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RFP – Communications and Development Consultants – GNMHC

Brief History of GNMHC

Established in 1920, the Greater Nashua Mental Health Center is nearing its 100th year of providing a diverse mix of vital professional services to the greater Nashua community.  Greater Nashua Mental Health Center (GNMHC) has as its mission: empowering people to lead full and satisfying lives through effective treatment and support.  The agency’s initial focus was quite broad and included teaching citizenship to the community’s non-English speaking population, monitoring street cars and establishing a community library.  In 1924, we officially incorporated as Community Council of Nashua, NH, Inc. and began addressing mental health issues by establishing a “mental hygiene” clinic. Over the next several decades, CCN took on additional concerns such as decreasing the infant mortality rate and establishing clinics for the blind and treating polio.

In 1963 President John F. Kennedy’s issued call to action for a “new type of health facility, one which will return mental health care to the main stream of American medicine, and at the same time enhance mental health services.”  In 1967 the CCN Board of Directors declared that the agency’s primary focus would be to provide comprehensive mental health services to the greater Nashua community. In 1974 the agency received the funding and approval to become a “community mental health center” and was able to begin bringing area residents back home to Nashua from the state Psychiatric Hospital.

Today, the agency provides comprehensive behavioral health services utilizing evidence-based practices and specializes in treatment for individuals with serious mental health challenges–including those with co-occurring substance use disorders.  The agency provides a wide array of services to individuals of all ages and is a stabilizing force for its clients throughout the entire lifecycle.  Services are provided both in the office and in community settings and include therapy for individuals (youth and adults), couples, and families, along with many other services and supports that clients require.  GNMHC is the only state-designated Community Mental Health Center in the Greater Nashua region, a densely populated area with a growing demand for services.  No one is turned away due to the inability to pay for services.  For consumers without insurance, the agency offers a sliding fee scale based upon family size and income.

Serving approximately 5,000 consumers annually, the need for behavioral health services is increasing, especially with the emergence of the opioid epidemic that has gripped New Hampshire and the nation.  GNMHC is responding to the increased need for services in the region, including for those with limited resources. In addition, over 70% of our clients utilize Medicaid, while Medicaid reimbursement rates have remained flat since 2006.  This is creating an increased need to raise funds to both offset rising expenses and meet the need for expanded services in the region.

There has not been dedicated Development and Communications staff at GNMHC for the past few years and the agency has undergone some significant transitions during that time.  The current Senior Leadership team has now been in place for the past 2-3 years and the Agency has experienced significant improvements in organizational efficiency, financial stability, and overall quality and increased capacity of our programming during that time.

At this juncture, we are looking to launch Development and Communications initiatives in support of continuing these efforts.  We understand the importance of an effective communications strategy (which includes both internal and external audiences, marketing and public relations), in support of a more robust development effort (grant writing, fundraising, capital campaign and eventually planned giving).  These initiatives figure prominently into our current strategic plan, which also includes (but is not limited to): launching several new service lines, additional growth and strategic collaboration initiatives with community partners over the next 1-3 years.

Desired Outcomes and Deliverables

GNMHC is seeking seasoned Development and Communications consultant(s) with a track record of success in assisting nonprofits to develop strategies and operational plans for achieving our goals in these two separate but related areas.  Consultants can choose to submit proposals for one or both.  Deliverables would include Separate Communications and Development Plans that support one another and contribute to the overall agency strategy of long-term sustainability in support of our mission.

COMMUNICATIONS:

  • Conduct a communications audit of current efforts, print materials, electronic / social media and the status of the Agency’s brand in the community.
  • Need to modify, refresh, or possibly re-brand?

2)   Produce a detailed Communications Plan that defines the various target audiences and the tactics to achieve identified goals for each (plan to include person(s) responsible, timelines, resources / est. costs, etc.).

  • Internal audience: staff and Board of Directors
  • External audience: clients, referral sources, major stakeholders (payors, partners, DHHS, contractors, schools, hospitals, public health, legislators, business community, etc.)
  • Plan should also specifically include and support
  • talent acquisition / recruitment efforts
  • donor acquisition / cultivation

3)   Establish graphics standards to support Agency brand consistency.

4)   Develop a crisis communication strategy to guide the Agency in responding to adverse events.

