The Council for Interior Design Qualification (CIDQ) seeks a highly motivated Marketing and Communications Manager with a passion for content creation.
The ideal candidate must be self-motivated, collaborative, and enthusiastic; and have a minimum of 2-5 years of relevant experience, preferably in a non-profit or association environment, along with relevant academic experience and/or training. Candidate must be able to work in a dynamic, open-office environment. Candidate must be capable of taking immediate ownership of tasks from assignment through completion, working independently with minimal supervision or in a collaboration with others, as needed.
The position requires strong writing, project management, and interpersonal skills as well sound judgment, reliability, and flexibility.
Drafting, editing, and posting email blasts and social media items, in collaboration with internal and external subject matter experts;
Delivering accurate and timely messages to key audiences, adjusting content as needed;
Measuring the efficacy of content and content delivery relative to marketing and communications objectives;
Updating product and service related documents and online copy;
Compiling and editing decks and scripts for presentations;
Assisting with deliverables and reports;
Drafting press releases, letters to the editor, and fact sheets;
Press outreach and media monitoring;
Ability to deliver/recognize appropriate graphic design;
Delivering excellence and accuracy in customer service;
Assist other departments/staff as needed, especially during peak busy times.
This is a full-time, in-office (near Metro’s King Street Station) position. To be considered for an interview, submit a single pdf containing a cover letter, salary requirements, resume, and links to marcomm work samples. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls or third party/placement agencies please.
The Council for Interior Design Qualification (CIDQ) is the premiere certifying organization for interior design professionals. From its office next to the King Street Metro in Old Town Alexandria, CIDQ’s six person staff, in coordination with volunteers and professional testing consultants, develops and administers the three-part NCIDQ Examination, which tests interior designers’ knowledge of core competencies required for professional practice in the industry. The NCIDQ examination is used as the standard for jurisdictional certification/registration/licensure across the U.S. and Canada.