Under the direction of the Executive Director the Communications Coordinator serves to provide information to the Congregation Bet Haverim (CBH) membership, to the public regarding community events, and to manage social media. This position is an at-will, non-exempt, regular position at 20 hours a week and initially pays $15/hr. This position does not supervise.
- Produce and post the weekly online newsletter on CBH website
- Production of e-blasts, including the use and management of Mailchimp
- Maintenance and enhancement of the CBH calendar and website www.bethaverim.org
- Coordinate with all staff on CBH social media
- Communication with other relevant organizations for posting CBH events
- Writing and distribution of press releases and other marketing and promotional notices for both congregational and committee events and activities; consultation with other staff, committees and volunteers about communications needs
- Other communications projects and initiatives, as needed (e.g., Design and production of congregational marketing materials, advertising, promotional flyers, forms and related materials.)
Candidates must be creative and have experience in writing, editing, and laying out newsletters. Candidates should minimally be proficient in using a variety of web platforms (including WordPress), Mailchimp, and Facebook. Candidates should possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, be highly organized, able to prioritize an evolving workload, and comfortable working with ongoing deadlines.
This position is in the office up to ten hours a week and can be home based up to the other 10 hours a week.
This position is to be filled as soon as possible. Interviews will be held on Monday, 12/2/19 through Friday, 12/6/19. Interested candidates, please submit your resume, cover letter, and clips of newsletters; and/or links to your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Congregation Bet Haverim community:
CBH is located in Davis, CA and is a vibrant Reform Jewish congregation of 270 families with an active youth program and a thriving Jewish preschool, with an enrollment capacity of 52 students, ages 2-5 years. No phone calls, please.