DEVELOPMENT:

  • Assist the agency’s Leadership / Board to define the role of philanthropy in the overall Agency strategic plan (e.g., are we going to build on the endowment, provide on-going program support, offset uncompensated care, possibly limit efforts to startup costs or one-time acquisitions, etc.?).
  • Produce a detailed Development Plan that would provide a clear road map / tactics for achieving the defined goals (to include person(s) responsible, timelines, resources / est. costs, etc.).
  • Develop effective Case Statement(s) in support of defined development strategies / tactics.
  • Ensure that the Board of Directors and relevant Staff that are trained where appropriate and can clearly articulate how philanthropy and communication / advocacy efforts contribute to the success of our mission and their role.
  • Review of current donor management software / database (Donor Perfect) and make recommendations as appropriate.
  • Evaluate the feasibility of conducting a Capital Campaign in support of facilities planning efforts (2-3 years out).

Options for On-going Engagement

While this RFP is specific to the deliverables outlined above for each of the two areas—Development and Communications, there may be the opportunity for the consultant(s) to secure additional contracts to provide on-going consultation or services for carrying out various parts of the established plans, beyond what is detailed above.

Level of Support

There is a full-time Development / Communications Coordinator that will assist the chosen consultant(s) in gathering information, scheduling, etc. in support of these projects.

Contract Terms

Time Frame:  March 1st to June 30th, 2018.

Pricing:  RFP should include all anticipated costs with payment dependent upon achievement of deliverables / established project milestones.

Next Steps

Please provide a brief narrative explaining your interest and why you are qualified for this opportunity.  Please include a resume and three references with your narrative.  Relevant work samples will be accepted / encouraged.

The deadline for submission of a response to this RFP is Friday, February 23rd, 2018 by 4:00 p.m.

Responses may be submitted via:

  • Email to Donna Albertelli Collins, Development and Communications Coordinator, at albertellicollinsd@gnmhc.org
  • Mail to Donna Albertelli Collins at 100 W. Pearl St., Nashua, NH 03060
  • Hand delivered to the address above, Attn: Donna Albertelli Collins.

Questions

If you have questions, please contact our Development and Communications Coordinator:  Donna Albertelli Collins at albertellicollinsd@gnmhc.org or call directly at (603) 402-1588.

Once submissions have been received, we will contact respondents by the end of February to let them know the status of their proposal.  Top candidates will meet with the CEO of Greater Nashua Mental Health Center and the Development and Communications Coordinator prior to final selection.

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Events and Administrative Coordinator — Geneia

Job Locations US-NH-ManchesterPosted Date 1 week ago(1/25/2018 10:20 AM)
Job ID 2018-1071 # of Openings 1 Category Administrative/Clerical

Overview
Geneia is a healthcare analytic solutions and services company that focuses on improving systems to support personalized, patient-centered care. We provide technology, training, insights and clinical services that drive alignment and collaboration among healthcare providers, health plans and employers transitioning to value-based care.

We are growing! An exciting opportunity exists for an Events Coordinator to join our Marketing team within a startup, dynamic environment.

The Events and Administrative Coordinator will plan and manage Geneia events and trade shows from concept to completion. You will coordinate with relevant internal stakeholders to ensure events are organized and executed seamlessly, travel to industry trade shows to be the point of contact on the show floor, and provide relevant post-event reporting and analysis. In addition, you will provide front office and administrative support as necessary for the New Hampshire office, including logistics and catering for NH-based meetings and events.

Responsibilities
Coordinate and manage all aspects of Geneia events and trade shows, including:

  • Pre-conference planning meetings, project plan and budget.
  • Travel, registration, instructions and logistics for onsite personnel.
  • Services requests, including AV, internet, electrical and catering.
  • Vendor management.
  • Logistics
  • Assembly and shipping of supplies to and from events.
  • Sponsorship details.
  • Collateral and giveaways.
  • Creation of show plan, staffing schedule and on-site execution, including coordinating schedules and handling requests of onsite personnel.
    Securing lead lists provided and ensuring they are transferred to the sales team.
  • Post-event reporting and logistics.
  • Work closely with internal teams during all phases of event planning and execution, in particular marketing, sales, business development, product management, operations and vendor management, and company executives.
  • Research and recommend opportunities for new sponsorships and events. Work in collaboration with marketing team members to develop yearly sponsorship/event plan.
  • Provide front office and administrative support as needed for the Manchester, New Hampshire office, including but not limited to: visitor greeting and check-in, travel coordination and scheduling, and meeting coordination, catering and scheduling.

