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The Greater Salina Community Foundation is seeking a full-time marketing & communications coordinator for GSCF and its affiliates. GSCF provides a family-friendly environment and an opportunity to meaningfully impact our community, along with a competitive salary, PTO, health insurance and an excellent retirement package. See below for complete job descriptions and application instructions.


Post Date: May 17, 2019

Job Title: Marketing & Communications Coordinator
Responsible to: Director of Marketing & Communications
Status: Full-time
Purpose: Assists with day-to-day marketing and communications efforts by creating, managing and distributing content for GSCF and its regional affiliates.

I. Specific Responsibilities:

  • Content Creation:
    • Write and distribute press releases promoting open grant cycles and recipients
    • Write and edit grant impact stories for a variety of platforms, including social media, website, print newsletter and annual reports
  • Content Management:
    • Maintain detailed content library of grant impact stories and photos
    • Maintain digital and print media archive for GSCF and 14 affiliates
  • Content Distribution:
    • Produce quarterly community grants reports for boards
    • Assist with planning and creation of annual reports
    • Assist with planning and creation of social media content
    • Maintain a consistent, growing social media presence for 14 affiliates; develop and provide regular insights for each page
    • Perform routine maintenance and content updates for 14 affiliate websites; develop and provide regular analytics dashboard for each site
  • Other:
    • Assist with planning and coordination of Match Madness
    • Misc. special projects for affiliates as requested (i.e. design flyers, postcards, graphics)

II. Required Skills & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing or communications field
  • Strong writing skills for both print and digital platforms
  • Firm grasp of social media platforms and best practices
  • Experience updating websites and graphic design
  • Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Microsoft Office
  • Self-motivated, excellent organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines in a fast-paced setting
  • Collaborative, creative thinker who can follow processes and adapt to change as needed
  • Ability to manage several projects simultaneously and work both under supervision and independently
  • Enthusiasm for the mission of the Greater Salina Community Foundation and the donors, nonprofits and affiliates we serve.

III. Preferred Skills & Experience:

  • Related experience in marketing or communications is a plus
  • Basic video-editing skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of Google Analytics and Facebook Insights

To Apply:

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, 3-4 writing and design samples, and 3 references via email to: ritanorthup@gscf.org

Benefits include a competitive hourly wage, PTO, health insurance, and an excellent retirement package.


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