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Communications Associate, Center on Poverty and Inequality - Georgetown University Law Center
The Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality's Initiative on Gender Justice & Opportunity is rapidly expanding its project portfolio and funding goals. With the growing work of the Initiative, a Communications Associate is needed to play necessary role in contributing to the Initiative's strategic development, marketing, and communications activities. S/he will assume duties that include but are not limited to:
Develop and implement strategies and marketing campaigns for the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality's Initiative on Gender Justice & Opportunity in partnership with the Director of Administration and Executive Director of the Center.
Coordinate with the Director of Administration and Executive Director of the Center to develop overall branding, media, & marketing strategy for Initiative on Gender Justice and Opportunity's digital platforms.
Draft an internal strategy for systematic communications and a marketing approach for the Initiative in order for staff to implement and sustain the developed branding, media, and marketing strategy.
Marketing & Communications:
Assess, measure, and report the impact of various communications initiatives and provide recommendations for new strategies across channels.
Create communications materials for the Initiative, in collaboration with the Director of Administration: quarterly newsletters, quarterly email blasts, promotional materials (as-needed), and weekly social media content.
Coordinate with the Director of Administration to develop and implement project-related press and communications campaigns, which take place once or twice annually.
Draft press materials, including press releases and press kits relating, for the occasional campaign or launch event.
Collect metrics to measure reach of Initiative's press campaigns, in coordination with the law center's Communications Department, and develop strategy accordingly.
3-5 years of experience working in communications
Strong proficiency in WordPress, Google Analytics, PowerPoint, Twitter, Facebook, lnstagram, Linked In, and YouTube
Outstanding project management and organizational skills
Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
Outstanding interpersonal abilities and a poised, professional demeanor
Critical ability to multi-task, prioritize, and execute
Must be able to appreciate, embrace and advance diversity and have experience working with multicultural populations
Master's degree in related field
Demonstrated commitment to supporting low-income women and girls and women and girls of color
Experience working on domestic girls' issues and/or youth issues in education and juvenile justice systems
Experience working with paid promotions, including Google and Facebook advertisements
Working knowledge of Photoshop/Adobe Suite, lnDesign, or Illustrator
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