement

To help create, capitalize and energize businesses that will each, in their own way, accelerate the transition from conventional "investor-focused capitalism" to the more conscious and inclusive form of "multi-stakeholder capitalism." We do this by installing a Multi-stakeholder Operating System (MsOS) in the companies we serve through training, coaching, mentorship, and investment.

Description

Based in San Diego, California and led by a diverse group of seasoned global business leaders, Torrey Project is a global catalyst for conscious, multi-stakeholder balanced businesses. When we speak of stakeholders, we are specifically referring to an organization's employees, suppliers, partners, shareholders and customers as well as the environment, local communities in which they operate, and society at large. We seek to prove that business generates the best financial returns for its shareholders when it also serves the needs of all of its stakeholders. We are committed to advancing significant positive change, for both our people and our planet, by tapping into the power of business as a force for good in the world. We support all companies, social enterprises and startups who are willing to embrace this more conscious stakeholder approach to business.

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Public Relations
  • Brand Development & Messaging
  • Group Facilitation
  • Management
  • Copy Writing / Copy Editing
  • Community Outreach

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • About 10 hours per week

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