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The NAE Communications Manager is a part-time position. The Communications Manager works collaboratively with all NAE staff to fulfill our mission to honor God by connecting and representing evangelical Christians in the United States.
The Communications Manager coordinates the communication and outreach efforts of the National Association of Evangelicals. The Communications Manager works with the Communications Director to creatively implement a communication strategy that inspires and equips our membership and the broader evangelical community.
Personal faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
Agreement to and affirmation of the NAE Statement of Faith (available at net)
Member of the National Association of Evangelicals
Regular attendance at an evangelical church and familiarity with the evangelical community
Proficient in use of Microsoft applications
Experience with Adobe Creative Suite preferred
Strong writer and content developer
Ability to quickly learn new technology and communication platforms
Attention to detail
Organizational and interpersonal skills
Willingness to work as part of a team and flexibility to adjust to needs of a small office
Capability and experience to fulfill responsibilities listed below
Engages in high-level vision and communication planning meetings
Brainstorms marketing and implementation strategies for NAE projects and campaigns
Serves as the assistant editor of Evangelicals magazine
Helps manage and draft content for NAE publications, websites and social media accounts
Coordinates production of NAE podcasts, webinars and other communication programs
Drafts press releases, arranges press interviews and monitors press hits
Designs email content and maintains the NAE email database
Supports staff with content development, visual identity and graphic style standards
Collaborates with contract communication team members, including graphic designers, web developers, media consultants and printers
The Communications Manager reports to the Communications Director
The Communications Manager coordinates with other NAE staff
The NAE is based in Washington, D.C., but remote work opportunities may be considered. Interested individuals should send a resume, cover letter and references to Search@NAE.net.