Qualifications

  • 3+ years’ event management and administrative experience
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • A quick-thinking problem solver; ability to handle pressure and last-minute needs
  • A team player, enthusiastic and proactive
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and clearly identify priorities
  • Proven communication skills, detailed oriented and meticulous
  • Experience using social media platforms to engage audiences before and during events
  • Social media and integrated campaign skills/other marketing experience a plus.
  • Ability to travel 20-40% of time
  • Flexibility to work off hours when needed
  • Bachelor’s degree required

Geneia Is an equal opportunity Employer

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Product Marketing Manager — Geneia

US-NH-Manchester | US-PA-Harrisburg

Overview

Geneia is a healthcare analytic solutions and services company that focuses on improving systems to support personalized, patient-centered care. We provide technology, training, insights and clinical services that drive alignment and collaboration among healthcare providers, health plans, and employers transitioning to value-based care.

An exciting opportunity exists for a Product Marketing Manager to join our team within a startup, dynamic environment. As a Product Marketing Manager, you will be responsible for developing and executing successful product marketing strategies for Geneia’s products and services, with the goal of engaging, converting and retaining loyal clients, and ensuring adoption and success of the product within client organizations. You will craft messaging and product positioning for solution-based products and services. You’ll conceive and develop innovative marketing programs that clearly articulate the value proposition and drive demand, managing product launches and after-market activities. Attention to detail and an eye for quality, along with the ability to grasp and translate technical capabilities into customer benefits is crucial. You will be the expert in understanding Geneia customers, specific buyer roles within organizations, and how and why they buy. You will ensure the sales organization has the understanding, training and appropriate materials to sell Geneia solutions.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct competitive and market research to understand the needs of customers and prospects, as well as assess market opportunities. Be the expert on Geneia buyers, how they buy and their buying criteria; be the expert on Geneia’s competitors.
  • Craft solution-oriented messaging and product positioning that clearly and succinctly articulate the value and competitive advantage of Geneia products and services.
  • Develop go-to-market plans and work cross-functionally on execution.
  • Develop customer success stories in cooperation with sales and marketing.
  • In collaboration with Marketing and Sales, develop tools including videos, presentations, whitepapers, datasheets and other sales materials as needed.
  • Deliver sales training and enablement to internal teams and external partners.
  • Create sales tools such as sales kits, ROI analysis, qualification and messaging guides to enhance sales effectiveness.
  • Working in collaboration with Marketing and Product Management, develop content for website, collateral, press releases, analyst and press briefings, tradeshows, sales and channel training, digital marketing programs, and more.
  • Support content creation for external marketing campaigns.
  • Assist the Sales organization by providing expertise in specific sales situations.
  • Plan the launch of new products and releases and manage the cross-functional implementation of the plan.

Qualifications

  • 5-7 years in a product marketing role at a healthcare technology company.
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Advanced degree preferred.
  • Ability to work independently and proactively in a dynamic and aggressive high-growth environment.
  • Self-starter who truly enjoys working in a fast-paced software start-up environment with a drive to take on new challenges.
  • Travel required 10-15% of the time

Geneia is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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 Communications and Marketing Coordinator — NHPR

New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) is seeking a Communications & Marketing Coordinator to help grow the department and support a range of marketing, communications and engagement activities. The Communications and Marketing team works across departments at both the strategic and tactical levels to help build NHPR’s brand, broaden audience and support revenue-generation activities. This is an excellent opportunity to help highlight the important work of a respected public media organization, while gaining exposure to and experience in a range of skills across the marketing and communications spectrum. This is a full-time position reporting to the Director of Communications & Marketing.

