COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

 

The National Council of Teachers of English, a vibrant and growing association that supports the teaching and learning of English and language arts across the preK– college spectrum, seeks a dynamic new team member to join NCTE in a Communications Manager position.

 

This position plays a vital role connecting the literacy community, and our members within it, to the wealth of resources and opportunities NCTE makes possible throughout the year. From promoting upcoming programs to managing the Council’s proprietary community, to highlighting tools teachers can use in the classroom, to celebrating award winners, the Communications Manager effectively shares NCTE’s work so that customers can engage with what we have to offer and interest from the wider public grows.

 

Additional responsiblities include: developing and executing a range of external communications for NCTE, including content creation and engagement on a variety of social media platforms. The work entails social media management, webpage design and updating, development of the Council’s proprietary community, and email marketing and general communications. The position will work closely with the Communications Director and others to ensure all NCTE events and resources are shared in a timely and professional manner and that through these efforts the NCTE community continues to grow and see value in the content the Council creates and shares. Additional responsibilities will include gathering data to inform decision making around current and future communications initiatives and participating in live events to document them via social media and support programming where needed.

 

The qualified individual will possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and 2 to 4 years of documented successful relevant work experience. We are seeking applicants who thrive in a fast-paced, independent work environment. Experience with multiple social media platforms, WordPress website content management systems, email marketing tools, and basic graphic design software also required.

 

Prior experience in nonprofit communications and/or education-related communications is preferred.

 

NCTE offers a competitive salary and benefits package. As NCTE embraces a distributed workforce, this position may be located in any geographic area. Travel will be required between offices and NCTE’s field locations and meetings.

 

To receive consideration, please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@ncte.org.

 

NCTE values diversity and inclusivity in its workforce.

Visit our website: www.ncte.org

Application materials will be accepted through May 10, 2019.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE LIAISON

 

The National Council of Teachers of English, a vibrant and growing association that supports the teaching and learning of English and language arts across the preK– college spectrum, seeks a dynamic new team member to join NCTE in an Administrative Liaison position.

 

The position will be responsible for providing administrative support for specific NCTE groups, programs, and events.  This work entails close work with group leadership on day-to-day operations, membership growth planning, budget implementation, and virtual and face-to-face meetings. Position will work closely with NCTE staff leaders to identify and develop strategic direction, including facilitating group discussion and identifying issues of importance to members and prospective members. Additional responsibilities will include providing administrative support for events and meetings among affiliated groups, including but not limited to coordinating hotel/travel details, setting up meeting calls for proposals, managing speaker notifications, and onsite meeting execution.

 

The qualified individual will possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant work experience. Experience in event management and support, and proficiency with Association Management Software systems are also required.

 

Prior experience in supporting and growing membership and supporting academic groups and teachers is preferred.

 

NCTE offers a competitive salary and benefits package. As NCTE embraces a distributed workforce, this position may be located in any geographic area. Travel will be required between offices and NCTE’s field locations/meetings.

 

To receive consideration, please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@ncte.org.

 

NCTE values diversity and inclusivity in its workforce.

Visit our website: www.ncte.org

Application materials will be accepted through May 10, 2019.