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Digital Communications Coordinator

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We have a wonderful opportunity at a Seattle based non profit. This position to start is purely contract, part time (20 hours/week), for about 2 months. This is to help out while they search for a permanent person. This person could also be considered for the permanent hire (FTE role is 40 hours a week, around $40K).

Department: Public Relations
Reports To: Communications Manager

Job Summary
The Digital Communications Coordinator is responsible for the implementation and management of social media efforts. The coordinator is responsible for providing regular maintenance and updates the company's website to keep content current and along with writing and photography for the company's blog and internal communications.



Essential Functions
Manage Social Media Presence:
Create and/or maintain social media presences. Coordinate web outreach and events; perform both online and on-site facilitation.
Implement and maintain a comprehensive listening program.
Facilitate stakeholder usage of online tools and monitor contributors to all the company's websites and digital presences.

Manage the Website:
Develop content and post regular website updates, which may include some design work.
Manage the collection of all content and coordinate editing of text content to all sections of our site.
Maintain systems for site content organization and archiving.
Report on analytics and evaluate statistics related to usage. Conduct research for continual improvement and implementation of digital communications best practices.
Keep website site functioning optimally. Troubleshoot and address web site issues as needed. Manage external developers when necessary.
Develop and implement a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) plan.
Coordinate project level work on implementation of the company's website redevelopment.

General:
Monitor industry trends and provide analysis and improvements for online presences.
Contribute to and implement content strategy for all digital presences
Provide graphic design support for web communications.
Work interdepartmentally to retrieve information and source content, as needed, providing contributor tools and/guidelines as necessary.
Learn any new tools and technology assigned to the department.
Liaison for online service vendors.
Develop and/or follow systems for assuring accuracy of published materials, including correct spelling and grammar.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Job Requirements
Education & Experience: B.A. in Marketing, Communications or equivalent work experience in digital communications and minimum 1 year experience.
Specific Skills/Knowledge/Licenses: Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, Dreamweaver, PC Platforms, and HTML. Graphic design experience preferred. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are required. Accuracy and strong attention to detail. Must be able to work independently and collaboratively, prioritize tasks and have a pro-active approach to task completion. Ability to work in a busy, fast-paced office environment. Experience effectively using social media and online communication tools.

Essential Mental/Sensory Abilities:
Organizational skills
Time management
Interpreting data
Problem Solving
Communicating with the public
Creating written communication

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