NHPR is an award-winning public media company that delivers news, information, analysis, arts and entertainment programming to more than 193,500 weekly listeners across the state and region, and 180,000 monthly unique visitors on the web. Based in Concord, the state’s capital and political hub, NHPR’s newsroom, digital team and original programs consistently earn national recognition for their in-depth reporting and production. NHPR is the winner of the 2015 and 2017 National Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence, one of the most prestigious awards in journalism.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work with the Director, Communications and Marketing on both day-to-day activities and longer-term projects to support plans and ongoing goals.
  • Support a full suite of external promotional activities including outreach to stakeholders, partners and the general public.
  • Events execution: Help develop, manage, execute and staff station events and external engagements.
  • Traffic: Help manage editorial and advertising calendars to maximize placements and marketing trade relationships.
  • Editorial creation, including writing and editing a range of marketing and communications-related materials (print and digital).
  •   Expand electronic communications capabilities through creating and executing e-newsletters, targeted e-mails, alerts, etc.
  • Social media: Assist with the development of promotional content and initiatives that support NHPR activities and highlight programs, personalities, station activities and achievements.
  • Coordinate with designers and external vendors on marketing collateral and digital assets.
  • Compile clips, reports or materials as needed.
  • Provide administrative support, including processing paperwork, list and inventory management, travel arrangements, basic research and help with external requests.
  • Help monitor and track results of marketing and communications program.
  • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum of two years’ marketing, communications, public relations or creative project management experience.
  • Familiarity with multi-channel marketing and communications strategies and techniques.
  • Experience in design and production of marketing collateral and print and online materials, including e-mail marketing campaigns. Skill with Luminate preferred.
  • Exceptional organizational skills, with the ability to juggle a variety of tasks and projects, as well as detail-oriented and able to meet deadlines.
  • Proactive, flexible mindset; welcomes the challenge of working in a fast-paced, evolving work environment and helping to grow programs from the ground up.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively to solve problems.
  • Interest in news and journalism, community engagement and nonprofits desirable.
  • Technologically versatile and willing to learn new skills. Proficient in MS Office programs; basic knowledge of CMS and design software preferred.
  • Strong customer service orientation to work effectively with our listeners, supporters, volunteers and staff.
  • Sense of humor and positive attitude.
  • Valid driver’s license and satisfactory motor vehicle record required.
  • Ability to work occasional evenings to support outreach efforts.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, Journalism or related field preferred, or equivalent experience.

For more information: https://nhpr.applicantpro.com/jobs/702348.html

 

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Communications & Digital Media Coordinator — Easterseals NH, ME & VT

COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL MEDIA COORDINATOR

Easterseals’ Communications and Development department is a fast-paced and dedicated group of professionals focused on changing the way the world defines and views disability.  We are seeking a creative and energetic Communications and Digital Media Coordinator to join this high performing team.

The person in this key position will be responsible for creating public awareness and promoting fundraising events and initiatives through website design and maintenance, social media, newsletters, press releases and program marketing materials. Responsibilities will include contributing to the development of agency and program marketing materials, including newsletters, client stories, press releases, brochures and annual reports, overseeing the development and maintenance of the Agency’s website(s), increasing public awareness for Easterseals NH and other affiliates by preparing visual media for events, activities and programs, strategizing with program managers and developing marketing campaigns to promote programs  and creating support collateral, working with the communications director and development staff to create and implement the department’s strategic plan and participating in Agency focus groups, committees and initiatives.

This is a full-time position Monday-Friday position which includes occasional nights and weekends.

This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations, Communications, Journalism or related field, at least two (2) years of experience in website content management and design, development and management of social media channels, strong, news writing, web writing and editing skills, analytical, forecasting and research experience, Social Media marketing experience, working knowledge of graphic design and photography and strong verbal communication skills.

Please go to the following to complete an application and submit your resume:

https://chm.tbe.taleo.net/chm01/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=EASTSEAL&cws=48&rid=4971

EEO

 

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Marketing Specialist — Monadnock United Way

December 27, 2017

Monadnock United Way (MUW) is actively changing its business model to engage our entire community in addressing the region’s most pressing social issues in the areas of education, children, financial stability and basic needs. We are seeking a professional, energetic Marketing Specialist to join a team of equally high energy professionals who want to make a difference in this community. Our ideal candidate thrives in rapidly changing situations, taking initiative to support the team.

