Marketing and Development Coordinator Job Announcement


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Marketing and Development Coordinator Job Announcement

Accepting Resumes through: Dec 15th 2019

To apply: Please submit resume PDF along with answers to the following questions in a separate PDF (in lieu of cover letter) to stephanie@pearmentor.org. No phone calls. 

  • How will you utilize p:ear's equity statement to inform your work as the Marketing and Development Coordinator? (see bottom of posting)
  • Tell us about a specific time where you managed a marketing strategy or initiative from end to end. Including but not limited to ideation, content creation and analytics for social, emailing, and e-newsletters. Was it successful? What made it so?

ABOUT P:EAR

p:ear builds positive relationships with homeless and transitional youth through education, art and recreation to affirm personal worth and create more meaningful and healthier lives.

At p:ear, our work starts with the realities of today. It ends when young people find and embrace tomorrow. Our beauty—our core-essence—is in everything in between. It’s in the kids, their daily experiences, their struggles, and triumphs. It’s in their journey. We believe every homeless youth has a vibrant future.

p:ear respects and celebrates the diversity, creativity and strength of our community. Equity and inclusion are a priority across all parts of our organization. We are committed to using our time and resources to help identify and eliminate disparities based on identity and to promote equitable access to our programs so we can all live in the world we want for our young people.

Learn more about p:ear’s work and youth here.

 

POSITION TITLE: Development and Marketing Coordinator

FTE POSITION: 32 – 40 hours. Requires occasional evenings and weekends

COMPENSATION: $60,000 (40 hours / week). Benefits include generous paid vacation, health, dental, 2% simple IRA match, short-term disability

REPORTS TO: p:ear’s Development Director

POSITION DESCRIPTION

As a central member of the p:ear team, the Marketing and Development Coordinator helps make p:ear’s work possible by:

  • Continually building and strengthening the community that surrounds p:ear by inspiring and maintaining a pipeline of new and current supporters through fundraising, donor relations and marketing efforts.
  • Utilizing owned, earned, and paid channels to ensure that donors feel connected to the culture and sense of community that is so tangibly present within its walls.
  • Elevating and promoting p:ear’s unique and distinctive programs, events and social enterprise businesses to continually grow their base of support
  • Acknowledging and celebrating p:ear youth and supporters

     

    REQUIRED VALUES / COMPENTENCIES

    • Committed to personal growth
    • Must be a positive and strong role model, have a collaborative, team-oriented work style, and strong strategic and problem-solving skills
    • Must be committed to non-violence and compassionate responses
    • Must have awareness of one’s own identity, an understanding of differences, and an excitement about building relationships cross-culturally
    • Commitment to advancing equity and inclusion and creating and maintaining a diverse environment
    • Ability to learn and build on the varying cultural and community norms of p:ear youth and the p:ear donor community
  • ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Must have a minimum combination of 4 years experience or demonstrated ability in the following:

    • Grant writing
    • Website Creation and Management
    • Prospect and Donor research, cultivation and tracking
    • Event Planning
    • Managing and implementing social media campaigns, including content creation

     

    Marketing

    o Create and implement an annual marketing plan with an active daily/weekly/monthly marketing calendar.

    o Create and send out on all relevant media channels all website, social, email and print content.

    o Oversee new branding and marketing for p:ear’s Job Training Programs

    o Maintain current organizational system of p:ear’s brand assets including logos, graphic files, and photography.

    o Write and distribute press releases to traditional and non-traditional media outlets and be the main point of contact for media inquiries.

    o Track and report on social and digital engagement and continually calibrate marketing approach.

    o Oversee communication pieces and marketing graphics for all events and campaigns

    o Oversee creation of new website

     

    Development

    o Grant Management: strategize, write and track grants, as well as maintain funder relations

    o Donor and Prospect Research and Management: With Development Director, cultivate and maintain all funding sources, with specific responsibility for monthly and mid-level donors.

    o Manage Business Donors and Event Sponsorso Support Development Director with Event and Fundraising Campaigns

     

    Work Environment

    This job operates in an often chaotic, loud environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.

    Physical Demands

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to remain in a stationary position & ascend and descend stairs; regularly communicate with donors, youth, staff and community members; and operate a computer and other office productivity machinery.

    Travel

    No travel expected for this position.

    AAP/EEO Statement

    It is the policy of p:ear to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, p:ear will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Other Duties

    Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

    p:ear Equity Statement

    At p:ear, we respect and celebrate the diversity, creativity, and strength of our community. To foster individuality and truly give space to the value that each person brings — from the youth we serve daily to our staff, board, and volunteers — we must continuously work at creating an environment that is equitable and inclusive.

    Our organization was built on a foundation of compassion and love, but we know we must confront the systems of oppression that are embedded throughout our community and ingrained in ourselves. This means seeing and understanding systems of oppression in our everyday lives.

    Ongoing work toward building an equitable and inclusive organization is a priority at p:ear. We are committed to examining our weaknesses as well as our privileges, and to examining the institutional and individual behaviors and attitudes that may perpetuate the very inequities we wish to change.

    We are committed to creating a culture of inclusion, self-reflection, and personal growth. We are committed to using our time and resources — including our social capital — to combat these systems of oppression and create more opportunity. This means applying an equity lens to our decision-making processes, using our Equity Plan as an ongoing organizational guide, and updating that plan as we continue to learn and grow. This work will create more opportunities for individuals to thrive — from the youth we serve to our staff, board, and volunteers.