Outreach & Marketing Manager, -Massachusetts
Organization: Massachusetts Watershed Coalition
Position Title: Outreach and Marketing Manager.
Hours & Compensation: Not listed
Application Deadline: Not listed
Position Description: Outreach & Marketing Manager
MA Watershed Coalition (MWC) seeks manager to build network of people who can help communities prevent and reduce polluted runoff. Manager will work with MWC Executive Director to deliver storm water guidance and assistance for target audiences including:
– municipal conservation, public works and community development departments
– local and regional stormwater committees
– lakes & ponds associations
– watershed organizations
– angler & sports groups
– local businesses & business organizations
Manager will also work with MWC Board & Executive Director to market MWC membership and to recruit business sponsors for community assistance projects.
Manager will utilize varied outreach techniques including:
– Internet websites
– Facebook & related social media
– electronic newsletters & blogs
– newspapers, cable television & radio
– stormwater conferences, workshops & special events
Proficient in community outreach and membership development. Education/training in environmental management and water protection. Self-starter with excellent communications and computer skills. Experience with applying for corporate and foundation grants a plus.
Manager will be independent contractor – 100 hours/month, flexible schedule, no benefits. Manager can work from home (or other location) using internet and telephone to coordinate their activities with MWC staff, Board and volunteers. One-year agreement with potential for longer-term position.
Email cover letter & resume to Ed Himlan, Executive Director, email@example.com
This posting is open until filled or cancelled.
Massachusetts Watershed Coalition is a non-profit organization that helps communities to protect and renew the health of streams, lakes and water supplies. MWC partners with grassroots groups, towns, state and federal agencies to spur direct actions by diverse interests. Our programs focus on low-impact design, stormwater and sustainable watersheds. For more information, visit www.commonwaters.org