Position Summary

The Marketing Specialist works with MUW staff, partners, donors, volunteers, community members and other key stakeholders to uncover and cultivate the most compelling stories and statistics that further MUW’s mission. The Specialist will translate that info into integrated digital, print, events and PR campaigns to increase the visibility of MUW’s impact on our region’s most pressing needs.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Positioning MUW

  • In coordination with the MUW staff and Communications Committee, develop integrated organizational and departmental marketing plans to inspire the community to give, advocate and volunteer in support of our impact areas
  • Work closely with MUW’s Leadership Team (President, Impact, and Fundraising) and marketing professionals at United Way offices across the country to understand MUW’s “products” and present clear and inspiring information to the community
  • Ensure that all outreach materials, events, and opportunities take full advantage of every opportunity to position MUW as an inclusive, uplifting, energetic, engaging and highly effective organization

Storytelling

  • Work cross-functionally with all MUW staff and partners to capture the stories of people – through interviews and on-site visits – to be used in collateral, video, website, newsletter, press releases, social and all other communications.
  • Write content on MUW and our partners’ joint success in the community in the impact areas of children, education, financial stability and basic needs that is jargon-free and inspiring
  • Write speeches, talking points, articles and marketing pieces for digital and print sources
  • Give speeches to a wide range of audiences about MUW’s mission, vision and success stories
  • Enhance the staff’s storytelling capacity: teach staff how to identify and capture stories, speak in public using best practices in public speaking and storytelling and take effective photographs
  • Manage media relations and write releases and blog posts to further MUW’s mission and to highlight the success stories of MUW and our partners
  • Provide talking points and write compelling pieces for use in grants, newsletters, donor appeals and other messaging

Digital and Traditional Communications and Events

  • Develop and post compelling digital content and communication from concept to delivery across channels including video, web, social, blogs, mobile, digital ads, events etc. by collaborating with MUW departments and partners
  • Manage the MUW website including creation and maintenance of content with an eye for driving traffic to the site, building readership, and actively engaging donors and volunteers
  • Ensure that the website is easy for visitors to give, advocate or volunteer in support of our impact areas
  • Manage MUW’s social media and digital presence including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and coordinate posts with MUW staff members
  • Create and track e-newsletters, e-blasts, invitations and promotions
  • Support MUW events and the annual workplace campaigns through development of materials, video, collateral, indoor and outdoor signage, and infographics by working with United Way Worldwide graphic resources and supplementing with volunteer and vendor resources when necessary
  • Manage volunteers and vendors as needed to implement and achieve the goals outlined in the marketing plan

Measurement

  • Set goals and establish effective measurement tools to monitor the success of marketing and communications activities; modify activities as needed to achieve goals

Acquire and Utilize Knowledge

  • Update skills regularly to enhance knowledge of community needs and resources
  • Maintain knowledge of current and evolving community fundraising, investment and outreach trends to support MUW’s mission
  • Acquire knowledge of United Way Worldwide system and use to further local work
  • Maintain a support system of leaders across the region, state, and the UWW system

Management

  • Supervise interns, volunteers, and vendors related to marketing communications work
  • Responsible for accurate and timely completion and/or approval of organizational documents, including but not limited to departmental work plans, professional development plans, goals and objectives, timesheets, expense and travel reimbursements

Competencies

The Marketing Specialist must model the competencies expected of all MUW staff:

  • Mission Focused. Employee’s top priority is to create real social change that leads to better lives and overall community well-being. This drives employee performance and professional motivations.
  • Relationship Oriented. Employee understands that people come before process and is astute in cultivating and managing relationships toward a common goal.
  • Employee understands the roles and contributions of all sectors of the community and can mobilize resources (financial and human) through meaningful engagement.
  • Results Driven. Employee is dedicated to shared and measurable goals for the common good; creating, resourcing, scaling, and leveraging strategies and innovations for broad investment and impact.
  • Brand Steward. Employee is a steward of the brand and understands his/her role in growing and protecting the reputation and results of the greater network.
  • Role Model. Employee is a role model for shared leadership and advocates for collective impact principles and processes.

Values

The Marketing Specialist must model and support the values of the organization:

  • Commitment to Community Success. Make a positive difference and have a measurable impact of enduring consequence.
  • Co-leadership. Empower others and act as a catalyst for promoting positive change in our community.
  • Aspire to involve every segment of the community in every aspect of work.
  • Integrity and Accountability. Act with integrity that justifies trust.
  • Value innovation in community building to affect positive change.

