If you’re a PR pro with a big heart, here’s a great gig for you. The Stuart Foundation, which is dedicated to the protection, education and development of children, is hiring a director of communications and public affairs to create and implement strategies for the non-profit.
Your primary focus will be to leverage the foundation’s research and other projects to help inform and influence decision makers in government, media and philanthropy. You’ll develop strategic communications and public affairs plans while carrying out brand strategies, including Stuart Report news alerts, Stuart Seminars, and overall messages.
To be considered, you’ll need at least eight years of public relations, marketing, government relations or communications experience, plus top-notch writing and editing skills. A sharp news sense and experience with traditional and new media is key. Naturally, you should have strong networking skills, but familiarity with philanthropy, education and child welfare issues is a major plus. Interested? Apply here.
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