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28 - Communication Specialist

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Were you an English major, or an art history major who recently graduated and are now thinking, what am I suppose to do with an English degree? This is a great opportunity for any fresh grads looking to get their feet wet and some real world experience. A fantastic non-profit in Washington, DC is seeking a communications Specialist to join their awesome team. Strong candidates will have the ability to write, edit and proof content as well as juggle multiple requests at a time. The organization is located right near Farragut North, so if your looking for a sweet location and opportunity to gain some actual experience than reach out today to learn more!

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Writes, edits, and proofreads creative and technical material for publications, papers, reports, websites, fact sheets, talking points, news articles, media templates, etc.

  • Conducts research and interviews subject matter experts-written materials including, but not limited to, newsletters and e-newsletters.

  • Acts as editor of organization blog; develops story ideas and assigns to staff; solicits guest authors; manages editorial calendar; edits articles and blog posts; manages back-end blog posting.

  • Acts as staff lead for Risk Communication and Information Sharing workgroup; coordinates meeting logistics; develops monthly agenda items; guides yearly workplan development; participates in development of deliverable items.

  • Assists in developing written materials for members and volunteers serving as media spokespeople.

  • Develops and enforces adherence with publication schedules and style guides.

  • Conducts internal and external communications research to inform and update team’s strategic communications plan.
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