Experience and qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree with major course work in journalism, public relations or marketing or 3-5 years of related experience
  • Advanced writing skills across digital and print media, with a keen ability to translate big-picture goals into captivating stories
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook
  • Substantial experience with the use of major social media and digital outlets
  • Website updating experience using content management systems
  • Experience using image, audio and video editing software
  • Graphic design expertise with Adobe Creative Suite is a plus
  • Photography skills are a plus
  • Excellent organization, project management, and time-budgeting skills to manage multiple, deadline-sensitive projects with ease and attention to detail
  • Project management and supervisory experience
  • Results driven, innovative, passionate and committed to the mission of MUW
  • Ability to recruit, manage, develop and motivate volunteers and vendors
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment

Please submit cover letter, resume, and three references to Liz LaRose at careers@muw.org. No phone calls, please.

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Communications & Marketing Administration – NH Dept of Natural & Cultural Resources

Position Title: COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING ADMINISTRATOR #18155

Job Description:
Department of Natural & Cultural Resources
Division of Parks & Recreation
172 Pembroke Road, Concord, NH 03301

Communications and Marketing Administrator
Labor Grade 27
Position # 18155

Transcripts required

The State of New Hampshire, Department of Natural and Cultural Resources has a full-time Communications and Marketing Administrator position available effective immediately. Information about the position can be found at the following link, COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING ADMINISTRATOR #18155

Summary:
Administers a comprehensive strategic marketing and communications program for the Division of Parks and Recreation.

Responsibilities:
Develops and executes the Division’s Public Relations strategy including writing/editing press releases, op-eds, blogs, newsletters, presentations and website content. Ensures timeliness, usefulness, and accuracy of content.
Oversees development and execution of the division’s content management strategy and strategic social media program to promote, engage, and grow the division’s presence.

Serves as the Division’s primary media spokesperson and advises the Commissioner, Division Director, and others on media interactions and crisis management. Responds to media queries to provide timely, accurate, and consistent information to the press.

Cultivates, manages, and maintains relationships and supports Director and Commissioner with both traditional and emerging external stakeholders including media, bloggers & industry influencers, volunteers, and strategic partners, creating visibility and buzz for NH State Parks, Bureau of Historic Sites, Bureau of Trails, and State Park Plate program, while building and protecting reputation and awareness.

Develops the division’s content management strategy to promote, engage, and grow the division’s owned channels, while continually reviewing and recommending areas for adjustments.

Develops and oversees Division marketing budget. Manages external marketing and digital vendors to develop programs in-line with the State’s tourism marketing strategy and brand.

Coordinates marketing programs with the Division of Travel and Tourism Development, Cannon Mountain, and various bureaus within the Division.

Supervises the Digital Marketing Manager and others as assigned. Recommends hiring and firing. Develops and executes media training for assigned and other appropriate staff.

Researches, develops, and evaluates programs and products that will promote and enhance the visitor experience and increase revenue at or in NH State Parks, Historic Sites, and/or Trails. Analyzes, evaluates, and provides annual performance reports relative to the Division’s marketing, communications, social media programs to ensure that they continue to meet the Division’s mission.

Represents the Division at conferences, trade shows, committees, meetings, and presentations and responds to requests from general public, businesses, communities, and other state agencies.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Master’s degree from a recognized college or university with major study in marketing, communications, social media or digital marketing, business administration or related field.

Experience: Five years’ experience in promotion, digital communications, hospitality industry, tourism, journalism, public relations or marketing, three years of which must have been in a management level position involving administrative or supervisory duties concerned with program administration, program planning and evaluation, business management or related management experience.
or
Education: Bachelor’s degree from a recognized college or university with major study in marketing, communications, social media or digital marketing, business administration or related field.
Experience: Six years’ experience in promotion, digital communications, hospitality industry, tourism, journalism, public relations or marketing, three years of which must have been in a management level position involving administrative or supervisory duties concerned with program administration, program planning and evaluation, business management or related management experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must have excellent writing, communication and creative skills; good knowledge of public relations, marketing and social media; and good organizational and time management skills. In addition, must have experience in developing and managing budgets. Must able to flex schedule to work nights and weekends, if required.

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists the essential functions of the position and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to the position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.

Employees may be required to pay an agency/union fee.Agency conditions of employment for classified positions: Selected candidates subject to criminal background check, and if required to drive as part of the position responsibilities, candidate must provide a current Division of Motor Vehicle record post offer.

