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Corporate Communications Writer

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Our client, an independent nonprofit organization is looking for a Corporate Communication Writer to join their Executive Office. The position, within the Writing Team (WT), would support the WT manager and officer in the production of high-quality written materials for the president and CEO, as well as the research required for drafts or other projects as assigned.

The ideal Communications Writer candidate will:
• Possess a strong orientation to detail while also having the ability to see the larger picture
• Possess strong written communication and organizational skills, as well as have a demonstrated track record of working on tight deadlines in a fast-paced, highly responsive environment
• Draft correspondence on behalf of senior leaders (candidates from Capitol Hill would be a good)
• Draft emails and letters to a range of internal and external audiences, including donors, other partners and prospective partners, grantees, civic leaders, members of the philanthropic community, and non-profit leaders mostly consisting of RSVPs, referrals, and thank you notes
• Take on writing assignments, research, and other special projects, as assigned. Activities include researching, analyzing, and synthesizing information from multiple sources in order to produce documents for organization’s president.
• Support the quality and efficient workflow of a high volume of written materials for the president by organizing and tracking incoming assignments, following up on outstanding items as appropriate, and ensuring the timely filing and archiving of final products.

Required Skills:
• Bachelor's degree in English, Communications, Writing, or a related field
• Strong writing skills, including the ability to quickly adapt to another’s voice
• Basic research skills. The position will research materials for his/her drafts, including previous correspondence, related relationships, confirming factual or technical details, etc.
• Detail-oriented. This includes the ability to proofread and copyedit effectively, and to follow EO processes for the drafting, tracking, and submission of work
• Sound judgment - this individual will, by necessity, have access to some of the CEO’s contacts, etc. (on an extremely limited basis), and they will also need to be able to exercise good decision-making skills in a fast-paced environment
• Possesses maturity and confidentiality; understands and respects the sensitive nature of information and manages this responsibly with great care so that situations are handled discretely, effectively, and efficiently

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