The position of Assistant Director for the Church in the 21st Century Center is an opportunity to share responsibility and personally engage in the mission of the Center to be a catalyst and resource for the renewal of the Church. As a key member of the Church in the 21st Century Center team, the Assistant Director contributes to the development of and executes the overall marketing and promotions strategy for the Center and its resources.
The Assistant Director's responsibilities include the design/branding of the Center's communication materials and collateral, both print and online. The Assistant Director is also responsible for executing the Center's programming and events as well as for office and budget administration. These responsibilities require fast-paced and yet sound decision-making.
The Assistant Director should have one to three years of experience in marketing, public relations or communications and demonstrated graphic design/production, copy editing, website design/maintenance, social media and event management skills. A preference will be given to candidates with a theological/pastoral background and a vision to break new ground and enhance the Center's outreach and service to the life of the Church.
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