Help abused and neglected children in the court system. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire seeks a Director of Communications.
CASA of NH is seeking a self-directed, seasoned and passionate Director of Communications for their team to manage both internal and external communications. Our goal is to provide an advocate for 100% of the children who need advocates within the State of New Hampshire. The Director of Communications is responsible for supporting this goal by maximizing awareness, advancing volunteer recruitment, and maximizing donor support for CASA. This position requires creativity, maturity and drive in addition to proven functional expertise. The ideal candidate will possess excellent organizational, written and verbal communications skills.
The Director of Communications will be a member of the Senior Management Team, will report directly to the President and CEO, and will work closely with the Management Team to develop specific plans supporting CASA’s strategic priorities. This role will be responsible for creating and maintaining the Communications Plan and managing committees and individuals who are involved in the Plan deliverables.
- 3-5 years proven history in the field of marketing & communications
- Proficiency with Adobe design products required
- Media relations, including both proactive and reactive communications
- Web maintenance and familiarity with html code
- Social Media oversight , planning and implementation
- Support in developing donor solicitation materials
- Facilitation and promotion of community events
- Speaking engagements, developing a speakers bureau
- Project support for CASA events
- Electronic newsletter writing and distribution
- Communications Calendar management
- Data management related to contact with media and key influencers
- Interns and volunteer supervision and coordination
About CASA of NH
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children in the New Hampshire court system. As part of National CASA (NCASAA), we envision a world in which all children are safe, nurtured and living in permanent homes. Statewide, more than 400 CASA volunteers are currently working toward the best interests of over 1,000 children.