Prior to applying, please be sure that you have completed your profile including your complete employment history, education history, credentials and contact information. Please bear in mind that your education and experience must be relevant to the specific position for which you are submitting an application. You are encouraged to provide a copy of your current resume, but resumes will not be accepted in place of a fully completed application for employment.

All paper applications must be sent to the above address.

Questions regarding this position can be directed to Amy Bassett at 603-271-2665 ext. 694

In order to receive credit for post-secondary education, a copy of official transcripts with a seal and/or a signature MUST be included with this application. If copies of have been requested, please reference this and have them forwarded to Linda McFarland, Human Resources Administrator at the above address or to jobapps@dncr.nh.gov.

EOE

TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964

Johanna Lyons
State Park Planning and Development Specialist
Division of Parks and Recreation
172 Pembroke Road
Concord, NH 03301
603.271.3556

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Public Relations Analyst

Strategic Communications, LLC is seeking a freelance / independent contractor dedicated to news and social media monitoring, research, measurement, analysis, and reporting.

Analyst will be responsible for:

  • Daily news and social media monitoring (using public relations monitoring software)
  • Daily news and social media activity reports (using public relations monitoring software)
  • Contact with client to determine monthly impact of PR efforts on client’s business (e.g. sales)
  • Compilation of all data, and design of monthly/quarterly/annual reports (varies by client)

This individual will track and measure the following data for client reports:

  • Output (news releases, media pitches, etc.)
  • Outcomes (news stories, social media posts/shares, etc.)
  • Web traffic (Google analytics)
  • ROI (impact on client’s business)

Requirements:

  • Mid-Level experience (minimum 3 years) in Public Relations reporting and analysis
  • Report design experience (portfolio/sample work required)
  • Public Relations software experience (Cision, Meltwater, or similar)
  • Thorough understanding of business ROI

While Strategic Communications, LLC is based in Syracuse, NY, the Analyst is not required to reside in the Syracuse area.

For more information, contact Crystal DeStefano.

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Director of Academic Communications – SNHU

Southern New Hampshire University’s College of Online and Continuing Education (COCE) is currently seeking a Director of Academic Communications to promote internal culture through communication and training while growing COCE Academics’ thought leadership presence and reputation for academic quality internally and externally.

Essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:

  • Aggressively promote internal culture through communication and training, while growing thought leadership presence externally
  • Design, pilot and implement a methodology to assess the effectiveness of academic communication and training
  • Consult on and/or lead the design, development and implementation of communication plans for selected strategic academic initiatives
  • Build Academics’ reputation for quality internally and externally via an internal NEASC preparation campaign, academic blogs, Academic Spotlights, pursuit of a national award, sharing academic achievements and other activities TBD
  • Provide expertise and guidance in developing and executing strategic communication plans and tactics for COCE Academics initiatives
  • Maintain brand consistency with message and voice
  • Manage a small team
  • Assist with the development of COCE-wide communications as needed
  • Produce accurate, high-quality communications within tight deadlines
  • Incorporate the university’s look, feel and brand in all publications
  • Maintain currency with evolving communication strategies and tools

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, English or a related field

Experience with social media and digital publishing, editorial services and crisis communications required

3 to 5 years of relevant experience

Preferred Qualifications:

Master’s preferred; experience in higher education is desirable but not required

Prior management or leadership experience.

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Public Information Officer – City of Concord

WE ARE HIRING! Public Information Officer

The award-winning City of Concord, New Hampshire is seeking a high-energy individual to be the voice of our community as its first-ever Public Information Officer (PIO). As the State Capital of New Hampshire, the City of Concord is a vibrant community located an hour from Boston with a thriving downtown, great outdoor recreational opportunities, and an outstanding quality of life. Interested candidates should have excellent writing and presentation skills, the ability to plan strategically, proficiency with all types of social media, and be able to work with people from all backgrounds. This person will be on the forefront in implementing the use of new and effective social media platforms as they emerge. The PIO will interact with all City departments, City Council and will report directly to the City Manager.

Candidates should have a BA in Communications, Public or Media Relations, Journalism or related concentration and four years’ experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities required for the job.

Salary range is between $51,064 to $73,965.

Medical benefits start the first of the month after 30 days and deductibles are as low as $250 per person with the employee paying as little as 10% of the premium.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY, GO TO: https://goo.gl/UJjo1C.

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