Partnership for Maternal & Child Health of Northern New Jersey
July 2, 2018
Newark, New Jersey
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Coordinate external and internal communications to enhance organization’s fundraising efforts. Provide communications strategies to elevate the organization’s visibility, known for the quality and reliability of its programs. Seek opportunities to network with community leaders, current and potential donors, and other individuals of influence for the purpose of raising the organization’s visibility as an active leader in the MCH community.
Donor Database Development: assist in establishing data processes and strategies for data quality control, establish a metrics and reporting system that aligns with the goals outlined in the development strategic plan. Provide data entry and ongoing maintenance of donor database. Manage and track incoming donations, input gifts into the database, generate reports, and produce stewardship acknowledgement letters in a timely manner.
Marketing Collateral: assist with the creation of fundraising and other marketing materials including printed brochures, email campaigns and push pages, annual reports, press releases, flyers, invitations, etc. Develop copy, secure photos, and coordinate data and other content as needed. Capture meaningful client stories that illustrate the success of the organization’s programs on social media.
Brand Ambassador: identify opportunities for the Partnership to increase the visibility of its brand. Train and coach Partnership staff and stakeholders to be effective brand ambassadors. Engage staff regularly to generate compelling content for the website, social media, and print.
Website Management: maintain the Partnership’s website by ensuring that new and accurate information is posted on a regular basis.
Social Media: generate a culture of engagement across all social media platforms between the organization and its stakeholders, including board members, general members, clinicians, and the community. Track campaign effectiveness and goals.
Events: attend Partnership events to secure communications content, including photography and videography. Support the planning and execution of fundraising events, with a focus on messaging, branding, and overall marketing.
Handle other duties as requested.
DESIRED EDUCATION AND SKILLS:
Bachelor's degree in public affairs, communications or relevant field
Minimum 3-5 years of public affairs, development, or communications experience
Expertise in all aspects of communications practices and social media
Highly collaborative style; relationship-builder with excellent interpersonal skills
Exceptional copywriting, editing and photography skills
Outstanding organizational and planning abilities; detail-oriented
Enthusiastic, positive attitude
Experience with content production
Advanced proficiency in MS Office Suite, particularly Excel
Knowledge of public health, preferred
Experience in graphic and/or web design, preferred
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to:
Director of Advancement
Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey
50 Park Place, Suite 700
Newark, NJ 07102
Submissions without a cover letter and/or salary requirement will not be considered. We thank you for your interest in working for The Partnership. Once submitted, your résumé will be reviewed, and if your background fits our needs, someone from our office will contact you for an interview.
Internal Number: CORE
About Partnership for Maternal & Child Health of Northern New Jersey
Support maternal child health, fight to eliminate disparities, and work to improve healthcare in northern New Jersey! This position is a unique opportunity to join a diverse and growing organization with a broad array of programs that serve women, children, and families.
The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey is a nonprofit organization, celebrating 25+ years in the maternal/child health field. We employ approximately 130 talented staff members at 5 locations in northern New Jersey. We are a licensed maternal child health consortium and the largest provider of evidence-based home visitation in New Jersey. We have 25 member hospitals and have been steadily growing since the organization’s inception.
The Partnership offers an extremely diverse workforce and has a strong organizational commitment to eliminating disparities in health outcomes. We employ doctors, nurses, public health experts, social workers, community health workers, and generally passionate people committed to making a difference.
The Partnership offers competitive compensation, opportunities for career growth, and a generous PTO and benefits package. In addition, the organizat...ion offers flexible schedule and telecommuting benefits for qualified employees after one year of service.